Posted Jan. 31, 2014
Registered Nurses who are certified by CRNBC can independently carry out some restricted activities that normally require an order. The RN is solely accountable for the diagnosis and treatment of the client.
There has been a bit of confusion over what is and what is not certified practice, so we’ve revised and updated the
Certified Practice page to help clarify.
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There are four categories of certified practice:
Currently, there are almost 1,000 nurses in B.C. who hold certified practice designations:
You must take a CRNBC-approved course. Visit the
CRNBC Certified Practice page to learn more.
If you have questions about certified practice, please email