Great things happen when organizations work together. Assuring public safety through professional regulation.
WHAT IS THE NETWORK?
We are the combined conscience of Nova Scotia’s self-regulated health professions. As a network of health regulators we work together to uphold and protect the public through collaborative regulation.
We seek out and listen to our public, to each other and to industry leaders to create a culture of continual improvement.
We share with each other, with our public, and with other jurisdictions and practitioners to generate discussion, increase knowledge and create an environment conducive to collaborative regulation.
We innovate, create, and implement industry leading regulations, policies, and best practices to improve patient safety.
Our focus is public safety. We uphold the quality and professionalism of healthcare professionals across Nova Scotia. We evaluate our standards, investigate the concerns of the public and implement new regulations that impact the quality of the care you receive.
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