All registered, practising NPs are required to participate in an onsite peer review in the second year after NP registration. However, there are some exceptions for which CRNBC would delay a review. These situations include:
If any of these apply to you, please contact CRNBC.
When an NP has an onsite review, it's very important that the assessor is objective. We ask both the NP being reviewed, and the assessor to declare any actual, perceived or potential conflict of interest before scheduling an onsite review. If a conflict of interest exists, a new assessor will be assigned.
There are some specific things to consider when deciding whether a conflict of interest exists such as work relationships or personal knowledge. Specific examples of conflict of interest situations can be found in the CRNBC Conflict of Interest Practice Standard.
Conflict of interest is not limited to these considerations, and if you need further guidance or assistance please contact CRNBC Quality Assurance staff.
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