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Nursing at the University of Regina is built upon a culture of care, fairness, and inclusion. Whether you are entering directly from high school, are returning for a second degree, come to us to specialize and advance your nursing practice, or are beginning the research-intensive journey toward a PhD you will find an academic program with the flexibility to meet your educational goals.

Our curriculum and teaching practices merge scientific, theoretical and traditional knowledge side-by-side with applied practice. Nursing experts, at the University of Regina, have been advancing and delivering solutions to unsolvable challenges, shaping policy and practice, improving quality of care delivery, and engaging communities to promote health and well-being since our inception in 2010.

Nursing at the University of Regina is where lines between classroom and career begin to blur, where you’ll grow from a student into a leader, and where you’ll learn to make a difference for patients, their families, and communities – today, tomorrow and every other day as a clinician, scientist, and advocate. You will experience the real world of health care – and master it – firsthand. You are poised to make a powerful impact by lasting contributions to the health and well-being of your communities and beyond.

Go far,

Cheryl Pollard, Dean, Faculty of Nursing

Faculty of Nursing

Current News

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New graduate-level nursing programs empower future leaders in health care.

May 6-12 is National Nursing Week, and this year’s theme is Changing Lives. Shaping Tomorrow. The theme recognizes the tremendous impact that nurses have on individuals, communities, and the future of health care. The U of R’s very own Faculty of Nursing has introduced three new graduate-level programs for already practicing nurses who are looking to take the next step in their nursing careers and further influence the future of health care.

Written by: Teaching & Learning

Photo: U of R Photography

Date Posted: May 10, 2024

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Faculty of Nursing Introduces New Programs

Graduate Certificates and Master’s Degree Opens New Leadership Roles

The Faculty of Nursing is pleased to announce three new and dynamic graduate-level courses for practicing nurses.

The Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education (GCNE), the Graduate Certificate in Nursing Leadership (GCNL), and the Master of Nursing Programs will provide practicing nurses with exciting new opportunities to embark on a transformative journey into nursing leadership..

Posted: May 9, 2024

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New Strategic Plan 2024-2034

Our Primary Intentions Set the Stage for the Next Ten Years

The Faculty of Nursing’s newly-minted 2024-2034 Strategic Plan Unbounded: Connecting Learning and Life will bring previous strategic visions to life and guide the next era of nursing education and research excellence.

“Through creating a community where we all truly belong and feel welcome, opportunities will be available for students, faculty and staff to thrive,” said Pollard. ”This 10-year Strategic Plan recognizes that short-term goals and objectives may be adjusted and changed. 

Posted: April 25, 2024

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