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B.C.'s opioid overdose crisis and nurses: "Is my licence at risk?"
As overdose prevention services are being established across our province, we are being asked by nurses: "Is my licence at risk if I provide nursing care in these sites where conditions can be less than ideal?"
New medical assistance in dying forms and nursing resources
Updated medical assistance in dying (MAiD) resources are now available, including required Ministry of Health provincial forms and a new MAiD module and decision support tool.
Caring for yourself
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Her shift hasn't even started yet and already, Doris has snapped at a colleague. She knows she's become increasingly short-tempered as winter sets in. She thought getting through the holiday season would improve her irritability, but it hasn't.
More case studies
Notice of cancellation: Leila Reshid
On Nov. 28, 2016, CRNBC cancelled the registration of Leila Reshid of Vancouver (#0905983). Ms. Reshid is no longer entitled to work as a nurse.
More nursing updates
What is the difference between preparing and pre-pouring medications? Can I pre-pour medications?
A client died and left me something in her will. What should I do?
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