loriangel14 RN

Acute Care, Rehab, Palliative

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loriangel14 is a RN and specializes in Acute Care, Rehab, Palliative.

I am an RPN in Ontario Canada. I am a single mom of two girls.

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    USA to Canada

    I only mentioned citizenship because the OP said they were going to maintain dual citizenship. I know you don't need citizenship to work in Canada. You most certainly do need to be fluent in French to work in Quebec. It's a requirement.
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    UK nurse moving to Canada

    You will have have theory and clinical hours in adult, peds, OB/gyn and mental health nursing in your school transcripts to be licensed in Canada.
  3. We don't have travel nursing and you would have to be fluent in French to work in Quebec.
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    USA to Canada

    As previously mentioned you would need to be fluent in French to work in Quebec. We don't have travel nursing but agencies exist. Do you have your BSN? Gaining citizenship takes time, you need to get your PR first and then citizenship takes at least ...
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    Can a US trained CNA work in Canada as PSW or HCA

    The board of nursing has nothing to do with PSW credentials. It would more depend on finding an employer that will hire you with the training that you have. You should be fine.
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    UofT Nursing for an RPN?

    Is it a bridging program? You will have to check with the program regarding the 9 year old prerequisites. Usually 5 years is the cut off. Good luck.
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    Independent cosmetic nursing

    An RN friend if mine has her own business doing this and she has no MD or NP involved. She does have extensive education and certifications. She's in Ontario
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    Finished High School: Need Help With Program Selection

    With all due respect you don't sound mature enough for nursing yet. You need more than good grades. You have replied to people here with attitude and you will gave a tough go of it in a BSN program.
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    CPNRE - test times

    Tests are usually June, September and January.
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    Care Partners?

    Just a visiting nurse in the community. Glad to hear positive feedback. Fingers crossed. I only applied yesterday.
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    Care Partners?

    ? Thanks for the reply. I did spend 8 years as a PSW in the community before I was an RPN so I am used to the sights ( and smells) of the community. You never know what you are walking into. I feel fairly confident of working on my own since I have o...
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    Care Partners?

    Did you enjoy it? Were they supportive?
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    Care Partners?

    Has anyone here worked for Care Partners? Specifically in Ontario? I've heard mixed reviews.
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    Dealing with death

    Palliative care is a very special job. You are assisting the patient on their final journey. Emotion is fine as long as it doesn't interfere with you being professional. The best you can do is make sure the patient is comfortable ( pain meds, especia...
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    Do I have what it takes to be a nurse?

    Yeah multitasking and getting yelled at are part of the package, so is stress.You need to be thick skinned. Not all places have 12 hour shifts so don't get too hung up on the idea that you will only work 3 days a week.

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