Have a Voice in the Review of the Continuing Competence Program

As a profession that provides an essential service for the public, it is important for nurses to continually improve their practice. The CCP provides the framework for RNs to identify, plan and document their ongoing professional development. In the spirit of continual improvement, the CRNS is reviewing the existing structure of the program and is now involving the membership in next steps.

As a mandatory component of annual licensing in Saskatchewan, the voice of those who are required to participate in the program on an ongoing basis is essential in measuring the effectiveness, ease of use and execution of the CCP. The Program allows members to take the lead in ongoing professional development, competence development and supports you to continue to provide the best quality and safest care to your clients. Your participation will aid in revising a program that you will be an active participant in while embracing the opportunities it provides your ongoing practice.

The CRNS has created a short survey to gather information on the experience members have had with the current CCP, what is liked, what could be improved and ideas and suggestions for what a revised program may look like. We ask that you take five to 10 minutes to complete the survey to share your experience and feedback with us. At the end of the survey there is space to provide contact information if you are interested in taking part in focus groups that will be hosted in the upcoming months to gather further information.

If you have any questions regarding the CCP review, please direct them to dmarin@crns.ca. To learn more about the CCP review please visit the CRNS webpage.

Your participation is greatly appreciated.

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