Professional Standards Survey

Introduction

BCCNP is working on harmonizing and revising the Professional Standards (and the Code of Ethics for Registered Psychiatric Nurses) for all nursing designations in BC. These standards provide an overall framework for the practice of licensed practical nurses, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses in British Columbia. They set out the minimum levels of performance that nurses are required to achieve in their practice.


This work is being driven by a desire to provide consistent regulation by BCCNP for all nursing designations, and also reflects changes proposed by the Steering Committee on the Modernization of Health Professional Regulation.


You are being asked for your opinions on the current Professional Standards for your designation.


The survey should take about 20 minutes to complete and will be available until July 9, 2020.


Before you begin the survey, please review the Professional Standards for your designation:



What happens to my feedback?

Your feedback is analyzed by BCCNP staff and used to make changes to the draft practice standard. BCCNP’s Board will review the practice standard for approval in 2020.


Consent

All responses to the survey are confidential. By responding to this survey, you agree to participate in this research. It is collected under the authority of the Health Professions Act, BCCNP Bylaws, and supporting board policy. Information regarding our privacy notice is available online.


Use and retention of data

The information collected in this form will be used to improve services and communications for registrants and other stakeholders, develop programs and otherwise provide feedback for BCCNP operations. Information will be analyzed both in aggregate and individual form. However, care will be taken to ensure that the identity of the research participant will not be revealed. An individual may be quoted and cited in the report but no supporting data linkages will be revealed to protect the identity of the research participants. All data will be hosted and stored within Canada in accordance with section 30.1 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. The retention period of data and the research reports will be governed by the College’s approved records retention schedule.


Right to refuse or withdraw

Participation in this survey is voluntary. You do not have to take part in this survey if you do not wish to do so and your decision will not affect any current or future involvement with BCCNP.