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Warning signs: When you're crossing a boundary
As Alissa steps off the elevator with lunch for her client, Claire, she narrowly misses a collision with a colleague, Jim. “You’re not working today!” Jim says. "What are you doing here?" Feeling uncomfortable, Alissa asks herself the same question.
Changes on the way: RN Scope standards
We're introducing a new scope of practice standard for RNs and updates to two existing standards to reflect changes in regulation and introduce a new concept: giving client specific orders. But don't panic! Learn more about timelines and what this means for you.
Changes to eligible practice hours
The type of practice hours you can use toward your five-year basic practice hours requirement has been updated. Find out what you can count, what you can't, and how the policy change impacts those reporting hours during 2017 renewal.
RN Scope of Practice: Minor update
Limits and conditions have been approved for the addition of oral corticosteroids to the autonomous scope of practice by registered nurses treating repiratory distress in known asthmatics in emergency room settings.
More nursing updates
Four colleges. Two provinces. One opportunity.
CRNBC is collaborating with BC's two other nursing regulators and the College of Nurses of Ontario to find new ways to align programs and regulatory tools..
I've been asked by a pharmacist/company/doctor to give flu shots. What do I have to consider before doing this?
I work in a department where patients call and ask for advice. Can I give advice over the phone?
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