NCSBN's annual Attorney & Investigator Conference (formerly referred to as the Attorney & Investigator Symposium) provides a forum for board of nursing attorneys and investigators to learn effective investigative tools, strategies, and procedures for regulatory proceedings.

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2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium

Event Information

When: May 2009

Where: Providence, R.I.

Category: Discipline

Topic(s): Attorney & Investigators, Discipline Process, Discipline, Discipline Investigations, Just Culture, Professional Boundaries, Substance Use Disorder

Audience: Board Staff

Knowledge Network: Discipline

Description:

NCSBN's annual Attorney & Investigator Conference (formerly referred to as the Attorney & Investigator Symposium) provides a forum for board of nursing attorneys and investigators to learn effective investigative tools, strategies, and procedures for regulatory proceedings.

Presentations

Agreement for Corrective Action

Presenter(s)

Rene Cronquist, RN, JD
Assistant Director for Practice and Policy, Minnesota Board of Nursing

2009 Attorney & Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/21/2011
Length: 31:33

Discipline

Attorneys & Investigators, Discipline Board Staff Discipline

Awakening the Hero: Lincoln, and other inspirational lawyers, with a prescription for finding our own hero within ourselves and our work

Presenter(s)

Cheryl Niro, JD
Executive Director of the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism

Description

Cheryl is the first Executive Director of the Illinois Supreme commission on Professionalism. In addition to many other achievements, Cheryl has lectured and taught at law schools including Harvard University, Loyola University, Southern Illinois University and Northern Illinois University. She has been recognized by Today's Chicago Woman Magazine in their "Hall of Fame" and "100 Women Making a Difference" and was selected by American Lawyer Media's 10 Most Influential Women Lawyers in Illinois.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/21/2011
Length: 37:55

Discipline

Other Board Staff Discipline

Cosmetic Procedures

Presenter(s)

Jill K. Jones, RN,
CPSN President/CEO Aesthetic Advancements, Inc.

Description

As requested by participants of the 2008 conference, an advanced practice nurse talks about cosmetic procedures, qualifications, and specialized education and certification required to safely perform an array of procedures.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 1:00:37

Discipline

Practice Board Staff Board Governance

Electronic Monitoring Across State Lines

Presenter(s)

Marilyn McCord, RN,
MS Clinical Program Manager, Philips VISICU

Description

At the cutting edge of technology, health care professionals now monitor ICU patients and provide diagnostic information and advice across state borders and sometimes, international borders. The speaker will highlight the current technology being used and address issues related to licensure and qualifications of the new telehealth ICU nurse.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 49:55

Discipline

Practice Board Staff Discipline

Expungements

Presenter(s)

Nathan Goldman, JD,
General Counsel, Kentucky Board of Nursing

Description

Attorneys share their experience in implementation, outcomes, as well as the forms developed for these processes.

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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 18:00

Discipline

Attorneys & Investigators Board Staff Discipline

How Can a Board Do Less with More?

Presenter(s)

Christopher D. Coppin, JD Contract prosecutor,
New Mexico Board of Nursing

Description

The prosecuting Attorneys from the New Mexico Board of Nursing shares experiences and provides information on how to streamline and make the disciplinary process more efficient and effective.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 1:02:06

Discipline

Attorneys & Investigators, Discipline Investigations Board Staff Discipline

Interviewing and Communicating with Difficult Respondents

Presenter(s)

Victoria Priola-Surowiec, PsyD Faculty,
Program Director at the Adler School of Professional Psychology

Description

A psychologist who works with law enforcement officials addresses the issue of interviewing and communicating with difficult respondents.

2009 Attorney & Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 2:05:16

Education

Attorneys & Investigators, Discipline Investigations Board Staff Discipline

Model APRN Legislation

Presenter(s)

Ann L. O’Sullivan, PhD, FAAN,
CRNP Professor of Primary Care Nursing,
University of Pennsylvania

Description

An update on NCSBN’s new APRN Regulatory Model.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 24:10

Discipline

Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN), Model Rules/Legislation, Policy & Legislation Board Staff Discipline

NCSBN Update: Remediation Outcome Study

Presenter(s)

Kevin Kenward, PhD Director of Research, NCSBN

Description

An update on the remediation outcomes study.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 12:35

Discipline

Research, Discipline Board Staff Discipline

Non-Disciplinary Fines and Deferred Discipline

Presenter(s)

Dusty Johnston, JD General Counsel,
Texas Board of Nursing

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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 33:08

Discipline

Attorneys & Investigators, Discipline Board Staff Discipline

Professional Ethics

Presenter(s)

Mary L. Milano, D.Min.,
JD Executive Director, Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission

Description

It is common for a board of nursing to discipline a nurse and require that nurse to complete an ethics course. Is this sufficient for nurses who have significant gaps in the development of their moral judgment and values? How do you deal with these individuals? Can professional ethics be learned? These questions will be explored by the speaker who is an ethicist, Attorneys and regulator.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 58:44

Discipline

Ethics Board Staff Discipline

The Criminalization of a Medical Error: Panel Introduction

Presenter(s)

Moderator: Maryann Alexander, PhD, RN, Chief Officer, Nursing Regulation, NCSBN

Panel:

  • Joe Flores, RN, MSN, JD
  • Trent Kelly, JD
  • Jack Zwieg, JD
Description

Four speakers address different aspects of this challenging case, which is based on a case from the Wisconsin Board of Nursing. Attendees are encouraged to share their perspectives and participate in a discussion that follows the presentation. * The case study overview was also presented at NCSBN’s Institute of Regulatory Excellence in January 2009 and is the video linked here for the Attorneys & Investigator Symposium case study introduction.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 1:10:46

Discipline

Medication Errors, Discipline, Attorneys & Investigators Board Staff Discipline

The Criminalization of a Medical Error: Panel Discussion

Presenter(s)

Moderator: Maryann Alexander, PhD, RN, Chief Officer, Nursing Regulation, NCSBN

Panel:

  • Joe Flores, RN, MSN, JD
  • Trent Kelly, JD
  • Jack Zwieg, JD
Description

Four speakers address different aspects of this challenging case, which is based on a case from the Wisconsin Board of Nursing. Attendees are encouraged to share their perspectives and participate in a discussion that follows the presentation. * The case study overview was also presented at NCSBN’s Institute of Regulatory Excellence in January 2009 and is the video linked here for the Attorneys & Investigator Symposium case study introduction.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 58:30

Discipline

Medication Errors, Discipline, Attorneys & Investigators Board Staff Discipline

The Criminalization of a Medical Error: Panel Q/A

Presenter(s)

Moderator: Maryann Alexander, PhD, RN, Chief Officer, Nursing Regulation, NCSBN

Panel:

  • Joe Flores, RN, MSN, JD
  • Trent Kelly, JD
  • Jack Zwieg, JD
Description

Four speakers address different aspects of this challenging case, which is based on a case from the Wisconsin Board of Nursing. Attendees are encouraged to share their perspectives and participate in a discussion that follows the presentation. * The case study overview was also presented at NCSBN’s Institute of Regulatory Excellence in January 2009 and is the video linked here for the Attorneys & Investigator Symposium case study introduction.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 38:38

Discipline

Medication Errors, Discipline, Attorneys & Investigators Board Staff Discipline

Use of the TERCAP Instrument in Disciplinary Investigations

Presenter(s)

J. L. Skylar Caddell, RN-BC Lead Investigator,
Texas Board of Nursing

Description

An update on the TERCAP project and how one board has used the tool to improve their investigative process.

2009 Attorney and Investigator Symposium
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Posted: 12/22/2011
Length: 15:59

Discipline

Medication Errors, Discipline, Attorneys & Investigators Board Staff Discipline

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