Prize Winners

Between May 4, 2015, and September 30, 2015, we had a monthly prize draw for LPNs who participated in the Jurisprudence Pilot Project. Congratulations to the winners!

September

Michelle Parrotta
(reg #40039)
 

Michelle, who works at Cowichan Lodge, chose free practising registration for 2016 as her prize. Here are a few comments about her experience, "I enjoyed the challenge of testing my knowledge of the current standards of practice. The way the test is set up with the questions followed immediately with the answers, enabled me to learn effectively!" 
 

Lorraine Bunure
(reg #44730)

Lorraine, who works at Mariposa Gardens, chose a tablet as her prize. This is what she said about her experience, "Taking the Jurisprudence Pilot Project was such a great experience. It was very easy to use and helped refresh and reinforce my nursing knowledge. I absolutely love Nursing and now I understand even more the Standards of Practice, my limits and conditions as an LPN. I feel so proud to be part of this profession. "

 August

Becky Lowe
(reg #34769)
 

Becky, who works at Kelowna General Hospital, chose a tablet as her prize. Here are a few comments about her experience, "I am just coming off materinity leave and the jurisprudence pilot project was just what I needed to refresh my knowledge. I found it easy to use and all the resources were readily available. I wish all our tests could be as interactive as this one." 
 

Judy Golbeck
(reg #10453)

Judy, who works at East Kootenay Regional Hospital, chose a tablet as her prize. This is what she said about her experience, "I enjoyed taking the Jurisprudence Pilot Project. It was a good way to refresh my knowledge of Standards of Practice as an LPN, which I have been practising since 1979. And I still love my job! I work full time...on the surgical floor. "

July

Heather Horbatch
(reg #37378)
Heather, who works at Westhaven Multi-Level Care in Port Alberni, won the first draw for completing Jurisprudence in July.
She chose a tablet as her prize.

Zhe Bi 
(
reg #45260)

Zhe, who works at Greater Vancouver Community Services Society, won the second draw for referring five LPNs to the Jurisprudence Pilot Project in July. She chose free practising registration for 2016 as her prize. This is what she said about her experience, "Taking the pilot gave me an opportunity to refresh my knowledge of standards of practice as an LPN. I now feel even more confident and capable of my abilities to help my clients than I was before."

June

Kelly Anne Fontaine
(reg #70760)
Kelly Anne —an LPN as of June 2015!— chose free practising registration for 2016 as her prize. Here are a few comments about her experience, "...the teaching method of the educational material was very user friendly. I really felt that all my levels of learning were addressed...I appreciated the resources that were accessible. I truly wish more of our theory was provided in this way. It was straight forward and it gave me the full rationale as why the answer was that way. I felt very educated...I think this form of teaching could be very beneficial for the ethics components..."
 



Shona Schultz
(reg #38858)

Shona, who works at Bayshore Home Health, chose a tablet as her prize. This is what she said about her experience, "It is an honour to be part of a regulated profession that gives us as individuals the ability to make a difference."

May

Isabelle Benoit
(reg #12101)
Isabelle, who works at Saanich Peninsula Hospital, chose a tablet as her prize. It will link her to CLPNBC’s website anytime, anywhere. She also has easy access to the most current standards of practice and regulatory news.
 
Eliza Lorenzo
(reg #38034)
Eliza, who works at Greater Vancouver Community Services Society, chose free practising registration for 2016 as her prize. By identifying herself as a CLPNBC registrant, she communicates to the public that she meets CLPNBC’s registration requirements and is entitled to practise nursing in BC.