The American Organization for Nursing Leadership has released its Nursing Leadership COVID -19 Study, which examines the impact of COVID-19 on key areas of nursing leadership between July 2020 and February 2021. Approximately 2,500 nurse leaders completed the newest survey, with findings indicating a change in the primary challenges nurse leaders faced since last summer: Access to personal protective equipment has […]
Following a virtual summit organized last year by the Tri-Council for Nursing, the group released a report titled Transforming Together: Implications and Opportunities from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Nursing Education, Practice, and Regulation, which details the blueprint for action that spans care settings, educational environments, regulatory agencies, and policy forums.
A new California law significantly changes the scope of practice for nurse-midwives. On Nov. 30 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. (PT), CHA will host a complimentary, members-only webinar to detail the changes that take effect on Jan. 1.
Senate Bill 1237, which the Governor signed into law on Sept. 18, will expand the scope of practice for nurse-midwives in California. On Nov. 30 from 1 to 2 p.m. (PT), CHA will host a webinar where experts will explain current law, changes in the new law, and what compliance looks like, as well as answer participants’ questions. For more information or to register, click here.
Assembly Bill (AB) 890 (Wood, D-Santa Rosa), which was signed into law on Sept. 29, will authorize a nurse practitioner who meets certain requirements to practice without physician supervision. The new law will improve access to health care by allowing nurse practitioners greater freedom and flexibility to practice in communities with insufficient primary care services. Details about the changes that will be implemented with AB 890 are available here.
CHA will hold its annual meetings for members with California Department of Public Health (CDPH) leadership and district offices via webinar on Nov. 4 and 10.
The world has been so focused on COVID-19 that it seems summer — and wildfire season — have snuck up on us. An upcoming complimentary webinar only for CHA members, July 29 from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., will focus on Wildfires During a Public Health Disaster: Incident Action Planning.
Writing an After Action Report (AAR) and Improvement Plan from a real event can be challenging enough. Writing one for an ever-changing event that has no end in sight can seem impossible. CHA’s COVID 19: Mid-Response After Action Reporting Webinar will discuss how the midterm AAR can use lessons learned — not only in meeting regulatory, accreditation, and grant requirements — but to identify ways to better respond and what to share with partners that can also help the community response.
CHA will hold a complimentary member webinar on March 11 from 2-3:30 p.m. (PT), emphasizing how hospitals and health systems can best care for their communities during the evolving coronavirus outbreak.
Register by Feb. 10 for CHA’s upcoming Creating Care Partnerships Conference, March 2-3 in Pasadena, to save $100 on registration and take advantage of group room rates at the host hotel, The Westin Pasadena.