The Winnipeg Campus Communication Site will post information and resources of importance to the psychiatric nursing students in Winnipeg. This will include bulletins about potential job opportunities. The communication site will also facilitate rapid communication with students by year and with the student body as whole. Students will continue to use specific course Moodle sites for issues pertaining to specific courses.

Communication website for the Brandon Psychiatric Nursing Students

Communications website Saskatchewan Psychiatric Nursing Students

This site is designed to house forums to allow students to bring issues forward to the Department of Psychiatric Nursing Committees; Department, Curriculum and Program Advisory through the student representatives at both Campuses. The site will be moderated by Debra Dusome a faculty member at the Winnipeg Campus and Roberta Graham a faculty member at the Brandon Campus. Discussion forums will be moderated by the student representatives at each campus. The site may eventually house quick links to BUSU and BUHSSA.

It is expected that students will bring concerns and requests forward in a respectful and professional matter so they can be discussed at the respective Psychiatric Nursing Program Committees.

 

 

This website will assist the Clinical Placement Coordinators and Student Advisors in the Psychiatric Nursing program to ensure students have met all requirements in order to be placed on a clinical site within a health region. It includes the Personal Health Information Act tutorial/certificate, instructions to access WHMIS and other tutorials or requirements.

This website will assist the Clinical Placement Coordinators and Student Advisors in the Psychiatric Nursing program to ensure students have met all requirements in order to be placed on a clinical site within a health region. It includes the Personal Health Information Act tutorial/certificate, instructions to access WHMIS and other tutorials or requirements.

Communication between faculty members developing a research project