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UPDATE: CRNBC reduces 2018 registration renewal fee increase
As a result of CRNBC having paid for the CNPS supplemental fee for the 2018 renewal period, NPs will now pay $850.03.
A response to nurses' feedback on the fee increase
Board Chair, Rob Calnan and CEO/Registrar, Cynthia Johansen, respond to the major questions, comments and feedback submitted by nurses after CRNBC changed registration renewal fees for 2018.
Registration renewal is now open
If you haven't heard, the 2018 registration renewal is now open. It should only take 30 minutes — renew your registration today.
Making the most of multisource feedback
After a busy set at work, Eric's glad to be on days off. Taking the opportunity to relax, he scrolls through his unread emails. He notices one from CRNBC with the subject, "It's your year to complete multisource feedback." He's curious, as he'd heard a colleague talking about participating last summer.
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Amendments to nursing regulations posted for comment
B.C.'s three nursing colleges are pleased to report that government in late December posted the regulation changes, supporting the amalgamation of our three Colleges.
Notice: Gary Dromarsky — converted to non-practising
Mr. Dromarsky signed an amended undertaking to convert to non-practising on Dec. 22, 2017. The registrant's registration status is currently non-practising and he is ineligible to work as a nurse in B.C.
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