Registration fees for 2021-22
In 2021-22, the registration fees for practising RPNs, non-practising RPNs, and employed student psychiatric nurses will increase. The fees include a one-time cost to pay for an extra month of registration to move the renewal period to February/March for 2022, and changes to how you access your CNPS professional liability protection.
CNPS professional liability protection will transition to NNPBC on March 1, 2021. Find out how this impacts you.
Medication & scope
We've developed a series of new resources to support nurses to understand and apply the new medication practice standard as well as recent changes to scope.
Questions about immunizations? Looking for guidance on administering or receiving the flu shot? BCCNM updated its immunization resources and FAQs.
Nursing education program update
The BCCNM board withdrew recognition of Canadian Health Care Academy practical nursing education programs effective Oct. 16, 2020.
For more information:
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