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January 2014


Nursing Matters

January 2014



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item: It's time to renew your registration
item: Looking ahead to an exciting 2014

In this issue

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item: Features (2)
item: Case Studies (3)
item: Nursing Updates (4)
item: Recommended (1)
item: Governance (4)
item: Most Popular (6)
item: You Asked (4)
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It's time to renew your registration

Nearly 40,000 RNs and nurse practitioners will renew their registration in the next few weeks. We recommend that you renew online by February 1 to ensure you can legally continue to practise nursing after February 28, 2014.

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Looking ahead to an exciting 2014

At CRNBC, our new year's resolutions are built into our new strategic plan: improving your experiences with us, being a relational regulator and ensuring that public interest is put first.

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Case Studies
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10-second scenarios
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Test your "use of titles" know-how with scenarios created from real practice support questions.

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More Case Studies
item: Medication administration: Knowing what you don't know
item: Medication Misinterpretation
Nursing Updates
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Less tax on renewal fees

While renewal fees haven't changed for several years, in 2014 you'll pay less tax (7% GST instead of 12% HST), saving about $30.

View renewal fees
More Nursing Updates
item: Coming Soon: QA Learning Module & Web Conferences
item: New clinical resources in the Library
item: Nursing Matters (CP and NP editions)
Recommended: Pre-Authorized Payments
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 Spread renewal fees across a year

You can spread your renewal fees for 2015 over 2014 with our pre-authorized payment plan.

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Governance Updates
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item: Call for Board nominations
item: Call for AGM resolutions
item: Latest NCLEX update
item: Professional Conduct Notices
Most Popular
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item: 4 things to know about 2014 renewal
item: How many nurses are planning for retirement?
item: Can a retired nurse give flu shots?
item: Can she use her "RN" title?
item: Top 5 case studies of 2013
item: Does she have a duty to report?
You asked
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During registration renewal, I received an email saying my registration is "Provisional" because I haven't met my QA requirements. What title should I use?
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Do I need to renew by Feb. 1 even though my registration doesn't expire until Feb. 28 at 23:59 hours?
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Are registration fees refundable?
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What do I do if I have forgotten my password or email address?
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