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The goal of the MN program at the University of New Brunswick is to prepare nurses for advanced professional roles through course work, as well as meaningful engagement with partners/stakeholders.

The MN program is designed to equip students with an integrative knowledge of nursing leadership, research, theory, and practice. Students are encouraged to design, with an academic advisor, a program of study that will enable them to assume advanced professional roles in their area of specific interest.

While in the program, students will have opportunities to develop leadership capacity by exploring issues and challenges within health and health care. Recent MN graduates have gone on to complete doctoral programs or to assume leadership positions within the healthcare sector, government, and non-governmental organizations. Graduates of the nurse practitioner stream are working in a variety of primary healthcare centers across the province and Canada.

Students who register in this stream may have an opportunity to work collaboratively with a practice partner to meet their learning needs. The nature and scope of the project will be determined through a collaborative process involving the student, partner and a faculty member. Students also have the opportunity to complete a more traditional thesis.

Examples include:

Addressing a specific concern of nursing practice by engaging in policy development.

Developing a clinical pathway incorporating the best available evidence.

Collaborating with a practice partner to propose and complete an evidence-informed, action-oriented, collaborative, community-based intervention.

The Thesis/Report stream is made up of five required core courses, four stream-specific courses and a thesis or final project. It is offered by distributed and distance learning to our sites in Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John and Humber College.

Research areas

Chronic illness

Analysis of administrative data to examine attainment of quality indicators for the management of patients with hip fractures in the emergency department

Health in LGBT communities

Communicable diseases (HIV)

Community health workers experiences working with people who use drugs

Violence and healthy living in the aftermath of abuse

Patient-centered, upstream interventions to improve COPD care

Indigenous health and wellness

Living with eating disorders

Mobile senior's wellness network: Reaching rural New Brunswickers

Healthy Aging

Refugee well-being

The housing needs of older lesbians in the Maritimes

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UNB School of Graduate Studies

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University of New Brunswick

Fredericton Campus,

3 Bailey Drive,

FREDERICTON,

New Brunswick (NB),

E3B 5A3, Canada

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Dành cho sinh viên đến từ Mỹ

All applicants should hold an undergraduate degree with a minimum 3.0 (B) average. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) - Paper Based (minimum score of 550), including the Test of Written English — TWE (minimum score 4.0); Computer Based TOEFL (minimum score 213) including the Test of Written English — TWE (minimum score of 4.0); Internet Based TOEFL (Minimum score of 80) including the Test of Written English - TWE (minimum score of 25); TOEFL ITP is not accepted; IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Academic Module - Minimum score of band 7.0; Pearson Test of English (Academic) - Minimum score of 65.?

Dành cho sinh viên quốc tế

Normally, a BN or BScN with courses in undergraduate statistics and nursing research. A grade of at least a B is generally required for these courses.

Normally, a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 or B+ level.

All applicants to the Thesis or Report-Project streams, who plan on working with patients as a student, or practicing as a nurse while in New Brunswick, must meet the criteria to become a registered nurse in the province of New Brunswick, and must be registered by September of the year the student begins the program.

International applicants should consult the Registered Nurses Association of New Brunswick information on Internationally Educated Applicants.

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Academic Module: Minimum score of band 7

Internet Based TOEFL (Minimum score of 80) including the Test of Written English - TWE (minimum score of 25)

Application Deadline: Jan. 15

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