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  1. whatever you do, do not live in sandwich lol
  2. I wrote it in paragraph form and tied all three to medicine at the end
  3. You’re so right bro! Have fun settling
  4. women are on average more attractive than men, so naw man never settle for someone "less desirable" its also less about looks and more about confidence
  5. Lmfao chill... I’ve see 1st yr residents not able to function without asking their senior. To say a NP is less competent than a 4th year med student is just straight up disrespek
  6. I had a 128 and didn’t think I would meet the cutoff last year, so I wrote mine in 45min and sent it in lol worked out fine
  7. Yes, I agree that NPs should not replace family docs and they are providing care from a nursing model rather than a medical model. I agree with everything you have mentioned lol. I was taking issue with the devaluing of NP's education and experience as just a "1-2 year of Master in Nursing".
  8. I agree with your point on differentiating the roles of NP and GPs, but let's not minimize the education and experience of NPs. NPs will have a 4 year BSCN, 2 years of full time practice as a RN and 2 years of graduate schooling resulting in a masters in nursing and a NP graduate diploma. That's a minimum of 8 years to become a NP in Canada, arguably more time spent in healthcare than a new grad GP If you want to just compare time. Only recently, NPs have received a much needed pay bump. I don't think GPs are getting overpaid, but rather NPs are underpaid as healthcare providers.
  9. Makes no sense to maintain it. I'm letting my nursing license and real estate license expire lol
  10. Do you guys see the bursary amount on your statement of account yet?
  11. the 300$ comes with conditions too, but not hard to meet: Complete two (2) of the following three (3) activities in your Eligible Account within 60 days of opening: a. Set up an eligible recurring direct deposit (e.g., employer payroll, pension provider, or government) which will recur monthly for a minimum of three (3) consecutive months, or b. Set up a minimum of two (2) eligible separate recurring pre-authorized transactions (e.g., utility payments, property taxes, loan/mortgage payments) with a minimum value of at least $50 per transaction which will each recur monthly for a minimum of three (3) consecutive months, or c. Make at least one eligible online bill payment (e.g. utility bill, hydro bill, credit card payment, cable) of at least $50 through the Scotiabank Mobile App or through Scotia OnLine.
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