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June 2020  

BC College of Nurses and Midwives: What's changing 

On Sept. 1, 2020, BCCNP and the College of Midwives of British Columbia are amalgamating to become the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM). Find out what will change (and what won't).

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Supporting the movement to end racism and discrimination and striving to do better

As a member of BC Health Regulators,  BCCNP was proud to participate in the organization's statement of support for the global movement to end racism and discrimination against Black and Indigenous communities and all people of colour.

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Ministry of Health launches PRIME for PharmaNet access

PRIME is the new way for health practitioners to request approval for PharmaNet access. PRIME consists of two new processes: user enrolment and site registration. It replaces the paper-based ComPAP and MPAP enrolment forms and agreements.

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Standard harmonization survey: Acting within autonomous scope of practice

BCCNP continues to work on harmonizing nursing standards. We'll be gathering feedback on the draft standard Acting within Autonomous Scope of Practice via survey until June 22, 2020.

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Temporary emergency registration: End date extended 

While British Columbians have successfully "flattened the curve," it is important that temporary emergency registrants continue to be available as the pandemic evolves. For this reason, we have extended the registration end date for all temporary emergency registrants.

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Notice of proposed bylaw amendments 

On April 23, the BCCNP Board approved amendments to Schedules C and D of the college bylaws under the Health Professions Act. Learn more about the changes and provide feedback by Aug. 27, 2020.

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