2015

Registrant: Rose Mary Gaudet
Registrant #  45536
Allegation: Failure to follow principles of medication administration, failure to follow principles of documentation, failure to properly assess patients, failure to follow direction of the Registered Nurse, failure to process physician’s orders, failure to communicate in a professional manner and practised outside the scope of practice for Licensed Practical Nurses.
Outcome: Consensual Agreement signed which includes terms and undertakings the Inquiry Committee believes will protect the public.
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • Provide CLPNBC with all current and future employer’s contact information and allow CLPNBC to inform them of the Terms and Undertakings
  • A written reprimand
  • Undertake not to repeat the conduct to which the matter relates
  • Review the Professional Standards for Licensed Practical Nurses and the CLPNBC Practice Standards
  • Complete a course in Health Assessments
  • Complete a course in Critical Thinking
  • Compete a course in Documentation
  • Complete a course in Professional Communication
  • Complete a course in Pharmacology and Medication Administration with a clinical component
  • Participate in Consultations with a CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: No medication administration
Update: May 16, 2016 - The Registrant has satisfactorily remediated the above noted concerns related to pharmacology and medication administration. As such, the limitation of “no medication administration” is no longer necessary to protect the public and has been removed from her registration. 

Registrant: Michelle Chisholm
Registrant #  35427
Allegation: Breached confidentiality 
Outcome: Consensual Agreement signed which includes terms and undertakings the Inquiry Committee believes will protect the public.
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • Provide CLPNBC with all current and future employer’s contact information and allow CLPNBC to inform them of the Terms and Undertakings
  • A written reprimand
  • Undertake not to repeat the conduct to which the matter relates
  • Review CLPNBC Standards of Practice
  • Complete a course in Professionalism in Nursing
  • Complete a course in Professional Ethics
  • Participate in Consultations with CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: No access to electronic medical records 

Registrant: Ranbir Dhillon
Registrant #  40674
Allegation: Failure to follow the guidelines of safe medication administration and assess resident’s accordingly; Failure to follow the principles of documentation; Altered a narcotic record; and, Failure to take accountability and responsibility for nursing decisions and actions after errors were discovered with medication administration.
Outcome: Consensual Agreement signed which includes terms and undertakings the Inquiry Committee believes will protect the public. 
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • A written reprimand
  • Undertake not to repeat the conduct to which the matter relates
  • Review CLPNBC Professional Standards and the Practice Standards
  • Complete a course in Pharmacology and Medication Administration with a clinical component
  • Complete a course in Documentation
  • Complete a course in Professional Ethics
  • Participate in Consultations with CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: Supervised medication administration involving any medications that are not prepackaged or premeasured.
Update: March 2, 2017 - The Registrant successfully completed all of the education outlined above including Pharmacology and Medication Administration with a clinical component and as such, the limitation of “supervised medication administration involving any medications that are not prepackaged or premeasured” is no longer necessary to protect the public and has been removed from his registration. 

Registrant: Lorri Popoff
Registrant #  45627
Allegation: Failure to follow the guidelines of safe medication administration; failure to follow documentation practice standard, failure to properly transcribe a doctor’s order
Outcome: Consensual Agreement signed which is equivalent to conditions on the registrant's registration.
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • a written reprimand
  • Review CLPNBC Professional Standards and the Practice Standards
  • Complete a course in Pharmacology and Medication Administration
  • Complete a course in Health Assessments, including a lab component
  • Complete a course in Pathophysiology
  • Complete a course in Critical Thinking
  • Participate in Consultations with CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: Practice under indirect supervision
Practice only in acute care on medical, transition units and in residential care.
Update: June 24, 2016 – The Registrant has satisfactorily completed the above noted educational requirement, and as such, the limitation of “practice only in acute care on medical, transition units and in residential care” is no longer necessary to protect the public and has been removed from her registration.

Registrant: Julia Maria Evans
Registrant #  37053
Allegation: Failure to follow the resident plan of care and facility policies regarding repositioning a resident, emptying the urinary drainage catheter bag or offering the resident any fluids, and failure to answer the patient calling system after the resident called for assistance at multiple times throughout her shift.
Outcome: Consensual Agreement signed which is equivalent to conditions on the registrant's registration.
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • a written reprimand
  • Undertake not to repeat the conduct to which the matter relates
  • Review CLPNBC Professional Standards and the Practice Standards
  • Complete a course in Professional Ethics
  • Participate in Consultations with CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: Practice under direct supervision

Registrant: Fariba Pam
Registrant #  45627
Allegation: Failure to maintain sterile technique or retain information previously learned related to ventilator dependent clients, failure to provide complete information regarding clients to the physician, a learning needs assessment determined deficits in assessment skills and medication administration. 
Outcome: Consensual Agreement signed which is equivalent to conditions on the registrant's registration.
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • Review CLPNBC Professional Standards
  • Complete a course in Nursing Leadership for LPNs
  • Complete a course in Professional
  • Communication in Nursing
  • Complete a course in Physical Assessments
  • Complete a course in Pharmacology and
  • Medication Administration, including a 250-hour Practical Clinical component
  • Participate in Consultations with CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: Practice under direct supervision
Update: May 20, 2016 - The Registrant has satisfactorily remediated the above noted concerns and as such, the limitation of “practice under direct supervision” is no longer necessary to protect the public and has been removed from her registration.