Inquiry and Discipline Outcomes*

Effective November 01, 2008 amendments to the Health Professions Act require the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of British Columbia to publicly post the following information regarding inquiry or discipline outcomes in certain circumstances outlined in section 39.3 of the Health Professions Act:

  1. the name of the registrant respecting whom the action was taken;
  2. a description of the action taken; and
  3. the reasons for the action taken.

Learn more about CRPNBC’s Inquiry Committee Process and Discipline Committee Process

* Terms, Conditions and Limits on practice are not reported here but are published in the online register beside the name of the affected registrant.

February 7, 2017

The registrant has undertaken not to utter a false document and has consented to:  a letter of reprimand, to have the registrant’s registration with the college cancelled immediately, and to not reapply for registration with the College before March 1, 2021. The reasons for the undertaking, reprimand, cancellation of registration and the bar to reapplying for registration arise out of an incident of alleged uttering of a false document, specifically the faxing by the registrant to a mortgage broker of a purported verification of employment letter containing false and untrue statements concerning the registrant’s regular employment status and hours of work.

March 9, 2015

Raymond Nance, #05453
The registrant has undertaken, on an interim basis and pending disposition of a complaint, not to mentor, teach or supervise nursing students until such time as approved to do so by the CRPNBC.

September 9, 2014

Ronald Smith #05758
A complaint regarding this former registrant has been resolved pursuant to an agreement between the College and the former registrant which provides that this former registrant shall not seek further registration as a registered psychiatric nurse and shall not use the RPN designation or provide the services of the profession of psychiatric nursing in the province of British Columbia. In addition, this former registrant has agreed that if the College becomes aware that he has sought or obtained registration as an RPN, regulated nurse or equivalent in any other jurisdiction where psychiatric nursing or nursing is regulated, the College may provide the subject jurisdiction with a full copy of the agreement in this matter.

May 14, 2014

Muhammad Nadeem Mamdeen #08241
On January 20, 2014, the CRPNBC Discipline Committee convened a panel to inquire into the conduct of this former registrant.  The Discipline Committee issued a preliminary decision which can be viewed by clicking on this link.

On May 14, 2014, a Consent Order was granted by the Inquiry Committee.  Pursuant to section 37.1(6.1) of the Health Professions Act, this Consent Order is considered to be an order of the Discipline Committee made under section 39.  Pursuant to the Consent Order, this former registrant is permanently barred from obtaining registration as a Registered Psychiatric Nurse in British Columbia and is prohibited from using the RPN designation and from providing the services of the profession of psychiatric nursing specified in the Nurses (Registered Psychiatric) Regulation or any successor legislation or regulation.  The full Consent Order can be viewed by clicking on this link.

January 11, 2012

Don Langille
The Inquiry Committee confirmed a restriction on the registrant’s practice not to work with minors (under the age of 19) unless a responsible adult is present.  This condition is based on incidents of physical violence that occurred in the mid 1990s.  The Inquiry Committee recognized that there have been no other incidents since then but the Committee placed the condition to fully protect the public against any possible risk.

January 9, 2012

Raymond Nance
The registrant agreed to a condition on his practice not to work with minors or in situations where he may be alone with minors. There were allegations relating to child pornography that, if proven, would indicate children may be at risk.

Inquiry and Disciplinary Outcomes Publication – 2009


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