Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario

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Registered Nurse Journal

July/August 2015
Prescribing change: Expanded scope for RNs holds promise to streamline patient care.

A long-term care RN enters a resident’s room late at night and finds him sick, confused and scared. His blood sugar is through the roof and if it doesn’t come down soon, he could be in real trouble.

The nurse knows he needs insulin, but it’s not within an RN’s scope of practice to...

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