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Discounted Disability Coverage for Nurse Practitioners

Members of NNPBC are now eligible for a 25% discount on RBC Insurance Professional Series Disability Insurance.

Contact financial planner Mehul Gandhi at m.gandhi@westmountplanning.com for more information.

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NP Practice Support Program Updates

If you haven't had the chance to check out our latest NP Practice Support Updates, you can now click here to read.

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What is a Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Practitioners (NP) are advanced practice nurses who are educated at a Masters level and have advanced training.

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San'yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training

Cultural safety is about fostering a climate where the unique history of Indigenous peoples is recognized and respected in order to provide appropriate care and services in an equitable and safe way, without discrimination.

Email nppracticesupport@nnpbc.com if you would like to sign up FREE

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PCN Development/Committee Work Compensation

This compensation is available for Nurse Practitioners (NP) participating Primary Care Network (PCN) Development/Committee Work activities.

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Quality Improvement Initiatives Compensation

This compensation is available for Nurse Practitioners (NP) participating in Quality Improvement (QI) initiatives.

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Practice Support Program Resources

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Business Resources
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Clinical Resources
Clinical support tools, quick & easy references, recommended reading and more.
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Leadership Resources
Mentorship/coaching, team-based care, recommended reading and more.
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QI/QA Resources
Mentorship/coaching, team-based care, recommended reading and more.
Culturally Safe Team Based Care Resources

Cultural safety is an outcome based on respectful engagement that recognizes and strives to address power imbalances inherent in the health care system. It results in an environment free of racism and discrimination, where people feel safe when receiving health care. Cultural safety is the lens that all health providers are encouraged to work through for all programs and services.

Culturally Safe Team Based Care Resources

Cultural safety is an outcome based on respectful engagement that recognizes and strives to address power imbalances inherent in the health care system. It results in an environment free of racism and discrimination, where people feel safe when receiving health care. Cultural safety is the lens that all health providers are encouraged to work through for all programs and services.

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