College of Nursing

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Goals for the College of Nursing

Over the next fifteen years the College of Nursing will have achieved the Vision. By 2023 we will have

  • Increased our capacity to 820 undergraduate nursing students  representative of the gender and ethnicity of the Saskatchewan population, who are actively engaged in appropriate technology-supported learning, demonstrate patient-driven care, engage with faculty in research and scholarly activities, and develop as leaders
  • A total of 150 Masters students and 50 PhD students who, with faculty supervisors, are leading knowledge generation, dissemination and translation in identified themes associated with our sense of place.
  • Engaged alumni contributing to nursing education and implementing research in practice, who support College initiatives through donations of time and money.
  • Ergonomically appropriate, facilities equipped with leading edge technology located throughout the province and internationally.
  • College of Nursing researchers leading the U of S in research funding, and generating and disseminating knowledge that the practice sector implements easily.
  • Faculty, graduates and students identified as leaders and sought as resources.
  • Innovation in education including creating and using technology to support learning and patient-driven care
  • A College being sought internationally as a resource because it lives out its values through developing relationships, building capacity, and sharing expertise.
  • Provided direct policy support to governments in creating a vibrant health care system that is constantly evolving to meet the needs of the people of Saskatchewan.