The B.C. Representative for Children and Youth submitted a report to the B.C. Legislative Assembly in February. The report "Lost in the Shadows: How a Lack of Help Meant a Loss of Hope for One First Nations Girl" outlines the tragic account of a 14-year-old First Nations girl who endured ongoing abuse and eventually committed suicide. We want to draw your attention to the report and its findings and remind you of your responsibilities under the Child, Family and Community Service Act.
Your votes will decide two positions this year. A third position, Rural Board
Member, was acclaimed. We will mail election ballots to CRNBC registrants in June.
The Canadian Council of Registered Nurse Regulators has chosen a vendor to analyze NP practice across Canada. This work will support a national approach for NP licensure/registration.
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Jane is a public health nurse who often runs
immunization clinics for children and infants. Parents
have asked some tough questions lately that she hasn't always had an answer for.
Bill 17, which received first reading in the legislature
in early March, has proposed changes to nine acts
which could enable NP practice. The changes are not yet in force.
The December 2013 OSCE pass rate for family NP candidates was 70%.