Welcome to NurseFact.com – your one-stop resource for Internationally Educated Nurses(IEN) seeking to become registered nurses in Ontario, Canada. My name is Sam, and I am the founder and chief author of this blog. As an internationally educated nurse myself, I understand the challenges that come with the pursuit of nursing in a new country. With this blog, I aim to provide valuable insights, guidance, and support to my fellow IENs as they navigate the complex process of becoming a registered nurse in Ontario.
A little bit about me:
I am an Internationally Educated Nurse (IEN) with experience in general Surgery and the Critical Care Unit. After completing my nursing education and gaining valuable experience in my home country, I moved to Ontario, Canada, to further my career. Through perseverance and hard work, I successfully became a registered nurse in Ontario. Now, I am eager to share my knowledge and experiences with others on the same journey.
At NurseFact.com, we are committed to providing you with accurate, up-to-date information about the registration process, examination preparation, bridging programs, and job opportunities. I aim to make the journey to becoming a registered nurse in Canada as smooth as possible for all IENs.
In addition to practical guidance, our blog also features personal stories, tips, and advice from other internationally educated nurses who have successfully made the transition. Our community of dedicated contributors is eager to help answer your questions, provide encouragement, and share their experiences to make your journey easier.
We believe that knowledge is power, and by equipping you with the right tools and information, we at NurseFact, want to help you to achieve your dreams of becoming a registered nurse in Ontario. We invite you to explore our blog, engage with our community, and embark on this exciting journey.
Together, we can make a difference in the lives of IENs and contribute to the diverse and thriving nursing community in Canada.