The professional responsibility process (PRP) is an important tool for defending professional standards. This course is designed to help stewards and PRC co-chairs advocate for workplace changes related to nursing practice conditions and the safety of patients/residents/clients and nurses using the PRP. It focuses on communication skills and practical techniques that promote positive relationship building with management and effective problem solving. By enhancing knowledge of the PRP language and how to apply it in the workplace, participants will gain a richer understanding of the values and guiding principles underlying the PRP.
In this one day education session participants will:
become familiar with the professional responsibility (PR) process
understand the guiding principles of the PR process
learn how to identify and resolve professional practice issues
participate in communication, documentation and problem-solving exercises
Open to all nurse members to apply.
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