- Entry-Level Competencies for Nurse Practitioners in Canada (Posted Nov 18 2016)
- Assisting with Flu shots (Posted August 5 2016)
- Medically Assisted Dying Updated July 7 (Posted July 82016)
- Medically Assisted Dying (posted July 6 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).
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