1:30 - 2:30
14 Aug 2019
Nurses interact with the police in a number of ways. They may be asked to respond to inquiries from police, they may be required to contact the police to assist in managing unsafe patient situations, or they themselves may be the subject of a police inquiry. Communicating with the police can raise some important legal, professional and ethical issues.
This is a replay of the September 19, 2018 webinar with live questions and answers at the end.
Please note, CNPS webinars are included in the services offered to CNPS beneficiaries. A registration fee of $29 (plus applicable taxes) will apply to nurses who are not currently eligible for CNPS services.* Once the webinar request is processed, non-eligible nurses will receive a PayPal link to complete the registration process. To learn more about CNPS eligibility and services, visit www.cnps.ca. *Nursing students may attend for free by registering with the CNPS at http://cnps.ca/student.
To participate in this event, you will need a set of computer speakers or headphones and your computer needs to have Adobe Flash installed and enabled.
The confirmation email with the login information will be sent to you by email. Please check your junk mail or contact us at 1-800-267-3390 if you do not receive a confirmation email within 3 days after registering.
Please note, because the law is subject to change, we do not provide PowerPoint handouts, nor are sessions available for on-demand viewing at this time.
About CNPS – The Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS®) is a not-for-profit society that offers legal advice, risk-management services, legal assistance and professional liability protection related to nursing practice in Canada to eligible nurses. For more information about CNPS services and benefits, contact CNPS at 1-844-4MY-CNPS (1-844-469-2677) or visit www.cnps.ca.