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Hey I have been looking into nrsing in Alberta and have sent my application to CARNA, and still waiting for a reply! I know in Alberta you have to be trained in all aspects of nursing.

I was wondering if this was the case for BC? I have heard british nurses can work there in the chosen field? I am a paediatric nurse and have just over a years experience in PICU.

Any information is greatfully received x

Lisa x

Silverdragon102, BSN

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Hey I have been looking into nrsing in Alberta and have sent my application to CARNA, and still waiting for a reply! I know in Alberta you have to be trained in all aspects of nursing.

I was wondering if this was the case for BC? I have heard british nurses can work there in the chosen field? I am a paediatric nurse and have just over a years experience in PICU.

Any information is greatfully received x

Lisa x

All provinces require training in all areas and each application is assessed individually and depending on your transcripts will depend on college response.

Pediatric Critical Care Columnist

NotReady4PrimeTime, RN

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I got your text message, Smiler3. How goes it?

Smiler3

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Specializes in PICU.

Hey Jan

I got your txt back too, just haven't had time to reply and watching the cost, just glad finally got it to work! ha ha

We are gutted to be back and really missing Canada, we had a fab week in Cagary after leaving Edmonton, we had more heat and snow! We found a wedding venue and fingers crossed can start planning now!

How was your conference? We are missing canada that much we are thinking of looking at the normal visa route and see where that take us!

How's things with you x xx

libras_56

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hi guys... im a landed immigrant in vancouver BC .. and im planning to take the canadian board exam?does anyone of you know about the requirements how would i take the exam and what are the preparations needed????Do you HAve any contact of ANdrew Reyes review center ?i guess he own a review center in canada.... Anyone of ou here has a contact or a website of andrew reyes review center???

plzz do replyy.. badly needed it........

thanks and god blessssssssss

Pediatric Critical Care Columnist

NotReady4PrimeTime, RN

5 Articles; 7,358 Posts

Specializes in NICU, PICU, PCVICU and peds oncology.

There are many threads on this forum about the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination. Please do some reading. You can start here: FAQ: The Canadian Registered Nurse Examination (CRNE) then you can scroll through the threads on this forum. If you can't find all the information you could ever need, then come back with some more specific questions. As for the Andrew Reyes review centre, we do not permit commercial solicitation or advertising on these forums. You might check the allnurses.com classified section to see if there is any information there. You may also want to review the Terms of Service. TOS Thank you for your interest.

libras_56

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ok thnk you so much... cause im really having a hard time looking for a review center in canada specifically in vancouver bc.....and at the same time i have to be prepared enough in taking the CRNE.

thnk you so much,

god bless

libras_56

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hi guyz.. do you have any idea where could i found a review center for nurses in canada....??badly needed it.... as i went along browsing the other messages in these forum i have seen one review center yet it was based in ontario.. it would be a privilege, if i could locate a review center within the vancouver.... thanks .....badly needed it.... thnkzzzz...

god blesssssss

Pediatric Critical Care Columnist

NotReady4PrimeTime, RN

5 Articles; 7,358 Posts

Specializes in NICU, PICU, PCVICU and peds oncology.

I really don't think there is such a thing. Canadian students are well-prepared to write the CRNE and don't usually utilize review centres. And the phenomenon of hiring large numbers of IENs in most areas of the country is very new, so there hasn't been a market for it.

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