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Crossing boundaries: financial abuse and conflict of interest
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What happens to the therapeutic relationship when boundaries are crossed and a nurse puts personal needs ahead of a client's needs?
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Website access June 23-24
CRNBC is performing scheduled maintenance on our website beginning at 8 a.m on Saturday, June 23 through to Sunday, June 24 at 8 p.m. During this time there will be no access to the website, public registry and other online services.
CRNBC's final annual report now available
We have published the 2017-18 Annual Report. Find out more about the work of the College and our achievements over the past year.
Notice of suspension: Euphemia Guttin
Pursuant to section 35(1)(b) of the Health Professions Act, CRNBC has made an order to suspend Euphemia Guttin's certificate of registration pending the outcome of the College's investigation into a complaint.
Notice of suspension: Victoria Weber
Pursuant to section 35(1)(b) of the Health Professions Act, CRNBC has made an order to suspend Victoria Weber's certificate of registration pending the outcome of the College's investigation into a complaint.
Learn more about the NP scope revisions
The CRNBC Board approved revisions to three nurse practitioner scope of practice standards. These revised standards will come into effect July 23, 2018 and include revisions to prescribing drugs, physician consultation and referral, and prescribing for opioid use disorder.
Ministry of Health updates medical assistance in dying forms
The Ministry of Health has introduced new and updated medical assistance in dying forms and accompanying instruction documents.
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