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NURSE PRACTITIONER REGULATION FRAMEWORK IMPLEMENTATION PLAN PROJECT (NPR-FIPP)

 

The Nurse Practitioner Regulation Framework Implementation Plan Project (NPR-FIPP) is a multi-year, multi-faceted initiative commissioned by the Canadian Council of Registered Nurse Regulators (CCRNR). The NPR-FIPP builds on previous work with a goal to implement the recommendations endorsed by CCRNR regarding six basic elements of a Model for Nurse Practitioner Regulation in Canada. Additional details about the recommendations and their development are posted to the project page.

 

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Project Update #8 Now Available

PRACTICE ANALYSIS STUDY OF NURSE PRACTITIONERS - 2015

 

In 2015, the CCRNR embarked on a project to analyze NP practice across Canada in three practice streams (Adult, Family/All Ages, and Pediatrics) in support of a national approach for nurse practitioner (NP) licensure/registration/certification. This study identified behavioural indicators common to all practice streams and set the stage for moving towards common entry-level competencies in each jurisdiction while providing a unique and timely opportunity to explore the development of a vision for NP regulation across the country. The ongoing NP Regulatory Framework Implementation Plan Project (NPR-FIPP) builds on this practice analysis work.

 

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