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Righting a Wrong - Ethics & Professionalism in Nursing is a Course

Righting a Wrong - Ethics & Professionalism in Nursing

Started Nov 30, 2021

$30 Enroll

Full course description

Renew your commitment to professional conduct after disciplinary action

You’ve experienced disciplinary action that has impacted your ability to practice nursing. Now that you are ready to return to practice, it is important to consider how ethics and professional conduct can safeguard and re-energize your practice of nursing.

Righting A Wrong – Ethics & Professionalism In Nursing will help you rethink how to handle professional mistakes and shortcomings in a way that demonstrates your commitment to ethical and safe nursing practice.

Invest in your nurse licensure...and renew your professional confidence

Set the stage for career renewal and sharpen your critical thinking with 24-7 access to interactive e-learning techniques:

  • Explore links to knowledge, visual/graphical aids and key terms.
  • Complete short-answer and essay questions in the downloadable Assignment Book. (Note: completion of the Assignment Book may be necessary to meet your board of nursing's requirements.)
  • Enjoy material from Nancy Crigger, PhD, APRN, BC, MA and Nelda Godfrey, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, two recognized nurse educators who have written extensively on nursing ethics and professionalism.
  • Complete a post-test with a score of 75% or above to receive your CE credit's and a certificate to mark your achievement.

Take action today to protect your RN, LPN/LVN license for the future

Right any nursing mistakes you make and protect your license by implementing these course objectives into your practice of nursing:

  • Relate the Staircase Model of Professional Development to the nursing code of ethics, standards of practice, nurse practice acts and institutional policies as the basis for professional nursing practice
  • Describe the types of thinking that lead to wrongdoing
  • Demonstrate the ethically appropriate response to a mistake or professional shortcoming through disclosure, apologizing, and making amends when possible
  • Apply the STOP decision making model to clinical and professional situations
  • Construct a statement of commitment that reflects an ethical, professional ideal to society, the profession and those for whom the nurse provides care

Course Information

Delivery Method: OnDemand
Cost: $30 | Free for Members
CEs: 3.0