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School of Nursing

Fall 2020 course delivery

Our faculty, staff and students are working hard to support the pandemic efforts, reduce the spread of the virus, ensure students can continue their academic progression, and join the work force that needs them in whatever capacity that they are able to help. » Learn More

Jessie Bauer and Joyce O'Mahony

Jessie Bauer and thesis supervisor Joyce O'Mahony

Research explores health of Syrian women during resettlement

Jessie Bauer is the first student to successfully defend a Master of Nursing thesis at TRU, with research on the mental health of Syrian refugee women during resettlement.

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We are committed to ensuring Indigenous students have a strong foundation for a successful career in health care.
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Students and faculty can stretch their nursing knowledge with programs in Belize, Samoa and Lesotho.
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Chappell Family Building for Nursing & Population Health

A purpose-built home for TRU’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Nursing and Health Care Assistant programs is now open.

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Nursing News

Nursing building

TRU opens state-of-the-art health-care building

The newly-opened Chappell Family Building for Nursing and Population Health was innovatively designed to keep up with changing health education.

Lyn Richards and Harmony Bercar

Learning their lives to the fullest

After more than five combined decades of successful careers, two mature learners hit the books again.