Disciplinary Findings and Council Decisions

The following decisions of the ARNNL Professional Conduct Review/Disciplinary Committee or Council are published in the interest of protecting the public and enhancing awareness of the importance of adherence to standards of practice and code of ethics for nurses in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Disciplinary findings and Council decisions are related to public hearings of complaints/allegations against the following members: 

Name

Registration Number

Abbott, Jennifer

17045

Angel (Noseworthy), Pamela

6969

Bishop (Edwards), Margo

17623

Budden, Brian

16605

Buglar, Chastity

19482

Campbell, Catherine

6905

Chippet, Crystal

18877

Crawford, Matthew

20353

Farrell (LaFosse), Beverly

16863

Ford, Chad

17776

Freake, Judy

15453

Gamal Eldin (Colbourne), Carolyn

14166

Harvey, Terrance

14507

Hollett, Pauline

14033

Kean, Paulette

16710

Kennedy, Geoffrey

17778 

Kent, Joyce

20875

King, Tracey

15017

MacNeil, Heidi

18045

Maher, Seanna

18288

Maynard, Sybil

13136

Morris (Daniel), Victoria

11488

Murphy, Amanda

20441

O’Keefe, Susan Patricia

16600

O'Reilly, Lori

16771

Penney, Elizabeth

14273

Petten, Colleen

17402

Power (Young), Elizabeth Marie

12388

Reid, Helen

21747

Richards, Katherine

14077

Simms, Christa

19165

Sloan, Mary

5885

Stamp, Colleen (Weeks)

17575

Walsh (Motty), Marilyn D.

12059

Watton, Judith

9265

Wheeler (Compagnon), Fay

6894

 

Jennifer Abbott
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 17045
On October 1, 2010, Jennifer Abbott, Registration No. 17045 (the "Respondent") was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, in particular Section 18 (c)(i), (ii) and (iii). The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent is prohibited from acquiring a license to practice nursing until the terms and conditions are met to the satisfaction of the ARNNL Director of Regulatory Services. There was no Order as to costs.

Pamela Angel (Noseworthy)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 6969
On August 1, 2005, Pamela Angel, Registration No. 6969 (the "Respondent") was found to be in breach of Sections 21(2)(b) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Panel who oversaw the hearing ordered that the Respondent shall not be eligible for a practicing license until she has completed a nursing re-entry program.

Margo Bishop (Edwards)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 17623
On May 3, 2013, Margo Bishop, Registration No. 17623, met the terms of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated February 11, 2011, such that she is no longer prohibited from acquiring a practicing license. On May 8, 2013 her license was reinstated with terms as ordered by the Adjudication Tribunal.

On February 11, 2011, Margo Bishop, Registration No. 17263 (the "Respondent") was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, in particular Section 18 (c)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv) and (v). The Adjudication Tribunal ordered suspension of the Respondent's license for two years effective from October 26, 2010. The Respondent is required to immediately enter a treatment program for substance abuse unless not recommended to do so by a physician or health care provider. Following the period of suspension the Respondent is prohibited from acquiring a license to practice nursing until the terms and conditions of the Order are met to the satisfaction of the ARNNL. Upon reinstatement of a practicing license, the Respondent is required to comply with the terms of the Order. A breach of any conditions shall be deemed an act of professional misconduct and may result in the ARNNL suspending the Respondent's license pending a disciplinary hearing. The terms of the Order remain in effect for a period of five years after the Respondent's license is reinstated and may be renewed ad deemed appropriate by ARNNL.  There was no Order as to costs.

Brian Budden
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 16605
On December 1, 2011 Brian Budden, Registration No. 16605, met the conditions of the Order of an Adjudication Tribunal of the ARNNL Disciplinary Panel dated November 4, 2011 such that his Registered Nurse License and Nurse Practitioner License were reinstated. The Registrant's NP license is condition to the remainder of the requirements set out in the Order.

On  November 4, 2011, Brian Budden, Registration No. 16605 (the "Respondent") was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, in particular Sections 18 (c)(i), (ii), (v). Pursuant to the Act, the Respondent's Registered Nurse License and Nurse Practitioner License were suspended for a period of one month, effective October 21, 2011 and subject to terms and conditions, including additional education. The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent pay costs to ARNNL in the amount of $4,200.

Chastity Buglar
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 19482
On April 8, 2009, Chastity Buglar, Registration No. 19482 (the "Respondent") was found in breach of Section 18(c)(ii) of the Registered Nurses Act (2008). The Adjudication Tribunal who oversaw the hearing ordered the Respondent to surrender any current license in her profession to the Council and further directed Council to strike the Respondent's name from the Register. Chastity Buglar no longer holds a license to practice as a registered nurse with ARNNL.

Catherine Campbell
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 6905
On February 26, 2013, the Adjudication Tribunal accepted an Agreed Statement of Facts in which Catherine Campbell, Registration No. 6095 (the "Respondent") admitted that she had engaged in conduct deserving of sanction under the Registered Nurses Act, Section 18 (c)(i), (ii), (iv) and (v). The Adjudication Tribunal found that the respondent had engaged in conduct deserving of sanction. Pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, the Tribunal ordered indefinite suspension of the Respondent's nursing license. The return of the Respondent's nursing license will be subject to terms and conditions. The Respondent was ordered to pay 25% of the costs incurred by ARNNL in the investigation and hearing of the complaint.

On September 26, 2012, the practicing license of Catherine Campbell, Registration No. 6905 was suspended by ARNNL Council pending a hearing of the Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel.

Crystal Chippett
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 18877
On October 2, 2015, Crystal Chippett, Registration No. 18877 met the terms and conditions of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated November 17, 2014 and December 17, 2014 such that she is eligible to reapply for a practicing license. On March 19, 2014, the ARNNL Council suspended the practicing license of Crystal Chippett, Registration No. 18877, pending a hearing of the Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel.

On November 17, 2014 a discipline panel of the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador found Crystal Chippett, ARNNL Registrant # 18877 guilty of professional misconduct deserving of sanction related to actions and inactions of Ms. Chippett between June 18, 2011 and April 10, 2013. 

Matthew Crawford

Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 20353

On November 28, 2016, Matthew Crawford, Registration No. 20353, met the terms and conditions of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated April 13, 2016 such that he is eligible to apply for a practicing license.

In a Decision dated March 29, 2016, an Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel found the Registrant guilty of conduct deserving of sanction and pursuant to section 28(3) of the Registered Nurses Act (2008) the Adjudication Tribunal accepted a Joint Submission on Penalty put forth by the Respondent and the ARNNL. 

Beverly Farrell (LaFosse)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 16863
On March 26, 2004, the Disciplinary Panel of the Discipline Committee found Beverly Farrell, Registration No. 16863 in breach of Sections 21 (2)(a) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The decision of the panel is to revoke her license to practice nursing. 

Chad Ford
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 17776
On July 17, 2015, Chad Ford, Registration No. 17776, met the terms and conditions of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated October 23, 2014 such that he may reapply for a practicing license.

On September 26, 2014, an Adjudication Tribunal established under the Registered Nurses Act, 2008, held a hearing into a Complaint by Western Health against Chad Ford (the “Respondent”), ARNNL Registration # 17776. The Adjudication Tribunal found that the Respondent had engaged in conduct deserving of sanction and accepted a Joint Submission on Penalty put forth by the Respondent and the ARNNL.

Judy Freake
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 15453

In a Decision dated March 27, 2015, an Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel found the Registrant guilty of conduct deserving of sanction and pursuant to section 28(3) of the Registered Nurses Act (2008) the Adjudication Tribunal accepted a Joint Submission on Penalty put forth by the Respondent and the ARNNL.

On September 25, 2015, Judy Freake, Registration No. 15453, met the terms and conditions of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated September 1, 2015 such that her practicing license has been returned.

Carolyn Gamal Eldin (Colbourne)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 14166
On July 18, 2005, Carolyn Gamal Eldin, Registration No. 14166 (the "Respondent") was found to be in breach of Sections 21 (2)(a) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Panel who oversaw the hearing ordered that the registration of the Respondent be revoked effective immediately. 

Terrance Harvey
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 14507
On October 18, 2006, Terrance Harvey, Registration No. 14507 (the "Respondent") was found to be in breach of Sections 21(2)(a), (2)(c) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Panel who oversaw the hearing ordered that the registration of the Respondent be revoked effective immediately.

Pauline Hollett
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 14033

In a Decision dated May 4, 2016, an Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel found the Registrant had engaged in conduct deserving of sanction and pursuant to section 28(3) of the Registered Nurses Act (2008) the Adjudication Tribunal accepted a Joint Submission on Penalty put forth by the Respondent and the ARNNL.

Paulette Kean
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 16710
On July 25, 2012, Paulette Kean, Registration No. 16710 (the "Respondent") was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, in particular, Sections 18(c)(i) and (ii). On November 9, 2012, the Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent surrender her license to ARNNL Council, that the Respondent's name be struck from the ARNNL register and that the Respondent pay a part of the costs of the ARNNL in the investigation and hearing of this matter in the amount of $9,475.61.

Geoffrey Kennedy
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 17778
On March 20, 2013, ARNNL Council required that all conditions and restrictions as required by the College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS) Reinstatement Committee, dated April 30, 2010, be applied to the Registrant's licensure in Newfoundland and Labrador and that the conditions and restrictions be published in full on ARNNL's website.

Joyce Kent
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 20875
A Decision dated March 5, 2015, found Joyce Kent guilty of conduct deserving of sanction under the Registered Nurses Act (2008), sections 18(c)(i) professional misconduct; 18(c)(ii) professional incompetence; and 18(c)(v) acting in breach of the Code of Ethics.

On December 19, 2013, the ARNNL Council suspended the practicing license of Joyce Kent, Registration No. 20875, pending a hearing of the Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel.

Tracey King
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 15017
On September 24, 2013, Tracey King, Registration No. 15017, met the terms and conditions of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated April 10, 2013 such that her practicing license has been returned. 

On  April 10, 2013, an Adjudication Tribunal accepted and Agreed Statement of Facts in which Tracey King, Registration No. 15017 (the "Respondent") admitted that she engaged in conduct deserving of sanction under the Registered Nurses Act, Section 18(c)(i), and (v). The Adjudication Tribunal accepted a Joint Submission on Penalty put forth by the Respondent and the ARNNL. Pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, the Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent's nursing license be suspended for a four month period effective from April 10, 2013 and that the return of the Respondent's nursing license be subject to terms and conditions.

Heidi MacNeil
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 18045

On June 8, 2015, Heidi MacNeil, Registration No. 18045, met the terms and conditions of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated May 29, 2015 such that her practicing license has been returned.

On May 29, 2015, an Adjudication Tribunal found Heidi MacNeil, Registration No. 18045, guilty of conduct deserving of sanction under the Registered Nurses Act (2008), sections 18(c)(i) professional misconduct; and 18(c)(v) acting in breach of the Code of Ethics.

Seanna Maher
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 18288
On March 25, 2013, Seanna Maher, Registration No. 18288 (the "Respondent") was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, in particular Section 18 (c)(i) and (v). The Adjudication Tribunal ordered suspension of the Respondent's license for six months effective from October 27, 2012. Following a period of suspension, the Respondent is prohibited from acquiring a license to practice in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador until the terms and conditions of the Order are met to the satisfaction of the ARNNL. The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent pay a contribution towards the costs of the ARNNL for its investigation and the hearing of the complaint in the amount of $6,000.

On October 17, 2012, the practicing license of Seanna Maher, Registration No. 18288, was suspended by ARNNL Council pending a hearing of the Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel.

Sybil Maynard
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 13136
On March 18, 2010, the practicing license of Sybil Maynard, Registration No. 13136 (the "Respondent") was suspended in accordance with the Order of the Professional Conduct Review Panel of the ARNNL. The Respondent's license will remain suspended until the conditions of the Order are met.

On October 16, 2009, the practicing license of Sybil Maynard, Registration No. 13136 was reinstated with conditions.

On April 22, 2008, Sybil Maynard, Registration No. 13136 (the "Respondent") was found in breach of Sections 21 (2)(b) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Panel who oversaw the hearing ordered the suspension of the Respondent's registration pending completion of conditions.

Victoria Morris (Daniel)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 11488
On August 1, 2003, the practicing license of Victoria Morris Registration No. 11488 was revoked due to failure to meet the conditions for reinstatement.

On January 4, 2002, the Disciplinary Panel of the Discipline Committee found Victoria Morris Registration No. 11488 (the “Respondent”) in breach of Sections 21 (2)(a) and (2)(b)  of the Registered Nurses Act. The practicing license of the Respondent will be suspended for 3 months for the offense of dishonesty and 18 months for the offense of incompetence, the suspensions to run concurrently commencing January 16, 2002. In addition, the Panel imposed conditions to be met before the Respondent’s practicing license can be reinstated. The license will be reinstated after the suspension period providing the conditions imposed by the Panel have been met. 

Amanda Murphy
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 20441

On February 21, 2017, Amanda Murphy, Registration #20441 was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act (2008), sections 18(c)(i) professional misconduct; 18(c)(iv) incapacity or unfitness to engage in the practice of nursing; and 18(c)(v) acting in breach of the Code of Ethics.

Susan Patricia O'Keefe
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 16600
On April 7, 2000, the practicing license of Susan Patricia O'Keefe previously suspended, was reinstated. 

On March 6, 2000, a Disciplinary Panel of the Discipline Committee of the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) accepted an agreed statement of fact in which Susan Patricia O’Keefe, Registration No. 16600, acknowledged that due to misuse of a medication, she was unfit to practice nursing during a scheduled work shift but did continue to work. The Panel in accepting the statement of fact noted the behaviour was in contravention of ARNNL Standards of Practice.

The Panel suspended her license for one month with conditions effective March 7, 2000. The license will be reinstated at the end of the suspension period if the conditions have been met. 

Lori O'Reilly
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 16771

On November 7, 2016, Lori O’Reilly,  Registration No. 16771 met the terms and conditions of the Order of an Adjudication Tribunal dated July 15, 2016 such that she is eligible to apply for a practicing license.

In a Decision dated July 15, 2016, an Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel found the Registrant guilty of conduct deserving of sanction under the Registered Nurses Act, (2008), sections 18(c)(i) professional misconduct; and 18(c)(v) acting in breach of the Code of Ethics. 

Elizabeth Penney
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 14273
On  March 15, 2013, an Adjudication Tribunal accepted an Agreed Statement of Facts in which Elizabeth Penney, Registration No. 14273 (the "Respondent") admitted that she engaged in conduct deserving of sanction under the Registered Nurses Act, Sections 18(c)(i), (iii) and (v). On May 2, 2013, the Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent's nursing license be suspended for a period of three years effective February 8, 2013, that the Respondent continue to avail of mental health services and that the Respondent will be eligible to have her license to practice nursing returned on February 8, 2016 subject to the terms and conditions of the Order being met to the satisfaction of the Director of Professional Conduct Review. In addition, limitations will be placed on the Respondent's license to practice nursing. The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent pay 25% of the costs incurred by the ARNNL in the investigation and hearing of the complaints.

On February 8, 2013, the practicing license of Elizabeth Penney, Registration No. 14273, was suspended by ARNNL Council pending a hearing of the Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel.

Colleen Petten
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 17402
On September 23, 2011, Colleen Petten, Registration No. 17042 (the "Respondent") was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, in particular Section 18 (c)(ii). The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent complete education, provide ARNNL with reports from her supervisor regarding adherence to policies/practices for a period of one year and work the number of shifts required by her employer to ensure competency. In the event that the Respondent fails to comply with any of the conditions of the Order, the Respondent's license to practice nursing shall be suspended pending a hearing of the matter. 

Elizabeth Marie Power (Young)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 12388
On December 17, 2010, Elizabeth Power, Registration No. 12388 met the terms of the Order of the Professional Conduct Review Panel dated April 9, 2007 such that there are no longer conditions on her practicing license with ARNNL.

On December 4, 2009, Elizabeth Power, Registration No. 12388 met the terms of the Order of the Professional Conduct Review Panel on March 7, 2007 such that her practicing license was reinstated with conditions.

On March 7, 2007, Elizabeth Power, Registration No. 12388 (the "Respondent") was found in breach of sections 21 (2)(b) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Panel who oversaw the hearing ordered that the registration of the Respondent be suspended until she has completed a nursing re-entry program. Upon completion of the program, the practicing license will be issued with conditions.

Helen Reid
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 21747
On December 1, 2016, the ARNNL Council restricted the license of Helen Reid, Registrant No. 21747 pending the decision of the Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel. The Registrant’s license is restricted such that: she is only to practice on one patient care unit; she is not to be floated; she must be co-signed with another RN on each shift she works; she is not to be assigned as charge nurse/charge nurse duties; she is not to be the sole registered nurse on the unit; she is not to be assigned sole responsibility for a patient(s) care; and she is restricted to work with current employer only.
 

Katherine Richards
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 14077
On April 27, 2012, Katherine Richards, Registration No. 14077 (the "Respondent"), was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act, in particular, Section 18(c)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv) and (v). The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent's license remain suspended until such time that she can demonstrate to an Adjudication Tribunal that she can safely return to nursing practice.

Christa Simms
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 19165
On February 6, 2017, the ARNNL Council suspended the license of Christa Simms, Registrant No. 19165 pending the decision of the Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel.

Mary Sloan
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 5885
On June 12, 2012, Mary Sloan, Registration No. 5885, met the terms of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated January 16, 2012, such that the restriction on her practicing license as been removed. There is no longer a restriction on the Respondent’s practicing license with ARNNL.

On March 12, 2012, the practicing license of Mary Sloan, Registration No. 5885, was reinstated with restriction. The Respondent shall not work in Long Term Care, Home Care or Community Health. The restriction on the Respondent’s license shall be removed upon her successful completion of the courses set out in the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal dated January 16, 2012.

On  January 16, 2012, an Adjudication Tribunal of the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) found Mary Sloan, Registration No. 5885 (the “Respondent”) guilty of conduct deserving of sanction. Pursuant to section 28(3) of the Act, the Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent’s license be suspended for a five month period, effective October 11, 2011, with the terms and conditions summarized as follows: (i) the practicing license of the Respondent will be restricted such that she shall not work in Long Term Care, Home Care of Community Health, and (ii) upon successful completion of identified courses, the restriction shall be removed.

On December 21, 2006, Mary Sloan, Registration No. 5885 (the “Respondent”) was found guilty of conduct that does not conform to the standards of the profession. The Disciplinary Panel overseeing the hearing ordered that the practicing license of the Respondent be suspended for a period of three months, from January 2, 2007 to April 2, 2007, and that during this period the Respondent is prohibited from practicing nursing in another jurisdiction.

On January 9, 2006, Mary Sloan, Registration No. 5885 (the “Respondent”) was found to be in breach of Sections 21(2)(b) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Professional Conduct Review Panel ordered that the Respondent’s license be suspended for three months and that there are conditions to be fulfilled prior to the license being reinstated.

On October 9, 1999, the practicing license of Mary Sloan, Registration No. 5885, was reinstated.

On July 14, 1999, the Disciplinary Committee found Mary Sloan, Registration No. 5885 (the “Respondent”), was in violation of Section 21(2)(a) of the Registered Nurses Act and guilty of breaching the Code of Ethics and ARNNL Standards 4.2, 4.3 and 6.1. The Committee ordered that the practicing license of the Respondent be suspended for two months, effective August 9, 1999, with a condition.

Colleen Stamp (Weeks)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 17575
On January 27, 2016, Colleen Stamp (Weeks), Registration No. 17575 met the terms and conditions of the Order of an Adjudication Tribunal dated August 19, 2015 such that she is eligible to apply for a practicing license.

In the matter of a Complaint against Colleen Weeks (Stamp), Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador, Registration # 17575 (the “Registrant”), an Adjudication Tribunal, accepted an Agreed Statement of Facts and found the Registrant guilty of 142 allegations of conduct deserving of sanction under the Registered Nurses Act (2008).

On July 17, 2013 the ARNNL Council suspended the practicing license of Colleen Weeks, Registration No. 17575, pending a hearing of the Adjudication Tribunal of the Disciplinary Panel.

Marilyn D. Walsh (Motty)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 12059
On May 3, 2001, Marilyn Walsh, Registration No. 12059 (the “Respondent”) agreed she was in breach of Sections 21 (2)(b) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Disciplinary Panel accepted a joint submission by the ARNNL and the Respondent on discipline and penalty. The practicing license of the Respondent is suspended indefinitely with conditions effective May 3, 2001. The license will be reinstated when the conditions have been met. 

Judith Watton
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 9265
On March 11, 2010, Judith Watton, Registration No. 9265 (the "Respondent"), was found in breach of Section 18 (c)(i) and (ii) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent shall not be eligible to have her license to practice nursing reinstated until she has successfully completed a Re-Entry to Practice Nursing Program and post RN-BN Health Assessment, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology courses from an accredited Canadian School of Nursing or other post-secondary education institution. Official course transcripts must be submitted to the ARNNL Director of Regulatory Services before the Respondent's license is considered for reinstatement. The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent pay a portion of the costs incurred by the ARNNL in the investigation and hearing of the complaint.

Fay Wheeler (Compagnon)
Newfoundland and Labrador Registration No. 6894
On March 8, 2012, Fay Wheeler Registration No. 6894 (the "Respondent") was found guilty of conduct deserving of sanction pursuant to the Registered Nurses Act. The Adjudication Tribunal ordered that the Respondent's license remain suspended until she completes all conditions, including negative random blood toxicology screens, completion of learning modules and a paper on the code of ethics. Following her return to nursing practice the Respondent must provide an additional four negative blood toxicology screens and must provide a copy of the Order of the Adjudication Tribunal to any future employer and provide written confirmation from the employer that she has complied with this provision of the Order. In addition, the Adjudication Tribunal ordered the Respondent responsible for the partial costs of the ARNNL in its investigation and the hearing of the Application and Complaint in the amount of $12,500.

On December 7, 2010, ARNNL Council suspended the practicing license of Fay Wheeler, Registration No. 6894, pending a decision of the disciplinary panel.

On June 26, 2009, the Adjudication Tribunal found Fay Wheeler, Registration No. 6984 (the "Respondent") in breach of section 18(c) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Adjudication Tribunal ordered conditions for the Respondent to comply with and the Tribunal confirmed that the Order of the Professional Conduct Review Panel rendered March 13, 2008 with respect to the Respondent is still in full force and effect except where so modified by the present order.

On September 3, 2009, the practicing license of Fay Wheeler, Registration No. 6894 was reinstated.

On March 13 2008, Fay Wheeler, Registration No. 6894 (the "Respondent") was found in breach of Sections 21 (2)(b) and (2)(d) of the Registered Nurses Act. The Panel who oversaw the hearing ordered suspension of the Respondent's license until she has completed a nursing re-entry program. During the period in which the Respondent's license to practice nursing is suspended, the Respondent is not to practice nursing in another jurisdiction. Following completion of the program a practicing license will be issued with conditions.

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