(IEN) I need help about the ENTRY-TO-PRACTICE COMPETENCIES... - page 2
My CNO application has finally arrived and they told me that I did not meet the program requirement for registration as a Registered Nurse in Ontario. The CNO even told me that they compared my information in my application... Read More
- 0Mar 23, '12 by dishesomabusamra
Based on previous AN posters discussions, the registration committee meets, discusses the theory and clinical requirements you are lacking , sends a letter of direction advising you to either apply to a bridging program and/or apply to have CNO assess your education as equivalent to a practical nurses.
- 0Apr 13, '12 by louie_philip22hi, i also receive a letter from cno and saying i did not meet the requirements for registration as a registered nurse in ontario.
i have a question for you. are you registered nurse from your original country or not, because i am not registered nurse in my country and i just graduated last april 2011. my sister also received a letter from cno but her papers are different from me, maybe because she is a registered nurse in the philippines. so is this entry to practice competencies are only for those who are not registered in their original country?
- 0May 31, '12 by missysgHi,
I recently received a letter from CNO asking to justify the 'not met' competencies (for RN).
Can anyone explain what the following competencies means?
#52 - "Negotiates priorities of care with clients while demonstrating an awareness of the influence of existing positional power relationships."
#113 - "Understands that policies can influence attitudes, beliefs and the practices of health care providers, who must be advocates for equitable access to health care resources".
#120 - "Identifies and implements activities that maintain one's fitness to practice".
Thanks in advance.