I-8, r. 2 - Regulation respecting the professional activities which may be performed by persons other than nurses

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5. A nursing extern may carry out the professional activities that nurses may perform that are listed in Schedule I in a general and specialized hospital centre, in a residential and long-term care centre and in a rehabilitation centre for persons with physical disabilities, operated by a public institution or a private institution under agreement within the meaning of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) or the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons (chapter S-5), when the following conditions have been met:
(1)  the director of nursing of the institution is in charge of the nursing externship and identifies, for each nursing extern, a nurse to whom she may refer throughout her nursing externship so as to facilitate her integration into the clinical environment and the consolidation of her knowledge;
(2)  the institution provides an integration program lasting at least 3 weeks; the program shall make it possible for the nursing extern to become familiar with the institution’s policies and directives, to perfect the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the activities provided for in Schedule I, according to the care methods to be applied for that purpose, and, under the supervision of a nurse, to demonstrate her ability to perform them;
(3)  the institution has rules of care that are issued by the director of nursing.
However, a nursing extern may not perform these activities in the following places and sectors of activity: intensive care, the coronary care unit, the operating suite, the recovery room, the intermediate care unit, the delivery room, neonatology and short-term psychiatric units and services.
For the purposes of this Division, a nursing externship corresponds to the period during which the nursing extern performs the activities provided for in the first paragraph.
O.C. 551-2010, s. 5; 332-2016O.C. 332-2016, s. 2.
5. A nursing extern may carry out the professional activities that nurses may perform that are listed in Schedule I in a general and specialized hospital centre, in a residential and long-term care centre and in a rehabilitation centre for persons with physical disabilities, operated by a public institution within the meaning of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) or the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons (chapter S-5), when the following conditions have been met:
(1)  the director or the person in charge of nursing of the institution or a nurse designated by either one, is in charge of the nursing externship and identifies, for each nursing extern, a nurse to whom she may refer throughout her nursing externship so as to facilitate her integration into the clinical environment and the consolidation of her knowledge;
(2)  the institution provides an integration program lasting at least 3 weeks; the program shall make it possible for the nursing extern to become familiar with the institution’s policies and directives, to perfect the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the activities provided for in Schedule I, according to the care methods to be applied for that purpose, and, under the supervision of a nurse, to demonstrate her ability to perform them;
(3)  the institution has rules of care that are issued by the director or the person in charge of nursing.
However, a nursing extern may not perform these activities in the following places and sectors of activity: intensive care, the coronary care unit, the operating suite, the recovery room, the intermediate care unit, the delivery room, neonatology and short-term psychiatric units and services.
For the purposes of this Division, a nursing externship corresponds to the period during which the nursing extern performs the activities provided for in the first paragraph.
O.C. 551-2010, s. 5.