Becoming One Nursing Regulator
The College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of B.C. (CRPNBC), the College of Registered Nurses of B.C. (CRNBC) and the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of B.C. (CLPNBC) are excited to announce we are working to co-create a new nursing body that will replace our existing colleges. This new body will regulate all nurses in B.C.: LPNs, NPs, RNs and RPNs.
A report, completed by Western Management Consultants in 2016, confirms a number of benefits of forming a single nursing college. We are committed to keeping nurses, staff and the public updated as these discussions progress.
What is the Role of a Nursing Regulator?
- The Benefits of a Single Nursing Regulator for BC Nurses (PDF)
Posted Dec. 5, 2017
- Bill to amend the Health Professions Act receives Royal Assent (PDF)
Posted Nov. 6, 2017
- Becoming one college: update from the three nursing regulators (PDF)
Posted Sep. 7, 2017
- Survey findings will help address registrant concerns and communicate more effectively
Posted Jan. 30, 2017
- Have your say! BC’s three nursing regulator’s forming new college
posted Sept. 8, 2016
- Three nursing colleges joining to co-create new regulator
posted June 14, 2016
- Working towards a new regulatory body for nursing
posted March 24, 2016
- Exploring the formation of one nursing regulator in B.C.
posted Dec. 24, 2015
- Three nursing colleges strike task group to explore shared office space, working together
posted April 30, 2015