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Renew your membership and avoid a late fee

Renew your membership by Monday, Dec. 31, 2018 and avoid the $113 late fee. Go to Maintain Your Membership and renew today.  

Nurses who have not renewed by Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019 will have their membership suspended. This means they will not be able to practice nursing in Ontario until they pay all outstanding fees. Read the Annual Membership Renewal page for more information about renewal deadlines.

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Need help renewing? Contact us from Monday to Friday, 0830 hrs to 1900 hrs. Call 1 866-573-5405 (in North America) or 416 849-6135 (outside North America) or email the College.


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Help make RN prescribing safe: Comment on proposed regulation

The changes would permit RNs who successfully complete education to prescribe certain medications and communicate diagnoses ...

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New Code of Conduct coming in February

The Code clearly outlines nurses’ accountabilities regardless of their role, job description or practice setting ...

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When to report a serious adverse drug reaction or medical device incident

Under-reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and medical device incidents can hurt patients ...

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Proposed by-law changes put more employment information on the Register

Review the proposed changes and send us your feedback. 

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New Reporting Form easier to use

The form can be used by a nurse, a nurse employer, or facility operator to report any information to CNO.

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Should nurses initiate psychotherapy without an order? Comment on the proposed changes to the Controlled Acts Regulation

We are seeking your feedback on a proposed regulation ...

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New resources replace the Infection Prevention and Control and Restraints practice standards

Nurses rely on standards and guidelines to stay up to date in practice. After reviewing our guidelines and practice standards, we have determined that some are no longer relevant to current practice settings.

 

To ensure nurses have the information they need, we are replacing the Infection Prevention and Control and Restraints practice standards and several guidelines with updated resources that will better guide your decision-making. The guidelines we are replacing are ...

 

 

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