Public Protection

Public Protection

The Prince Edward Island Licensed Practical Nurses Registration Board (PEILPNRB) is the regulatory body for Licensed Practical Nurses in Prince Edward Island. The mandate of the Board is to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public through fair, consistent and effective nursing regulation. The PEILPNRB fulfils this mandate by:

  • setting requirements for entry into the profession
  • licensing graduate practical nurses and active practising LPNs
  • developing and enforcing standards of practice and conduct, and
  • intervening when a registrant’s practice or behaviour is unacceptable.

 

How to File a Complaint

Complaints against registrants of the PEILPNRB are to be directed to the Registrar of the PEILPNRB. Please submit a written and signed complaint to:

Kimberley Jay, Registrar
Prince Edward Island Licensed Practical Nurses Registration Board
155 Belvedere Ave, Suite 204
Charlottetown, PE C1A 2Y9
Canada

Should you require assistance or wish to discuss the situation prior to proceeding with a formal complaint, please contact the PEILPNRB either by phone at 902-566-1512 or by email at info@peilpnrb.ca

 

Overview of the Complaint Process

One of the statutory responsibilities of the PEILPNRB is to investigate all complaints received from employers, fellow registrants, clients, or members of the public regarding a licensed practical nurse in PEI. Any person can make a complaint to the Registrar.

PEILPNRB’s intervention begins when an individual concerned about a registrant’s conduct or practice submits, in writing, a complaint to the Prince Edward Island Licensed Practical Nurses Registration Board.

When a complaint is referred to the Investigation Committee, a letter is sent to the complainant acknowledging receipt of the complaint and requesting additional information. A letter is also sent to the registrant informing them that a complaint has been received and that the matter is being referred to the Investigation Committee. A copy of the complaint is included in the initial letter to the registrant.

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