at 100 Forest Road, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador , A1A 1E5
The Centre for Nursing Studies is the largest nursing school in Newfoundland and Labrador, with approximately 750 students and 100 faculty & staff members.
This Facebook page is owned and operated by the CNS Nursing Society in order to reach students, staff, future students, and all other relevant/interested members of the public with updates and information about the school's programs and events. **************************** The current representatives on the CNS Nursing Society with their respectful graduation years: Executive: - President: Jamieson Kovacs (BN2017) - Vice President: Vacant - Treasurer: Emily Walsh (BN2017) - Secretary: Samantha Williams (BN2017) - Charity Ball Coordinator: Aimee O'Keefe (BN2017) - CNSA Official Delegate: Stephanie Batt (BN2016) - CNSA Associate Delegates: Michelle Dawson (BN2016) & Brittany O'Brien (BN2016) - CNS MUNSU Representative: Aimee O'Keefe (BN2017) Class Representatives: - BN2019: Elections to take place soon - BN2018: Wendy Nichols & Jillian Corbett - BN2017: Lauren Farr & Kendra McInnis - BN2016: Jessica Walsh & Jessica Croucher - PN: Vacant Other Positions: - UGS Committee Reps: Kaitlyn Stockley & Vacant - ARNNL Student Reps: Selection in progress - Shinerama Coordinator: Ryan Bennett Faculty: - BN Faculty Rep: Anne Marie Tracey - Non-Degree Faculty Rep: Denise English - Staff/Faculty Rep: Dawn Lanphear **************************** The Centre for Nursing Studies (CNS) was established in 1996 and is operated by Eastern Health. It is located at Southcott Hall, 100 Forest Road, in the east end of St. John's. CNS offers a variety of high quality nursing education programs to prepare our graduates to provide excellent patient care across a broad range of health care and social settings. Programs are offered both on-site and by distance delivery. CNS is the largest nursing school in Newfoundland and Labrador. We have approximately 750 students across all programs, 50 full-time faculty members and, at peak periods, an almost equal number of sessional faculty. Currently, CNS annually admits approximately 120 students to the Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program and approximately 70 students to the Practical Nursing Program. In addition, CNS provides continuing studies programs (post-basic courses) to Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), re-entry programs for RNs and LPNs, a tailored bridging and re-entry program for internationally educated nurses (IENs), and competency-based assessments of nurses in practice for the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) and regional health authorities as requested. Enrollment in continuing studies programs is variable depending on health care system demand.
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We would like to send out a huge thank you to everyone who attended the 17th Annual Nursing Charity Ball last night at the Holiday Inn. We are very happy to announce that the total amount raised for the YWCA is $9000.29!!!!!
The Constitution of the CNS Nursing Society was updated today, causing multiple positions to be added to the society. Representatives of the Nursing Society are now as follows: Executive: - President: Jamieson Kovacs (BN2017) - Vice President: Arianna Bugden (BN2017) - Treasurer: Emily Walsh (BN2017) - Secretary: Samantha Williams (BN2017) - Charity Ball Coordinator: Aimee O'Keefe (BN2017) - CNSA Official Delegate: Stephanie Batt (BN2016) - CNSA Associate Delegates: Michelle Dawson (BN2016) & Brittany O'Brien (BN2016) - CNS MUNSU Representative: Aimee O'Keefe (BN2017) Class Representatives: - BN2018: Ryan Bennett & Wendy Nichols - BN2017: Samantha Williams & Matthew Allen - BN2016: Jessica Walsh & Kayla Morris - BN2015: Rebecca Tidswell - PN: Louise Higdon Other Positions: - UGS Committee Reps: Kaitlyn Stockley & Lynette Jones - ARNNL Student Reps: Chelsea Murphy, Cindy Grimes, & Kayla Morris - Shinerama Coordinator: Ryan Bennett Faculty: - BN Faculty Rep: Anne Marie Tracey - Non-Degree Faculty Rep: Denise English - Staff/Faculty Rep: Dawn Lanphear
We are closed for the day. Update at 4 pm for evening courses.
Congratulations to our newly acclaimed CNS MUNSU Representative Aimee O'Keefe of the BN 2017 Class! MUN Students' Union elections are happening now for lots of other positions! Those of you in the BN program best be sure to vote by tomorrow evening at 9pm to select the next MUNSU representatives! Access the online voting system through MUNSU WebVote on your Self Service, or visit a polling booth on MUN main campus.
Good luck and congratulations to the BN Class of 2014 as today they cross the stage and receive their Bachelor of Nursing degrees. Happy Convocation Day!!!
Congratulations to Dr. Kathy Watkins of the Centre for Nursing Studies who convocated yesterday with her Doctor of Philosophy from the Faculty of Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology). A tremendous accomplishment!
Be sure to stop by the bake sale between now and 1pm on the first floor to support the PN Class of 2014!
We will be taking signatures for guest tickets to the Class of 2017 Crest Ceremony as well as selling lanyards ($5/ea) on the ground floor from 12:30-1pm. Don't forget first years, you need to sign the form in order to bring any guests to the ceremony, and you have to have a purple lanyard as required for your uniforms for clinical!
The PN Class of 2014 will be selling pizza and a soft drink for lunch today as a fundraiser. Cost is $5.00. Come and support the PN Class 2014!