WEBINARS

CNPS FREE WEBINARS

Please click on this link to see the upcoming webinars this fall. Information on NP Practice, Cannabis, updates on MAID and much more. 

CNPS: Independent Practice 

 Are you hoping or planning on becoming self-employed? Do you already have an independent practice? Attend this webinar to understand the different legal considerations which may apply when working in independent practice.

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CNPS: Documentation

Documenting patient encounters is both a legal and professional requirement to ensure safe patient care. Documentation can take a number of different forms depending upon your patient population and care setting. It can also serve a secondary purpose of supporting the care you provided for defence purposes. Please join us to learn more about the issues and considerations in relation to documentation.

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CNPS: Social media and technology

An increasing number of nurses are using mobile devices and apps as tools to assist in daily clinical care. As well, the use of social media by nurses is growing. Participate in this upcoming CNPS webinar to learn more about the legal risks involved in using these new technologies.

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CNPS: Communicating with the Police

Nurses interact with the police in a number of ways. They may be asked to respond to inquiries from police, they may be required to contact the police to assist in managing unsafe patient situations, or they themselves may be the subject of a police inquiry. Communicating with the police can raise some important legal, professional and ethical issues.

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