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Brianna is a new graduate who recently registered with CRNBC. While preparing to write her registration exam, she is working in her first job as a nurse. During her orientation, a colleague tells her she should sign LGN after her name. Brianna thought she was supposed to use the title RN Provisional but now she’s not sure.
Matt works as a public health nurse and sees his colleagues using PHN when they sign their documentation. When he asks about it, he’s told it more clearly reflects their day-to-day practice and the care they provide. He thought he was supposed to use RN, but now he’s not sure.
After Gurpreet retired, she converted her RN registration to non-practising. She keeps busy by volunteering in her community and is often asked because of her background as a nurse. She knows she cannot call herself a registered nurse, but wonders if she can still use the title 'nurse'.
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