We’ve been busy!

So much has happened in the last 8 months! Here are some highlights…   We have videos about us! My neighbor and local journalist, Eric Bowling, and I developed two videos designed to quickly teach people about VAEP. The first, Introducing VAEP, explains who we...

The next step

VAEP’s development has slowed over the last couple of months due to my returning to work in the hospital. Over the last 4 years as an advocate, I have learned that exhaustion is contrary to nursing. So, when I return to the hospital after several months...

Waiting on software

Proprietary software is being developed for VAEPology. My friend, Chris Der, has spent many hours writing code for the Reference Library and the Flowcharts. Software development is what he does for a living and he rightfully should charge VAEP thousands of dollars....

VAEP is nursing

During my travels visiting vape stores throughout  BC and Alberta, several people said to me, “If VAEP doesn’t work out, you can always go back to nursing.” Here’s the thing, VAEP is nursing! Outside of the care we give patients in the hospital, I don’t think most...

Nursing and advocating

Kellie Ann has been working night shifts all summer and spending her free time developing VAEP. Over the summer, a new website has been built because the website originally made for VAEP was unstable and unfixable. Luke Marshall came to the rescue and set up VAEPworld...