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Registered Nurse

Registered nurses make up the largest group of health care providers in Canada, Manitoba, and Winnipeg. Registered nurse is a professional designation that reflects an individual has met the requirements for practicing registration. 

The College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba notes the Registered Nurses Act defines the practice of registered nursing as:

"the application of nursing knowing, skill and judgment to promote, maintain and restore health, prevent illness and alleviate suffering."

Registered nurses work in a variety of capacities throughout the Region: direct care, education, administration and research.

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There are currently four educational institutions offering nursing education programs for Registered Nurses in Manitoba: Brandon University, Universite de Saint-Boniface, Red River College and the University of Manitoba.

Brandon University

Brandon University Bachelor of Nursing

Universite de Saint-Boniface

Universite de Saint-Boniface Baccalaureate Program in Nursing Sciences

Red River College

Red River College Bachelor of Nursing Program

Nursing Re-Entry Education Programs

University of Manitoba

University of Manitoba Baccalaureate Nursing Program: Fort Garry Campus

University College of the North/University of Manitoba Joint Baccalaureate Nursing Program

Refresher course for RNs

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