If you are granted provisional registration, you must:
Provisional registrants are ordinarily given 12 months to meet all conditions on their PR. Provisional registrants who do not do so are not eligible to extend their PR.
Applicants who have failed the exam two or more times are not eligible for provisional registration until they have passed the exam.
When CRNBC has received all of your required forms, you will be granted provisional registration within 10 business days. Verify your registration status.
Monitored practice means that the registrant holding provisional registration is monitored and evaluated by the appropriate individual, i.e., a registered nurse or nurse practitioner. The monitoring individual should be on site or readily available so that the registrant can consult and or collaborate as needed. Unless specified otherwise, monitored practice is in place for the duration of provisional registration. Monitoring involves:
Unless specified, monitoring does not mean that the provisional registrant:
Monitored practice is not:
*This requirement only applies to provisional registrants who have a condition on their registration that requires their practice to be monitored/supervised.
Applicants are informed of the conditions on their registration before their provisional registration is issued.
If you breach any of your provisional registration conditions, you may be referred to CRNBC Professional Conduct Review. You may also be required to suspend your nursing practice.
Your application for provisional registration may be delayed if:
In some cases, applications require review by the CRNBC Registration Committee to determine an applicant’s eligibility for registration. You will be informed if your application requires this review.