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28

Jun

On June 17 2016, Bill C-14, which amends the Criminal Code to regulate the provision of medical assistance in dying (MAiD) became law. As a result, CRNNS in collaboration with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Nova Scotia (CLPNNS), have revised the Medic...

20

Jun

As the regulatory body for registered nurses in Nova Scotia, the College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS) is accountable to the public to ensure that the nurses caring for them have the knowledge, skill and judgement they need to practice safely including at ...

20

Jun

Late on June 17, 2016, Bill C-14, which amends the criminal code to permit medical assistance in dying (MAiD), became law. This means that: Nurse practitioners may provide a person with medical assistance in dying; and RNs may aid physicians and nurse practition...

20

Jun

As proud, solution-focused nurses who belong to a self-regulating profession, it is our informed voices and direction that help guide the profession. At CRNNS, we are looking for a strong nursing voice to fill the Council position of Cape Breton District Councillor for ...

Upcoming & Latest Events

6

Jul

Bill C-14 is now law. The CNPS is pleased to announce it is hosting a webinar to provide update on the new law of medical assistance in dying. This event will be hosted by CNPS nurse legal advisor Elaine Borg. Description: Amendments to the Criminal Code to permit me...

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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