SASKATOON, Jan. 28, 2012 /CNW/ - The Canadian Nursing Students' Association (CNSA) is alarmed by the decision of Canadian registered nurse (RN) regulators to endorse the American‐based National Council of State Boards of Nursing (BCSBN) for the purpose of developing a new Canadian RN entry exam. We deem it vital for Canadian nursing students to procure a Canadian developed RN entry to practice exam.
As the national voice for nursing students across Canada, we want to speak up on behalf of the concerns of nursing students across the country. We wish to protect and promote the high quality standards that encompass Canadian health care values, beliefs, issues, culture, and context.
Position of nursing students across the country
|What:|| News Conference ‐ The position of CNSA on the Canadian RN entry to practice exam -
The view and concerns of nursing students across Canada
|Who:||Evan Jolicoeur, President, CNSA|
|When:||Saturday, January 28, 2012|
|11:00 AM||Room available for any technical set‐up required.|
|11:30 AM||Welcome remarks by Mary Strain, Vice‐President, CNSA|
|11: 33 AM|| CNSA president Evan Jolicoeur delivers CNSA's position on the
decision by the Canadian regulatory bodies for the RN entry to
|11:43 AM||Program concludes|
|Where:|| TCU Place
Gallery Suite 1
35 22nd Street East
The Canadian Nursing Students' Association (CNSA) is the national voice of nearly 30 000 Canadian nursing students. We are individuals, chapters, and lifetime/honorary members representing the interests and passions of students studying to be Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses, Practical Nurses, and Advance Practice Nurses across Canada.
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