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.
Dear Valued CARE Centre Members,
Happy Nursing Week!
The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife in honour of the 200th anniversary of the founder of modern nursing Florence Nightingale’s birth. The theme of this year’s National Nursing Week (May 11 – 17) is Nurses: A Voice to Lead — Nursing the World to Health. During this very challenging time of battling the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses are once again demonstrating heroism in nursing the world to health. I am writing with utmost respect and highest regard for your courage, expertise, and commitment to nursing and care to our community in this unprecedented time.
At CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses, we endeavour to support you on your journey of integration into the Canadian Health Care system and excel in your career. We take pride in your success, as your success is our success!
To allow you access to reliable information related to COVID-19, we have created a special section on our website to provide you with official websites and resources that you may find helpful. You will also find profiles of many of your peers who are currently at the frontline of combating COVID-19. With generous support from many outstanding nursing leaders, we are pleased to bring you a series of free online professional development webinars, and clinical skills related workshops with nominal cost. Our members only job board also features multiple career opportunities in all sectors of healthcare services in Ontario. I invite you to visit our new and refreshed website to find out more.
Take care, stay safe, and keep in touch – together we’ll overcome!
With admiration and gratitude,
Ruth Ruth Lee, RN, MScN, PhD
April 4, 2017 – canadianimmigrant
In the fall of 2015, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced it was funding a range of programs to help people in the immigration pipeline in a variety of ways. Pre-Arrival Supports and Services (PASS) for nurses falls into the occupation-specific category. Launched at the beginning of 2016, PASS is a project of CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs), a bridge-training program funded by the Government of Ontario.Read More