NEWS & CASE STUDIES
Closing in on a CDS prescribing milestone
The Ministry of Health has proposed changes to the nursing regulations to enable controlled drugs and substances prescribing (CDS) by NPs. The draft regulations have implications on this and other nursing matters for all four nursing groups.
What is the BCNU lawsuit about?
In response to your questions, we posted a brief explanation of the BCNU lawsuit commenced against CRNBC and the Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia.
Can a nurse diagnose anaphylaxis?
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A camper, stung during an outdoor game, is reacting. Do his symptoms add up to anaphylaxis? What should the camp nurse do?
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New CDS prescribing FAQs
We posted new FAQs about CDS prescribing, including information about exclusions and limits, education requirements, and preparation.
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