Who for All nurses
About

The Nursing Council of New Zealand published in July 2012 the Code of Conduct for Nurses. It also set the expectation that by July 2015 all nurses (enrolled, registered and nurse practitioners) will be able to demonstrate professional development about the Code of Conduct.

Completing this course enables nurses at Hauora Tairawhiti DHB to meet the professional development expectation set by the Nursing Council of New Zealand. 

On successfully passing the course's assessment, you will be issued with a certificate of completion. If audited by Nursing Council, you will be able to submit this as proof of professional development.

If you have already gained professional development about the Code of Conduct for Nurses through over means, such as attending Nursing Council, NZNO and College of Nurses workshops, then you do not need to complete this package. You are free to do so however if you wish to gain further learning.

Contact  Serita Karauria

Who for All staff who work in a department where restraint is or could be used are required to complete this learning package every three years.
What

This course will introduce you to the Health and Disability Services Restraint Minimisation and Safe Practice Standards. By completing this course you will understand how these Standards apply and the expectations the organisation has regarding the application of the Standards.

This course is applicable to all settings where patient care is provided. It sets out what support and guidance staff should expect their department to provide.

Time 30 minutes
Contact Ellen Cameron
Acknowledgment The original material for this course has been provided, with thanks, from Counties Manukau DHB

This course has been developed to assist Subject Matter experts in their role as trainers and editing trainers in LEARN.  Please contact Praveena Nair for the enrolment into this course