What you need to know about over-the-counter medications

Over-the-counter (OTC) medications do not require a prescription and nurses may recommend or administer them to a patient. If you decide to recommend an OTC medication, you are accountable for the recommendation and for any outcomes of that recommendation.

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Started a new job? Time to update the public Register

Did you know that you’re required to update your employment information on the public Register whenever you start a new job? When there’s a change in your employment information, log on to Maintain Your Membership and update your info within 30 days of the change.

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Renew by Dec. 31 to avoid late fees

Have you renewed your membership for 2020 yet? Renew before midnight on Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019, and you’ll avoid paying a $113 late fee. You can renew your membership and pay your fee by logging into Maintain Your Membership. Remember that you must renew your membership with CNO every year so you can keep practicing nursing in Ontario.

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Take action in 2020 with new Quality Assurance tools

After two years of work, we’re ready to begin rolling out our new Quality Assurance (QA) Program starting with the launch of a new Practice Reflection Worksheet and Action Plan (previously known as the Learning Plan) in 2020.

Both tools will be available on myQA and the QA Resources section of our website. Look for information on the launch date in The Standard, and on our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram pages.

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