Cautions/Counsels issued by the CAC

Effective February 21, 2019, the following notifications are provided in accordance with the policy "Professional Conduct Review - Notification".

Cautions/Counsels:

In a decision dated March 19, 2019 the Complaints Authorization Committee (CAC), having reviewed an Investigation Report with respect to an Allegation filed against a Registrant, was of the opinion that there were reasonable grounds to believe the Registrant engaged in conduct deserving of sanction in that the Registrant failed to comply with Medication Administration Standards and Documentation Standards and failed to follow-up with a client's family doctor.  The CAC counselled the Registrant to complete specified remedial education and to meet with an ARNNL Nursing Consultant to reflect on learnings within six months of the date of the Decision. The CAC also dismissed a number of issues set out in the Allegation.

In a decision dated February 11, 2020 the Complaints Authorization Committee (CAC), having reviewed a Report by the Director of Professional Conduct Review with respect to an Allegation filed against a Registrant, was of the opinion that there were reasonable grounds to believe the Registrant engaged in conduct deserving of sanction in that the Registrant failed to adhere to the terms and conditions of an Agreement she entered with the College to resolve an Allegation filed against her and failed to respond to the College. The CAC counselled the Registrant to provide confirmation to the Director of Professional Conduct Review that she had met the outstanding term of the Agreement within a specified timeline and to meet with a CRNNL Nursing Consultant to reflect on how her conduct impacts on her responsibility and accountability as a regulated professional. The CAC further issued a caution to the Registrant with respect to her future conduct and accountability as a regulated professional.

 

 

 

 

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