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Canadian NCLEX-RN and Steps For Application - Part 1

Becoming a Registered Nurse in Canada For Internationally Educated Nurses Part 1 (Introduction to NCLEX-RN & NNAS) What is NCLEX-RN? What is NNAS? > The National Council Licensure Examination for > The registration process begins when the applicant has opened an account with the National which assesses the candidate's knowledge, abilities and Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS). This is the Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) is a Computer based test skills required to perform safely and competently as a National body that begins the initial document newly licensed entry level nurse. collection and assessment of all IEN's who want to > Total duration of the test is 6 hours, which includes work in Canada. tutorials & two pre-programmed optional breaks. The test includes 75-265 questions. There is no negative marking in this test. Major roles include: > Authenticating credentials for IENs > Comparing credentials with Canadian Nursing Competencies Assessed: Standards Safe and effective care environment > Electronically securing and storing all| v Management of care (17-23%) v Safety and Infection control (9-15%) > Health promotion and maintenance (6-12%) > Psychosocial Integrity (6-12%) > Physiological Integrity V Basic care and comfort (6-12%) credentials v Pharmacological and Parenteral therapies (12-18%) V Reduction of risk potential (9-15%) INSCOL * Physiological Adaptation (11-17%) For further information visit

Canadian NCLEX-RN and Steps For Application - Part 1

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