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December 2014

CRNBC | College of registered nurses of British Columbia

NEWS & CASE STUDIES

                    

Nursing Matters

RN Edition

December 2014

Features In this issue
Nursing excellence awards
3 things to know about 2015 renewal
Features
Case studies
Nursing updates
Recommended
Governance
Most popular
You asked
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Professionalism

Recognizing excellence

At our recent Nursing Excellence Awards, we were delighted to celebrate 36 nurses from all areas of our province, including 22 from the GVRD, five from the Island, seven from the North, and two from the Interior.

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Renewal

3 things to know about 2015 renewal

We have made several changes to renewal to improve nurses' experiences, including changing how nurses report practice hours and how we collect the criminal record check fee.

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CASE STUDIES
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Feedback: Speaking up for standards

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Yuki's a little uncomfortable about giving her colleagues some feedback. Should she do it now or wait until later?

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More case studies

Is avoidance a boundary issue?
Balancing work fatigue and client safety
Taking pictures of clients: is it ever okay?
Boundary snapshots
NURSING UPDATES
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Understanding 2015 fee changes

Registration renewal is just around the corner. Learn more about fee changes for 2015.

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More nursing updates

RN QA requirements for renewal
New clinical resources in the Library
Nursing Matters (CP and NP editions)
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GOVERNANCE UPDATES
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CEO Blog
Call for board nominations
Call for AGM resolutions
Professional conduct notices
MOST POPULAR
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 BLOG  International licensure: Bold idea or common sense?
 CASE STUDY  Social media snapshots
 NEWS  Get to know Mary Kjorven
 NEWS  Scope: Influenza-like illness
 NEWS  New authority coming for RNs and NPs
 YOU ASKED  Is diagnosing or treating asthma part of CRNBC-certified practice?
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Does being remote certified
by CRNBC prepare me to
work in remote settings?

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I'm retiring and don't plan to renew my registration. Do I need to let you know?

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