What Registered Nurses Need to Know (CA) and The Impact of Technology on Professional RN Practice and Safe Staffing Standards
This is a two-part, in-person CE Class from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (6 hours of CE credits).
Participants must be in attendance all day to receive the full 6 CEU CE credits.
Part 1: Nursing Practice and Delegation: What Registered Nurses Need to Know (CA)
This class will provide a nursing practice regulatory review to guide your practice. Too often, the roles and responsibilities of staff are defined by the employer. It is essential for registered nurses to understand their role in safe and appropriate delegation and supervision as outlined in the Nurse Practice Act and other health care delivery regulation, guided by the independent professional judgment of the registered nurse. Thus enabling the registered nurse to act with authority and confidence in supervision and delegation. This course will clarify and evaluate the principles of delegation and supervision of nursing tasks by the registered nurse.
Part 2: The Impact of Technology on Professional RN Practice and Safe Staffing Standards
This course examines the effects of technology-driven patient care — which includes the introduction of virtual nursing platforms, remote patient monitoring, and artificial intelligence (AI)—on professional RN practice and safe staffing standards. The course will also examine some industry-led initiatives that are facilitating the increase of remote models of care.