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The Washington State Nurses Association is pleased to offer you FREE continuing nursing education through our website. We continue to add to our learning modules, so please check back often to see our expanding inventory of options.
Washington State Nurses Association CNEPP (OH-231, 9/1/2018) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation,
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Wherever you are in your nursing career path - whether you're just starting out or are seeking to enhance your current practice - numerous resources exist to help you find your way.
Participate in our collection of online learning activities that are available on your schedule, and are designed to address some of today's core nursing issues.
Join us for sessions in our live webinar series, featuring
experts in a wide range of nursing topics. Or, create your own learning schedule and view the recorded webinar sessions, usually available within 48 hours of the event.
See the current webinar schedule in the LATEST NEWS Section of this page.
Safety 360-taking responsibility together by Dr. P Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, ANA President
Learn to err is to be human.
Quality- A moral Issue by Dr. Leah Curtin, DSc(h), RN, FAAN the “mother of ethics”
How to actualize the revised nursing code of ethics.
Nursing in Washington-the state of our state by Judy Huntington, MN,RN Outgoing WSNA Executive Director
Review our past, present and future as we forge new pathways in Washington State as nurses.
Moral Resilience-Fostering integrity in challenging situations by Cheryl Peterson, MSN, RN, ANA Director for Nursing Practice and Policy
Understand moral distress and moral residual to building moral resilience and courage.
The state of our future by Dr. Sally Watkins, PhD, MS, RN WSNA Executive Director
Learn what is changing in health care related to technology and the impact on our practice as we push to practice to the top of our license.
How to make staffing committees effective by Jennifer Graves, MS, RN and Dr. Sally Watkins, PhD, MS, RN
Learn about the 2008 and 2017 staffing laws which affect practice as we work to improve patient care in Washington State.
Substance Use Disorder Among Health Professionals: They are not immune by Melissa Fraser, CDP, BSN
Learn how the Washington Health Professional Services program addresses substance use disorders, engagement in treatment ,and working with nurses in their program to maintain their license.
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