Alberta Registered Nurse Assessment Program ARNAP for IEN’s
Beginning June 2017, the Alberta Registered Nurse Assessment Program ARNAP is being completed in Calgary, Alberta by Touchstone Institute. There may be assessments offered in Edmonton at a future unknown date.
The Alberta Registered Nurse Assessment Program ARNAP for IEN’s is a standardized exam that tests the knowledge, skill and judgement of IENs seeking nursing registration in Alberta. The program was created by Touchstone Institute in collaboration with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA).
The Alberta Registered Nurse Assessment Program ARNAP for IEN’s is a one-day exam consisting of two parts:
Multiple choice question examination – up to 97 questions (2.5 hours of writing time)
Objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) – 12 stations (13 minutes each)
The ARNAP may include clinical content from the following areas:
- ambulatory care
- community/public health
- complex continuing care
- emergency care
- intensive/critical care
- mental health
- palliative care
- pediatric and adolescent health
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