A resource for employers of registered nurses and nurse practitioners.
NPs can now prescribe controlled drugs and substances
It's now within the scope of nurse practitioner practice to prescribe, compound, administer or dispense controlled drugs and substances in accordance with the standards, limits and conditions set by the college.
Nurse practitioner role in medical assistance in dying
Standards, limits and conditions related to the role of nurse practitioners in determining eligibility for and providing medical assistance in dying (MAiD) are in effect.
Take our survey: A single nurse regulator for B.C.
CRNBC is joining with B.C.'s two other nursing colleges to create one organization that will regulate all nurses in the province, and we want to hear from you. Take 10 minutes to complete our survey; your input will help shape our future and best meet your needs as we move forward. The survey closes
September 30, 2016.
CEO blog: Bridging the divide
As Canadians, we believe in recognizing and supporting the regional differences of our vast country. It is a value that contributes to our national character. But in the case of nursing regulation, have we let regional differences go too far?
CRNBC scope of practice standard updated related to MAiD
CRNBC has updated the RN scope of practice standard relating to medical assistance in dying (MAiD) to provide additional information.
More nursing updates
Consensual complaint resolutions
Consensual complaint resolutions can include important conditions or restrictions placed on a nurse's practice that employers need to know about. Read the most recent consensual complaint resolutions now.
I work in the community and see nurses signing as PHN and HCN. What is the correct nursing title to use in documentation?
What is my responsibility if I see unsafe, unethical or incompetent practice?
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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