Continuing Education and Development for Nurses
What does professional nursing look like?
The urgent conversation we need to have...
Telehealth Event - October 3, 2013
1 - 3 p.m.
Professionalism in nursing. We all talk about it, but are we actually doing it? Join Barb Fry in the conversation as she applies her extensive experience and skill in health care to address the connection between professionalism in nursing and benefits to safe, quality client/ patient/resident outcomes. Key to this is the knowledge, skill and ability that nurses in the current health care system need to possess and exercise in order to maximize their contribution to transform patient/family centered care delivery.
- Understand professional practice as a personal responsibility
- Describe the connection between professional practice and patient/family centered care
- Identify strategies for their professional contribution to safe, quality care outcomes
- Identify a measure that links professional practice with safe, quality care
Barb Fry - RN, BN, M.AD. ED
Barb Fry - is an adult educator, professional speaker, and workplace relationship consultant in healthcare and business sectors across Canada and in the UK. She writes for the Canadian Nurse magazine in the Ask the Expert column on workplace relationships and offers specific commentaries on topics such as bullying in nursing, nursing management, and leadership. Recently she has become an outspoken advocate for the return of the art of nursing and accountability related to nursing Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.
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- Registration is Required This session will be broadcast live to select locations over the Telehealth Saskatchewan Network. Contact the Telehealth Coordinator in your region to determine availability and RSVP. You should plan on arriving 5 - 10 minutes before the start of the event, as this program will start promptly at 1 p.m.