Cambrian’s Nursing Student Participate in Evacuation Exercise

Posted on Friday February 19, 2016

Students in Cambrian’s Practical Nursing program helped Extendicare York test its Emergency Preparedness Plan by acting as patients during a mock fire evacuation, which took place on February 11.  The exercise was monitored and evaluated by Greater Sudbury Fire Services and tested Extendicare’s abilities to evacuate residents from their rooms to a safe zone during a minimum staff time of day, which typically would be a night shift.  Cambrian’s students got a first-hand look at what it takes to safely and quickly evacuate patients, including the roles and responsibilities and procedures they will need to follow when they graduate and are taking care of vulnerable patients in a health care setting.

Cambrian’s Varsity Volleyball Team Scores a Huge Win

Posted on Tuesday February 16, 2016

Sara Charlton was already certain that the match, Sunday afternoon, versus the St Clair Saints, was going to be an emotional one. One of two fifth year members of the Cambrian Golden Shield women’s volleyball …

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