The program broadens the learner’s understanding of nursing by encouraging them to coordinate with scholars from nursing as well as other departments and disciplines.
You’ll also gain the knowledge, values, attitudes and competencies reflecting the philosophy, nature and scope of nursing in northern rural and remote areas.
Research focus may include:
- Home care
- Palliative care
- Hospital units
- Research methodologies
Students in the MScN program will complete a thesis, which places emphasis on developing research abilities.
Courses are also offered online for easier access.
Students will gain a better understanding of the discipline of nursing and its relationship to the context of health care service delivery.
MScN - Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner (PHCNP)
Whether it be health promotion, prevention of diseases and injuries, cure, rehabilitation, and support services, you’ll have the right skill set for any challenge you face.
You’ll benefit from faculty with a variety of first-hand nursing experience and expertise, a state-of-the-art clinical learning lab, and a world-class library.
Dive into a profession that includes an exciting blend of science, mathematics, psychology, anthropology, organizational management and sociology.
Available to study full- or part-time, using a hybrid format of online and onsite seminars, and must be completed in 3 years.
Gain hands-on experience through invaluable clinical placements.
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