- Nursing Education Council
- Background and Purpose
The Nursing Education Council of British Columbia (NECBC) is a consortium of program leaders representing nursing programs in British Columbia. NECBC was founded in 1978 with the vision of the collective to be recognized for its leadership and advocacy in matters that impact education in registered nursing, psychiatric nursing and licensed practical nursing.
Our mission is to represent and speak for nursing education in the province and act to promote nursing education that is responsive to the changing needs of society.
The nursing programs represented by NECBC include graduate programs in nursing; Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs; Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing programs; Practical Nursing programs and Health Care Assistant (formerly known as Home Support Worker/Residential Care Attendant) programs.
The purposes of the Council are to:
- Establish strategic links with key provincial and national groups and agencies for purposes of influencing policy and planning regarding nursing education.
- Collaborate with relevant provincial and national groups and agencies for the improvement of nursing practice and nursing education.
- Monitor and respond to trends and public policy initiatives as they impact nursing education
- Develop appropriate responses to social trends and public policy initiatives
- Maintain effective channels of communication and information exchange both within the Council and external to the Council Contact Information
- Contact Information
SONYA GRYPMA PhD RN
Dean + Professor | TWU School of Nursing
Phone: (604) 513-2121 ext 3283
Assistant: Raechel (604) 513-2050; firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: (604) 513-2012
Location: Neufeld Science Centre
Director, School of Health Studies
Faculty of Health Sciences,
University of the Fraser Valley
Ph. (604) 795-2832
Fax (604) 792-0733
- NECBC Members List
- Programs Offered at NECBC Member Institutions
- NECBC Resources