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Duty to report
Reporting suspected impairment or narcotic diversion in the workplace
Here's what you need to know about your legal and ethical reporting responsibilities when you're concerned about a colleague's behaviour. A must-read for all nurses.
Becoming one college: update from the three nursing regulators
Find out what's happening with the co-creation of B.C.'s new nursing regulator, including next steps with government, maintaining disciplines and a new location.
Notice of suspension: Jean Cunningham
Jean Cunningham has been suspended for a minimum of three months, and fined, after she failed to respond to numerous and repeated communications from CRNBC concerning a complaint against her.
Why do you pay fees to practise as a nurse?
Every year RNs and NPs in British Columbia pay an annual registration fee. We take a look at the reasons why, with a helpful comparison table.
Update on the Student Representative Program and ongoing student and faculty engagement
We're beginning a new chapter of engagement with students and faculty around British Columbia. This means we will be closing the Student Representative Program.
What protection do I have if I report another health professional?
I work in an emergency department. If a police officer asks, should I share information about a patient?
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