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Blog: January 2015

Upcoming webinar: Can people who misuse drugs and alcohol consent for health care?

All individuals 19 years and older have the legal right to consent/refuse health care provided they have the capacity to do so. Nurses who deliver care to clients who misuse substances often find assessing capacity to consent...

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Can clients consent for health care if they have been using drugs or alcohol?

Background

According to the law in British Columbia, every person 19 years of age and older has the right to give or refuse consent...

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Upcoming HIV conferences in Canada

CANAC (Canadian Association for Nurses in HIV/AIDS Care)

CANAC is a national professional nursing organization committed to fostering excellence in HIV/AIDS nursing, promoting the health, rights and dignity of...

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