A PSW is a ‘personal support worker’. This means they have taken several courses (usually about 6 months’ worth) in how to care for patients who need assistance with their health and hygiene. It also means that they are not regulated in the same way that an RN (Registered Nurse), or RPN (Registered Practical Nurse) are.
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