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Led by our faith, Nursing, for us, is more. It’s more than a classroom of compassionate and eager students; more than a faculty of respected, engaged and caring faculty; and more than a school recognized internationally for our research and thought leadership. Nursing is a vocation, in which one is dedicated to assisting another, caring for society's deepest needs.

TWU Nursing is recognized as a leader in faith-integrated education and is accredited by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing.  The School of Nursing, within the ethos of a Christian university with liberal arts, sciences, and professions, engages students in the integration of faith, spirituality, and nursing. Our courses are taught by faculty members with advanced degrees in nursing and actively involved in the profession through education, research, leadership and clinical practice.

Programs Offered

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Nursing students and instructor
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Our BScN prepares nurses to be reflective, life-long learners, ready to give thoughtful leadership to the changing healthcare needs of a global community.

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Master of Science in Nursing

A Master of Science in Nursing prepares you to become a leader in professional nursing locally, nationally, and globally while meeting humanity’s most pressing needs. There is no need to relocate, as the program is built to fit around your personal and professional commitments.

Dean's Message

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The School of Nursing at TWU is unique in Canada for intentionally connecting the practice of nursing with the holistic richness of Christian spiritual understandings. In our undergraduate and graduate programs we go beyond technical skills and the expected standards required of the profession to emphasize covenantal caring as our commitment to spiritually-sensitive and socially-responsive nursing practice.

Our tagline Think Deeply, Act Justly, and Care Generously signals the thoughtful, transformational, and compassionate approach we are known for. We aim to inspire the hearts and minds of students, so they are equipped to engage with questions of meaning and suffering, reconciliation and growth in our collective contribution to person-centred, equitable healthcare.

We invite you to join our community of nurses.

Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, Ph.D.
TWU Dean of Nursing

Important Dates

Nursing Networking Cafe

MSN Virtual Info Night

Langley

Meet our Faculty

Barb Astle

Barbara J. Astle, Ph.D., RN

Director, MSN Program
Associate Professor of Nursing

Tammy Brandsma, MSN, RN

Sessional Assistant Professor of Nursing

Deborah A. Gibson, MSN, R.N.

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Darlaine Jantzen, Ph.D, R.N.

Associate Professor of Nursing

Mi-Yeon Kim, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Karen Larochelle, MSN, RN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Sarah J. Liva, Ph.D., R.N.

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Heather Meyerhoff, MSN, RN

Assistant Dean
Associate Professor of Nursing

Lynn Musto, Ph.D, RN, RPN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Andrea Orr, BScN, MSN

Sessional Assistant Professor of Nursing

Anne Redmond, MSN, RN

Sessional Assistant Professor of Nursing

Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, Ph.D., RN

Dean, School of Nursing
Professor of Nursing

Kendra L. Rieger, Ph.D., R.N.

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Richard Sawatzky, Ph.D., RN

Professor of Nursing; Canada Research Chair in Person-Centred Outcomes

Kelly Schutt, BSN, RN

Sessional Instructor of Nursing

Landa Terblanche, Ph.D., R.N.

Assistant Dean
Associate Professor of Nursing
Clinical Supervision

Angela C. Wolff, Ph.D, R.N.

Associate Professor of Nursing

Dorolen Wolfs, MSN, RN

Sessional Assistant Professor of Nursing