White Rock, Canada (PressExposure) September 29, 2009 -- It might not be easy to become a nurse in Canada especially if you graduated with your nursing credentials in another country.
Recent research has indicated that many internationally educated nurses give up on the process of trying to become a registered nurse in Canada because of difficulty with Canadian immigration of even the registration process.
http://www.registered-nurse-canada was established to help anyone who is considering becoming a nurse in Canada. Started by a nurse educator with over 35 years experience the unique nature of the nursing profession is explored and there is information for all types of nursing and nursing careers including registered nurse salary information, details about Canadian registered Nurse Exam and exploration of various aspects of nursing practice such as ethics.
There is a real nursing shortage in the Canadian health care system and it is unlikely to be resolved any time soon. Nursing jobs are plentiful, well paid, and you can enjoy the many benefits offered from the labor union collective agreements such as medical and dental insurance, paid education leave, disability insurance, and overtime pay for working on statutory holidays.
A registered nurse in Canada is an important member of the health care team. The nursing profession is highly respected in the Canadian society. Nurses have worked hard to establish themselves as a respectable profession and have contributed a great deal to the improvement of the health of Canadians.
Canadians enjoy a high standard of living and The United Nations ranks Canada among the top four countries for its Human Development Index.
It might not be easy to become a nurse in Canada but it is definitely worth the effort.