About the CPD short course
This short course is conducted over one day and is equivalent to 7 continuing professional development (CPD) hours. Please note that this program is subject to change.
Who should attend?
Understanding the legal implications in their role is a challenge faced by many nurses. This short course is designed to enhance nurses’ knowledge of the Australian legal system and how it relates to their work.
Dates and locations
We are currently finalising our calendar of CPD short courses for the first half of 2017. If you would like to be informed when dates are announced, you can register for email notifications.
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|RN member $187.50||RN non-member $219.50|
Key learning outcomes
On completion participants will be better able to:
- understand the Australian legal system and its implications for nursing practice
- identify the responsibilities associated with delegation and supervision within the scope of nursing practice
- discuss ethical and legal implications associated with the Guardianship Act and administrative legislation
- review the obligations under national law for mandatory reporting of notifiable conduct issues against registered health practitioners.
Registration and welcome
The Australian legal system and its implications for nursing practice
Supervision and delegation in nursing practice
Substitute decision making and guardianship
Mandatory reporting, notifiable conduct
Discussion: “thinking legally, practising mindfully”
Evaluation and finish