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​​​My Professional Plan ​is a simple, straightforward application. QA team members are available to provide help and advice.

Nurses can review the FAQs below and contact BCCNM with further questions.  

The process seems overwhelming. Where do I st​​art?

Log in to your BCCNM account and go to My Professional Plan. You will be guided through the process step by step. If you are still unsure, contact the QA team who will be happy to help you. 

Can I ask for an extension?

Yes, BCCNM can provide extensions for requesting colleague feedback until May 31 of your selected year.

How do I request a deferral?

First time deferrals can be made online. Log in to your BCCNM account and scroll down to Online Services. Click on the Multisource Feedback Deferral link and follow the instructions to request a deferral.

Subsequent deferral requests must be made via email to Include the following information:

  • First and last name
  • Email address 
  • Registration number 
  • Reason for the deferral request 
  • Phone number

See the Deferrals page for more information.

I'm trying to enter my colleagues' emails but the system won't let me.

If your 30 days to collect feedback has expired (i.e., you missed the deadline), the system will not let you enter your colleagues' emails and send invitations. To see if your 30 days has expired, check the renewal completion email that BCCNM sent when you renewed.

Your deadline to collect feedback is 30 days from when this email was sent. If your 30 days has not expired and you still can't send your colleagues invitations, contact the QA team:

My colleagues have responded but I didn't get my report.

Feedback reports will be ready the day after your 30 calendar day feedback period ends, even if your colleagues responded quickly or you have the minimum three responses for a report.​​​

​Have a question?​​​

​​​All practising registrants interested in QA support are encouraged to contact us:

900 – 200 Granville St
Vancouver, BC  V6C 1S4

​Toll-free 1.866.880.7101 (within Canada only) ​

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