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- 5Internationally educated nurses
- 2Bridging programs
- 2Covell, Christine L.
- 2Cruz, Edward Venzon
- 2Neiterman, Elena
- 1Bourgeault, Ivy L.
- 1Bourgeault, Ivy Lynn
- 1Clark, Alexander
A meta-synthesis was conducted to explore the effect of bridging programs in internationally educated nurses (IENs). This meta-synthesis used a grounded theory design. Of the initial1,372 papers retrieved from CINAHL, Medline, ERIC, Scopus and Web of Science, eight papers were selected that...
A Proposal to Investigate the Transitioning Experiences of Internationally-Educated Nurses who Attended Academic Bridging Programs in Two Canadian ProvincesDownload
The proposed study aims to investigate how academic bridging programs are helping internationally-educated nurses (IENs) gain registration and transition within Canada’s health care system. The research question for this proposed study is: How do bridging programs affect the ability of IENs to...
Forms of Capital as Facilitators of Internationally Educated Nurses’ Integration into the Registered Nursing Workforce in CanadaDownload
We used interview data to explore internationally educated nurses’ perceptions of the factors that facilitated their integration into the registered nursing workforce in Canada. The participants perceived that a variety of interrelated factors facilitated their integration. The identified factors...
The purpose of this scoping review was to map the key themes in the Canadian literature about the professional integration of internationally educated nurses (IENs), identify the types, sources and gaps in evidence, and provide recommendations for research. The review was guided by a six-step...
Workplace Transitioning Experiences of IENs who Attended Academic Bridging Programs in Canada: A Thesis ProposalDownload
The proposed study will explore how academic bridging programs facilitated the internationally-educated nurses’ (IENs) ability to transition to Canada’s health care system. The proposed study will use a focused ethnographic methodology. Twenty five participants will be invited to participate...