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  1. McMaster Nursing? Is it worth it?
    only clinical is pass/fail.... but i wouln't say that makes it any less challenging than any other class. All the rest of the classes are graded, and yes you do need to do well, especially if you...
    Apr 17, '09
    Forum: International Nursing
  2. help with acls
    I just did mine a few weeks ago with QRS education. I believe they are based in whitby, but will travel southern ontario to offer courses if you want to look into them.
    Nov 10, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  3. Ireland Nursing, questions from a Canadian RN
    Hi, I recently went through the process of trying to get registered with the Irish nursing board. I am a Canadian trained nurse with expereince in ER from Ontario. I started the application...
    Nov 5, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  4. Which way should I go??
    I'm not sure what this fear of not having experience stems from.... alot of people do the RN program straight out of highschool with little work/life experience (myself included, not meant to be a...
    Nov 5, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  5. fuultime or part time?
    Hello, I suppose it will depend on a few things. I can give you information that pertains to the ONA's collective agreement, but that will only be relavent if you are working in ontario at a...
    Sep 21, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  6. Some pt's are outrageous in Canada!
    I work emergency too and I feel your pain. People today are so egocentric. There is really nothing you can tell them that will make people like that lady you mentioned feel better about waiting. It's...
    Sep 21, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  7. Possibility of Working in ICU as a new grad
    If that's the area you want to work in and you have a palcement there, I suggest you work really hard at your placement, make sure you meet the manager of the unit and at some point in your...
    Sep 14, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  8. Competition for Masters Programs
    would it being competetive prohibit you from applying? 60 sounds like a large number for a graduate program as those who do thesis based need to be superivised by a nursing professor. From what I...
    Aug 11, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  9. Private Messages available after 15 post
    thanks for letting us know... I hopefully will be able to PM now (15th post!)
    Aug 3, '08
    Forum: allnurses News and Announcements
  10. role(s) of RN in Ontario
    I don't believe I am missing the point at all. I believe this discussion on poop is missing the point. I know LOTS of people i went to school with who have not set foot on a hosopital/facility floor...
    Aug 3, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  11. role(s) of RN in Ontario
    Have you considered a job in public health? Counselling? out pt. Psych, Diabetes RN?, health informatics? (there have been a few RN's I work with who left the unit for a time to work on developing...
    Aug 2, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  12. Any nurses in Europe??
    Hey.... If you click on my name to see previous posts, read the one(s) titled 'Dublin anyone?' that pretty much sums it up. It's too bad to hear that it's not going much better for you in Germany....
    Jul 31, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  13. period of adaptation ireland
    I gave a detailed account of my expereince in annother thread. If you click on my name you should be able to find it... I think the original title was "dublin anyone" or something like that. As I...
    Jul 29, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  14. McMaster 2 Year BScN Accelerated?
    I can try to give you some information, although I dont' know how well I'll be able to answer the specific questions. 1. being male - not sure what you already know about this. Do you mean...
    Jul 14, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  15. Dublin anyone??
    Thanks guys. I would have thought 4 years would be enough too, and to be short by 1,000 hrs just didn't make sense to me. I did go through the transcrips, and contacted my school directly....
    Jun 27, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  16. Dublin anyone??
    As i recently learned, any nurses from canada/us/austrailia (bascially non eu) do not qualify for direct registration. They say they look at everyone on an indivisual basis, but if your education is...
    Jun 27, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  17. McMaster Nursing? Is it worth it?
    I just came accross this thread and thought i'd add my 2 cents. I graduated from McMaster Nursing 2 years ago. I know alot of people have criticisms of the program - it's certainly not perfect,...
    Jun 27, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  18. my good nursing life in ireland
    Have you found a place to do your 6 week adaptation yet? and are you working with an agency to find work or doing it on your own?
    May 5, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  19. RN or paramedic
    I used to consider paramedicine too. i though it would be more exciting, more intense. And I know in alot of cases (shotings, traffic accidents) it is. I am an RN and I ended up working in a busy...
    Apr 30, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  20. Any Canadian trained nurses working in Dublin out there? i need some advice
    Hello... if anyone has had a similar experience.....please help. I was educated at McMaster University and completed my BScN in 2006. I worked since then in a busy inner city ER/trauma centre -...
    Apr 30, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  21. my good nursing life in ireland
    I haven't had time to read all the posts, so if this seems a bit off, I apologize. I am a Canadian, got my BScN from McMaster University 2006 and since then worked in a busy inner city ER/trauma...
    Apr 30, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  22. Prep course for CRNE....
    I'll try to help if I can.... I took the test in June 2006 after completing my degree at McMaster, in ontario. The book was helpful, read the introduction very carefully - there is actually a wealth...
    Apr 28, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  23. period of adaptation ireland
    Hi, I am in a similar situation (canadian nurse, needing adaptation placement) I suppose it depends on where you are based in Ireland, but I'm based in the city centre and none of the 'approved'...
    Apr 28, '08
    Forum: International Nursing


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