For nurses and midwives

Nurses (RNs & LPNs)

All of Canada

The Canadian Nurses Association  provides information for foreign-trained Registered
Nurses wishing to practice in Canada, and sells an Examination Prep Guide to help candidates get ready to write the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination (CRNE).

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials provides  information on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for foreign-trained Registered Nurses who want to work in the field in Canada.

The Foreign Credentials Referral Office provides useful resources for foreign-trained Registered Nurses.

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials provides information on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for foreign-trained Practical Nurses

The Foreign Credentials Referral Office provides useful resources for foreign-trained Licensed Practical Nurses.

New Brunswick

The Nurses Association of New Brunswick offers information and links for internationally educated nurses wishing to practice nursing in the Province.

The Nursing in Atlantic Canada website is especially dedicated to helping Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) pursue nursing careers in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island.

Atlantic Connection for Internationally Educated Health Professionals is a website devoted to helping IENs and others internationally educated in the health care field qualify to continue their careers in the Atlantic Provinces.

Welcome NB fact sheet for foreign-trained Licenses Practical Nurses (LPN) who wish
to work in New Brunswick.

Association of New Brunswick Licensed Practical Nurses is the regulatory body for the LPN profession in New Brunswick and covers the areas of education, discipline and licensure.


Midwives

All of Canada

The Canadian Midwifery Regulators Consortium is a network of midwifery regulatory bodies in Canada. Their website has information about the regulation of midwifery in Canada, with a special section for foreign-trained Midwives.

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials provides information on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for foreign-trained Midwives wishing to practice in Canada.

The Canadian Association of Midwives also offers links and information for foreign-trained Midwives who want to bridge their qualifications and practice in Canada.

New Brunswick 

New Brunswick Midwifery Council(NBMC)                                                                     P.O. Box 5100
520 King St.
Fredericton NB E3B 5G8 Canada                                                                                                                                                                         Phone: 506-444-2158 Fax :506-444-5236                                    Email :beth.mcginnis@gnb.ca