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Nursing Matters

CP Edition

November 2017

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Can she use her RN title?
Bill to amend the Health Professions Act receives Royal Assent
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Can she use her RN title?

Jill is excited to earn more in her new job. But she's being encouraged to use her RN title to help market anti-aging antioxidants to people who trust her as a health care professional. Is this the right thing to do?

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One Nurse Regulator

Bill to amend the Health Professions Act receives Royal Assent

Bill 10, an amendment to the Health Professions Amendment Act, received royal assent on Nov. 2 in the B.C legislature and is now law. This is another milestone on our journey to co-create a single regulatory college for all nurses in British Columbia.

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Case study  What were the warning signs?
News  We're making it easier to receive professional feedback
News  Here's what you need to know about registration statuses
Conduct notice  Interim undertakings – Gary Dromarsky
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As an instructor, what are my responsibilities for students working at a flu clinic?

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I think I have the flu. If I call in sick, the unit will be short-staffed. Can I work?

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