RN to APRN Delegation Workshop
1.0 CE - Nurses' attitudes and preparedness toward delegation to Nursing Assistant Personnel.
Time & Location
Jun 08, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
About the Event
ANA\C invites you to an interactive webinar with ANA\C member, Calah Raab DNP RN PHN as she discusses the abilities to delegate, assign and supervise are critical competencies for every RN.
Delegation is an essential nursing skill. Building on previous work of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and the American Nurses Association (ANA), this joint statement reflects an effort to standardize the nursing delegation process based on research findings and evidence in the literature. It is applicable to all levels of nursing licensure (advanced practice registered nurse [APRN], registered nurse [RN], licensed practical/vocational nurse [LPN/VN]) where the nurse practice act (NPA) is silent.
These guidelines can be applied to:
• APRNs when delegating to RNs, LPN/VNs, and assistive personnel (AP)
• RNs when delegating to LPN/VNs and AP
• LPN/VNs (as allowed by their state/jurisdiction) when delegating to AP.
*Note: These guidelines do not apply to the transfer of responsibility for care