The College of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CRNA) regulates the practice for its registrants in Alberta.
As a regulator, our role is to serve the public interest by ensuring ethical, safe, competent care by our registrants.
The CRNA is responsible for addressing complaints made about the conduct of its registrants.
The CRNA recognizes that coming forward with a complaint about sexual abuse or sexual misconduct can be very difficult and provides specific supports for this type of complaint.
Anyone can check if a person is permitted to practise in Alberta.
The CRNA can answer your questions about the standards registrants must meet to practise in Alberta.