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Nursing Matters

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April 2017

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Protecting vulnerable seniors in your care
Quality assurance
Conduct notices
Recommended
Governance
Most popular
You asked
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CASE STUDY

Protecting vulnerable seniors in your care

Elsie encounters multiple instances of elder abuse committed by a resident at her long-term care facility, but her concerns are dismissed. Find out how she handles the situation.

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QUALITY ASSURANCE
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My Professional Plan pilot project a big success

We’re pleased to report the My Professional Plan pilot was a success! Find out more about the pilot, the web app, and how it will impact qualty assurance requirements.

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CONDUCT NOTICES
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Discipline notice: Judith Winter

Ms. Judith Winter (Reg. # 0851864) failed to appropriately respond to and report three incidences of sexual assaults of residents under her care.

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More nursing updates

Other professional conduct notices
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CRNBC commits to a safer health system for First Nations and Aboriginal People

On March 1, CRNBC and 22 B.C. health regulators pledged their support in making the health system more culturally safe for First Nations and Aboriginal people by signing the Declaration of Commitment to Cultural Safety and Humility.

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GOVERNANCE
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Meet the 2017 Board Candidates
2017 Annual General Meeting notice
Quality assurance practice hours
September 2016 Board meeting minutes
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 BLOG  5 tips for understanding the scope of practice standards
YOU ASKED  Self-employment
 CASE STUDY  He's not your client: can you dispense his meds?
 You Asked  Dealing with documentation
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Can I recommend herbal supplements to my clients?

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Do I need client consent to give a placebo?    

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