A message from our Dean:

Netha Dyck

Welcome to the College of Nursing website. It is a real honour and privilege to serve as your new Dean of the College of Nursing at the University of Manitoba. I look forward to meeting you and working together with you for an inspiring future in nursing.

This is a very exciting time for the College of Nursing as we are celebrating our 75th anniversary in 2018! It is with pride that we celebrate this significant milestone of 75 years of delivering quality nursing education, supporting student success, advancing research and scholarship and contributing to the delivery of quality health care in Manitoba and beyond. Stay tuned for more information and plan to join us for special 75th celebrations.

 

The College of Nursing offers a full range of educational programming including baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral programs to prepare you with the knowledge, practice competencies, critical reasoning, research and scholarship, and leadership practices required to prepare you as a competent and caring registered nurse and nurse practitioner.

Our inspiring learning environment integrates simulation, interprofessional education, indigenous knowledge and pedagogy, as well as blended learning models.
Our team of expert leaders, faculty and staff create an innovative learning environment that fosters personal and professional development, mentorship and collaborative partnerships.

As a member of the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, the College of Nursing is privileged to collaborate with the Max Rady College of Medicine and the Colleges of Pharmacy, Dentistry and Rehabilitation Sciences focusing on interdisciplinary models of care, interprofessional education and interdisciplinary research.

The profession of nursing offers a wonderful opportunity to make an invaluable contribution to patients, families and communities both locally and globally. Thank you for choosing us to launch your nursing education journey.


Sincerely,

Netha Dyck, RN, BN, MScA, EdD, CHE
Dean, College of Nursing
Rady Faculty of Health Sciences