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September 2014

Nursing Matters
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NEWS & CASE STUDIES

Nursing Matters

RN Edition

September 2014

Features In this issue
4 ways you'll find our website easier to use
Features
Case studies
Nursing updates
Recommended
Governance
Most popular
You asked
FEATURES
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NEWS

4 ways you'll find our website easier to use

Please check out our new (and better!) website. It's filled with improvements based on feedback from nurses. Taking a cue from the new website, we also updated this newsletter.

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CASE STUDIES
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A friend wants a favour

Photo ©iStock/GracaninDusan

In the middle of a busy shift as charge nurse in emergency, a friend of Daniel's arrives needing sutures. When he hears he'll need to wait, the friend asks Daniel for a favour.

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More case studies

A colleague confides in you
Ethical boundaries on Facebook
NURSING UPDATES
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Frequent feedback

How many times a day do you get feedback on your practice? Feedback isn't always formal, in fact nurses receive feedback all the time.

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More nursing updates

Dispensing medications: joint statement
DST survey results
New clinical resources in the Library
Nursing Matters (CP and NP editions)
RECOMMENDED
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GOVERNANCE UPDATES
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Change to library walk-in service
CRNBC election results
A CRNBC committee needs you!
Proposed bylaw amendment: professional liability protection
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 CASE STUDY   What were the warning signs?
 CASE STUDY  3 confidentiality breaches
 BLOG  Every child needs a champion
 NEWS  Navigating boundaries
 NEWS  We need your feedback
 YOU ASKED  What's the difference between pronouncement of death and certification of death?
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I think I have the flu. If I call in sick, the unit will be short-staffed. Can I work?

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As an instructor, what are my responsibilities for students working at a flu clinic?

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