Award Recipient

Natalie Morgunov

Johnson & Johnson Award

I graduated with an honours Bachelor of Health Sciences degree from the University of Calgary in 2011. In September 2012, I will be starting my third year of the Bachelor of Nursing program at the University of Calgary. I have extensive research experience in the laboratory and the clinical field of injury prevention. I currently am and have been involved in various volunteer opportunities throughout the years, with the intent of contributing to my community to a fuller extent. I have found my most important volunteer work to be with the Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured (ARBI). I work with my clients, who are stroke or traumatic brain injury survivors, by assisting with them with their speech, occupational therapy, and physiotherapy sessions. I offer my clients support, encouragement, and assistance with a program created to fulfill their rehabilitation goals. I have witnessed the benefits of collaborative care through this process, and volunteering with ARBI helped me to recognize my passion for nursing. I hope to graduate from the program with a strong understanding of nursing competencies that will allow me to begin a career as a cardiology or operating room nurse. I look forward to one day using my nursing education to work with Doctors Without Borders. I am grateful for the generosity of the scholarship donors and honoured to have my work recognized by the CNF Johnson & Johnson Award

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