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At around four hundred thousand strong, nurses are the backbone of the Canadian healthcare industry, as well as its largest profession. Consistently ranked the most trusted profession in Canada year after year, nurses play an increasingly large role not just in providing care but in the administrative side of healthcare.

Nursing in Canada

The Canadian Nurses Associations predicted that a staggering 60,000 nurses will be needed by 2022 in order to fill labor shortages. Nurses are highly sought after throughout the country, in both urban and rural areas.

Registered nurses may work in a wide range of capacities, all of which are needed in Canada. These include:

  • Nurse practitioners
  • Nurse researchers
  • Specialized nurses (burn patient, dialysis, cardiology, nephrology)
  • Nurse instructors
  • Psychiatric nurses
  • Nurse technicians  

According to the recent government survey, nurses make on average $95,500/year. This range may vary between 50600$ to 145000$. However, according to the Ontario Nurse’s Association, a career nurse in the province can make over $71,875 or 36.86 pre hour. Nurses who go on to management positions in their field may top even this, showing clinical nursing manager salaries in Canada at over $105,000. “Nurses are critical to ensuring the health of Canada’s population,” said Attorney Cohen. “There is no question that for their work, Canadians are willing to pay top dollar.”

Earning this amount of money at this time where corona has badly affected every career option and situation is quite satisfying for everyone. Since the pandemic is still in full form of action, only doctors and nurses are working and getting their decided pay. So in any worst happening, medicine is the only option which makes the best option for career choice.

Different types of Education for Nurses in Canada:-

Registered Nurses (RNs) and Registered/Licensed Practical Nurses (L/RPNs) are different types nurses which are working throughout Canada and have to study a diverse range of mandated subjects including: –  physiology, anatomy, pathophysiology, epidemiology, microbiology, nutrition  dietetics, pharmacology, organic chemistry, nursing theory and nursing skill.

Like any other regulated professions, after completing graduation from an approved program in a recognized school, nursing students pass a licensing test before they can practice as a nurse.

  • After completing a 2-3 year diploma program in nursing and passing the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE) Computer Based Examination, one can work as an RPN.
  • After completing a 4-year bachelor’s degree in nursing or bachelor of science in nursing and passing the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) Computer Based Examination, one can work as an RN.
  • After completing a professional master’s degree in nursing and passing appropriate nurse practitioner examinations, one may work as a NP.

The profession of nursing varies differently at the provincial and territorial level keeping up with the principles of professional regulation instructed by the International Council of Nurses. In the western provinces, psychiatric nurses are governed by Distinct legislation.

All registered nurses and nurse practitioners in the province of Alberta are expected to maintain their clinical competence in order receive an annual practice permit from the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta which also lays standards for scope of practice and provides practice support.

If any student wants to pursue their dream of studying nursing in Canada and wants any information regarding course choice, they can visit us at our branch offices in Amritsar, Ludhiana and Chandigarh or can call us at +91 9814315646 .

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