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August 2018

Features In this issue
BCCNP board holds first meeting
Updated BCCNP bylaws available for review
Service interruption
Recommended
Most popular
You asked
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BCCNP board holds first meeting

The first board of the BC College of Nursing Professionals held its first meeting on August 13, 2018. The board elected Maria Bishop, RPN, as Chair and Rob Calnan, RN, as Vice-Chair.

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Updated BCCNP bylaws available for review

After receiving feedback on the bylaws posted on May15, 2018, the BCCNP board is re-posting the amended bylaws for an additional five days.

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SERVICE INTERRUPTION
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Training program will enable NPs to prescribe antiretrovirals in BC

The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS and CRNBC have launched a new training program to expand the role of BC nurse practitioners as antiretroviral prescribers.

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MAiD learning module update for providers and assessors

The Provincial MAiD Working Group have reviewed and updated the E-learning module for potential Medical Assistance in Dying assessors and prescribers. Complete the course today.

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EpiPen shortage: update for prescribers

Find out more about the shortage of EpiPen® 0.3mg/0.3 mL product throughout the month of August.

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News  BCCNP: What you need to know
News  BCCNP CEO announced
You asked  Is it ok to accept orders by text or email?
PRACTICE  Revised NP scope standards
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Can an RN dispense narcotics?

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Our clients want us to contact them by text. Is that ok?

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