Published Jul 4, 2016
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dishes, BSN, RN
Have you read the IENCAP-Participant guide? It is available on touchstoneinstitute ca. It describes what the OSCE entails.
Have you signed up to attend an OSCE information session with healthforceontario?
I'm not sure if you are aware, but there are free occupation specific language training courses offered in Ontario. The OSLT for healthcare professionals allows IENs the opportunity to practice communication skills such as; health assessment interviews, end-of-shift report, receiving doctor's orders over the phone, accurate charting, common medical and technical abbreviations. It's worthwhile to take the course to enhance your communication skills, as they are a component of the OSCE assessment and an important part of everyday nursing practice. You can find where to register through co-oslt org
Could you please tell me what university you went to school at and what your degree was? I will be applying for my NNAS in June when I graduate, and I am REALLY hoping I get the same results.
The person who started this thread is the only person I have heard of so far who received a comparable result in which OSCE (IENCAP) was not required. Where are you currently obtaining your nursing degree?
according to pawara's previous thread entitled 'temporary registration' she completed a BSN in India.
You should not apply to NNAS immediately after you graduate, you should wait until you have RN work experience.
Can I ask I'm graduated in philippines but i'am Inn Canada now can I send the form in philippines via email not in a courier? Are they accepting a digital signature?
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