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New nursing regulator: progress update
It's official! We have an amalgamation date. On Sept. 4, 2018, the new nursing college will officially come into existence, and begin regulating licensed practical nurses, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and registered psychiatric nurses.
Witnessing vs. obtaining consent: what's the difference?
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In the course of admitting Mr. Yan for same-day surgery, Susan notices the surgical consent form, typically completed at the surgeon’s office or the pre-admission clinic, is not signed. What does she do?
More case studies
Notice of cancellation: Gary Dromarsky
CRNBC on March 27, 2018, cancelled the registration of Gary Dromarsky of Victoria, B.C. Investigation determined that Mr. Dromarsky sexually assaulted a client in September 2017 then breached limits placed on his practice to protect the public.
Professional liability protection fee update
The Canadian Nurses Protective Society has announced a fee increase for the 2019 fee period. Here is what you need to know.
Nurse Practitioner onsite review: preparing client records
We have recently updated the CRNBC website with more information for nurse practitioners preparing client records for their Onsite Peer Review.
How much charting am I required to do? What do the standards outline?
Sometimes we buy our patients gifts, is this appropriate? What should we consider?
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