DUTY TO REPORT (Bylaw 5; Section 4 Mandatory Reporting)
Unprofessional conduct includes any act or omission that violates our Code of Ethics or the Standards of Practice for Registered Nurses or Nurse Practitioners.
A nurse who is aware of unprofessional conduct of another member must file a report with the ED of RNANTNU: https://rnantnu.ca/wp-content/
Failure to abide by the above sections may result in a complaint of unprofessional conduct.
REGISTRATION VIOLATIONS (Registration Violation Policy R7)
Employers hiring a nurse for any type of nursing work (administrative, education, research etc.) must ensure nurses are registered using our the link on our home page: https://rnantnu.ca.
If you are aware of unregistered practice, please report it: How-to-Submit-a-Complain-
Important Notice Streamlined Licensing Process for Nurses This Fall
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Providing Aid in Crisis: Emergency Licenses Available for RNs and NPs Assisting Fire-Displaced Individuals in Northern Territories
Arrangements have been made with Alberta’s and BC’s Registered Nurse regulators to provide emergency licenses to some RNs and NPs, who may want to provide services to patients and residents who have been displaced, as a result of the fires in the NT. If this interests you, please contact the following:
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UPCOMING EVENTS AND CONFERENCES 2023
Dear valued attendees and participants, It is with regret that we announce the cancellation of the PEER North conference scheduled for September this year. The …
Nurse Practitioners! Your valuable insights are sought in a critical survey conducted by the British Columbia Institute of Technology. We are exploring post-graduate education opportunities …
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