jimmieN 787 Views
Joined: Jun 11, '01;
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What would be the steps to take to work as a nurse in Canada for an LPN?
Any information would be most helpful
Man, that is rough, but let me thank you for being there and trying your best. Without nurses like you there would be noone we could hand our precious bundles to for healing.
I would say, the best way to present yourself is to get in front of the person. So go down there, find the Manager and get in front of them and hand them a copy of the resume. Then, follow up in person a time or two.
It worked for me
This post is most upsetting. I started my career as a CNA in a Long Term Care facility. I learned that these people are not pieces of meat, but they are real people. I also realize that this post was not meant to demean or belittle the nursing profession. The mistake here is the inexperience of the person making the post. You are the person, if you graduate, that will need to make the "public" aware of our needs and problems. You also need to approach people as human beings and not objects to be discarded. If you think this way, why are you trying to join this profession? I know i am in the minority in nursing (being a male) and I have respect for almost every nurse I have worked with because they work as hard or harder than I. I love this profession and whether I am in long term care or on a med surg floor, these people mean a great deal to me,and the people I work with. I would hope that you would readdress this issue with yourself, and rethink your reasons for entering this most noble of professions.
I am in the process of being offered a travel position in a Hospital in PA near Allentown and was wodering about it.
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