Most nurses come well prepared to the nurse manager position with nursing skills; however, they may not have experience in the management side of their job duties. This four-day series helps nurse managers increase the skills necessary to be an effective manager in assisted living, housing with services, and home care.
The content of this program is designed to satisfy housing manager continuing education requirements and a portion of the annual dementia training requirements.
Note: This certificate program is designed for nurses new to assisted living and housing with services. While there are updates and new sessions each year, the core curriculum stays consistent. The Nurse Managers in Assisted Living & Home Care education series is not meant for annual attendance.
- Defining Your Role as a Nurse Manager
- Medication Management in Assisted Living and Home Care
- Using Systems/Tools to Get Your Work Done
- Practical Approaches to Implementing Quality
- Survey Preparation and Success
- Landlord-Tenant Law—What Nurses Need to Know
- Dealing with Difficult Behaviors
- Personalized Dementia Care
- Nurse Documentation—Best Practices in Charting
- Legal Issues for the Nurse in Assisted Living and Home Care
- Nurse Leadership—Keeping Staff Happy and Accountable
For more information, download the event brochure.
Care Providers of Minnesota has a room block at the Embassy Suites for $139/single per room, per night. Please reserve your accommodations early and mention Care Providers of Minnesota / Nurse Managers Education Series to receive this rate. Call Embassy Suites Hotel at 763-560-2700 or 1-800-362-2779. Note: CUT OFF DATES FOR THIS BLOCK ARE JULY 25, 2018, AND AUGUST 15, 2018.
|DATE & TIME:
||Part I: August 8–9, 2018
August 8: 8:45 AM–4:15 PM (8:15 AM check-in)
August 9: 9:00 AM–4:15 PM
Part II: September 5–6, 2018
September 5: 9:00 AM–4:15 PM (8:30 AM check-in)
September 6: 9:00 AM–4:15 PM
||Embassy Suites North
6300 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center [map]
||$600 per Care Providers of Minnesota member participant
$750 per prospective member participant
(includes series manual, CEUs, continental breakfasts, lunches, and refreshments)
||Care Providers of Minnesota will apply for 24 clock/contact hours
The Minnesota Board of Nursing has adopted new rules regarding continuing education requirements for nurses. The contact hour is now defined as 60 minutes (previously it was 50 minutes).
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