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Seeking an NP for CNPBC committee

Apr 3, 2023

The Ministry of Health (MOH) has requested BCCNM identifies a Nurse Practitioner candidate to sit as the MOH representative on the College of Naturopathic Physicians of BC's (CNPBC's) Pharmacopoeia and Diagnostic Referral Committee.


  • Meeting type: Virtual 
  • ​Meeting times: Usually 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on a weekday
  • Frequency: Every two months or so, depending on need 
  • Workload: Varies but is manageable given the frequency of meetings 
  • Honorarium: $200 per meeting​ inclusive of prep time 

How to apply 

  1. Complete BCCNM's expression of interest (EOI) application by April 20​. 
  2. Email​ to let us know you've submitted an EOI for this opportunity.

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