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Bill to amend the Health Professions Act receives Royal Assent
Bill 10, an amendment to the Health Professions Act, received royal assent on Nov. 2 in the B.C legislature. This is another milestone on our journey to co-create a single regulatory college for all nurses in British Columbia.
Be prepared: you may be asked to provide multisource feedback!
Thousands of nurses now know it's their year to seek peer feedback through our new quality assurance app. Here's what you need to know about multisource feedback. Remember: nurses may ask any health care professional to provide feedback, not just nurses.
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.
More nursing updates
Reporting a lost or stolen CPP pad: updated process
The Ministry of Health recently updated the process when reporting a lost or stolen Controlled Prescription Program (CPP) pad.
More CPP information
Registration renewal fee changes
We have announced a fee increase for RNs and NPs. Here is everything you need to know including details about the sale of our building, and how this has impacted the fee increase.
Notice: Gary Dromarsky - converted to non-practising
As a result of new allegations, Mr. Dromarsky signed an amended undertaking to convert to non-practising on December 22, 2017. The registrant's registration status is currently non-practising and he is ineligible to work as a nurse in B.C.
More conduct notices
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.
QA committee seeks public members
Joining a CRNBC committee is a great way to bring a public perspective to the table and contribute to nursing regulation.
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Regulation Matters is a quarterly resource for employers of registered nurses and nurse practitioners in B.C. It contains timely information about nursing regulation and issues relating to our mandate that may impact your work.
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