Moving to North Bay

  1. Hi everyone
    I will be moving to North Bay shortly
    I would like to work in a hospital setting, the problem is I haven't been in a hospital setting since 1992.
    All my experience is is home care nursing
    Any suggestions??
    Does anyone know if Canadore offers Nurse refresher.
    I am willing to volunteer my time on an active floor just for the experience.
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  2. 7 Comments

  3. by   Sarah, RNBScN
    Check out this site
    www.canadorec.on.ca
    Best of luck!

    Sarah
  4. by   Sarah, RNBScN
    Try these...

    www.campusaccess.com

    www.distanceedcanada.ca

    Happy searching....

    Sarah
  5. by   sixes
    Thank you for the tips. I will go and check them out right now
    Have a nice day
  6. by   canada
    I was out of hosp. nursing for 15 years, worked community all this time. I took a RN refresher at Cambrian in Sudbury. 3 modules and clinical. My goal was'ent hosp. nursing but LTC. It gave the confidence to step outside my comfort level and move on to a new field. I Highly reccomend the course. If Canador dosent offer it Sudbury is only 1 1/2 hours away and it's twice a week or so it was then 2 years ago.
    :roll
  7. by   passing thru
    Where is North Bay? Does everyone in Canada know what you mean when you write "I'm moving to North Bay." ?
    I have this vision that you are moving to the the southern border of
    Hudson Bay.... am I close?
    My Canadian geopgraphy knowledge is awful.
  8. by   Sarah, RNBScN
    Most Canadian's know their provinces very well. Compared to the US...we have less to keep track of. You have how many states, 52? That would be difficult to keep up with. No you are not close...look at www.mapquest.com (good try...that is way north).

    Sixes...did you ever get info. on refresher courses from the websites I sent you. Let us know since that post was way back in March.

    All the best,

    Sarah
  9. by   passing thru
    I looked up NorthBay,Canada on google and got all the info. Sounds like a great place to live. I even read about the Dionne museum there... a huge event in my grandmothers time. She saved articles and pictures and calendars of them during the 40's and 50's.
    Thanks for the tip.

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