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Emergency Nursing Association British Columbia (ENABC)
The ENABC was founded in 1975 to meet the growing demand for a professional group that supports the Emergency Nursing specialty within the province of British Columbia.
The group’s purposes are:
- To support and maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity, credibility and education in the specialty of Emergency Nursing
- To promote collaboration among nurses working in the field of Emergency Nursing
- To research and communicate matters of mutual interest
- To provide a voice within the profession, to outside bodies and to the public recognizing the specialty, professionalism and value of Emergency Nurses
MANDATE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Board of Directors is elected from the general membership of the Association. They represent the people from numerous areas, who’s work may include emergency nursing situations ie: emergency departments, forensics, clinics, rural nurses, etc…
Directors are required to commit sufficient time to assist the business of the Association, to attend meetings, participate in the management and planning of the organization.
The areas of general responsibility are:
- To carry out the polices of the Association
- To make decisions with respect to hiring and firing staff/contractors
- To make decisions on appointments of members, volunteers or other persons as required
- To monitor and review financial and other business operations of the Association
- To keep the general membership informed
- To act as a planning body
- To act in accordance and comply with the Societies Act of British Columbia and any other statute or legislation which may apply to the running of the Association
- To approve new members when required
- To perform special tasks or projects as required
- To perform other general duties in the operation of the Association
- To attend workshops, seminars, conferences and other functions on behalf of the Association and provide verbal or written reports as determined by the Board of Directors
The success or failure of any organization depends on the ability of the Executive and Board of Directors to make decisions that reflect the best interests of the organization; its goals and objectives. We feel this requires common sense, a clear focus and the capability of planning for the future.
For an explanation and schedule, see all National NENA courses.
Below is a list of other courses and educational workshops in your region.
- TNCC Course Offerings June-October 2015
- TNCC Classes February to June 2015
- ENPC Classes February-June 2015
- ENPC March 20-22 Abbotsford,BC CD Sharron Lyons
- ENPC Mt St. Joseph Vancouver Feb 27-Mar1 CD Sharron Lyons
- ENPC Vernon,BC April 24-26 2015 CD Sherri Morrish
- TNCC September 2014- January 2015
- ENPC Classes September 2014-January 2015
- Revised TNCC List of Courses September-December 2014
- Revised ENPC List September-December 2014
- TNCC Trauma Nursing Core Course
- CTAS Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale
Access official information about ENABC
The ENABC Board of Directors and assigned program managers develop and approve a wide range of policies, positions, educational material, and administrative processes. These are captured in PDF documents and are accessible through the menus on this page.
Some documents are unavailable and are currently being updated and approved by the Board and will be available soon.
Contact the Board President if you are looking for a document that cannot be found in this list.
Thanks for your interest in the Emergency Nursing Association – BC.
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We are a volunteer run organization with an elected Board of Directors. The Board appoints a number of volunteers to manage various aspects of our organization. If you have questions or input please contact the appropriate individuals listed below.
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