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Nursing Matters

RN Edition

October 2016

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Warning signs: When you're crossing a boundary
Scope of practice
Nursing updates
Most popular
You asked
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Warning signs: When you're crossing a boundary

As Alissa steps off the elevator with lunch for her client, Claire, she narrowly misses a collision with a colleague, Jim. “You’re not working today!” Jim says. "What are you doing here?" Feeling uncomfortable, Alissa asks herself the same question.

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Scope of Practice
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CRNBC Board Chair and Vice Chair re-elected
Meet the 2016-17 CRNBC Board
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 NEWS  Controlled prescription pad program is live
 CASE STUDY  Duty to provide care vs. your personal values and beliefs
 NEWS  Social media and confidentiality
 BLOG  Bridging the divide
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I've been asked by a pharmacist/company/doctor to give flu shots. What do I have to consider before doing this?

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I work in a department where patients call and ask for advice. Can I give advice over the phone?

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