Frequently Asked Questions
Learn More About the Role of Regional Chapter ChairsRegional Chapter Chair is an excellent opportunity for professional development.
The role of Regional Chair will enhance leadership skills, group facilitation, problem identification and solving and networking skills. In addition, being a Regional Chair provides an opportunity to become actively engaged with the BCCNA and member associations.
BCCNA welcomes interest and participation from all B.C. nurses including current, retired, or student Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Licenced Practical Nurses and Registered Psychiatric Nurses.
- Who can be a Regional Chair?
- What is the Time Commitment for Regional Chairs?
- Can a Regional Chair and/or Chapter member also participate in speciality groups or communities of practice?
- Is Regional Chair a paid position?
- What happens if a Regional Chair or Chapter member is asked to address the media or public?
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