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CRNBC registration renewal fees are increasing for 2018-19
Compared to last year, fees for both RNs and NPs will go up by $98.55.The increase comes after six years of stable CRNBC registration renewal fees, and is necessary for the College to continue strengthening its regulatory approach in the short and long-term.
Three things you need to know about registration renewal 2018
From fee changes, to new payment options and multisource feedback, find out what's new for registration renewal in 2018.
Get ready, multisource feedback is almost here!
One in five nurses will now know it's their year for peer feedback through our new quality assurance app. Here's everything you need to know about the new platform for multisource feedback. Remember: if it's not your year, you may be asked to provide feedback!
Updated resource: Pandemic Influenza DST
The Ministry of Health, the Provincial Health Officer and the three nursing colleges have recently collaborated to update the decision support tool (DST), relating to Pandemic Influenza.
Quality Assurance committee seeks public members
Joining a CRNBC committee is a great way to bring your public perspective to the table and contribute to nursing regulation.
Here's how you can continue to improve your practice
Told from the perspective of many nurses from a wide variety of roles and areas of practice, this learning module will help you continue to develop your professional competence.
Our clients want us to contact them by text. Is this okay and what should we consider?
My client, an RN, was admitted for a drug overdose and possible addiction. Should she be reported to CRNBC?
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