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BScN in New Brunswick: Beal University Canada’s 30 Month Hybrid Nursing Program

Beal University Canada – Complete your Bachelors in Nursing in only 30 months! Beal University Canada offers a 30-month BScN program – with NO WAIT-LIST! “I am not able to put my life on hold for four years,” said Caroline, who has a dream of becoming a nurse. “I want to pursue nursing, but getting […]

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Beal University Canada Announces Scholarship for Canadian Students Pursuing a Nursing Career

Sackville, New Brunswick – February 22 , 2024 | Beal University Canada is proud to announce the establishment of the Beal University Canada BScN Scholarship, aimed at providing financial assistance to students seeking their nursing degree at Beal University Canada’s campus in Sackville, New Brunswick. The Beal University Canada BScN Scholarship is designed for students

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Beal University Canada BScN Program Available to Nova Scotians

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2024 SACKVILLE, New Brunswick – Beal University Canada in Sackville, N.B., has launched an innovative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) program, offering a unique opportunity for aspiring registered nurses in Nova Scotia to join the healthcare workforce quickly. Considering the well-known shortage of nurses in Nova Scotia, the program

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Canada Student Loan Forgiveness for Doctors and Nurses: Overview

Graduates of Beal University Canada’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in New Brunswick may qualify for Canada Student Loan forgiveness offered by the Government of Canada. While eligibility is not guaranteed, graduates may be considered if they meet the outlined criteria. For more information go to: Government of Canada’s Student Aid website.  Canada Student

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Critical State’ Hospital Protocol Could Make Nursing Home Situation Worse, Says Union Rep

If people waiting in hospital for a nursing home bed get moved to an understaffed nursing home, their level of care and quality of life could decrease, says the head of the union for nursing homes. (Roger Cosman/CBC) A new protocol that gives priority for nursing home beds to people waiting for them in a

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Registration Fees Waived for Newly Graduated Nurses

News Release HealthPost-Secondary Education, Training and Labour – Registration fees waived for newly graduated nurses (gnb.ca)15 January 2024 FREDERICTON (GNB) – The latest collaboration between the provincial government and the Nurses Association of New Brunswick will exempt newly graduated nursing students from first-time registration fees. “Nursing recruitment is key to ensuring we have a well-staffed health-care

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Beal University Canada Launches Innovative BScN Program in New Brunswick

On campus labs are held at the Sackville Memorial Hospital. Our lab is equipped with high fidelity simulators to help engage students and develop their nursing skills. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sackville, New Brunswick – January 9, 2024  – Yahoo News Beal University Canada is proud to announce the commencement of its new Bachelor of Science

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The Growing Need for Nurses in Canada: Addressing the Healthcare Crisis

  The healthcare system in Canada is facing a crisis. With an aging population and a growing need for healthcare services, there is a shortage of nurses across the country. This shortage is particularly acute in provinces such as New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, where there is limited access to nursing education programs. However, advancements

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