CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses

The Conference Board of Canada, 8 pages, June 13, 2012
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This profile spotlights CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses, a bridging model that has helped immigrant nurses successfully move from pre-registration to achieving registration and moving into nursing in Ontario.

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Language and professional communication skills are essential for nurses, but are often a barrier for internationally educated nurses seeking registration and employment in Canada. CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses is an important bridging model that has helped immigrant nurses successfully move from pre-registration to achieving registration and nursing employment in Ontario. This profile looks at the activities, impact, keys to success, and challenges of the CARE Centre program, as well as the lessons the model offers leaders of other organizations seeking to help internationally educated professionals.

The profile is part of a series of reports spotlighting initiatives that address one or more of the important factors that affect the success of employers in attracting and retaining new immigrants and integrating them into Canadian workplaces and communities. The intention of the series is to recognize that a globally competitive immigration system is a vital part of Canada’s growth.

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