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Occupational Health Nurse – Entrepreneurs: What does it Take?

Date: Fall/Winter 2016

by Dianne Dyck

Nurse entrepreneurs are now more common in Canada; but what does it take to become an Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) entrepreneur? How does the OHN prepare to venture out into the marketplace? What knowledge, skills and expertise are needed to succeed? The purpose of this article is to explore entrepreneurship and how it can apply to the field of Occupational Health Nursing. The intent is to provide the OHN with an understanding of what it takes to succeed as an independent practitioner and as a businessperson.

A number of successful OHN entrepreneurs share their path and offer tips to future OHN entrepreneurs.


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