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DOCUMENTS

Entry-Level Competencies for Nurse Practitioners in Canada (Posted Nov 18 2016)


Assisting with Flu shots (Posted August 5 2016)


ARNPEI Annual Report 2016 (Posted April 7 2016)


CNA Framework for Practice of Registered Nurses in Canada (Posted Dec 11 2015)


Influenza Immunization Position Statement (Posted October 19 2015)


FAQ- The Role of the Registered Nurse


Nurse Fatigue- Get the Facts


ARNPEI Position Statement: The Role of the Registered Nurse


CNA E-Learning Tool Brings the Code of Ethics to Life


Staff Mix Decision-making Framework for Quality Nursing Care


NP Standards for Practice 2012


Nursing Care Delivery Models and Staff Mix Report


Administration of Medication by LPN


ARNPEI Regulatory Framework for Delegation and Supervision of the Unregulated Health Worker


RNs and LPNs Working Together


ARNPEI Standards of Practice for Nurse Practitioners


ARNPEI Standards for Nursing Practice Updated March 23 2017


Working Extra Hours: Fitness to practice/duty of care


Can and Should Nurses Be Aware of Patients' Expectations for Their Nursing Care?


Comparison of Practice Expectations for RNS and LPNS


 

Fatigue-related impairments are similar to alcohol-related impairments. "Someone who has not slept for 18 hours is as impaired as someone with a 50 mg% blood alcohol level" (Canada Safety Council, 2006).

• Nurses who work a shift lasting more than 12.5 hours "are likely to make three times more errors" (Rogers et al., 2004, as cited in CNA & RNAO, 2010).

Click here for your Nurse fatigue fact sheet.

 

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DOCUMENTS

Entry-Level Competencies for Nurse Practitioners in Canada (Posted Nov 18 2016)


Assisting with Flu shots (Posted August 5 2016)


ARNPEI Annual Report 2016 (Posted April 7 2016)


CNA Framework for Practice of Registered Nurses in Canada (Posted Dec 11 2015)


Influenza Immunization Position Statement (Posted October 19 2015)


FAQ- The Role of the Registered Nurse


Nurse Fatigue- Get the Facts


ARNPEI Position Statement: The Role of the Registered Nurse


CNA E-Learning Tool Brings the Code of Ethics to Life


Staff Mix Decision-making Framework for Quality Nursing Care


NP Standards for Practice 2012


Nursing Care Delivery Models and Staff Mix Report


Administration of Medication by LPN


ARNPEI Regulatory Framework for Delegation and Supervision of the Unregulated Health Worker


RNs and LPNs Working Together


ARNPEI Standards of Practice for Nurse Practitioners


ARNPEI Standards for Nursing Practice Updated March 23 2017


Working Extra Hours: Fitness to practice/duty of care


Can and Should Nurses Be Aware of Patients' Expectations for Their Nursing Care?


Comparison of Practice Expectations for RNS and LPNS


 

Fatigue-related impairments are similar to alcohol-related impairments. "Someone who has not slept for 18 hours is as impaired as someone with a 50 mg% blood alcohol level" (Canada Safety Council, 2006).

• Nurses who work a shift lasting more than 12.5 hours "are likely to make three times more errors" (Rogers et al., 2004, as cited in CNA & RNAO, 2010).

Click here for your Nurse fatigue fact sheet.