All About the Nursing Code of Ethics, a Practical Summary!

Did you know that nurses must respect a professional code of ethics? According to the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ), there is a guide for daily practice in the health care setting, which serves to protect patients (or the general public), but also to guide the role of nurses in their workspaces. Let’s discover the nursing code of ethics, its importance, its history, its principles, its fields of application and its implications. A brief summary that will help you understand the ramifications of the high professional and ethical standards these health care [...]

Discovering the Far North: Free information session for nurses

The Far North is a land of enchantment and promises, opening its doors to nurses in expanded roles. Our free information session is designed to immerse you in this unique adventure, revealing the nuances of work, daily life and culture in this exceptional region. Explore with us the professional opportunities and specific challenges that make the Far North such an exciting place to grow. Our commitment is to provide you with the complete picture, illuminating your path to informed career decisions by highlighting expanded role training for nurses.   Unique insights into the Far North [...]

Explore the Essentials of the Soluguide, a Nursing Workbook for Expanded Roles

You've discovered Solutions Nursing's Soluguide and wondered why it's an indispensable tool for nurses working in expanded roles? The Soluguide stands out above all as a medical tool and clinical guide for nurses, thanks in particular to its versatility, as it offers invaluable support in a variety of situations specific to the profession. Whether in the context of community health care or in emergency situations, medical and nursing staff can draw on the concrete, practical information provided by this tool.   Discovering the Soluguide: A Practical Guide for Increased Confidence This clinical assessment guide, designed [...]

The Different Types of Nurses in Quebec

You have probably already tried to understand the different types of nurses in Quebec, without, however, succeeding completely. There is a lot of confusion about the tasks and responsibilities of nurses in the province’s healthcare system, a role that is nevertheless essential! Let’s review the distinction between a registered nurse, a clinical nurse specialist, a specialized nurse practitioner and a licensed practical nurse in order to understand their everyday tasks, but also their specialties. Registered Nurse (RN) On a daily basis, registered nurses, abbreviated as RN, come into direct contact with patients and provide them [...]

Studying to Become a Nurse in Canada

When it comes to becoming a health professional, studying to become a nurse in Canada or making a career change, in particular the province of Quebec, stands out as an amazing choice for students from across the world. Offering high-quality training and a wealth of opportunities for aspiring nurses, Canada is home to a diversity of schools that prepare future healthcare professionals for a rewarding career. In this article, we will explore the exciting paths to studying and becoming a nurse in Quebec, one of Canada's most popular provinces for nursing education.   Studying in [...]

Why Expanded Role Training Is Essential to Work in Northern Canada

Do the wide-open spaces of the North intrigue you? Have you always enjoyed caring for people on a daily basis and achieving personal challenges all at once? A nurse training will offer you exactly that thanks to a rewarding profession, constantly evolving and filled with human interactions that will follow you for a long time. Health Care Challenges in Northern Canada To find out what this extraordinary professional experience has in store for you in terms of working conditions, view our offers here. These experiences resonate with you, but you wonder what the differences are [...]

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