Departments

The Faculty of Nursing is comprised of three departments that are committed to building healthy communities and advocating for the wellness of the people within them.

Department of Interprofessional Education and Simulation Learning (DIESL)

The Department of Interprofessional Education and Simulation Learning (DIESL) is dedicated to serving front-line multidisciplinary practitioners who strive to improve the health and quality of life for individuals, communities and industries. This department brings together the Centre for Professional Nursing Education and the Clinical Simulation Centre to deliver innovative academic programming. We are leaders in simulation based learning and continuing education for nurses and other health care professionals.

Through partnerships with academic and industry leaders we are expanding inter-professional education and international opportunities for faculty and students.

780-497-5188 | cpne@macewan.ca

9-206, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 - 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Department of Psychiatric Nursing

Faculty in the Department of Psychiatric Nursing are passionate about helping people, promoting mental and physical health and well-being and creating graduates who will take these values into the community. We organize extensive clinical practice opportunities for students to demonstrate holistic, client-centred nursing care for those experiencing mental and physical health problems.

The department houses two programs: the Psychiatric Nursing diploma and a Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing.

780-497-5874 | nurseinfo@macewan.ca

9-506, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 - 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Department of Nursing Science

Faculty members in the Department of Nursing Science are experts in nursing leadership, education and research. They are committed to excellence in professional practice and passionate about nurturing graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Nursing who will contribute to the health and well-being of individuals and families in our community.

Four philosophical perspectives provide a foundation for the department and the curriculum we develop. Critical social theory, humanism, logical positivism, and phenomenology support social and political action and an orientation towards growth, learning and individual accountability. The department encourages a spirit of trust, respect, and compassion in our graduates.

780-497-5874 | nurseinfo@macewan.ca

9-506, Robbins Health Learning Centre
10910 - 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB