As an early career RN, you will, or have been, asked to serve as the Charge Nurse on your unit. Even if your manager has prepared you for this step, you may find your self asking, “How do I make this work for me, the other people I am working with and my patients?”
What does it take to be an excellent charge nurse?
The authority of a manager…the insight of a psychologist…the patience of a saint...the crisis intervention skills of a counselor…and the tact of a diplomat.
This live, free, interactive webinar will provide early career RNs with tips and tools they can use the first time -- and every time -- they are asked to be in charge.
This program will help you learn to take charge more confidently – and that will make a significant difference to you, your coworkers and your patients.
Who should attend: Early Career RNs
Additional information: Register no later than May 29, 2019 at 1 pm ET to receive 24/7 access to this webinar so even if you can't attend the live webinar, you can still benefit from this information at a later time. A link will be emailed to all registrants the day after the webinar, so you can view the webinar at your convenience.
Our Presenter: Carol A. Essenmacher, PMHCNS-BC, DNP, NCTTP
Carol Essenmacher currently serves as the Tobacco Treatment Coordinator at the Battle Creek Veterans Administration Medical Center. She has many years’ experience as a Staff Nurse and Charge Nurse in a variety of clinical acute care settings. Dr. Essenmacher has also taught in academic nursing programs and is an experienced and knowledgeable presenter.
This program is informational only; no contact hours will be awarded.
Individual pre-registration is required.
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You don't have to attend the live webinar! Register to receive 24/7 access to this webinar recording!
Attendance is free for both ANA members and non-members.
Register by April 25, 2019 to receive a free registration gift, a special article, “Selecting and Preparing References.”