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February 2014


Nursing Matters

February 2014


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item: It's time to renew your registration

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item: Features (1)
item: Case Studies (4)
item: Nursing Updates (4)
item: Recommended (1)
item: Governance (7)
item: Most Popular (6)
item: You Asked (4)
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Time to renew


It's time to renew your registration

Please ensure you have renewed your registration before February 28 so that you can legally continue to practise nursing after February 28 and avoid additional fees ($222.08 reinstatement fee).

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Case Studies
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He's not your client. Can you dispense his meds?
He's not your client

It's a Saturday night in Emerg when a man arrives wanting a medication order filled. He's not a client and tells Selena, an experienced critical care nurse, that he doesn't want an assessment.

What happens next?
More Case Studies
item: Confidentiality & photography
item: Duty to Report
item: Does supervising
RN(C)s count as Certified Practice?
Nursing Updates
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What is CRNBC Certified Practice?

We've been getting some questions about Certified Practice: how nurses can get certified, what it means to hold certified practice designation, and more. As a result, we've updated the Certified Practice webpage and added some FAQs.

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More Nursing Updates
item: 2 changes affecting criminal record checks
item: New clinical resources in the Library
item: Nursing Matters (CP and NP editions)
Recommended: Pre-Authorized Payments
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 Tried our monthly payment option?

Want to break up your renewal fee into monthly payments?

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Governance Updates
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item: Call for Board nominations
item: Blog: Improving the internationally-educated nurse experience
item: Careers at CRNBC
item: National Nursing Assessment Service
item: Preserving our past
item: Board minutes
item: Professional Conduct Notices
Most Popular
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item: Less tax on renewal fees
item: What do I do if I have forgotten my password or email address?
item: 10-second scenarios on "use of title"
item: 4 things to know about 2014 renewal
item: Blog: Looking ahead to an exciting 2014
item: Medication administration: Knowing what you don't know
You Asked
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If I am charged with a criminal offence do I need to tell CRNBC?
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A client sent a "friend" request to my personal Facebook account. Is it okay to accept?
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I work on a psychiatric unit. My client, an RN, was admitted for a drug overdose ... should she be reported to CRNBC?
Read our answer
Can I carry out orders taken verbally and recorded by a pharmacist?
Read our answer
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