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Regulation Matters

A resource for employers of registered nurses and nurse practitioners.

Winter 2016
In this issue
RN Scope standards: Changes on the way
MAiD FAQs
Change to number of NCLEX writings allowed
Nursing updates
Consensual complaint resolutions
Governance
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Nurses asked
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RN Scope standards: Changes on the way

We're introducing a new scope of practice standard for RNs and updates to two existing standards to reflect changes in regulation and introduce a new concept: giving client specific orders. Learn more about when the updates come into effect and what this means for RNs.

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Nursing updates

Opioid crisis: Changes to RN and NP scope

On Dec. 2, 2016, the CRNBC Board approved changes to both RN and NP scopes of practice to enable nurses and nurse practitioners to better respond to the opioid crisis.

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More nursing updates

RN Scope: Delegation of syphilis
RN Scope: Oral corticosteroids
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GOVERNANCE UPDATES
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2017 renewal fees
Board minutes: April 2016
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 NURSES ASKED  I work in the community. What title should I use?
 NEWS  RN scope of practice: MAiD
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When we work short-staffed, we're not always able to meet all our clients' care needs. Can we be reported for not meeting standards?

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My practice takes me into environments that cause me to be concerned for my safety. What can I do to keep myself safe?

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Regulation Matters is a quarterly resource for employers of registered nurses and nurse practitioners in B.C. It contains timely information about nursing regulation and issues relating to our mandate that may impact your work.

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