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The B.C Nursing Wiki was created as a platform to allow nurses across the province to access and contribute meaningful information related to the nursing profession.
The Wiki is accessible to everyone and provides trusted and reliable information on nursing and nurses in British Columbia.
How to contribute:
- Request to 'Join this site' (see link in the menu on the right).
- Once you have sent your request, it will be reviewed by the ARNBC Wiki administrators.
- Once approved, you will be able to create new pages and/or edit pages.
- To edit a page, scroll down to the bottom right, and you will see a link marked 'edit'. Clicking this will open the editor. Be sure to save your work before exiting.
- To create a new page, use the menu on the left and locate the 'new page' option. Clicking this will allow you to create a new page for the Wiki.
- If you have any questions, or any problems, please feel free to contact us at ac.cbnra|nimda#ac.cbnra|nimda.
The Five Principles of the ARNBC B.C. Nursing Wiki:
- The ARNBC Wiki is an encyclopedia of B.C. nursing. It is not a soapbox, an advertising platform, a vanity press, or a way to air grievances against a specific person or organization.
- The ARNBC Wiki is written from a neutral point of view. We strive for articles and entries that explain the major points of view and those that are factual. Editors should strive for accuracy and cite reliable and authoritative sources. Personal opinions, experiences and interpretations do not belong.
- ARNBC Wiki content is free for use. All editors freely license their work to the public and no editor owns an entry. Respect copyright laws and link to the original sources as often as possible.
- Editors of the ARNBC Wiki are expected to behave with respect and civility towards other editors. Nursing is a self-regulated profession. Apply those principles to the use of the ARNBC Wiki.
- There are no firm rules about what can or can not be contained in the ARNBC Wiki. The information contained here is meant for use by B.C. nurses for informational and educational purposes and all editors are expected to maintain this standard. The interpretation of appropriate content can evolve over time. No one expects that each entry will be perfect, but we do expect that pages are created and edited in good faith and with the benefit of the profession in mind.
*Adapted from Wikipedia’s Five Pillars.