Posted 16 days ago

Everything You Need to Know about

SBON* Actions and

How They May Impact Your Staff --

and Staffing

*State Boards of Nursing


A brand-new 90-minute ON-DEMAND, online webinar you can view anytime, anywhere.

Did you know that nurses at all levels of practice are substantially more likely to be investigated and disciplined by the nursing board than they are to be sued for professional malpractice?

And, licensure discipline is more consequential than lawsuits because it effects a professional's ability to continue practicing.

Space is limited!  
Registration is FREE for both ANA members and non-members.

Individual and Group* pre-registration is required.

Register by March 24, 2020,  to receive a gift, the ANA e-book, "Moral Distress and You."

Registration closes on April 16, 2020, at 1 pm ET.  

A link to the on-demand webinar will be emailed to all pre-registered people the next day.

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Nursing leaders and managers in all practice settings need to understand their responsibilities related to SBON actions and the impact on their nursing workforce and on their institutions.

Register for this real-world oriented webinar led by Edie Brous, JD, MS, MPH, RN, and discover:

  • The mission of state nursing boards, misconceptions about nursing licensure, the purpose of nursing regulation, and the implications for nursing leadership
  • Common reasons nursing boards impose discipline and how this should inform your leadership practices
  • Critical management responsibilities related to professional licensure
    • Staffing/scheduling/floating
    • Impairment/diversion
    • Hiring practices
    • Supervision and monitoring
    • Employee discipline and termination
  • Key actions that help protect RN licenses from investigation and discipline and the critical need for professional liability insurance.

This real-world webinar will provide concise, actionable information that you can apply immediately to improve your practice as a nursing leader.

Our presenter: Edie Brous, JD, MS, MPH, RN, combines her experience and passion for nursing and the law by representing, advising, educating and advocating in the interests of nurses. A highly-regarded speaker, Edie is well-known for her ability to present real-world information in a highly entertaining way. 

Just a few of the comments from participants in Edie's Fall, 2019, webinar for nursing leaders:

"Speaker was amazing!"

"Loved the real-life examples. Those help in understanding content."

"This was an absolutely excellent webinar."

"LOVED this webinar. Please bring her back for more."

"This was a wonderful way to discuss issues nurses face in practice every day! She did an excellent job!"

"This offering was very insightful as a nurse and as a nurse leader."

"This presenter was excellent. I was engaged and felt like this was meaningful for my day to day practice."

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Who should attend: Nursing Leaders in all practice settings

Additional information: Registration closes on April 16, 2020, at 1 pm ET.  Register now to have free, ongoing 24/7 access to this on-demand webinar. A link to the recording of this all-new webinar will be emailed to registrants on April 17, 2020, so you can view the webinar at your convenience.

Please join us for this valuable webinar!

Click here to register.

This program is informational only; no contact hours will be awarded.

Individual and group pre-registration is required.

*Questions or group attendance requests:

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