CPD Hours: 1
Mandatory notifications are at times hard to navigate as a manager. Join our webinar to break down mandatory notifications so you understand the law and how it applies to you as a nurse and/or midwife.
This webinar will explore what concerns might trigger a mandatory notifications, different thresholds, and reasonable belief and be delivered by NSWNMA Legal Officer, Katherine Doust.
Katherine was registered as nurse 1980 and a midwife in 1983. She worked as a registered nurse and a midwife for approximately 18 years. Katherine is no longer registered or practicing as a nurse/midwife.
In 2000, Katherine was admitted as a solicitor and barrister of the Supreme Court of NSW.
After admission, Katherine worked in private legal practice for approximately 10 years practicing mainly in the areas of civil litigation, criminal law, personal injury, guardianship law and coronial inquiries.
In 2010, Katherine commenced working as a legal officer at the NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association where she now advises and represents the Association’s members in matters including Coronial inquiries, NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal hearings, and matters before the Nursing and Midwifery Council of NSW.
The Lead with Confidence online seminar series for nurse and midwife managers, a program designed to meet the needs of members of the NSWNMA who have a management role. The content will be applicable for all sectors we encourage all members with a management role to attend.
Can’t attend on the day? The Lead with Confidence series is being recorded and will be made available in Member Central following. Register and we will notify you when each session is online and ready to be viewed.