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NCLEX Movement Letters

NCLEX Movement Letters

Hello members,   Please view our movement letters below:   NCLEX Movement Letter #1 – Francophone Issues #francoPHONEhungup NCLEX Movement Letter #2 – Curriculum changes NCLEX Movement Letter #3 – Canadian context #CanadianNONtent[...]

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Studying to Be a Canadian Nurse or Studying to Take an American Exam?

Studying to Be a Canadian Nurse or Studying to Take an American Exam?

Studying to Be a Canadian Nurse or Studying to Take an American Exam? Canadian nursing students concerned with continued use of controversial American entry-to-practice exam. Press Release: In January 2015, the Registered Nurses (RN) entry-to-practice[...]

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NCLEX Education Campaign

NCLEX Education Campaign

#educateyourself #protectnursingfuture

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NEW – 2018 CNSA National Conference Travel Award

NEW – 2018 CNSA National Conference Travel Award

***NEW AWARD OPPORTUNITY*** CNSA is excited to announce that the application period for the 2018 CNSA National Conference Travel Award is now open! This award is being offered as part of the new CNSA Legacy Fund. This is an opportunity for 10[...]

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The Canadian Nursing Students' Association (CNSA) is the national voice of Canadian nursing students. Our goal is to increase the legal, ethical, professional, and educational aspects which are an integral part of nursing. CNSA is actively dedicated to the positive promotion of nurses and the nursing profession as a whole.

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Scholarly Showcase Call for Abstracts:
CNSA Scholarly Showcase is announcing a Call for Abstracts for the 2018 Canadian Nursing Students’ Association (CNSA) National Conference in Nanaimo, British Columbia January 23rd-27th. Two prizes of $250 will be awarded by CANR.

Abstract Submission Guidelines:

Submissions can be made in either French or English. Please indicate on the abstract in which language you wish to present.
Indicate your name, school and title of project.
Authors must organize and present the research abstract with the following information (Please do not use headings):

Background or significance of the project;
Purpose of the investigation
Methods to collect and analyze the data;
Results of the study; and
Conclusions, including implications for practice

The abstract should be a maximum of 300 words and be submitted via email to research@cnsa.ca by January 8. Authors must be at National conference to present and accept their award.
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