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NP onsite peer review

The Nurse Practitioner Onsite Peer Review involves a review of client documentation by an NP peer assessor, as well as a post-review discussion with the assessor.

The Nurse Practitioner Onsite Peer Review involves a review of client documentation by an NP peer assessor, as well as a post-review discussion with the assessor. The purpose of the review is to identify professional development opportunities and provide support and direction as needed for meeting CRNBC Nurse Practitioner standards and competencies.

At CRNBC, the Quality Assurance Committee oversees the onsite review program, and is responsible for deciding the results of each review. The Committee is composed of public, RN and NP members.

If you are due for an onsite review, CRNBC will notify you by email early in the year (usually January-February). At that time we will let you know what the next steps are to plan for your review. Most NPs will have their first review during their second year of NP practice.

If you have questions about the NP Onsite Peer Review, please check the Frequently Asked Questions. You can also contact CRNBC at np-review@crnbc.ca or 604-736-7331 ext. 352.

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