Member of public elected president of body overseeing nurses
Four regulators. Two provinces. One great opportunity.
Publication ban lifted in Susan Muzylowsky decision
College of Nurses of Ontario seeking that facility be named in the Susan Muzylowsky decision
New RN exam: Let’s get back to the facts
Nouvel examen pour IA : Revenons-en aux faits
College elects 2015-2016 Council officers
Statistics show more nurses working in Ontario
College of Nurses of Ontario marks 50 years of protecting the public interest
Registered Nurse regulators incorporate at national level
Les organismes de réglementation de la profession infirmière se constituent en société au niveau national
New RN entry exam coming in 2015
Putting a stop to nurse impostors
CNO participates in prosecution of illegal practitioner
CNO successfully prosecutes man illegally practising nursing
College of Nurses of Ontario's Council elects new officers
CNO issued the following statement in response to questions from CBC news program The National regarding the outcome of a disciplinary hearing and the issue of nurses moving across jurisdictional borders.
CNO response to The National
On Wednesday, March 9, the CBC news program The National broadcast an examination of nurses coming from other provinces, territories or countries (“jurisdictions”) to Ontario to practise. Below is the College’s statement to the CBC, made prior to the broadcast.
CNO statement to CBC News, The National
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