Question 3

The CLPNA must be satisfied applicants are competent to provide safe and ethical nursing care. One way the CLPNA does this is by ensuring applicants are of good character and reputation, and have maintained good standing in other jurisdictions where they have been registered and/or practiced. If you have outstanding disciplinary issues related to your current or past registration or license(s) before applying to the CLPNA, you may not be eligible for registration. It is recommended that you resolve any outstanding disciplinary issues before applying for registration. Full disclosure to the CLPNA is required.

Example:
As a result of a complaint against him, James has conditions attached to his registration where he is currently registered and working. He may not be eligible for registration until it is verified that the issues are resolved.

Do you have or have you ever had any disciplinary issues regarding your registration in any location?