疫情下當局加速認證海外註冊護士 — Sep 16, 2020 (ON)
新冠疫情令前線醫護人員人手持續緊張, 加上省府宣布調派500名護士到各學校協助防疫工作, 令護士人手更見不足. 究竟在疫情下, 省府或監管當局有否放寬或加速吸納持有海外資歷的註冊護士, 以解燃眉之急呢? 專訪協助海外受訓護士獲取本地專業資格的國際受訓護士中心行政總監李濃歡博士。
For ten years, Trupti worked as a nurse in India. After moving to Canada in 2012, Trupti realized that she could not find a job without a license. She was not sure what to do. At CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses, they explained how nursing worked in Canada and guided her through the steps she needed to take. Since Trupti could not afford to pay for the additional courses she needed to complete, a loan from Windmill Microlending gave her the support she required. In 2016, Trupti received her RPN license, and, within a month, she landed her first job as a Registered Practical Nurse in Ontario. Read her success story.
Before you begin the application process you will want to understand Canadian requirements, your eligibility, and what you will need to prepare. The National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS) is here to help.
On Friday, June 19, from 9:00 am – 10:30 am EDT, Darlene Schindel, will be facilitating a special guest webinar for CARE Centre for IENs: Your Vision for Nursing 2020
Plan your Canadian Business from Abroad Entrepreneurship Connections® Pre-Arrival (ECP) is a free program that helps you explore entrepreneurship in Canada while making connections with business experts and other potential entrepreneurs. You will have opportunities to connect with on-theground entrepreneurship supports wherever you end up settling in Canada. If you’d like to explore how you could use your experience and education to start your own business, we are ready to support you.
Understanding and Addressing Sources of Anxiety Among Health Care Professionals During the COVID-19 Pandemic
On Tuesday, May 26, CARE Centre participated in the Partners in Education for Internationally Educated Nurses (PIE-IEN) online forum.
Please find attached the slides from all of the presentations.