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  • New Professional Liability Protection requirements

    At its September meeting, the College’s Council approved a by-law that requires all members except those in the Non-Practising Class to hold Professional Liability Protection (PLP).

  • Professional Liability Protection

    Information for nurses about the new PLP requirement and how it may affect their practice.

  • General Class: Terms, Conditions and Limitations

    The member shall provide to the Executive Director the details of any of the following that relate to the member and occur or arise on or after the day that the member was issued a certificate of registration: A finding of guilt arising in any jurisdiction relating to any offence. A charge arising in any jurisdiction relating to any offence. A...

  • Extended Class: Terms, Conditions and Limitations

    The member shall provide to the Executive Director the details of any of the following that relate to the member and occur or arise on or after the day that the member was issued a certificate of registration: A finding of guilt arising in any jurisdiction relating to any offence. A charge arising in any jurisdiction relating to any offence. A...

  • Emergency Assignment Class: Terms, Conditions and Limitations

    The member shall practise the profession only within the scope of his or her Emergency Assignment certificate. The member shall at all times when providing nursing services identify himself or herself as an Emergency Assignment member. The member shall be restricted to the use of the following title: in the case of a member holding an Emergency...

  • General Class

    Most nurses registered with the College belong to the General Class. Both Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses belong in this class.

  • Emergency Assignment Class

    The Emergency Assignment Class comes into effect when the province declares an emergency and asks the College to register qualified nurses in the Emergency Assignment Class.

  • Extended Class

    The Extended Class is for RNs who have additional education and clinical experience that allows them to practise as Nurse Practitioners.

  • Temporary Class

    The Temporary Class is an option for applicants who have met all the requirements for the General Class except completing the registration exam.

  • Non-Practising Class

    The Non-Practising Class is for members who want to keep their membership at times when they are not practising in Ontario.

Page last reviewed September 28, 2010