Follow the career path of a nursing graduate from school through to becoming a Community Care Access Centre Case Manager five years later.
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New grad hires Melissa and Allison were happy to share their experiences at North York General.
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Registered Nurses Erin Okanik and Abigail Keeso share their experiences as new grads starting out their healthcare careers in Ontario hospitals.
New grad RNs explain what it’s like to start a nursing career with Northern Health at the new state-of-the-art Fort St. John Hospital in Northern B.C.
New grad Registered Nurse Brittney Peebles works with new moms and their babies at Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Three different individuals before, during and after graduating, showing the real-life struggles of students at each of these three stages.
Ryerson University Nursing grad Eunice Llagas works in The Scarborough Hospital’s Telemetry unit.
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For her placement this semester, fourth-year Queen’s University nursing student Jacqueline McQuaig is working as a student nurse with patients on the multi-organ transplant unit at SickKids hospital in Toronto.
A behind-the-scenes look at York University nursing grad Deven Singh’s work on the 3C surgery unit at Trillium Health Centre.