Managing Behavior Through De-Escalation

Tuesday, November 2, 2021, 1:00 pm CT

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Free: SPN Members
$40: Non-Members (free to view/$40 to claim CE)

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Presenter: Olivia Miller, MA, BCBA, LABA

Target Audience: RNs: Pediatric Nurses in all practice settings

Description: Hospitals across the U.S. are currently experiencing high volumes of patients with acute behavioral needs. Often, nurses in the inpatient setting are the first staff member to respond to the agitated patient. Current nursing education does not often include training on de-escalation and managing the escalated patient. This offering will help provide insight and training to nurses who may encounter the acutely escalated patient, and strategies to help reduce escalation, thereby decreasing the likelihood of patient and staff injury. Takeaways include de-escalation strategies.

Outcome: 75% of The participants will be able to implement new de-escalation skills for the escalated patient to reduce need for physical restraint and prevent staff injury based upon the knowledge gained

Continuing Education: Society of Pediatric Nurses is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation

Successful completion:
1. View recorded webinar
2. Complete on-line course evaluation and attestation of completion

Worth 1.0 Contact Hour

Conflict of Interest:
The planners and faculty for this activity report no conflict of interest with a commercial interest the development and presentation of this course.

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