Internationally Educated Health Professionals

Navigation Services

The Government of New Brunswick has launched a new set of navigation services for all IEHPs (Internationally Educated Health Professionals) which includes physicians, all regulated allied health professions, and the various nursing groups.

Each profession has a specific set of requirements which must be met in order to practise in New Brunswick.

The New Brunswick IEHP Navigation Service provides customized, profession-specific and client-centred service to IEHPs at no cost to the candidate.

The service assists candidates with key barriers they might experience during the process to licensure, offering guidance surrounding:

  • Provincial entry-to-practice requirements.
  • Support programs, where available.
  • Provincial regulatory bodies and national credential assessment processes and programs.

Internationally educated health professionals can connect with the IEHP Navigation Service by completing this short form.


Allied Health

Preparation for a job interview in Canada

Some aspects of a Canadian-style job interview can be different compared to what you are used to. The following resources may help you prepare for a Canadian job interview:

  • Some tips about the job search process in Canada, including interview-specific advice: video (dur. ~6 min.)
  • More tips about job interviews: link
  • A comprehensive set of recommendations about online video interviews: link