Programs and Services: Regional Chapters
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn More About Regional Chapters
A Regional Chapter is a local hub where nurses of all different types of practice and designations can connect and work together along with community members to identify and address regional needs and issues. Regional Chapters also provide nurses with an opportunity to engage with BCCNA and member associations around local issues.
Learn More About the Role of Regional Chapter Chairs
Regional Chapter Chair is an excellent opportunity for professional development.
The role of Regional Chair will enhance leadership skills, group facilitation, problem identification and solving and networking skills. In addition, being a Regional Chair provides an opportunity to become actively engaged with the BCCNA and member associations.
BCCNA welcomes interest and participation from all B.C. nurses including current, retired, or student Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Licenced Practical Nurses and Registered Psychiatric Nurses.