|Professional Conduct Services|
For self-regulating professions such as nursing, public accountability is of utmost importance. Regulation refers not only to setting standards for nursing practice, but also assuming the responsibility to intervene on the public's behalf when practice or behavior is unacceptable. The College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS: the College), as the regulatory body for nursing in Nova Scotia, demonstrates this responsibility when it addresses written complaints about the practice or behavior of registered nurses.
Professional Conduct Services
Heather Totton, Director
Karen Boutilier, Administrative Assistant
Matthew Lafond, Professional Conduct Consultant