NEWS & CASE STUDIES
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Get to know Mary Kjorven
Mary Kjorven began her second term as CRNBC Board Chair in September. She recently shared her reflections on the past year and her hopes for the future.
International licensure: Bold idea or common sense?
Cynthia Johansen reflects on the merits of taking a global approach to nursing regulation.
Social media snapshots
Photo © Veer/DashaPetrenko
These three snapshots show how the Standards apply to common social media issues in practice, such as tweeting a photo of a client, consulting on Facebook, and blogging about work.
More case studies
Scope: Influenza-like Illness
We have a new resource that clarifies scope of practice with regard to prevention and treatment of Influenza-like Illness.
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Are we there yet?
Like using a GPS device to help you get to your destination, it's important to periodically step back from your practice, and your quality assurance activities, to make sure you're heading in the right direction. Evaluation can seem like something you do once you've completed a task, but really, it's part of the continuous cycle of quality assurance.
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Is diagnosing or treating asthma part of CRNBC-certified practice?
Nursing Matters is one of our official methods for communicating with nurses. CRNBC registrants are legally required to receive this newsletter, which contains updates about standards and other news affecting nurses' practice.
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