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October 2015

Nursing Matters | October 2015
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October 2015

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"Saying you are one doesn't make you one": Public safety campaign
CEO blog
Case studies
Promo
Nursing Updates
Recommended
Governance
Most popular
You asked
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BC Health Regulators launch public safety campaign:

"Saying you are one doesn't make you one"

Children pretend to be health care professionals with disastrous - and humourous - results to demonstrate the risks of receiving care from unlicensed individuals.

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CEO BLOG
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CASE STUDIES
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Can you answer clients' tough questions?

As a public health nurse, Rachel often runs immunization clinics for children. Recently, parents have asked her some tough questions about vaccines and their side effects that have caught her off guard. What should she do?

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More case studies

Balancing work fatigue and client safety
A colleague confides in you: Duty to report
You know the client. Now what?
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NURSING UPDATES
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Four tips to make quality assurance a habit

Quality assurance isn't a few questions you answer once a year; as a self-regulating professional, it's a year-round responsibilty. The good news is it doesn't have to take a lot of time or effort! Here are four tips to make quality assurance a habit.

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More nursing updates

New clinical resources in the Library
Nursing Matters (CP and NP editions)
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GOVERNANCE UPDATES
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Board chair and vice-chair re-elected
Minutes: June 2015 Board meeting
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 NEWS  Dispensing naloxone to treat suspected overdose
 News  Change your status online, anytime
 CASE STUDY  Keeping it personal: Professional boundaries on Facebook
 BLOG  Fentanyl and opioid overdoses: Can responsive regulation save lives?
YOU ASKED
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For personal reasons, I don't want to (or can't) have the flu shot. Will I lose my license if I refuse?

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When we have to work short-staffed, I'm concerned that client care may be compromised. What should I do?

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