*Registration payment includes Credit Cards and Interfund Transfers ONLY.
RNs, LPNs from all disciplines, and other healthcare providers who provide various aspects of patient care
Healthcare Professionals are constantly faced with the challenge of making difficult decision regarding right or wrong, good or bad, and life & death or other issues. Nurses must know the legal & ethical issues regarding patient care.
This seminar will provide insight into foundational principles and concepts that drive ethical practice and conduct. Content will include ANA Code of Ethics, ethical principles/concepts and strategies on how to manage ethical dilemmas and legal practice issues. A case-study approach will be utilized to explore common ethical and legal dilemmas that can be challenging for healthcare professionals.
About the Speaker
Pam Collins, MSN, CMSRN, RN-BC
Pam has more than 35 years of varied nursing experience. She has worked as a staff/charge nurse for medical-surgical and pediatric units. Her experience also includes nurse management, nursing administration, nursing education and consulting. While Pam currently works as an independent consultant, she maintains her skills by working as a clinical educator for medical-surgical and specialty surgery at an acute care facility in Charlotte, NC. Pam is dually certified in medical-surgical nursing from the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses and the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Additionally, she has partnered with various nursing schools to assist nursing students in their preparation for the NCLEX Exam.
Pam speaks nationally on clinical and legal topics for the healthcare professional. Her passion is evidenced by her energy, presentation style and ability to engage the audience. She was awarded the 2013 South Carolina Educator of the Year Award by the South Carolina AHEC Consortium and considers it a privilege to share her expertise.
Participants will have increased awareness of the impact of ethical behavior/conduct and nursing practice decisions on patient outcomes.
Sophia Moore-Dennis, 704-512-6537