COVID-19 Update: The new laws you need to know to avoid liability and licensing issues during the pandemic
2.5 Hours CE for RNs. Open to all members.
Dates: [Via ZOOM] Saturday February 27, 2021 (11:00-1:30pm) and Thursday March 4, 2021 (4:00pm-6:30pm)
Register by email to:
email@example.com or 626-639-6200
Please include your full name, license #, hospital you work and your phone number and personal email address. Please include a specific question you would like Laurie or Adriane to address in this class.
Presenter: Nurse Attorney Laurie Elston and Adriane Carrier, Director of Education SEU121RN
Topics will include:
– What are the Emergency Standards of Care?
– What are the New Documentation requirements?
– Do I have to complete my CE credits during the crisis?
– Inappropriate Assignments: What to do if asked to care for patients you are not qualified to care for.
It’s difficult to stay up to date with all the changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. This class will explain the new California laws regarding nursing and what you need to do. Nurse Attorney Laurie Elston will also discuss several recent lawsuits related to medical and nursing issues raised by the pandemic.
Objectives: After completing this course, participants will be able to:
*Discuss emergency standards of care that apply to RNs and other healthcare workers during the state of emergency as it relates to COVID-19.
*Discuss the documentation requirements for nurses during the state of emergency as it relates to COVID-19.
*Understand RN CE requirements during the declared state of emergency in California.
*Understand and discuss what an inappropriate assignment is and what actions to take if you are asked to care for patients you are not qualified to care for.
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP: 14634 for 2.5 CE Units. Provider: SEIU121RN
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