Where are you from? - page 8

Just want to get an idea of where everyone is located, and where they went for their nursing education! I'll start: 1. Vancouver, BC 2. BCIT (starting soon ... jan06)... Read More

  1. Visit  Gamma profile page
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    I am from NFLD, currently living in Ontario. Trained as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in St John's at the General Hospital in class of '66. Went back to school 20 years later and graduated from last 21/2 year RN Diploma course at Humber College in 1987. Have travelled and worked in the middle east and am still employed full time but have slowed down to nightshift on a LTC floor.
  2. Visit  muffie profile page
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    been 20 years in Canada's beautiful capital Ottawa
  3. Visit  RNAnnjeh profile page
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    Oops...see below.
    Last edit by RNAnnjeh on Sep 18, '06 : Reason: forogt to quote message
  4. Visit  RNAnnjeh profile page
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    Quote from belmomma
    i live in a small city called owen sound in ontario. i am a bscn student with georgian college/york university.
    omg! i grew up in owen sound! i have a few years on you, so we may not have crossed paths. too funny!

    i'm in halifax now. did my rn diploma @ humber college in toronto, my bn in australia and my msn-ma through the us (distance ed).

    annjeh
  5. Visit  hjfrn profile page
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    Quote from rnannjeh
    omg! i grew up in owen sound! i have a few years on you, so we may not have crossed paths. too funny!

    i'm in halifax now. did my rn diploma @ humber college in toronto, my bn in australia and my msn-ma through the us (distance ed).

    annjeh
    hi
    any problems with getting canada to recognise your education from other countries?
  6. Visit  newfieinminnesota profile page
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    I am from NFLD, did my RN in Barrie Ont and worked in Texas and I am now working in Minnesota. Looking to get back to Canada though.
  7. Visit  RNAnnjeh profile page
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    Quote from hjfrn
    hi
    any problems with getting canada to recognise your education from other countries?
    no. none whatsoever. i'm sure that if i ever ventured into the phd world (not too likely at this point in time) i'd probably have to upgrade some courses. employers have not had any issues, nor have the other schools.

    annjeh
  8. Visit  TraumaNurse profile page
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    Wow, more Newfies on the board!
    I graduated from GHSN in 1995 (I grew up in St. John's). Moved to Texas that summer and have lived in TX, NM, NH, MD and now NJ. I finished my BSN here in the US and just finished my MSN in Nurse Anesthesia.
  9. Visit  Happytocare profile page
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    Hi everyone,
    I'm from Winnipeg Manitoba. I have nursed in Edmonton, Alberta but Winnipeg is wear I hang my hat and wear my parka.
  10. Visit  Gamma profile page
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    Wow! Nice to hear from so many Newfies. I can't imagine where one would travel in this world and not meet up with one. So Anjeeh when did you graduate from Humber College? Who knows, we may have crossed paths?
  11. Visit  Scrabbler profile page
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    New to allnurses...thought this as good a place to start as any! Got my BScN in Nova Scotia, now practicing in Alberta. I've met more Maritimers out here than you could believe!
  12. Visit  RNAnnjeh profile page
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    Quote from Gamma
    Wow! Nice to hear from so many Newfies. I can't imagine where one would travel in this world and not meet up with one. So Anjeeh when did you graduate from Humber College? Who knows, we may have crossed paths?
    I graduated from Humber in 1995. You?
  13. Visit  nurse_clown profile page
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    Quote from rnannjeh
    i graduated from humber in 1995. you?
    [font="comic sans ms"]i graduated from humber college in toronto in 1995. then i got my bachelor's degree from brock u. not in nursing but recreation and leisure studies. but yeah, humber college, i enjoyed my time there. i lived in the residence next door. thursday night "pub night" at jj mugs down the street.

    good times, yep! good times.


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