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Register now: NB critical care nursing program.

In collaboration with the University of New Brunswick (UNB), Universite de Moncton (U de M) and the regional health authorities, the Department of Health is proud to contribute to the professional development of nurses in New Brunswick. The N.B. Critical Care Nursing Program initiative is a standardized critical care certificate program, approved by the Nurses Association of New Brunswick, that Includes theory, practice as well as a supported, online learning environment. The program began with a specific focus on the intensive care unit, and has grown to include key concepts for nurses who function within an emergency care setting.

Courses may be offered to as many as eight sites depending on participants' location and are offered in both official languages.

Since the program's first offering in September 2002, 179 nurses have graduated with representation from all eight regional health authorities. The number of graduates from each region are as follows: Region 1, South East--36; Region 1 Beausejour--23; Rgion 2-44; Region 5-13; Region 6 -14; and Region 7-8.

In 2007 the tenth offering of the NBCCNP/PSICNB Program will take place in September 2007. Application deadline is May 30th 2007.

Contact information

NBCCNP, College of Extended Learning, University of New Brunswick, 6 Duffie Drive, Fredericton, NB E3B 5A3. Tel: 506-458-7726; fax: 506-453-3572; E-mail:; Web: nbccnp.php.

PSICNB, Education permanente, Universite de Moncton, Salle 340, Edifice Leopold-Taillon, Moncton, (N.-B.) E1A 3E9. Tel.: 1-800-567-3236 (toll free); tel: 506-858-4121; telecop.: 506-858-4489; Courriel:
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Title Annotation:University of New Brunswick, Universite de Moncton
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Date:Mar 22, 2007
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