A selection of articles about CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses and about issues that relate to CARE Centre.
The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) and CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) commend the Ontario government for expanding the Nursing Graduate Guarantee program.
CARE Centre Celebrates 216 Newly Registered Nurses during National Nursing Week May 6-12th, Issues Call for Nominations for 2013 Joan Lesmond Internationally Educated Nurse of the Year Award
The CNO evaluates RN candidates on their educational background to determine if their previous studies have equipped them with the nursing knowledge, skill and judgment equal to that of a recent graduate of an Ontario RN nursing program.
CARE Centre’s IEN Connector e-newsletter covers a range of topics to promote member success, important partnerships and CARE Centre’s custom programs such as Language and Communication for Nurses and Exam Preparation and Review. Readers can find the publication through Facebook and LinkedIn and will be alerted to new issues through Twitter. You can read back issues on the CARE Centre website.
To further enhance the CARE Centre community, we've created a secured website exclusive to our members and staff where you can share your experiences gaining registration and employment, see job postings and employer profiles, and use forums to post buy and sell listings, invite members to local events, find out about volunteer opportunities, and even contribute recipes for our fundraising e-cookbook in the works!
CARE Centre Member Ismail El-Assaad a Valued Registered Nurse in the London Health Sciences Centre’s University Hospital Intensive Care Unit
CARE Centre has posted a new FAQ to provide more information on the recent changes made by the College of Nurses of Ontario that will directly affect your process of registration as an RN or RPN. You should contact your CARE Centre case manager to discuss your specific circumstances, and plan your next steps.
CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) is pleased to announce the official opening of an office in Kingston to serve clients in southeastern Ontario.
CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses Releases 2011-2012 Interactive Annual Report and Conference Board of Canada Profile
CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) has published its 2011-2012 annual report in an interactive format, making available video, audio and print documents relating to highlights of the last fiscal year, including the organization’s 10th anniversary celebration.
Health Minister Deb Matthews sends a greeting to the winner of the 2012 CARE Centre Joan Lesmond IEN of the Year Award, London-based ICU nurse Ismail El-Assadd, RN.