LPNs are Self-Regulating Professionals

As licensed practical nurses, you have the privilege of regulating your own profession because of your specialized knowledge. But what does self-regulation actually mean?

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Did You know? SLC Document Updated!

Can LPNs change IV bags?

On November 21, 2013, the CLPNBC Board of Directors approved changes to limits and conditions for LPN practice in BC. See what's changed!

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Nominate That Special LPN! Volunteer Opportunity

Do you know an LPN who deserves an award? We'd love to hear about them! Deadline: March 3!

Are you interested in providing feedback on standards of practice? We have five brief surveys for you.

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Announcements & Acknowledgements

Requirements for LPN Practice

The Board approved the following CLPNBC Practice Standards: Consent, Conflict of Interest, Duty to Provide Care & Documentation on November 21, 2013. Please note that the CLPNBC practice guidelines about Consent, Duty to Provide Care and Documentation are no longer current.

Attention Self-Employed LPNs
CLPNBC has created a new support document – A Resource for Self-Employed LPNs

Professional Conduct Decisions

The 2013 summary decisions are now available. View them here.

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