On November 18, 2021, Prince Edward Island (PEI) called nurses with international credentials to upgrade their qualifications and complete the Registered Nurse (RN) Bridging / Re-Entry Education Program to work as registered nurses in PEI. The RN Bridging Program helps nurses integrate into the Canadian healthcare system through a mixture of courses and practice work. Since the program began in 2019, a total of 19 nurses have completed the program. Nurses are eligible to get up to $3,750 in funding to cover their tuition. Nurses interested in the program are advised to contact the College of Registered Nurses of PEI (CRNPEI).
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