CODE OF CONDUCT & PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES WORKSHOP
It is a requirement for all registered and enrolled nurses to have attended a Code of Conduct workshop before 31st July 2015.
This Education Day meets the Criteria set down by Nursing Council
of New Zealand. View
The statutory role of the Nursing Council is to protect the health and safety of the public by setting standards of clinical competence, ethical conduct and cultural competence for nurses. These standards and Code of Conduct have been updated and you need to know how they apply to you and your work practices.
At this 3 hour workshop, you will
- Understand Code of Conduct and Professional Boundaries
- Understand the values that underpin the Code of conduct
- Results of not adhering to or upholding the Code of Conduct and working within professional boundaries.
- What other documents support the Code of Conduct
- Learn how to apply the document to your workplace
- Discover how to influence changes to your work practice and to others
Charmain Diver-Davy BHSc (Nursing) PG Cert Gerontology,
Course Facilitator and Developer with Clinical Update (NZ) Ltd has over
10 years’ experience in nursing and management in aged care. She
is an energetic, passionate and competent educator who has believes education
is the key to offering good care who recently joined the team at Clinical
We guarantee to have the most in-depth and up-to-date aged care training you’ve ever attended with the best specialist trainers available or your money back. You won’t find better aged care training anywhere and we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is. It’s as simple as that!
Refunds for non-attendance (cancellations) will only be given if notification is provided at least 24 hour prior to the workshop. If your cancellation is received after this day, then only 50% of the course fee will be refunded due to the venue's cancellation policy and costs we incur.
Payment must be made at least 7 days before the training unless prior arrangements have been made.
Feeback from previous workshops:
"Thought provoking re: own practice and others...
Learned from others experiences ...
Gained insights in my own practice ...
Well covered topic, facilitated well ...
Kept audience, engaged and interested - fantastic ...br>
Made a very “dry” topic alive, relevant and real -group interactions bought up some very relevant scenarios...
Thought provoking and timely reminder ...
Good examples shared ...
Clarified privacy versus confidentiality ..."
Have a problem you want to discuss or need some more information? Visit our blog!
We are passionate about empowerment through training.