August 2015 Vol. 2 Issue #8
FREE professional development opportunity for YOU

Until September 30, 2015, CLPNBC is offering you a chance to participate in the online Jurisprudence Pilot Project. You will learn about the standards that govern LPN practice in BC. LPNs say it's a great test of their knowledge — just like CLPNBC's TYKs.

what's in it for me ?
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make your vote count - 2015 Board election for District 2 upcoming change to fees

Make sure you read and follow all instructions in your election package to ensure your vote counts! Read about the top three reasons a ballot is spoiled and not counted.

CLPNBC's Board has approved an increase to application, registration and renewal fees effective November 1, 2015.

top 3 reasons  > why fees change  >

You are a non-practising LPN. An event planner is looking for nurses to volunteer at an upcoming music festival. The organizer asks you to fill one of the nursing roles at the event. Can you accept this volunteer job?

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Please select an option:

  1. Yes, if you are working as a volunteer nurse you don't need to have practising registration.
  2. No, unless the event carries liability insurance.
  3. No, you do not hold practising registration so you can't volunteer as a nurse.
  4. Yes, if you have a current first aid and CPR certificate.

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update your address and employer information online! what in the world are digital badges?

New features added to your CLPNBC account! Now if you change employers mid-year or if you have moved, you can update your information right away.

Badges in the 21st Century are not just for Boy Scouts and Girl Guides — they're for LPNs like you! Do you have yours yet?

show me how   > find out more   >


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