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18

Jul

The July 2016 Special Edition newsletter shares important information and resources on the CRNNS 2017 licence renewal, including: CCP requirements and resources Popular renewal questions Important renewal dates The renewal contest Renewal survey and mor...

14

Jul

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) is an ever-evolving topic with frequent updates to be shared. CRNNS is committed to keeping all stakeholders informed about this topic as it unfolds and in developing resources to support you in practice. To help nurses in Nova Scot...

14

Jul

The College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS) is pleased to announce Ruth Whelan, MN, RN, as President of the CRNNS Council and Charmaine McPherson, RN, PhD as President-Elect effective July 1, 2016. No stranger to the nursing community in Nova Scotia and wit...

5

Jul

On May 30, 2016, CRNNS received a letter of complaint against Alisha Dawn Fulton (married name Royles). Upon reviewing the complaint, CRNNS decided to commence an investigation and determined that the complaint should be forwarded to the Complaints Committee for review....

Upcoming & Latest Events

28

Jul

In combination with the launch of the new MAiD Practice Guidelines for NPs, the CRNNS team is also hosting a webinar to walk NPs through the new guidelines and to provide ample time for live questions and answers with our Practice and Policy Consultants. This is an oppo...

17

Aug

In response to the new Continuing Competence Program (CCP), we are offering two free webinar sessions that will provide an overview of CCP and a review of the CRNNS learning plan template. These sessions are an opportunity for you to learn about the program’s new comp...

22

Sep

Nurses are busy people… so assessment skill review of the adult and frail elderly is now offered in modules. You don’t have to take a full course! You are welcome to take any of the modules, and in any order. Some nurses may benefit from completing the foundational ...

29

Sep

Nurses are busy people… so assessment skill review of the adult and frail elderly is now offered in modules. You don’t have to take a full course! You are welcome to take any of the modules, and in any order. Some nurses may benefit from completing the foundational ...

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