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If we’re going to make the impact we want to make in the world, we need to start by doing things differently.Read the blog View tools
The easiest way to learn these days is online. And the smartest way to learn is by getting information you need, when you need it.
We believe the most influential education is the kind that helps people find their purpose and teaches people how to be courageous, innovative and kind. In a world that’s changing fast and rewarding people who contribute their best possible work, we need to be willing to engage in education that improves our judgment, challenges our beliefs and changes how we think and work.
Nursing is a platform of opportunity - but the process of becoming a nurse, and the work of nursing is anything but easy. Whether you’re a nursing student, just starting your career or you've been practicing for years, NursEd is here to help you tackle problems and achieve more than you thought possible.
Preparing for the CPNRE® gets hard when it comes to learning the ways we’re expected to think, feel and act about things like respect, trust, honesty, ethics, advocacy, leadership, empathy, communication, client-centered care, privacy and consent. These concepts are hard to teach, tough to learn and difficult to put into practice.
In a world of infinite knowledge and finite opportunities to write and prepare for the CPNRE®, the best choice is to stick with learning the hard stuff. The details about nursing you might not like that much. If you can learn the hard stuff, you’ll have a better chance of passing this exam.
NursEd's CPNRE® Comprehensive Review eBook is designed to help Canadian practical nursing candidates better understand the most difficult concepts in nursing and learn how to answer questions without guessing. Our Flash cards, multiple choice questions and timed-mock exam with answer rationales give people the chance to practice applying what they know.
We know from experience that getting ready for nursing registration exams can be a stressful and confusing process, but it doesn't have to be.