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What were the warning signs?
Being aware of your legal obligations and the role you play in the health care system, is a profoundly important professional responsibility. We look at the challenge facing many health care professionals; knowing the signs, and when and how to act.
Duty to report
Concerned about a colleague's behaviour?
Justin is worried about Kelsey's behaviour during her shifts. He doesn't want to make an allegation without proof, or cause his colleague to lose her job. But he also knows he has a responsibility to ensure the safety of patients by reporting Kelsey's behaviours to his manager. What does he do?
Practising? Non-practising? Inactive? Confused about registration statuses?
If you ever needed to change your registration status there are a few things you need to know. Find out more about the benefits and the cost of changing your status.
We're making it easier to get professional feedback
In 2018, we will be helping B.C. nurses receive and act on feedback about their practice, with the launch of the new QA app: My Professional Plan.
CRNBC lists building for sale
The sale of the building, located at 2855 Arbutus Street, is part of CRNBC's commitment to creating a single nursing regulator in the province.
Interim undertakings: Gary Dromarsky
Gary Dromarsky voluntarily signed an undertaking limiting his nursing practice pending conclusion of investigation into alleged conduct concerns.
Can I make an anonymous complaint to CRNBC?
Do clients have a right to know my name?
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