Climbing the professional ladder has been quick for Hammond-Collins, which she credits in part to the high standard of professional training and strong connections she made with faculty, fellow students and health professionals while studying at the SPH.
As a graduate of McGill University's nursing program, Hammond-Collins was seeking a master's degree that would give her hands-on experience during the program.
"What pulled me to choose the U of S was a combination of the excellent program they offered and the practicum. Having hands-on experience during your studies is really important to prepare you for the work force," she said.
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