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Nurse Prescriber
CO-OP/Practicum Information

The Consolidated Clinical Practicum will provide you the opportunity to apply, in the practice setting, the knowledge and skills learned in the theory courses. You are eligible for clinical practice after successfully completing all theory courses and all practicum requirements.

The clinical practicum is 160-hours of supervised clinical practice in the area of clinical specialty completed over one-month (full-time) or two months (part-time). You will be working with a clinical mentor who has prescribing privileges and be under the direction of an RRC advisor.

All clinical placements will be arranged by Red River College and may take place in urban or rural settings.


Program Progression Requirements:

Upon acceptance into the program but prior to registration into your clinical/practicum placements, you will be required to submit the following:

1. Adult Criminal Record Check including Vulnerable Sector Search (ACRVS)

2. Provincial Child Abuse Registry (PCAR)

3. Adult Abuse Registry (AAR)

 Note: If students have a criminal record, they may not be able to complete the program. If students are listed on the Child Abuse Registry or Adult Abuse Registry, you will not be able to complete the program.

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4. BLS Provider (Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers Level C with AED)

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