Category: Webinars

WEBINAR: Immunization Regulation (Oct. 30)

If you missed this webinar the first time, now’s your chance to catch up! To better protect the public, the Alberta Government introduced new immunization regulations in December 2018 giving additional responsibilities to all health professionals, including Licensed Practical Nurses. RELATED – All LPNs to report adverse immunization events: Regulation This webinar contains important info…

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WEBINAR: Falls and Fall-Related Injury and Prevention (Nov. 5 & 26)

What causes a fall? Are there ways to help your patients prevent falls? A fall can have a significant impact on the lifestyle and independence of a patient or older adult. Among seniors in Alberta, falls are the leading cause of injury. Between 20-30% of seniors will fall at least once per year. November is Falls…

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WEBINAR: RESPECTFUL WORKPLACES (OCT 16 & NOV 13)

Everyone wants to work in an environment where people feel safe, healthy and valued – a respectful workplace. Building a respectful workplace starts with building healthy working relationships – one conversation, one interaction at a time. The CLPNA is excited to partner with Veronica De Freitas and Tara Foster from Alberta Health Services to present…

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WEBINAR: UNCONSCIOUS BIAS (OCT 24)

Are you biased? Well I am. And you are, too. We’re all biased. Biases are attitudes and stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions and decisions in an unconscious manner. Bias is activated involuntarily, without intention or control. Unconscious bias causes us to make quick and often, inaccurate judgments based on limited facts and our own…

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WEBINAR: AESTHETIC NURSING – REGULATORY MATTERS (Aug 20 or 29, Nov 7 or 21)

Aesthetic nursing is the provision of specialized procedures for the purpose of cosmetic treatment such as, but not limited to, dermal fillers, collagen stimulators, lipolysis and neuromodulators. This area of practice is constantly evolving and could include more procedures. The upcoming webinar, Aesthetic Nursing – Regulatory Matters, will give a brief overview of nurses’ professional…

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How protecting patients from sexual misconduct impacts LPNs: Webinars & Video

LPNs, do you know how Bill 21: An Act to Protect Patients may affect: An LPN’s dating life? Current and future LPN educational requirements? Reporting of sexual misconduct or abuse? Public access to CLPNA disciplinary process? Alberta’s Licensed Practical Nurses are urged to ensure their practice complies with Bill 21 by watching this 20 minute…

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WEBINAR: Bill 21 – An Act to Protect Patients (Mar 28 or 29)

Starting April 1, Bill 21 introduces new requirements that apply to all regulated health professionals in Alberta. The revisions to the Health Professions Act (HPA) define ‘sexual abuse’ and ‘sexual misconduct’ and establish obligations on health professionals and regulatory colleges. RELATED – Protecting Patients from Sexual Misconduct: Bill 21 in effect April 1 A new webinar…

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Webinar: Immunization Regulation ‘What LPNs Need to Know’ (Mar 19 or 21)

Starting December 17, 2018, new Alberta government regulations gave all health professionals, including Licensed Practical Nurses, additional responsibilities regarding immunizations in order to better protect the public. Learn what’s changed for all LPNs in the latest webinar from the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta. RELATED – All LPNs to report adverse immunization events: Regulation…

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Webinar Series: Advance Care Planning (March 12 or 14, April 16 or 18, May 21 or 23)

As a nurse, understanding Advance Care Planning, Personal Directives, Goals of Care Directives, and the Green Sleeve documents are important to providing quality care to your clients. They are also important personally. Master these topics in the three-part Webinar Series: Advance Care Planning, brought to you by the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta…

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Webinar: Integrating Spirituality into Care (Feb 12 or 14)

Care of patients frequently focuses on the physical aspects of disease. Seldom are these individuals invited to share their spiritual and psychosocial needs, or discuss how their lives have changed as a result of their circumstance. And yet, seriously ill patients have indicated that the possibility of continued spiritual suffering adds to the distress associated…

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