CRNBC's legal obligation is to protect the public through the regulation of registered nurses, setting standards of practice, assessing nursing education programs in B.C., and addressing complaints about CRNBC registrants.
By participating in CRNBC's Quality Assurance Program throughout the year, nurses demonstrate their commitment to maintaining their competence to practise.
Case study: It's a Saturday night in emerg when a man arrives wanting a medication order filled. He's not a client and tells Selena, an experienced critical care nurse, that he doesn't want an assessment.
Our latest case study considers the challenge many health care professionals face when confronted with the possibility that a child is being abused. They need to know the signs and how to act.
NCLEX spring communiquénew! May 21, 2015
2014 OSCE resultsnew! May 21, 2015
Public advisory — David Turner Robertnew! May 20, 2015
CRNBC supports a strong
professional association May 4, 2015
Information about BCNUlawsuit against CRNBC
and ARNBC May 2, 2015
B.C. nursing colleges explore
working together April 30, 2015
New liability protection providerfor B.C. nursesApril 29, 2015
Draft nursing regulations
posted April 13, 2015
Update your communication preferences April 2, 2015
Proposed bylaw amendment: Board May 5, 2015
Proposed bylaw amendment: Recognized nursing
education programsFeb. 17, 2015
Proposed bylaw amendments: NP Standards Committee — prescribingFeb. 17, 2015
2015 Annual General Meeting March 10, 2015
Ticket of nominations Feb. 27, 2015
Call for late resolutions Feb. 13, 2015
A camper, stung by a insect during an outdoor game, is reacting.
Do his symptoms add up to anaphylaxis? What should the camp nurse do?
What are we supervising when we provide regulatory supervision?
You are providing regulatory supervision of the activities a student carries out either as a learner or in the employed student nurse (ESN) role.
You are not responsible for the student. Both you and the student are accountable for your own decisions and actions. ESNs must meet the principles of the Employed Student Registrant practice standard. Nursing students have to meet expectations set by their schools for their education program activities. The employer and/or placement agency may also have expectations for both RNs and students.