NNPBC Current Highlights
- 2024 BC Budget Strong Health Vision Falls Short on Nursing
- Update on the Health Professions and Occupations Act
- New Certified Practice Competencies & DSTs in effect March 1
- Integration of Physicians Assistants into BC EDs
- Refreshed Approach to Primary Care - NNPBC Response
- Provincial Attachment System Information
- Save the Date - 2024 NP Conference, June 3-5
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We are committed to support and provide ongoing opportunities to members. Featuring courses, conferences, specialty nursing groups, research projects, job postings and more!
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Mental Health Supports
Your mental health matters. To support nurses, NNPBC is delighted to share resources for nurses to support mental health.
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Over the past several years since the Coalition was formed, we have learned that equal representation, regardless of the numbers of nurses working in each designation, is a very important part of an effective and fair Board. This equal representation is vital to the smooth running of the organization so that each designation has an equal and valued voice at the table and in our decision-making processes.
While the Coalition was a powerful force in bringing together the nursing profession in the province and demonstrating that it is possible to break down the siloes and hierarchies that exist in the profession, the nursing groups were not unified under a single umbrella, until now.
Celebrating 5 Years of AdvocacyNow, NNPBC celebrates five years as the single united professional association representing all nursing designations in this province. We are privileged to have been the first united association of this kind in Canada, and to represent a strong voice of BC nurses on the national and international stage.
By our mandate, NNPBC supports and promotes excellence in nursing practice, education, research and leadership, and empowers nurses to actively engage in advocacy to influence health and social policy. Over these few years, NNPBC has significantly grown its programs and offerings, which include professional development, professional practice, research, career advancement, and networking opportunities and resources. We look forward to continuing to grow our programs for our members.
Thank you to our members, the RNs, RPNs, NPs and LPNs of BC, for your dedication to advancing a united nursing voice.
Art by Rose S., Tsartlip Nation.
NNPBC's head office is located on the traditional and unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh-ulh Temíx̱w (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations in what is colonially known as British Columbia. NNPBC acknowledges with gratitude all of the lands on which we live, work, and play.