ARNPEI Fall Conference is October 23 2015 on RN Prescribing. This will prove to be an excellent learning event as we EXPLORE what is happening with RN prescribing across Canada, as well as in the UK. As part of the day there will be 3 special guests (health care providers. NP, RN and Dr.) who will speak on a panel. Please post the poster- from the link below, in your departments and share with your colleagues. http://arnpei.ca/images/pdf/Save%20the%20date%20Fall%20Final.pdf Full brochure to follows as soon as info available.

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Welcome to the Association of Registered Nurses of Prince Edward Island (ARNPEI) website. The ARNPEI is the professional organization and regulatory body for registered nurses in Prince Edward Island.

In accordance with the Registered Nurses Act, anyone wishing to practice as a "registered nurse" in Prince Edward Island must be a member of the Association.  Founded in 1922, ARNPEI is the largest group of health professionals in the province with approximately 1750 members.

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1. The individual registered nurse has a professional obligation and the primary responsibility for acquiring and maintaining competence.

2.  Acquiring and maintaining competence requires support from others, including colleagues, employers,professional and regulatory nursing organizations, and government.

3.  Continuing competence can be facilitated or hindered by the environment in which individuals practice.

 

 

REGISTRATION

Registration and current licensure as a registered nurse is mandatory in order to practice as a registered nurse in Prince Edward Island. Read more ...

Registration must be renewed annually for Registered Nurses and Registered Nurse Practitioners.

Practising nursing without a valid license is illegal and constitutes an infringement of the Nurses Act.

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