Registered Practical Nurses (RPN) are independent practitioners who have the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and judgment to provide care to clients with stable or predictable outcomes. Clients with predictable outcomes are those in rehabilitative, long-term and acute care and community settings. The RPN is expected to use judgment and critical thinking to determine whether the client’s condition is changing and collaborate with the Registered Nurse (RN) before proceeding with care. The RPN may also delegate to and demonstrate leadership with unregulated health care providers in long-term care settings.

Preparing for Canadian registered practical nurses examination is usually a stressful experience. Years of study and hard work, its time for the ultimate test – the RPN Registration Exam. With everything on the line, it’s no wonder that many student nurses get themselves so stressed that they diminish their chances of passing. You may be facing these fears for the first time – or may be looking at having to repeat the exam – or may have been educated abroad and are new to the content and format of the Canadian exam. So it is very important to attend a good result oriented review class 100% results oriented RPN Examination review available from an experienced teacher.

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