July 2015 Vol. 2 Issue #7
Jurisprudence Pilot Project - 2 winners!

We are giving away prizes! In May, we had two prize draw winners - Isabelle Benoit (reg #12101) and Eliza Lorenzo (reg #38034).Check out all of the prize options here.

Why should you participate in the Pilot?

  1. Defer the exam until 2017
  2. Enter to win a prize
  3. Earn a digital badge
  4. Demonstrate your competence

Don't miss your chance! You could be one of the July winners! To complete the Pilot, just sign in to your account and click on the Jurisprudence link.

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limits and conditions for immunization what are LPNs saying about Jurisprudence?

BC Center for Disease Control (BCCDC) has updated the Immunization Competency Course for LPNs. The new course will be open to all interested LPNs on August 4, 2015.

CLPNBC launched the Jurisprudence Pilot Project on May 4, 2015. So far 631 LPNs have completed the Pilot. LPNs have responded enthusiastically about their experiences.

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You are an LPN working in a residential care facility. The family of a resident tells you they are looking for a foot care service. You happen to own a private foot care business. How should you respond?

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Please select an option:

  1. Provide them with a list of all the foot care services in their area.
  2. Provide them with your business information and ask them to call when you are off duty.
  3. Provide them with your friend's foot care business card.
  4. Ask your manager for permission to give the family your business card.

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changes to LPN titles - Aug 7 wanted: committee members

The Use of LPN Title practice standard has been revised to align with recent revisions to CLPNBC's Bylaws. If you have an interim, limited or temporary licence, the chart in the practice standard clarifies your title. This practice standard takes effect August 7, 2015.

CLPNBC is looking for LPN representatives for the Registration Committee and the Quality Assurance Committee. Committee roles and responsibilities are detailed in the Bylaws. Complete the application using Acrobat Reader.

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