Nov. 17, 2023
The College of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CRNA) has received information that a person by the name of Charrybelle Talaue, also known as Charrybelle Perez Talaue and Charrybelle Talaue Baldesancho, has identified herself as a registered nurse (RN) in Alberta in order to seek employment.
Charrybelle Talaue was recently reported for holding herself out as a registered nurse in British Columbia.
Charrybelle Talaue has never been registered as an RN in Alberta, is not a registrant of the CRNA and is not entitled to practise as an RN in Alberta or use the protected title of registered nurse.
Additionally, Charrybelle Talaue may be using the name of a person who is a registrant of the CRNA, Belle Angustia Enerlan, or variations of this name.
Any member of the public can easily verify whether a nurse holds a permit from the College of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CRNA) by using our free, online Find a Nurse tool.
The CRNA also advises the public and employers that all registered nurses and nurse practitioners must use their legal name for the practice permit. Under no circumstances is a registered nurse or nurse practitioner allowed to practise under a different name. The name on their practice permit must be their legal name, which is the name that will appear on government-issued identification (driver’s licence, passport, etc.).