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Former B.C. nurse suspended over ‘pseudo-science,’ anti-vaccine information given to vulnerable client

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B.C. nurse suspended after asking co-worker to create ‘false vaccine records’ While Garfield was given a one-month suspension, she is not currently authorized to practice in the province, and her licence was cancelled on April 1, according to the college’s registry.In addition to the suspension, the consent agreement says Garfield has agreed to a public reprimand, a six-month ban on being the sole RN on duty and remedial education in professional nursing standards, ethics, boundaries, documentation, privacy and confidentiality.Earlier this month, the college suspended another nurse who asked a colleague to create “false vaccination records” for himself and posted COVID-19 vaccine misinformation on social media claiming it was unsafe and possibly lethal..

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