Jurisprudence Learning Module

Click here to log in to your member profile and complete the jurisprudence learning module

Jurisprudence Moved to New Provider

Lessonly, a cloud-based learning system, is more cost effective and allows you to complete modules in smaller, shorter lessons. It will also give us more valuable data about how effective these modules are as learning tools.

What should I know about Lessonly?

  • Some of the previous jurisprudence learning modules will be flagged incomplete in Lessonly. Do not panic. You do not need to complete all of the modules again. Your CRNM member profile is the only place to verify which modules you have already completed.
  • You will need to click through the pages of each lesson.
  • You will need to click the "Finish" button at the end of each lesson and at the end of each module.
  • Google Chrome remains the ideal web browser for completing these modules.

What does jurisprudence mean?

Jurisprudence is a legal term that refers to studying the law. For our purpose, jurisprudence is about ensuring you are aware of legislation, regulations, standards and policies that affect your registered nursing practice.

What do I have to do?

  • Complete the newest module: "Reserved Acts in Practice".
    • ‚ÄčWatch for this module's launch early in the new year.
  • Complete the following modules when you apply for registration with the College (you don't need to do them every year):
    • "Self-Regulation 101"
    • "Scope of Practice"

How do I know which modules I have completed?

Log in to your CRNM member profile and check under the “Jurisprudence” heading. The modules you have completed will show the original completion date beside them. It will look like this:

How do I access the modules?

1. Log in to your CRNM member profile using your registration number and password.

  • If you do not know your registration number, you can find it by searching your name on Nurse Check.
  • If you have forgotten your password, click “forgot my password” and enter your registration number. You will receive an email with a link to reset your password (please note this will be sent to the email address we have on file for you).

2. Click the “jurisprudence learning module” button on the top right-hand side of your profile. 

Click here to read our jurisprudence FAQs

For more information, please contact us:

Telephone: 204-774-3477 ext. 658
Toll-free: 1-800-665-2027 ext. 658 (Manitoba only)