Nurses and Nurse Practitioners of BC
NP Council
Each of the four Councils will play an important role in supporting, advocating and setting strategic policy direction for their designations.

About the Councils

  • Councils will consist of elected representatives from their relevant designations who will administer a budget (to be used primarily to bring the Councils together for face to face meetings) and have autonomy over how many elected representatives sit on the council and which regions/areas they represent.
  • Each spring, Councils will be elected by members of the appropriate designation via online voting.
  • Each Council will reserve one Council position for an indigenous nurse representing that designation. On a rotating basis, these indigenous nurses will serve on the NNPBC Board.
  • Each Council will appoint two elected individuals to sit on the NNPBC Board.
  • Councils will meet regularly to review, identify and discuss practice and policy issues that impact their designation, and will bring these issues to the NNPBC Board.
  • The four Councils will communicate and work with each other on a routine basis around shared issues, opportunities and programs and services through the NNPBC Board of Directors and staff.
  • Each Council will also serve as the spokesgroup for any media or advocacy issues related to their designation, ensuring that the appropriate designation speaks to issues as they arise.

NP Council

Please watch this page for further details about the councils. Do not hesitate to contact us with questions at info@nnpbc.coms.



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