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Nursing Students

This section will provide students with information related to the most common questions asked by those individuals coming to MSH for their clinical placements. A detailed compilation of information for students is available through your placement coordinator.

STUDENT GROUPS (INSTRUCTOR LED):

Faculty Instructors:

New faculty instructors must attend a mandatory Faculty Orientation Session (8:30am-4:30pm) offered once per semester. Any who do not attend the orientation will not be permitted to teach onsite.  Date will be listed on HSPnet.

Any faculty instructors who are current MSH staff or who have taught onsite within the last year are not required to attend the orientation.

Information regarding student badge/parking instructions will be given at this session.

Lockers

Faculty instructors are required to email locker requests at least two (2) weeks prior to the start date with a list of names including gender, to studentplacements@msh.on.ca. Please include dates required.

Required Modules

Markham Stouffville Hospital requires completion of modules listed in the student handbook, using this link: https://learn.msh.ca from any computer, within the hospital or externally. Network/password will be provided by your faculty advisor on your first day.

ID Badge

ID badges will be obtained on first day with your faculty advisor. Students and faculty instructors are required to wear both a school identification badge and a Markham Stouffville Hospital identification card at all times.

PRECEPTED STUDENTS:

Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation session prior to starting clinical placement. Dates will be listed on HSPnet. At this session you will receive your network information and access card. You are required to wear both a school identification badge and have your Markham Stouffville Hospital access card with you at all times.

Markham Stouffville Hospital requires completion of modules listed in the student handbook, using this link: https://learn.msh.ca from any computer, within the hospital or externally.