NEWS & CASE STUDIES
The top 5 case studies of 2014
Case studies were popular last year. Can you guess which standards-related practice issue sparked the most interest? Hint: It also generated the most comments.
It's that time of year again
With nearly 40,000 nurses and nurse practitioners renewing their registration this year, we recommend that individuals renew by Feb. 1 to ensure they can legally continue to practise nursing after Feb. 28, 2015. We think people will find the process easier this year, as we recently streamlined online renewal based on nurses' feedback.
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The self-assessment questionnaire is intended to be just the beginning. You will need to continue your reflection by focusing on the standards that have specific relevance to your practice.
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I'll be away and am planning to renew late, what do I need to know?
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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?
What do I need to do to renew my certified practice designation?
What does "engaged in" certified practice mean?
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