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  1. RN2HOPEFULLYMD

    Very non-trad. Looking for opinions.

    Thank you for your insight.
  2. RN2HOPEFULLYMD

    Very non-trad. Looking for opinions.

    Thank you all so much for the kind words and suggestions. Greatly appreciated. Will look into IP status and Calgary.. Thanks
  3. RN2HOPEFULLYMD

    Very non-trad. Looking for opinions.

    Thank you very much. Are nursing degrees looked down upon?
  4. RN2HOPEFULLYMD

    Very non-trad. Looking for opinions.

    Thanks very much.
  5. Hello all, I am a male nursing student through the arctic program (Dalhousie and arctic college) situated in Nunavut. I have been living here for two years and am set to be an RN and work in rural Nunavut for a year or two before applying to medical school. I am looking for advice and whatnot on how to go about this. I am currently 21 and actually did begin a science degree in biochemistry in Ottawa before falling depressed and deciding to study nursing in Nunavut to escape everything. My grades from the year of biochem are all C's ish, but those grades were circumstantial. My grades all throughout the nursing program have been A's or A+'s, nothing lower. I have compiled very unique experiences and have been given a ton of responsibility. I want to get my MD and return to Nunavut to practice, at least 50% of the time. I have worked with some of the most marginalized populations in Canada and want to make a difference. I do not even know where to start... Help? Thanks all
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