The Regulated Health Professions Act and the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Manitoba General Regulation (the General Regulation) set out the requirements for Health Professions Corporations.
Registered Psychiatric Nurses who wish to practice as a Health Professions Corporation must be registered in good standing* and hold a valid certificate of practice.
*Good standing is defined in the CRPNM By-Laws.
The CRPNM’s Health Professions Corporations Permit Registry can be found here.
*The name of the corporation must contain the type of regulated health profession within it.
Registration and Permit to Practise as a Registered Psychiatric Nursing Corporation
Provided the application is complete and includes all required documents* (copy of Articles of Incorporation or Continuance; current Certificate of Status issued by the Director at the Companies Office) and the payment of the applicable fees, the Registrar will issue a Permit to Practise as a Registered Psychiatric Nursing Corporation.
*CRPNM reserves the right to request additional documentation as may be required after a review of the application.
Changes to the Registered Psychiatric Nursing Corporation
Notify CRPNM of any changes in the particulars of the corporation within 30 days of any such change. Changes should be submitted in writing and would include changes to the president, directors, officers or representative, corporation office address, corporation mailing address, voting and non-voting shareholders to email@example.com. Include a copy of the Articles of Amendment, if applicable. You will be contacted by CRPNM if additional documents are required.
All permits expire one year after the initial date of issuance by the College and are subject to annual renewal. A renewal notice will be sent by email one month prior to date of expiry.