Communication between a nurse and a patient carries assumptions and beliefs on both sides.
When that nurse is a student and the “patient” is the leader of a racial or ethnic minority group, the barriers to effective communication can be high.
The Nurse Practitioner Group of Spokane and the Washington State University College of Nursing are co-sponsoring this workshop including educational sessions and networking opportunities.
Topics include non-opioid pharmacological pain options, MAT, having difficult conversations, acupuncture and cannabanoids.
It’s free to NPGS members, enrolled WSU NP students and NP graduate faculty. Cost is $150 for non-members.
Registration deadline is Feb. 23. Register at https://npgspokane.enpnetwork.com/
Up to 7 CE hours and meals provided (CE pending AANP approval).
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