Students for International Development (SID), is recruiting for its summer 2018 community development internships in Kenya, Peru, and Tanzania. Continue reading
The application deadline is next Friday, November 17, 2017. Applications can be submitted by mail (as indicated on the application form) or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org (addressed to Sarah Howard, Trustee).
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Awards totalling $17,500 are offered by H. David Currey, BASc (Agricultural Engineering), 1950 for students pursuing an undergraduate degree in Nursing in the Faculty of Applied Science. Read more for application instructions. Continue reading
BLUSH: Bold Learning for Understanding Sexual Health, a sexual health and wellness program run by Vancouver Coastal Health. BLUSH is looking for youth who wish to get involved! Continue reading
The following event is free and refreshments are provided.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School UBC Chapter invites you to its annual speaker event: Continue reading
Are you a woman aged between 20 and 35 years old? Are you interested in participating in Nutrition Research?
We are currently seeking female volunteers to take part in a research study to investigate how methionine is used in our bodies. Amino acids are the building blocks of our body and it is important to be able to measure amino acids such as methionine to understand how our body works. Recent research shows that there might be a quicker method to test how our body uses these building blocks. Continue reading
Kimberley Foundation has a initiative open to all undergraduates. The Focus! Climate Change Student Video Contest invites students to use their imagination and video-making skills, to make a short film about climate change.
Value: 1 x $10,000 prize; 3 x $5,000 honourable mentions
Deadline: 15 March 2018 at 4:30 pm PST
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Please see attached invitation for Employed Student Nurse program. Applications will be accepted from November 1 to November 30, 2017 at midnight. http://www.phsa.ca/careers/nursing-careers/employed-student-nurse-program
Fall Experience Science Day 2017
Don’t let the November rain get you down! Join us for Experience Science Day! An annual event that welcomes 200 elementary school students from Downtown East Side to UBC to experience hands-on scientific activities. Thanks to volunteers like you this program has become highly successful and is held twice each year, reaching twice as many youths and encouraging their participation in science. We’re looking for enthusiastic volunteers to run hands-on science activities, including Rube Goldberg Device construction, for groups of 20-30 students in Grades 4-7. Continue reading
Providence Health Care (PHC) On-line job postings for the positions of EMPLOYED STUDENT NURSE (ESN) and EMPLOYED STUDENT PSYCHIATRIC NURSE (ESPN) are now active. Applications will be accepted from October 19, 2017 until noon on November 16, 2017. Continue reading
Dear Nursing Students,
BC Children’s and BC Women’s Redevelopment Project is recruiting for transport volunteers for Patient Move Day on Sunday October 29th. They are seeking nursing students who are available during the Patient Move Day as well as for one training session. This unaffiliated and unpaid volunteer opportunity will be based on a first come first serve basis and will be a great opportunity to get an introduction to the TACC building. Interested students are asked to please fill out this survey to apply http://bit.ly/TrasportVolunteerSurvey. Continue reading
Are you thinking about an elective abroad? Take on this amazing opportunity to add depth to your clinical work experience and portfolio. Work with some of the most interesting and vulnerable people and learn compassion, care and the complexities of healthcare in a developing nation. Continue reading
As the September term is now in full swing, the Bookstore will be starting to return any unsold textbooks back to the publishers. If you have yet to purchase any of their Winter Term 1 course books, you should do so by the end of next week—Friday October 20th. As of Monday, October 23rd, students looking for texts that we have returned to the publishers will have to place individual orders with the Bookstore, and it can take 2-3 weeks for the book to come in.
The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is thrilled to announce the release of a new online suicide prevention module for nurses, an Accredited Self-Assessment Program (Section 1) defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada and approved by the University of Manitoba. The module is also accredited by the Canadian Nurses Association. Led by mdBriefCase and the Canadian Nurses Association with sponsorship from the MHCC and the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, the module seeks to provide nurses with the tools they need to address suicide in practice.
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Do you like science and want to explore the interior of BC next week (all expenses paid)? We’re looking for volunteers to go to Boston Bar and Chilliwack to do some fun science actives with high school kids. Interested volunteers please contact Chantal at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your program of study and available dates. Continue reading
“Qualicare Family Homecare is a dedicated provider of high quality health care services, both medical and non-medical, in a client’s home or care facility. Our work ethic, values and family approach to the services we provide separate us from the rest. We are currently recruiting Caregivers to serve our clients in the Tri-Cities (Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody) and Lower Mainland, as needed on a casual basis. Work is performed on a 1-to-1 basis, meaning Care Aides will only be working with one (1) client or married couple during a shift. At this time, we are specifically looking for caregivers to work in the Tri-Cities area of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody. Continue reading
A registered nurse is required for studies in healthy women. Main duties will include inserting IV catheters, administering a bolus solution from an IV bag and taking regular blood samples from the catheter. This is a casual position and the successful candidate will be required to assist with this project on weekday mornings from around 7am-2pm, with no more than one participant per week. The closing date for this job posting (http://staffcareers.ubc.ca/27885) is 11:59pm on Sunday, October 29th. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply.