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BScN Program Awards

There are a number of awards available to nursing students throughout their undergraduate career at McMaster. Some awards are open to students at all sites, while others are location-specific. Students may also be eligible for additional university- or college-specific awards.

For more information, we encourage you to visit the awards office at your institution or contact the awards representative from your site, listed ​right.

BScN Program Award Ceremony 

Outstanding undergraduate students who have received​ awards and/or scholarships from the university are invited to  celebrate their accomplishments alongside their families,  friends  and members of the McMaster community. 

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BScN Undergraduate Awards Committee

Lynn Martin 
 — Chair, McMaster Representative

Cynthia Hammond 
 — Mohawk Representative

Andrea Miller 
 — Conestoga Representative

Faculty and students can nominate students at any time during the academic year; however, call for nominations occur at the end of each term.

Awards can require applications, nominations or certain academic achievement. Please note that not all awards are offered each year.

McMaster Site Awards

Please note: McMaster Site Award nominations can be submitted by both faculty members and students.

To Nominate a Student: Go here or click on the awards that are hyperlinked. 

Name of Award

Value

Award Description

Any Level

The Class of 1966 Nursing Scholarship

$1,000

Awarded to a student who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement in any level 
(No nomination required)

The Recognition Awards

Certificate

Recognition awards are used to recognize students in any level for outstanding contributions within the BScN program that may not fit into the established nursing awards.

The Steve Baxter Memorial Scholarship  $1,000 Established in 2017 by Pamela Baxter (Class of '98, 2000, & 2003), faculty member of School of Nursing, in loving memory of her husband. To be awarded to a student in the BScN program who, in the judgement of the School of Nursing, has demonstrated exceptional humble leadership qualities.
 The Lorie Scott Nursing Scholarship  $5,000  Established in 2014 by Lorie Scott, BScN (Class of '79). To be awarded to a student in the BScN program in the School of Nursing who has completed at least Level I and who, in the judgement of the School of Nursing has successfully completed a Canadian project with a strong teaching focus and has also demonstrated significant commitment to community.

Level I

The Margaret Elizabeth Burke Memorial Academic Grant

$2,900

Awarded to the student with the highest grade in Level I Anatomy/Physiology courses (No nomination required)

The Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara Scholarship (awarded every 3 years)

$2,400 to be dispensed to one recipient over the course of three years ($800 per year)

Awarded to a student with outstanding achievement in health sciences and behavioural science courses
(No nomination required)

The Henrietta Alderson Scholarship

$3,500
(2 awards)

Awarded to two students entering Levels II (A-Stream) or IV (B- & C-Stream)with exceptional achievement in the required science courses
(No nomination required)

The Eleanor Morris Academic Grant

$800

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I witha high sessional average(No nomination required)

The Niemeier Scholarship

$1,100

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I, has completed between 31 and 55 units and has the highest sessional average
(No nomination required)

The Clarence L. Starr Prize

$150

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I and  attains the highest sessional average 
(No nomination required)

The McCusker Nursing Scholarship

$2,000

Awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I and who has demonstrated academic excellence
(No nomination required)

Level II

The Clara I. Elman Scholarship

$2,500

Awarded to a student who demonstrates academic excellence and a commitment to the patient-nurse relationship.

The Medical-Surgical Excellence in Clinical Nursing Award

$250

Awarded to a student completing Level II who demonstrates academic excellence in medical-surgical nursing.

Levels III & IV

The Lillian And Manuel Zack Scholarship

$1,800

Awarded to a student who has Completed Level I and 70–80 units in the Nursing Program, and is also committed to gerontological nursing

The Charu Late Bhaduri Scholarship in Nursing

$1,000

Awarded to a student who demonstrates academic excellence and a commitment to the patient-nurse relationship

Preference will be given to students who have registered for or completed an overseas clinical placement in a developing country.

The Clara I. Elman Travel Scholarship

$2,000

Awarded to students registered in Level III who will be completing a Level IV Clinical Course in a Canadian outpost placement

Application details will be posted on the Avenue to Learn Communication Hub (found by logging in to your individual Avenue to Learn account) in late January. The completed application package is due on Feb 25, 2018, to the BScN office.

The Grace Senra-Fontes Memorial Prize

$250

Awarded to a student in Level III or IV who demonstrates excellence in scholarship and leadership

Preference is given to Level IV students. Students will be asked to submit an application package in early March.

The Janet McKnight Award

$600

Awarded to a student entering Level IV who has demonstrated academic achievement and leadership in clinical and educational aspects of gerontology, PBL or SDL in nursing education

The McMaster Nursing Alumni Memorial Prize

$300

Awarded to a student who has demonstrated leadership while participating in undergraduate activities.

Students will be asked to submit an application package in early March.

The Pioneer Group Inc. Prizes in Nursing

$250 (2 awards)

Awarded to graduating students who achieved notable standings and demonstrated practical aptitude for working with the elderly.

The Lynne Beaumont Scholarship

$1,000

Awarded to a student entering their final year of study who demonstrates notable academic achievement, qualities of leadership and cross-cultural competence and will be completing a Level IV clinical course in an international or outpost placement
(No nomination required)

The Darren Lee Pratt Memorial Award for Academic/Clinical Achievement  $1,000 Established in 2017 by Maria Pratt (Class of '98, 2004, & 2016), faculty member of School of Nursing, in loving memory of her husband.  To be awarded to an undergraduate student who has completed Level II or higher of a Nursing program who, in the judgement of the School of Nursing demonstrates academic excellence, an interest in Oncology nursing and commitment to patient and family-centered care.
The Christine Ditta Memorial Award $1,000 Established in 2017 in memory of Christine Ditta. To be awarded to a student graduating from a Nursing program, who in the judgement of the School of Nursing, intends to pursue a career in ICU, or excels in this specialty area.

Alternate Streams

The Donald Lavigne Memorial Scholarship

$800

Awarded to students in their first year of study who demonstrate academic excellence in a RPN-to-BScN program
(No nomination required)

The Elizabeth Petra Cooke Memorial Scholarship

$1,000

Awarded to a student in a Post RN or RPN-to-BScN program who has demonstrated a commitment to the nursing profession as a frontline healthcare provider and/or to mentoring nurses as they further their education.

The Corelene Helen Tostevin Scholarship

$250

Awarded to students registered in an Accelerated BScN program and who have demonstrated notable academic achievement
(No nomination required)

The Henrietta Alderson Scholarship

$3,500
(2 awards)

Awarded to two students with exceptional achievement in the required science courses entering Level II (A-Stream) or Level IV (B- & C-Stream)
(No nomination required)

 

Conestoga Awards open to McMaster Site Students

Name of Award Value Award Description
The R.N.A.O. Wellington Chapter Award $500

Awarded to a graduating student who demonstrates professional development through participation in professional Nursing Student Association Activities. The student is a student member of R.N.A.O. and participates in community based activities.

The Guelph General Hospital Auxilliary Award $500

Awarded toa full time, graduating student who is a resident of Waterloo-Wellington region and achieves the highest academic standing.
(No nomination required)

 

Mohawk Awards open to McMaster Site Students

Only faculty may submit nominations for Mohawk Site Awards

Name of Award Value Award Description
The Elizabeth Maus Scholarship $500 (x2)

Awarded to (2) students who have demonstrated excellence in both theory and nursing practice. The recipients must also have demonstrated exceptional achievements. GPA > 8.0


Faculty and students can nominate students at any time during the academic year; however, call for nominations occur at the end of each term.

Awards can require applications, nominations or certain academic achievement. Please note that not all awards are offered each year. 

MOHAWK SITE AWARDS

Please note: Students may self nominate or nominate a peer but these must be accompanied by a faculty nomination to be considered for Mohawk Site Awards.

To Nominate a Student: Go here or click on the awards that are hyperlinked. 

 Mohawk BScN Awards

Value

Award

 Any Level

The Recognition Awards

Certificate

Recognition awards are used to recognize students in any level for outstanding contributions or efforts within the BScN program

Level 1

The Doris Rumball Scholarship L1

$500

Demonstrates exceptional achievements. Demonstrates consistent growth and proficiency in clinical experience.

Level 2

The Doris Rumball Scholarship L2

$500

Demonstrates exceptional achievements. Demonstrates consistent growth and proficiency in clinical experience.

The Elizabeth Foley Memorial Scholarship

$500

Demonstrates exceptional achievements. Demonstrates consistent growth and proficiency in clinical experience.

Level 2 or 3

The Martha Dawn Murray Prize

$500

Awarded to a student who has demonstrated consistent exemplary care for patients and their families and has shown the ability to nurse with compassion, empathy and understanding. Consideration will be given to those who have demonstrated exceptional achievements.

Level 3

The Krista Lynn Cantwell Memorial Scholarship

$500

This award is given to a student who has shown academic diligence, a passion for nursing and who has been an active volunteer. (PBL or clinical) GPA >8.0

The Cathy Flis Memorial Scholarship

$500

Awarded to a Level III BScN students who excels at caring and compassion in the clinical setting; demonstrates exceptional achievements and has a proven high academic standing. GPA > 8.0

The Valerie Neely Scholarship

$300

This scholarship is awarded to a student who has demonstrated excellence in the clinical area of psychiatry.

The Doris Rumball Scholarship L3

$500

Demonstrates exceptional achievements. Demonstrates consistent growth and proficiency in clinical experience.

The Gladys Irene Daniels Memorial Scholarship

$100

Awarded to Basic Stream Level 3 student demonstrating most compassionate care to patients during nursing experiences. Demonstrates exceptional achievement (clinical practice).

The Brenda and Susan Turvey Scholarship

$500

Good academic standing in clinical practice; demonstrates compassion and high regard for individual dignity; and demonstrates exceptional achievements. GPA > 8.0

All levels Basic BScN and RPN - BScN

The Wilda Pinkney Scholarship

$600 (x2)

Awarded to (2) students who have demonstrated consistent growth and proficiency in the BScN program, and have an above-average level of clinical practice and academic performance. The recipients must have demonstrated excellent performance in theory and practical experience, as well as exceptional achievements. GPA > 8.0

All Levels Basic BScN McMaster, Mohawk or Conestoga

The Elizabeth Maus Scholarship

$600 (x2)

Awarded to (2) students who have demonstrated excellence in both theory and nursing practice. The recipients must also have demonstrated exceptional achievements. GPA > 8.0

Awards originating at Conestoga open to Mohawk Site Students

Name of Award Value Award Description
The R.N.A.O. Wellington Chapter Award $500 Awarded to a graduating student who demonstrates professional development through participation in professional Nursing Student Association Activities. The student is a student member of R.N.A.O. and participates in community based activities.

Awards originating at McMaster Open to Mohawk Site Students

Name of Award

Value

Award Description

The Recognition Awards

Certificate

Recognition awards are used to recognize students in any level for outstanding contributions within the BScN program that may not fit into the established nursing awards.

Level I

The Margaret Elizabeth Burke Memorial Academic Grant

$2,900

Awarded to the student with the highest grade in Level I Anatomy/Physiology courses (No nomination required)

The Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara Scholarship (awarded every 3 years)

$2,400 to be dispensed to one recipient over the course of three years ($800 per year)

Awarded to a student with outstanding achievement in health sciences and behavioural science courses
(No nomination required)

The Henrietta Alderson Scholarship

$3,500
(2 awards)

Awarded to two students entering Levels II (A-Stream) or IV (B- & C-Stream)with exceptional achievement in the required science courses
(No nomination required)

The Eleanor Morris Academic Grant

$800

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I witha high sessional average(No nomination required)

The Niemeier Scholarship

$1,100

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I, has completed between 31 and 55 units and has the highest sessional average
(No nomination required)

The Clarence L. Starr Prize

$150

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I and attains the highest sessional average

(No nomination required)

The McCusker Nursing Scholarship

$2,000

Awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I and who has demonstrated academic excellence
(No nomination required)

Level II

The Clara I. Elman Scholarship

$2,500

Awarded to a student who demonstrates academic excellence and a commitment to the patient-nurse relationship.

The Medical-Surgical Excellence in Clinical Nursing Award

$250

Awarded to a student completing Level II who demonstrates academic excellence in medical-surgical nursing.

Levels III & IV

The Lillian And Manuel Zack Scholarship

$1,800

Awarded to a student who has Completed Level I and 70–80 units in the Nursing Program, and is also committed to gerontological nursing

The Charu Late Bhaduri Scholarship in Nursing

$1,000

Awarded to a student who demonstrates academic excellence and a commitment to the patient-nurse relationship

Preference will be given to students who have registered for or completed an overseas clinical placement in a developing country.

The Clara I. Elman Travel Scholarship

$2,000

Awarded to students registered in Level III who will be completing a Level IV Clinical Course in a Canadian outpost placement

Application details will be posted on the Avenue to Learn Communication Hub (found by logging in to your individualAvenue to Learnaccount) in late January. The completed application package is due on Feb 25, 2017, to the BScN office.

The Grace Senra-Fontes Memorial Prize

$250

Awarded to a student in Level III or IV who demonstrates excellence in scholarship and leadership

Preference is given to Level IV students. Students will be asked to submit an application package in early March.

The Janet McKnight Award

$600

Awarded to a student entering Level IV who has demonstrated academic achievement and leadership in clinical and educational aspects of gerontology, PBL or SDL in nursing education

The McMaster Nursing Alumni Memorial Prize

$300

Awarded to a student who has demonstrated leadership while participating in undergraduate activities.

Students will be asked to submit anapplicationpackage in early March.

The Pioneer Group Inc. Prizes in Nursing

$250 (2 awards)

Awarded to graduating students who achieved notable standings and demonstrated practical aptitude for working with the elderly.

The Lynne Beaumont Scholarship

$1,000

Awarded to a student entering their final year of study who demonstrates notable academic achievement, qualities of leadership and cross-cultural competence and will be completing a Level IV clinical course in an international or outpost placement
(No nomination required)

The Darren Lee Pratt Memorial Award for Academic/Clinical Achievement  $1,000 Established in 2017 by Maria Pratt (Class of ’98, 2004, & 2016), faculty member of the School of Nursing, in loving memory of her husband. To be awarded to an undergraduate student who has completed Level II or higher of a Nursing program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing demonstrates academic excellence, an interest in Oncology nursing and commitment to patient and family-centered care.
The Christine Ditta Memorial Award  $1,000 Established in 2017 in memory of Christine Ditta. To be awarded to a student graduating from a Nursing program, who in the judgement of the School of Nursing, intends to pursue a career in ICU, or excels in this specialty area.

Alternate Streams

The Donald Lavigne Memorial Scholarship

$800

Awarded to students in their first year of study who demonstrate academic excellence in a RPN-to-BScN program
(No nomination required)

The Elizabeth Petra Cooke Memorial Scholarship

$1,000

Awarded to a student in a Post RN or RPN-to-BScN program who has demonstrated a commitment to the nursing profession as a frontline healthcare provider and/or to mentoring nurses as they further their education.

The Corelene Helen Tostevin Scholarship

$250

Awarded to students registered in an Accelerated BScN program and who have demonstrated notable academic achievement
(No nomination required)

The Henrietta Alderson Scholarship

$3,500
(2 awards)

Awarded to two students with exceptional achievement in the required science courses entering Level II (A-Stream) or Level IV (B- & C-Stream)
(No nomination required)

Faculty and students can nominate students at any time during the academic year; however, call for nominations occur at the end of each term.

Awards can require applications, nominations or certain academic achievement. Please note that not all awards are offered each year.

CONESTOGA SITE AWARDS

To Nominate a Student: Go here or click on the awards that are hyperlinked.

Name of Award

Value

Award Description

Open to Students of All Levels

The Recognition Awards

Certificate

Recognition awards are used to recognize students in any level for outstanding contributions within the BScN program that may not fit into the established nursing awards.

Levels 1 & 2

The Ardelle Darling Memorial Award

$250

Awarded to a second-year student who demonstrates caring and compassion toward patients and peers, communicates effectively and demonstrates an enthusiasm for the profession of nursing.

The Lillian Brown Nursing Award for Academic/Clinical Achievement

$1000

Awarded to a second-year student who demonstrates initiative, care and compassion in clinical practice.

The Marilyn Kelly Memorial Award

$500

Awarded to a first-year BScN student who demonstrates professionalism, respect and diligence in their studies

BScN faculty must submit a letter supporting each nomination by the end of February each year.

Levels 2 & 3

The Ross and Doris Dixon Charitable Foundation Community Service Awards in Nursing

$1000

Awarded to BScN students who are committed to community service, to be applied to tuition fees.

Levels 3 & 4

The Homewood Foundation Scholarship in Psychiatric Nursing

$1,000

Awarded to astudent who has completed either second or third year and who exhibits an interest in psychiatric nursing and has either completed a mental health placement or will be doing so in the future

First preference is given to the child of an employee within the Homewood Corporation.

The St. Mary’s General Hospital Educational Award for Continuing Education

$250

Awarded to a graduating student who is able to apply theory to clinical practice in a competent manner, demonstrates interest in postgraduate studies and obtains a high level of achievement in theory (B+ or greater).

The RNAO Waterloo Chapter Leadership Award

$350

Awarded to a graduating student who has demonstrated leadership or professional initiative on behalf of patient care and/or the nursing profession.

The Jean O'Leavy Award for Excellence in Nursing

$200

Awarded to a graduating student who demonstrates a proficiency at applying theory to clinical practice, consistent personal and professional growth and high academic achievement (A-range)

The Dr. Stanley F. Leavine Memorial Award

$100

Awarded to a graduating student who demonstrates a proficiency at applying theory to clinical practice, consistent personal and professional growth and high academic achievement (A-range)

The Judy Cooper Memorial Award

 

Awarded to a graduating student who demonstrates support to classmates and a caring attitude to patients, satisfactory performance in the completion of clinical/community experiences and high academic achievement (B+ or greater)

The Mary-Joe Halliwell General Proficiency Award

$500

Awarded to a graduating student who demonstrates a high level of theoretical academic achievement (A-range), an ability to apply theory to clinical practice and personal and professional growth.

The RNAO Wellington Chapter Award

$500

Awarded to a graduating student-member of the RNAO who demonstrates professional development through participation in professional Nursing Student Association Activities and community-based activities.

The Guelph General Hospital Auxiliary Award

$500

Awarded toa graduating full-time student who is a resident of Waterloo-Wellington region and achieves the highest academic standing
(No nomination required)

The Sister Beatrice Schnarr Scholarship Fund

$250

Awarded to a graduating full-time student with the highest academic standing at the Conestoga Site
(No nomination required)

Level IV

The Kathy Sullivan Memorial Award

Amount varies each year

Awarded to a student who has completed level IV of the BScN Program, has been hardworking, knowledgeable and ready to learn. In the clinical area students must be caring to patients and families and demonstrate strong clinical performance.

The RPN to BScN Leadership Award

 

Awarded to a graduating RPN – BSCN student who has demonstrated leadership and initiative in the BScN Program.

 

McMaster Site Awards Open to Conestoga Site Students

Name of Award

Value

Award Description

Level 1

The Margaret Elizabeth Burke Memorial Academic Grant

$2,900

Awarded to the student with the highest grade in Level I Anatomy/Physiology courses
(No nomination required)

The Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara Scholarship (awarded every 3 years)

$2,400 to be dispensed to one recipient over the course of three years ($800 per year)

Awarded to a student with outstanding achievement in health sciences and behavioural science courses
(No nomination required)

The Henrietta Alderson Scholarship

$3,500
(2 awards)

Awarded to two students entering Level II (A-Stream) or Level IV (B- & C-Stream) with exceptional achievement in the required science courses
(No nomination required)

The Eleanor Morris Academic Grant

$800

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I witha high sessional average
(No nomination required)

The Niemeier Scholarship

$1,100

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I (31–55 units) and attains the highest sessional average (No nomination required)

The Clarence L. Starr Prize

$150

Awarded to a student who has completed Nursing I and attains the highest sessional average
(No nomination required)

The McCusker Nursing Scholarship

$2,000

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I or higher and who has demonstrated academic excellence
(No nomination required)

Level 2

The Clara I. Elman Scholarship

$2,500

Awarded to a student who demonstrates academic excellence and a commitment to the patient-nurse relationship.

The Medical-Surgical Excellence in Clinical Nursing Award

$250

Awarded to a student completing Level II whodemonstrates academic excellence in medical-surgical nursing.

Levels 3 & 4

The Lillian And Manuel Zack Scholarship

$1,800

Awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 70–80 units in the nursing program, and is also committed to gerontological nursing.

The Clara I. Elman Travel Scholarship

$2,000

Awarded to students registered in Level III who will be completing a Level IV Clinical Course in a Canadian outpost placement

Application details will be posted on the Avenue to Learn Communication Hub (found by logging in to your individual Avenue to Learn account) in late January 2017. The completed application package is due to the BScN office on Feb 25, 2017.

The Grace Senra-Fontes Memorial Prize

$250

Awarded to a student in Level III or IV who demonstrates excellence in scholarship and leadership

Preference is given to Level IV students. Students will be asked to submit an application package in early March.

The Janet McKnight Award

$600

Awarded to a student entering Level IV who has demonstrated academic achievement and leadership in clinical and educational aspects of gerontology, PBL or SDL in nursing education

The McMaster Nursing Alumni Memorial Prize

$300

Awarded to a student who has demonstrated leadership while participatingin undergraduate activities

Students will be asked to submit an application package in early March.

The Pioneer Group Inc. Prizes in Nursing

$250 (2 awards)

Awarded to two graduating students who have achieved notable standing and demonstrated practical aptitude for working with the elderly.

The Lynne Beaumont Scholarship

$1,000

Awarded to a student entering their final year of study who demonstrates notable academic achievement and qualities of leadership and cross-cultural competence, and who will also be completing a Level IV clinical course in an international or outpost placement

(No nomination required)

The Darren Lee Pratt Memorial Award for Academic/Clinical Achievement  $1,000 Established in 2017 by Maria Pratt (Class of ’98, 2004, & 2016), faculty member of the School of Nursing, in loving memory of her husband. To be awarded to an undergraduate student who has completed Level II or higher of a Nursing program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing demonstrates academic excellence, an interest in Oncology nursing and commitment to patient and family-centered care.
The Christine Ditta Memorial Award  $1,000 Established in 2017 in memory of Christine Ditta. To be awarded to a student graduating from a Nursing program, who in the judgement of the School of Nursing, intends to pursue a career in ICU, or excels in this specialty area.
 

EXTERNAL ORGANIZATION - AWARDS AND BURSARIES

Organization

Award Value

Organization Description

 

Canadian Nurses Foundation

 

Varies

The Canadian Nurses Foundation offers over 50 scholarships to support nursing education. The awards help students in different levels and area of practice and trances from baccalaureate, masters and nurse practitioner, doctoral, aboriginal, internationally educated nurses and certification awards. 

 

Canadian Nursing Students’ Association

 

 Varies

The Canadian Nursing Students’ Association is the national voice of Canadian nursing students. Their goal is to increase the legal, ethical, professional, and education aspects which are an integral part of nursing. CNSA is actively dedicated to the positive promotion of nurses and the nursing profession as a whole. 

 

Ontario Nurses’ Association 

 

Varies

 The ONA the union representing registered nurses and allied health professional working across Ontario. The ONA is a proactive union committed to improving the economic welfare and quality of work-life for their members, to enable them to provide high-quality health care. 

 

The Registered Nurses’ Foundation of Ontario

 

Varies

The Registered Nurses' Foundation of Ontario (RNFOO) is a charitable organization that provides financial support for nurses and nursing students in Ontario to further their nursing education or engage in research.

 

Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario

 

Varies

 The RPNAO’s mission is optimizing RPNs' professional practice for a healthier Ontario. 
 

Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario 

 

Varies

The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is the professional association representing registered nurses, nurse practitioners and nursing students in Ontario.
 

Council of Ontario Universities

 

Vaires

The Council of Ontario Universities promotes university education and research and their role in preparing both undergraduate and graduate students for success in life and careers.
 

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

 

Varies

The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is working to establish a patient-focused, results-driven, integrated and sustainable publicly funded health system. Its plan for building a sustainable public health care system in Ontario is based on helping people stay healthy, delivering good care when people need it, and protecting the health system for future generations.

 

Elsevier Canada

 

Varies

Mosby and Saunders are two of the most recognizable imprints associated with nursing texts and reference books. We are part of Elsevier, the world’s leader in health science publications. We are committed to publishing a broad spectrum of the highest quality resources for health science professionals.

 

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