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January 2016

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Nursing Matters

RN Edition

January 2016

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Registration renewal is open!
Renewal
Case studies
Nursing updates
Recommended
Governance
Most popular
You asked
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Registration

Registration renewal is open!

With nearly 40,000 nurses and nurse practitioners renewing their registration this year, we recommend that you renew by February 1 to ensure that you can legally continue to practise nursing after February 29, 2016.

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RENEWAL
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CASE STUDIES
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Top case studies of 2015

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Find out which case studies were most popular in 2015.

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More case studies

Use of title snapshots
Client's right to care and nurse's personal safety
A question of boundaries
NURSING UPDATES
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Revised nursing regulations

The provincial government has made effective revised nursing regulations for B.C. nurses.

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Documentation standard updated

Minor revisions to the Documentation practice standard have been approved by the CRNBC Board. The revisions primarily address records retention and expectations related to electronic health records.

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More nursing updates

What is multisource feedback?
CDS prescribing for NPs: Update
Nursing Matters (RN and NP editions)
RECOMMENDED
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GOVERNANCE UPDATES
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Exploring the formation of one nurse regulator in B.C.
Call for AGM resolutions
Call for nominations: CRNBC Board
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 NEWS  Renewal: 5 things to know
 CASE STUDY  Returning to practice: weighing the options
 YOU ASKED  Can I work with the flu?
 YOU ASKED  Can I refuse to work in an unfamiliar practice area?
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In our clinic, we use sclerosing agents to treat varicose veins. Do I need an order to administer these?

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I work in an emergency department. If a police officer asks, should I share information about a patient?

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