The Nova Scotia College of Nursing (NSCN) will hold the 2021 Annual Meeting virtually as an online event on Thursday, May 20 at 1:00 p.m. The meeting provides members of the public, registrants and other stakeholders with the opportunity to receive updates about NSCN business from the Board, the CEO & Registrar and external auditors. The meeting also allows all stakeholders a platform to ask questions and engage in discussions about nursing regulatory matters.
Who can attend?
Everybody! The virtual Annual Meeting is open to members of the public, NSCN registrants and all other stakeholders.
When and how do I join?
The annual meeting will be held virtually on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. More information will be coming soon about how individuals can join the online event.
What business takes place at the meeting?
The Annual Meeting is an opportunity for stakeholders to learn more about NSCN’s activities over the past year, including an update from our external auditors on NSCN’s finances.
Can I add an item to the agenda?
Registrants may ask for a resolution to be considered at the Annual Meeting as long as the resolution is:
- submitted by a registrant who holds a practicing licence,
- seconded by another registrant holding a practicing licence
- received at least 90 days before the Annual Meeting
- deemed to be consistent with the Act and within the jurisdiction of the College.
A call was resolutions was issued on January 20, 2021 and closed on February 19, 2021. No resolutions were submitted for consideration.
Am I able to raise matters at the meeting?
Yes. There will be an opportunity to participate in discussions via the online platform and to pose questions once the Annual Meeting information has been presented. More information will be coming about the process to raise matters via the online platform.
Is there an Annual Meeting agenda?
The Board will be approving an agenda to bring to the 2021 Annual Meeting in April and that finalized meeting agenda will be shared with all stakeholders 30 days in advance via ww.nscn.ca.
How can I learn more?
Stay tuned to our website, newsletters, Facebook and Twitter!