2016

 

Registrant: Ashley Bose
Registrant #  46464
Allegation: Failure to regularly assess, monitor and provide comfort care medications to a palliative resident; failure to follow the principles of documentation; was sleeping during her shift. 
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • Review the CLPNBC Standards of Practice
  • Complete a course in Documentation
  • Complete a course in Professional Ethics
  • Complete a course in Leadership
  • Participate in consultations with CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: Not to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse during night shifts until completion of the educational courses.

Registrant: Marilyn Dalton
Registrant #  30154
Allegation: Failure to follow the principles of medication administration; failure to follow the principles of documentation; failure to complete assessments; failure to follow wound care protocol.
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • Review the CLPNBC Standards of Practice
  • Complete a course in Health Assessments
  • Complete a course in Pharmacology and Medication Administration with a clinical component
  • Complete a course in Documentation
  • Complete a course in Critical Thinking
  • Complete a course in Frontline Leadership
  • Participate in consultations with CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: No medication administration until completion of Pharmacology and Medication Administration with a clinical component.

Registrant: Jobelyn Gonzales
Registrant #  44585
Allegation:

Conduct that was considered to be in contravention with the following Standards of Practice expected of LPNs in BC:

  • Standard 1: Responsibility and Accountability: 4, 5, 7
  • Standard 2: Competency-Based Practice: 1
  • Standard 3: Client-Focused Provision of Service: 1, 7
  • Standard 4: Ethical Practice: 3
Terms: The Registrant agreed to:
  • A written reprimand
  • Review the CLPNBC Standards of Practice
  • Complete a course in Professionalism in Nursing with a focus on Leadership
  • Complete a course in Professional Ethics
  • Participate in consultations with a CLPNBC Inquiry Consultant
Limits on Practice: To practice under supervision for a total of 225 hours.
 
Update: March 1, 2018 – The Registrant successfully completed the required supervised practice hours outlined above and as such, the limit of “practice under supervision for a total of 225 hours” is no longer necessary to protect the public and has been removed from her registration.