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Updated RN scope of practice: Dispensing naloxone
Drug overdoses are on the rise across British Columbia. To combat this important health issue, the RN Scope of Practice was expanded earlier this year to enable nurses to dispense naloxone without an order.
New change status service may affect your verification process
It's now easier for registered nurses and nurse practitioners to change their registration status throughout the year. Always check your nurses' registration status when they return to work from an extended absence. Learn more about this new service...
advisory: Abihudi Imbai
The CRNBC registrar has cancelled the registration of Abihudi Imbai, following the Criminal Record Review Program decision that Mr. Imbai poses a risk of sexual abuse to vulnerable adults. Mr. Imbai is barred from working as a registered nurse in B.C.
NCLEX-RN results are in
The Canadian Council of Registered Nurse Regulators has released the National Council Licensure Examination for RNs (NCLEX-RN) results for the first six months of 2015. Find out how B.C. nursing students did on the entry-to-practice exam compared to nursing students across the country.
A company supplying products to our agency has offered funding for nursing education. Would it be a conflict to accept it?
What is the difference between pronouncement and certification of death? Can RNs or NPs do either?
post summaries of resolved complaints. Read
Fentanyl and opioid overdoses: Can responsive regulation help save lives?
Registrar/CEO's latest blog post delves into this topic. Read more
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