APNA Ohio 2012 Conference
THIS YEAR: ONLINE!!
September 28, 2012
Just Culture: Implications for Psychiatric Nursing Practice
Safe behavioral choice
Safety through open communication
…these are issues of great concern to psychiatric nurses in their day-to-day role performance.
Just Culture offers an approach to building principles of workplace action that facilitates system safety by encouraging open communication, accountability, and safety.
This 90-minute online presentation will offer insight into the principles of just culture and the utility of those principles for optimal psych nursing practice---medication administration, use of restraints, treatment adherence, diagnosis, and emerging interventions.
Intended audience: nurses, student nurses, and other mental health professionals
1. Describe a clinical culture of patient safety and a model of shared accountability.
2. Apply the model to case studies and lessons learned in clinical settings.
Application has been made to APNA for 1 .5 Contact Hours
The American Psychiatric Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
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