June 23, 2022
NSCN Turns 3!
NSCN celebrated its third anniversary on Saturday, June 4th!
As we head into another year, our team remains committed to our mandate of protecting the public and in continuing to enable nurses to deliver safe, competent, ethical and compassionate care to all Nova Scotians.
Thank you for continuing to be a part of nursing regulation in Nova Scotia.
- Did you miss our Annual Meeting? View our Q&A resource as we address the questions received from NSCN stakeholders during the meeting.
- Renewal for the 2022/2023 licensure year is opening on August 3! Stay tuned for more information on important deadlines coming soon.
- Learn about June’s practice support tool on volunteerism, which helps nurses understand their accountabilities when acting in the role of a nurse volunteer.
- In Nova Scotia, all nurses are self-regulated. Watch our new online learning module to learn more about self-regulation.
- Reminder: The Canadian Nurse Regulators Collaborative is seeking feedback on the essential language skills required for safe and effective nursing practice in Canada.
- Check out our new NP Client Admission and Discharge from Hospital Settings Guideline, which help NPs understand their professional accountabilities related to client admission and discharge.
- The Canadian Council of Registered Nurse Regulators is seeking feedback through a survey on the draft Entry-level Competencies for Nurse Practitioners as part of the NPR-FIPP project. If you are an NP, please use the survey link you received via email on June 22nd.
- NP entry-level examination is one of the elements of a new model for NP regulation in Canada as part of the NPR-FIPP project. Learn more about the new exam content and name of the selected vendor.
- We have introduced new key performance indicators that help us deliver on our strategic objectives of transparent, effective and accountable regulation and measure our success as an organization.
- Have you visited our Online Education Library? Convenient practice guidance on a range of topics is available for all nurses.