Whether you’re new to the profession or a highly experienced nurse there are times in every nurse’s career when you can benefit from discussing quality assurance and your professional development with a peer. Working with you peer-to-peer, nurse advisors with nursing experience are available to help you:
Nurse advisors are nurses who work with the CRNBC quality assurance team and QA Committee. Advisors have recent practice experience and have received training in facilitation/coaching. Their primary aim is to support nurses to achieve high practice standards.
For the majority of registrants, the multisource feedback process is complete once you receive your confidential report, and begin independently developing your action plan. Of course, all practicing registrants are more than welcome to contact a nurse advisor for support and guidance.
Occasionally, a nurse advisor will proactively reach out to a nurse when there are a number of standards and themes requiring particular attention.
When we reach out, our nurse advisor will take great care to learn more about your practice, discuss concerns you may have and work supportively with you to help you meet your QA requirements.