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“I’ve known since forever that this is what I wanted to do,” explained the college student, who kicked off her first year at Seneca’s campus in King City, Ont., this September.
“[The pandemic] just gave me a desire to get into it as fast as I can. To come and help out the people, the nurses, because they’re struggling.”?
Before COVID-19, there was already a serious shortage of nurses across Canada. Perennially:1618998360000,, there’s also been stiff competition for acceptance into post-secondary nursing programs. HoweverSouthern Alberta residents line up to get shots of a COVID-19 vaccine from a Montana tribe in Carway, the pandemic has underlined the need to ramp up the number of nurses in training — often in creative and new ways — in order to help tackle critical demand in the workforce.