Web learning modules offer you a convenient way to learn. They allow you to learn at your own pace at any time of day. The modules are segmented into topic areas, so you can either complete the modules in their entirety or select a single topic area to focus on. For added convenience, you can stop mid-way through the module and then later return to where you left off to continue your learning.
How comfortable and confident are you in recognizing, establishing and maintaining appropriate professional boundaries in your practice? Can you identify where a professional relationship ends and a personal relationship begins? Can you navigate ‘grey zones’?
This module tunnels down to the foundations that support therapeutic relationships and the potential slippery slope of boundary drifts, crossings and violations. Stories from nurses in variety of roles and practice contexts illustrate common boundary violations. Learn strategies on recognizing and preventing crossed boundaries.
Common boundaries violations»
Professional boundaries: A closer look»
Whether you’re an experienced nurse or newly-graduated, clinical decision-making skills are at the heart of any nursing practice. This self-paced module builds on your existing knowledge to strengthen your clinical decision-making skills.
Clinical Decision-making: A Closer Look»Unpacking Clinical Decision-making: Frameworks»
Communications in Practice»Considering Context in Effective Communication»
Effective Communication Key Element»
This module provides nurse practitioners with the relevant legislation and CRNBC competencies, standards, limits and conditions to prescribe controlled drugs and substances (CDS) in British Columbia.
CDS prescribing is a complex area of practice with high rates of morbidity and mortality associated with drug interactions, overdose and addictions. The competencies associated with this practice are distinct and beyond those related to prescribing generally. As such, the CRNBC Standard for CDS prescribing outlines a number of related conditions, including the requirement to successfully complete one of three foundational courses accepted by CRNBC in controlled drugs and substances prescribing and this CDS prescribing learning module.
This module builds on the foundational course NPs take on CDS prescribing. It includes information and activities designed to support NPs in:
Do you know what you need to document when you consult with other care providers? Or how much charting is enough? These are just a few of the types of questions we can help you answer with the Documentation in Nursing Practice learning module.
Characteristics of Effective Documentation»Common Errors in Documentation»Directives for Documentation»
Are you an internationally educated nurse who has never been registered in Canada? If so, this learning module is for you.
We have put together this short module to walk you through the application process. We've included important information to support your journey in applying to be a practising registered nurse in British Columbia. In addition, this module explores some important aspects of nursing in British Columbia. You'll learn about self-regulation and how CRNBC plays a role in nursing regulation.
Jurisprudence is a legal term that refers to the study or knowledge of law. Nursing jurisprudence is law that relates specifically to nursing practice. All nurses should be familiar with the laws and legislation that affects their practice.
This module examines how jurisprudence applies to a nurse's practice. The module takes about 1.5 hours to complete. There are several case studies, related resources and self-quizzes to help nurses learn about jurisprudence. The jurisprudence module is suitable for nurses at any stage of their nursing career.
Starting in September 2016, all CRNBC applicants must complete the jurisprudence module and declare
on their registration application that they've completed the module.
There is no formal test or quiz required to meet CRNBC's registration requirements.
In this module, you'll learn how to translate and apply the standards to your practice while exploring the current issues related to medication administration.
Our Privacy & Confidentiality in Nursing Practice learning module is an essential tool for any nurse wanting to avoid the pitfalls of social media missteps. This self-paced module guides you through the issues related to privacy and confidentiality in nursing practice.
Challenges Related to Privacy and Confidentiality»
The CRNBC Professional Standards for Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners are foundational to any nurse’s practice. In 2012 we updated the Professional Standards to reflect today’s nursing environment. This self-paced learning module takes you through the principles to help you apply them to your nursing practice.
Exploring the Professional Standards»
The Quality Assurance in Nursing Practice learning module explores the three main components of the CRNBC QA program: Self-Assessment, Feedback, and Professional Development. It also walks you through CRNBC QA program using reflective and goal-setting activities.
This a great learning tool for anyone who wants learn more about how quality assurance and the CRNBC QA program.
One of the most difficult challenges a nurse can face is having to address unsafe nursing practice. There are legal and ethical issues to consider, and often these situations are complicated and emotional. This self-paced module aims to help you work towards the most effective and positive outcome.
Overview on Taking Action»Taking Action: Systems and Processes»
When nursing came under the Health Professions Act (HPA) in 2005, many nurses wondered how provincial legislation affected their practice. The answer is that the HPA — through legislation — defines the scope of practice for nurses. To help you understand this relationship, we created a learning module. The self-paced module examines the HPA and scope of practice to help you apply this knowledge to your nursing practice.
Please note that the RN Scope of practice standards (formerly known as Acting with an Order and Acting Without an Order) have been revised. This new content has not yet been included in this module.
Whether working with students as learners or as Employed Students Nurses (ESNs), RNs already supervise students in both these roles. However, nurses in education and clinical settings have asked for more clarity around RN and NP responsibilities. Therefore, the Regulatory Supervision and Employed Student Registrant Practice Standards were introduced to define these responsibilities. These practice standards help everyone understand their role when working with student learners and ESNs. It guides the process nurses choose to use with students and clarifies their accountabilities. To help put these new Standards into practice, we produced the Working with Students learning module.
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