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Web learning modules offer you a convenient way t​o learn. They allow you to learn at your own pace at any time of day. The modules are segmented into topic areas, so you can either complete the modules in their entirety or select a single topic area to focus on. For added convenience, you can stop mid-way thr​ough the module and then later return to where you left off to continue your learning.

Bo​un​daries

Professional boundaries in nursing practice

How comfortable and confident are you in recognizing, establishing and maintaining appropriate professional boundaries in your practice? Can you identify where a professional relationship ends and a personal relationship begins? Can you navigate ‘grey zones’?

This module tunnels down to the foundations that support therapeutic relationships and the potential slippery slope of boundary drifts, crossings and violations. Stories from nurses in variety of roles and practice contexts illustrate common boundary violations. Learn strategies on recognizing and preventing crossed boundaries.  

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​Mini modules

Common boundaries violations»
Directives for professional boundaries»​
Professional boundaries: A closer» 

Resou​​​rces

Thinking tool​ (PDF)
Boundaries in the Nurse-Client Relationship learning resources​
Professional boundaries workbook ​(PDF)​ 

Communication

This content has been archived. If you need this information for your registration status, please contact BCCNM Standards support​​​.

Clinical decision-making

This content has been archived. If you need this information for your registration status, please contact BCCNM Standards support​​​​.

Documentation

Do you know what you need to document when you consult with other care providers? Or how much charting is enough? These are just a few of the types of questions we can help you answer with the Documentation in Nursing Practice learning module.

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Mini modules

Documentation: An Overview»
Approaches to Documentation»​
Characteristics of Effective Documentation»
Common Errors in Documentation»
Directives for Documentation»

Resou​rces

Documentation learning resources​ 
Documentation workbook​ (PDF)

​Understanding the Medication practice standard ​  updated 

E​​xp​lore the basics of the Medication practice standard through this interactive resource, covering the basic concepts you need to understand to achieve safe nursing care when carrying out medication-related activities. We break it down into five sections: legislation & regulation; scope of practice and medications; medication-related activities; carrying out medication activities; and preventing medication errors. The module also includes opportunities for you to apply what you have learned.

Mini modules

The mini modules take about 10–15 minutes each to complete.

Module: Introduction​
Module 1: Legislation & regulation
Module 2: Scope of practice and medications
Module 3: Medication-related activities
Module 4: Carrying out medication activities
Module 5​: Preventing medication errors

Resources​​

Medication learning resources

Privacy & Confidentiality

Our Privacy & Confidentiality in Nursing Practice learning module is an essential tool for any nurse wanting to avoid the pitfalls of social media missteps. This self-paced module guides you through the issues related to privacy and confidentiality in nursing practice. 

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Mini Modules 

Directives for Privacy and Confidentiality​»
Special Considerations»
Challenges Related to Privacy and Confidentiality»

Reso​​urces

Privacy & confidentiality learning resources 
Privacy & confidentiality workbook​ (PDF)

Troubleshooting

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