Involvement from the profession sits at the heart of self-regulation and what we do here at CRNNS. Through self-regulation, our members possess a specialized body of knowledge that places them in the best position to govern their profession when combined with public input from key public representatives.
We are always seeking professional, competent and passionate individuals to contribute to the work of CRNNS and to the direction and vision of the nursing profession. Currently, there are no formal opportunities to get involved with CRNNS. However, we do reach out to members and other stakeholders from time to time asking them to take part in a survey or publication review. This is one way to stay connected and involved with CRNNS until a formal opportunity becomes available. All formal opportunities are shared on our website, through email and our digital newsletter.
This spring, College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Nova Scotia (CLPNNS) and the College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS) will be releasing a new document, Cannabis: Questions and Answers.
While the document is based on evidence and best practice, we need ensure that the guidance we’re providing is also clear, relevant and inclusive. To help us with this work, we are looking for nurses to provide feedback on the guideline before the document is finalized and shared with members.
If you are interested in participating in our review, please follow our simple steps below by Thursday, May 3, 2018. This process should take no longer than 30 minutes to complete.
This is an opportunity for you to take your knowledge and experience and apply it to a document that will be circulated to more than 14,000 RNs and LPNs in Nova Scotia. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com
As a nurse in Nova Scotia, you have an exciting and unique opportunity to travel to Ottawa and represent the nursing profession as a voting delegate at this year’s Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) Annual General Meeting (AGM). As a voting delegate, you will represent Nova Scotia at the national level and to influence decisions on behalf of the nursing profession in this province.
The CNA AGM will be held on Monday, June 18 in Ottawa, Ontario. If you are interested in attending the event as a delegate and voting on behalf of CRNNS, please complete our online registration form by April 23. There are no registration costs to attend the meeting and voting delegates selected will be responsible for their own expenses. Voting delegates will be chosen by the CRNNS President based on the following criteria:
Travel to our nation’s capital this spring and take part in an exceptional involvement opportunity. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Given name(s): Nicola Ann
Last name: Aaronson
Former name(s): Smith
CRNNS number: 12345
Type of licence: Nurse Practitioner
Status of Licence: Active Practising
Start Date: November 1 2014
Expiry Date: October 31 2015
Current Conditions and Restrictions: This nurse is not able to...
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Date of initial entry on the register: January 1, 1970
Date of removal from the register:
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Date of re-entry on the register:
NP Practice Category: Family
Collaborative Practice Effective Date: January 31, 2012
Dartmouth General Hospital
330 Main Street