WEBINAR: A New Day~A New Way: Enhanced LPN Standards & Code

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UPDATE (July 17/13): Can’t attend the Webinar? Click to watch the New Day~New Way presentation (via YouTube).

On June 3, the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) adopted the new inter-jurisdictional Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics for use by Alberta’s Licensed Practical Nurses.

Learn what the new Standards and Code mean to you at an upcoming online webinar for LPNs and colleagues – A New Day~A New Way: Enhanced LPN Standards and Code.

CLPNA will be hosting a one-hour online webinar focused on the new documents and how to apply the new Standards and Code to your practice. Pick your date/time and register today!

Webinar Registration:

(Click below to register for the online Webinar on the date/time of your choice. There is no need to sign up for more than one Webinar):  

Webinar: A New Day~A New Way: Enhanced LPN Standards and Code

Thurs., Jun. 27  3:30-4:30pm   REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR
Wed., Jul. 3        8:30-9:30am   REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR
Mon., Sept. 9     2:00-3:00pm   REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR
Fri., Sept. 20      3:30-4:30pm   REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

[NEW PowerPoint slides: Webinar – New Day~New Way: Code and Standards (PPT)]

Questions? Contact Colleen at cturkington@clpna.com or 780-484-8886.

Backgrounder:

On June 3, the CLPNA adopted four new nursing documents. The Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics, Entry to Practice Competencies, and Requisite Skills and Abilities are the result of a significant two-year Inter-Jurisdictional LPN Project (IJLPN) by the Canadian Council of Practical Nurse Regulators (CCPNR) involving consultation with LPNs and other stakeholders throughout Alberta and across Canada.

[LINK: More “Nursing Practice & Policy” documents]

For Alberta’s LPNs, practical nurse educators, employers and stakeholders, the new documents provide overall guidelines and describe the required level of performance against which actual practice can be measured.