Fiona59 46,826 Views
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Well, that's that "American exceptionalism" you hear so much about. We're special ...
No Canadian nurse or doctor has ever lost their licence working in a needle exchange or safe site.
I'm really noticing a huge difference between American posters and the rest of the world in this thread
Google the programme. Find out how many graduates pass the registration exam on the first try.
Also read the forum. AHS has an unofficial hiring freeze. Calgary and Edmonton are having a hard time absorbing recent grads into the system. Do not believe school recruiters when they urge you to sign up because of the demand for nurses.
Call CLPNA and talk to a practice consultant.
It can be done. I know an LPN who was doing it.
What country are you in?
I once explained the difference between LPNs and RNs in terms that people could understand. I live in a military town. LPN = enlisted. RN = officer.
Both roles/ranks valuable. Many skills overlap.
I want to know where s/he did those clinical because the majority if nurses were sweet! How patronizing.
Clip, clop, the space under the bridge has a vacancy
May she have a good transition to the next stage of her journey.
She will be remembered.
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