I have completed the UT nrsg program a year ago. I found that it had its good and bad areas.
Good: clinical placements. U of T makes sure that everyone goes through the essential placements (Med/Surg, Geriatrics, Paeds, L&D, Mental Health, Community...). This is a great thing since your nrsg exam will ask questions in all these areas. Other nrsg schools
in Toronto don't have students experience each of those areas which is really sad and unfortunate.
Bad: Can be unorganized.
UT teaches you to think critically and use theory and evidence based practice. I think that this is great. I DO think that (unless you enjoy hospital nursing) UT does NOT prepare you to be a hospital nurse. IMO, I feel that they prepare you to use your brain critically - and hospital nursing is NOT that. They prepare you for roles such as Public Health Nurses. I honestly think that after graduating from UT, you won't be satisfied in the hospital - i know that I wasn't - I felt that I was a monkey, doing meager tasks that anyone could do as long as they were fast. But again, that's just my opinion - I never went into nursing to be a hospital nurse.
I am currently a nurse educator - educating, monitoring, and counselling people on diabetes management. And the only reason I knew about the place that I currently work at was through a student placement through UT.
Hope that helps!
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