Canadian LPN travel nurse
- 0Jan 2, '13 by CaregureentedWould anyone happen to if LPNs can travel aboard, like the states or anywhere else like Australia? If so do you know of any angencies that might be helpful. Also what are the requirements, like the years and stuff. I have looked at the previous threads abouth this subject but they have not answered my question especially as a Canadian LPN. If anyone knows anything about Canadian travel nursing could you please relay that information to me. It would be really helpful. Thanks so much!!!!!!!
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- 0Jan 2, '13 by Fiona59Australia has Enrolled Nurses which are the equivalent of LPNs. You'd have to be licensed in the Australian state or territory you wanted to work in. I've never heard of anyone doing it.
Even in Canada it is very expensive to hold multiple provincial licenses (between $300-500) per province.