How Can Nurses Encourage Patients to Live Healthy Lives

How Can Nurses Encourage Patients to Live Healthy Lives

Type: Online
Expiration Date: 05/31/2020
Location: Online


Contact Hour

Overview

The health of nurses has always been an issue for the profession. This webcast seeks to do two things. First, to help nurses understand how to lead their own path in taking better care of their own physical and mental states and that of their staff. The second, to show what the impact of doing so can have on their patients’ health, outcomes, and hospital readmissions.

After watching this webcast, you will learn how to better lead your own health care- and by doing so improve patient care and outcomes.

Key Learning Outcomes

  
  1. Health Challenges Faced by Nurses
  2. Interaction of Nurses with Patients
  3. Leadership Opportunities for Nurses
  4. Nurses Serving as Examples

Presented by

  

Lanette L. Anderson, MSN, JD, RN

Lanette L. Anderson has a Masters in Nursing Administration, a JD, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She has been licensed as a registered nurse in the State of West Virginia since 1980 and has also been licensed as an attorney in West Virginia since 1992. Ms. Anderson retired on June 30, 2016 from her full-time job as the Executive Director of the West Virginia State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), where she was active for twenty-four years in nursing regulation, health care policy, and nursing leadership activities. She was also actively involved with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing for each of the twenty-four years of her employment with the West Virginia LPN Board. She served as a member of the Board of Directors of that organization from 2011 to 2015. She also participated as a member on numerous committees with the National Council over the years. She also has been employed in nursing education since 2006 serving as an adjunct faculty member in several onground and online BSN and MSN programs. Ms. Anderson’s background in clinical practice is primarily in Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing.

Pricing Information

  
Price: $35.00
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