An initiative out of the School of Nursing in York University’s Faculty of Health has not only enhanced professional development during the pandemic, it also holds promise for post-pandemic learning and mentorship.
The program will provide funding to selected research clusters to support globally leading research excellence that will offer world-class training opportunities for high-calibre personnel. The deadline to submit a notice of intent is June 7.
A health services expert led an examination of a year-long study with Syrian refugees and discovered that rates of depression actually rose over the year. This brought to light perceived sinking social support and control, language barriers and more disappointments – predictors of depression, which could point the way to policy change.
In an update to the University community, President and Vice-Chancellor Rhonda L. Lenton offers an overview of the Fall and Winter terms and the projections and planning for in-person and virtual learning.