Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN),
Diabetic Foot Care Specialist
  • demonstrating evidence of good character, including demonstrating that they possess the moral and ethical judgment expected of a licensed practical nurse;
  • demonstrating the fitness to practice as a licensed practical nurse;
  • demonstrating the cognitive, behavioural, communication, interpersonal and physical skills and abilities to engage in the practice of a licensed practical nurse; and,
  • submitting a satisfactory criminal record review.

Certain basic skills and abilities are required to practice as a licensed practical nurse in Canada. The requisite skills and abilities provide the public and practitioners with information about the nature of the activities that licensed practical nurses must be able to perform, and the general demands of practical nursing education and practice.

(http://www.anblpn.ca/downloads/Becoming_a_LPN_in_Canada.pdf)

I enjoy working with the Pabineau First Nation Health team and particularly enjoy developing and maintaining a strong connection with my clients.  If, as a member of the general Pabineau First Nation community, you feel that you require professional footcare services, please feel free to contact our Aboriginal Diabetes Coordinator, Laura Mae Sewell, to see if you qualify for this personal support.

Janet Roussell, LPN
Janet Rousell
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Diabetic Foot Care Specialist
1290 Pabineau Falls Road, Pabineau First Nation, NB E2A 7M3
office: 506 548-9211 fax: 506 545-6968