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Announcing the Winners of the 2016 Joan Lesmond IEN of the Year Awards

  CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses Announces Winners of the 2016 Joan Lesmond IEN of the Year Awards For Immediate Release Toronto, October 24, 2016 The CARE Centre Joan Lesmond IEN of the Year Award is presented every November to two outstanding internationally educated nurses, one RPN and one RN. The award is named …

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CARE Centre’s IEN Connector – Spring 2016

CARE Centre Executive Director Sue VanDeVelde-Coke Sue VanDeVelde-Coke, RN, MA, MBA, PhD, has been meeting with organizations in the settlement and healthcare communities since becoming CARE Centre’s Executive Director at the beginning of the year. An established nursing leader, Sue has been renewing existing relationships with healthcare employers and nursing professional organizations and has been …

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Canada-Bound Internationally Educated Nurses Receive a Special PASS from CARE Centre for IENs

Canada-Bound Internationally Educated Nurses Receive a Special PASS from CARE Centre for IENs First Government-Funded Bridge Training Program in Ontario also Celebrating Fifteen Years of Supporting IENs Back into Practice in 2016 For Immediate Release – Toronto, February 25, 2016 Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has funded a new program at CARE Centre for …

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Nursing Leader Susan VanDeVelde-Coke Joins CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses as Executive Director

        Nursing Leader Susan VanDeVelde-Coke Joins CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses as Executive Director   For Immediate Release Toronto, January 19, 2016 The board of directors and staff of CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) are pleased to announce that Susan VanDeVelde-Coke, RN, MA, MBA, PhD, has been appointed Executive …

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CARE Centre is Here For Refugee Internationally Educated Nurses, their Families and Communities

CARE Centre joins all Ontarians in welcoming Syrian and other refugees to live and work in Canada free of fear and hardship, building new lives of promise and success. Those working to help settle individuals and families are asked to refer any internationally educated nurses to CARE Centre where we can assist them in the process …

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