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Law, Ethics, Professional Accountability, Documentation and Recordkeeping Workshops – RCN (6520) Accredited

Law, Ethics, Professional Accountability, Documentation and Recordkeeping Workshops – RCN (6520) Accredited
This programme has been accredited by the RCN Centre for Professional Accreditation until 12th February 2019
Accreditation applies only to the educational content of the programme and does not apply to any product

The Law, Ethics, Professional Accountability, Nursing Documentation and Record Keeping
  • The Law, Ethics, Professional Accountability, Documentation & Record Keeping (LEPADR) Workshop is designed to provide learners with the underpinning concepts to explore the statutory and common laws and professional-ethical responsibilities of nurses in order to develop participant’s knowledge and critical thinking skills in the healthcare arena.
  • The qualification is ideal for new starters and experienced staff requiring a refresher alike and is designed for the health and social care sectors including private and government hospitals, ambulance services, nursing homes,residential care homes, domiciliary care providers, nurseries, doctor’s surgeries etc.
  • The qualification has been designed to incorporate the guidance and best practices of law and ethics from NMC, RCN, Department of Health, NICE, Health and Social Care Act and other government guidance.
Aims of workshop:
  • To enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of registered nurses andother healthcare professionals in the ethical and legal responsibilities oftheir professional practice in order for them to be aware of the implicationof their actions to the overall care that they render to their patients
  • To extend and enhance the knowledge and skills of registered nurses andother healthcare professionals in performing accurately and proficientlytheir responsibilities in documentation and recordkeeping
Course Details
  • Human Life
  • Rules
  • Law (Criminal Law vs. Civil Law)
  • UK Criminal Court System
  • Interpretation of Judicial Function
  • Aims of Sentencing
  • Generic Legislation and Codes of
  • Practice for Nurses
  • Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
  • NHS Constitution
  • Ethics
  • Framework for Ethical Dilemmas
  • Utilitarianism
  • Deontology
  • Right Based Ethics
  • Virtue Ethics
  • Consent for Care and Treatment
  • Right to Refuse
  • Confidentiality
  • Data Protection Act 1998
  • Information Governance Review
  • Caldicott Principle
  • Disclosure
  • Police Access to Medical Records
  • Freedom of Information Act
  • Information Sharing Protocols
  • Computer Misuse Act 1990
  • Ethical Aspects of Resource Allocation
  • Mental Capacity Act 1984
  • Mental Health
  • Equality Act
  • Different Discriminations
  • Discharge
  • Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)
  • Human Fertilisation
  • Embryology Authorisation Regulations
  • Police and Criminal Evidence Act
  • End of Life Care Decisions
  • Euthanasia
  • Incompetent Patient
  • Competent Patient
  • Withdrawal of Artificial Nutrition and Hydration (ANH)
  • Prevent Duty Guidance in England & Wales
  • Safeguarding
  • Law of Consent Pertaining to Children
  • Legislation
  • Child Abuse
  • Professional Code of Conduct
  • Principles of Nursing Practice
  • Recordkeeping and Documentation
  • Common Errors in Record Keeping
  • Breach of Duty
  • Duty of Candour
  • Accountability
  • Professionalism
  • Employment Contract
  • Recent Changes to Fitness to Practice
  • Consensual Panel Determination
  • Areas of Review
  • Lack of Competence
  • Criminal Convictions and Cautions
  • Protected Cautions and Convictions
  • Driving Offences and Penalty Fares
  • Health as Allegation
  • Knowledge of English and Patient Risk
  • Sanctions
  • NMC Powers
  • Role of NMC Investigating Committee Panel
  • Principles of Delegation
  • Health Records
  • Evidence in Court
  • Documentation
  • NMC Guidance
  • Knowledge and Practical Assessment
Target Candidates: Nurses, Doctors and other Healthcare Professionals
Duration: 0930-1730
Fee: £160
Lunch will not be provided only Tea and coffee will be provided in the morning and during breaks.

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RCN Accredited - The Law, Ethics, Professional Accountability, Nursing Documentation and Record Keeping

This programme has been accredited by the RCN Centre for Professional Accreditation until 14 August 2015 Accreditation applies only to the educational content of the programme and does not apply to any product

This programme has been accredited by the RCN Centre for Professional Accreditation until 12 February 2019 Accreditation applies only to the educational content of the programme and does not apply to any product

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The Law, Ethics, Professional Accountability, Nursing Documentation and Record Keeping – RCN (6520) | CPD (1436T2) Certified

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