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TNA Critical Issue Forum--Now What?

Webinar/Online

Friday, June 24, 2022 at 12:00pm CT - 4:00pm CT
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Topic

Now What? Millions of nurses in the U.S. are asking questions because of the recent trial of RaDonda Vaught.

Speaker(s)

Elizabeth Rudolph, JD, MSN, RN, PLNC, and a representative from the Nurses Service Organization (NSO)


Additional Information

TNA Critical Issue Forum

Now What?

What did I just do?  Should I report my mistake?  Will I be prosecuted? Can I really go to jail?  Who has my back when I make an error? Can somebody help me understand what’s happening?  How can I continue to protect my patients when I don’t know how to protect myself? Do I really want to do this?  What has really changed since the trial?

These are just a few of the questions being asked by the millions of nurses in the U.S. because of the recent trial of RaDonda Vaught.

To address these questions and more, the Tennessee Nurses Association (TNA) will be presenting a special live-streamed event on June 24, 2022, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm Central Time.

Featured Speakers: 

Elizabeth Rudolph, JD, MSN, RN, PLNC, founder of JurexNurse.com, will provide her insight as both an RN and an attorney. 

Jennifer Flynn, CPHRM, Risk Manager, Nurses Service Organization (NSO.com)

Lynn Pierce, BSN, RN, CPHRM, Risk Control Director, CNA Healthcare (CNA.com)

Liz Stokes, PhD, JD, RN, Director, Nursing Programs Center for Ethics and Human Rights, American Nurses Association (ANA-NursingWorld.org)

An extensive Q&A period will follow the presentations.

Where do you go from here? The first step is to be fully informed as to the risks and potential remedies available to you as a nurse. Join TNA for this frank conversation about your future in nursing.

Registration Fees:
TNA Member: $25
TNA Non-Member: $50 (see discounted ticket rate below)
Non-Licensed Nursing Student: $10

TNA is Offering a 50% Discount to the Below Group of Nurses

  1. Discount applies to Registered Nurses that are not TNA Members, but have a current membership in both ANA and a state nurses association other than the state of Tennessee. Discounted registration fee will be $25. This discount requires a coupon code. Please contact your state nurses association for the code. Note: you will need to follow these steps to apply the coupon code at check-out. When you are registering for this event, choose to "Buy" the "I am a member of ANA and another state nurses association." In the next section, if you have an account on our website, click "Log In." If you "Don't have an account," click "Sign up." After you have either logged in or completed the very brief account sign up page, you will come to the check-out area where you will enter the Coupon Code to receive 50% off of the $50 ticket.
  2. TNA will offer a 50% discount on the "TNA Non-Member" ticket to nurses that currently hold an insurance policy with Nurses Services Organization (NSO). Discounted registration fee will be $25. This discount requires a coupon code. As soon as the code is available, NSO will send it to their policyholders. Note: you will need to follow these steps to apply the coupon code at check-out. When you are registering for this event, choose to "Buy" the "TNA Non-Member" ticket. In the next section, if you have an account on our website, click "Log In." If you "Don't have an account," click "Sign up." After you have either logged in or completed the very brief account sign up page, you will come to the check-out area where you will enter the Coupon Code to receive 50% off of the $50 ticket. Important note: if you are a TNA member and have a policy with NSO, you will not need to choose this option. Please register using the "TNA Member"  ticket, which is already $25.

Click HERE to register.

Share the event flyer with your colleagues and students. Download HERE.

For those of you who are unable to attend the live presentation, the session will be recorded and available on-demand at the same price as listed above.

If you have questions, contact TNA@TNAonline.org. Thank you.