WEBINARS - Previously Recordered
Aesthetic nursing is the provision of specialized procedures for the purpose of cosmetic treatment such as, but not limited to, dermal fillers, collagen stimulators, lipolysis and neuromodulators. This area of practice is constantly evolving and could include more procedures.
This is a joint presentation by the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Alberta (CRPNA), and the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA), the College & Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA). Members of these regulatory bodies should contact their respective organizations if they have any questions about this presentation or wish to seek practice guidance on this topic.
This presentation will give a brief overview of Alberta nurses’ professional responsibilities and accountabilities related to aesthetic nursing practice including:
• Scope of Practice and Jurisdictional Responsibilities related to Aesthetic Nursing
• The difference between Esthetic Services and Aesthetic Procedures
• Education, documentation and record keeping requirements
• Informed Consent, Infection Prevention & Control and self-employed practice review
Nurses in Independent Practice
Independent Practice is the application of nursing knowledge, skill, and principles outside of a traditional healthcare organization or setting.
The College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Alberta (CRPNA), the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA), and the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA), are pleased to present this webinar, intended to help guide nurses who currently engage in or who are considering independent or self-employed practice and the delivery of health services. It is important to be appropriately informed and prepared prior to starting your own business as a regulated health professional.
The following information will be covered:
1. Scope of Practice
2. Regulatory Requirements
3. Definition of Independent Practice
4. Context of Nursing Practice
5. Preparation for Independent Practice
7. Liability Coverage
Collaborative practice is a foundation for quality care. Professionals working together with shared decision-making, open communication and mutual trust are fundamental to collaborative nursing practice.
The College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Alberta (CRPNA), the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA), and the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA), are pleased to present a webinar based on the Collaborative Practice in Nursing document.
The document and webinar are intended to support Alberta’s nurses in developing positive intraprofessional relationships by incorporating collaborative principles into their practice.
Collaborative Practice Principles that will be discussed:
- Client-Centered Care
- Role Clarity
- Trust and Respect
- Effective Communication
- Shared Decision-Making
- Collaborative Leadership