RN(NP) Info and Updates

We do our best to keep you up to date on new information as it is released. However, it is your responsibility to check this page often to make sure you are aware of important updates and changes to your practice.

Updates

  • July 2019 - Use 204-926-3650 to fax requisitions for urgent and elective ultrasound in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. All requisitions for urgent and elective ultrasounds in the WRHA must go through Diagnostic Imaging Central Intake (the process for emergent remains the same, as does the requisition process for ultrasounds in all other Regional Health Authorities). Special attention is given to urgent requests to ensure that patients are seen within the necessary timeframe at the most appropriate site. Requisitions are not processed unless sent through Central Intake. This change aims to improve wait times and reduce the number of double bookings and no shows. Click here for information on the WRHA site.

  • October 2018 - Removal of lisdexamfetamine (Vyvanse®), methylphenidate OROS (Concerta®), and methylphenidate MLR (Biphentin®) from the M3P Program. These drugs are still covered under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act so all other restrictions on the prescribing of the drugs still apply. Click here for more information.

  • September 2018 - Click here to review reporting requirements for medical assistance in dying.

Titles

The title RN(NP) is protected under The Regulated Health Professions Act. Its use is restricted to RNs who have met and maintain the requirements for registration on the extended practice register. Click here to read more about the use of regulated professional titles or click here to view the webinar.

Changing Your Information

Complete this form to change your client population

All RN(NP)s are required to provide current employer contact information. To make changes, log in to your online profile using your registration number and password and click the “NP Contact Info” button in the top navigation bar.

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