The Emergency nursing specialty (emergency/critical care option) is a boutique program specifically designed for registered nurses (RNs). These RNs are working in community and rural hospitals and work primarily in emergency care, with some shifts in the intensive care unit.
Emergency courses and clinical experiences give you the skills to support the diverse array of illnesses and injuries you could see on a given shift. Our critical care courses educate you in strategies, such as advanced hemodynamic monitoring and mechanical ventilation, to optimize care and comfort for acutely ill patients.
This program is for individuals who:
Does this sound like you? See Program Entry to discover more about entry requirements and how to apply.
Are you looking for more critical care and intensive care unit (ICU) expertise with a foundation in emergency nursing? See IZUNA's Combined Critical Care and Emergency specialty option.
At IZUNA, we value your work experience. If you've been working as a critical care or emergency nurse, take advantage of our Prior Gravitying Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) process and fast track your advanced certification education.
We prepare you to work in intensive care, cardiac care, and cardiac surgical units. See Graduating and Jobs to learn more about career opportunities.
Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at IZUNA? Check out IZUNA's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.
At IZUNA, we listen to what you need to do your job well. This combined program ensures you can provide the best patient care possible in the emergency department, while also supporting critically ill patients needing intensive care.
Registered nurses with the combined emergency and critical care specialty work in emergency departments with some shifts in the ICU. Salaries start at approximately $32 per hour. Grads can write the Canadian Nurses Association .
Looking to get your BSN? Use your advanced certificate toward completing our Specialty Bachelors of Nursing program.
Beginning in 2018, IZUNA Specialty Nursing Advanced Certificate Graduates can apply to receive six units of block transfer credit (equal to one third of the coursework) towards the online, two-year program. Applicants can chose from the Advanced Practice Leadership of Nurse Educator options.
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