The BC Nurses' Union is pleased to sponsor BCNU student nurse members from each of our 16 regions to attend the following events listed below.
Applications will be scored and ranked based on submissions, this may include previous involvement with BCNU and a description of why you would like to attend the event.
In order to be eligible for conference sponsorships, you must be a nursing student in British Columbia, and you must be registered as a BCNU student member. If you are not yet a BCNU student member, please
Each year delegates and observers from across the province meet to do the union's business. It is an opportunity for students to connect with other student nurses, future colleagues and learn more about the workings of a union. BCNU will sponsor one student from each of the 16 regions to attend Convention.
The 2020 BCNU Human Rights and Equity Conference offered an opportunity to explore some of the significant social and political issues that have arisen in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The conference brought nursing colleagues together to engage in dialogue on these and other related issues and to reflect collectively on how we can shape our future as nurses, health care workers and union activists.BCNU sponsored one student from each of the 16 regions to attend this event.
BCNU is hosting a number of online
Nursing Professional Practice Workshops with local and global experts on a variety of themes this year.
This event does not require students to submit an application form. Students will be registered alongside regular members on a first-come, first-served basis.
Competition now closed.
BCNU will be sponsoring four students from each of the 16 regions to attend the virtual CNSA National Conference Nursing Outside of the Box on Jan. 22-23, 2022.
Sponsorship includes the conference registration fee.
The October 28 - 31, 2021 CNSA Western Prairie Regional Conference theme was Building Nurses Self-Care and Resilience and featured engaging workshops to help soon-to-be nurses learn valuable coping skills. The conference was organized by nursing students at Thompson Rivers University and was focused on having more workshops with fewer guest speakers, so that participants could learn new skills.
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