Let our health ministers know that Canadian nursing exams should be developed by and for Canadians
In 2015, the Canadian Registered Nurses Exam was replaced by NCLEX-RN, a computer adaptive exam developed by and for the United States.
Two years after implementation, these problems persist.
Canada’s nursing graduates need your support to demand the problems be addressed.
Click “Take Action” now and tell Canada’s health ministers that American exams are hurting Canadian students!
CFNU is asking Provincial Ministers of Health to call on the nursing regulatory bodies to pause the renewal of the NCLEX-RN contract and provide the governments and the public a full review of the process, costing and results of the exam.