Pa nursing laws mandating
2 hour course for license renewal: https://wildirismedicaleducation.com/courses/pa-act-31-training-child-abuse-recognition-2-hours This course is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (PA CE Provider number CACE000034) Act 31 applies to all health-related licensees, regardless of whether they are subject to the continuing education requirements of the applicable Board.
For example, although licensed practical nurses have no independent continuing education requirement at this time, they are required to complete the Act 31 continuing education in child abuse recognition and reporting requirements.
But analysis on the California law's impact on quality was mixed, the commission and other researchers found.
There are some key differences between the California law and the proposed Massachusetts measure.
This program is designed to provide an overview of child abuse based on the most recent Pennsylvania updates to the Child Protective Services Law, most of which took effect December 31, 2014. NOTE — the CE will appear in your dashboard within 1-2 hours.
Learn more about what is required of employers and what employees need to know.
Massachusetts voters Tuesday rejected a ballot measure that would have instituted mandated nurse-to-patient staffing ratios starting Jan. With 22% of precincts reporting, the Associated Press declared the ballot measure dead as 70.8% voters cast a "no" vote.
The federal Break Time for Nursing Mothers law requires employers covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to provide basic accommodations for breastfeeding mothers at work.
These accommodations include time for women to express milk and a private space that is not a bathroom each time they need to pump.
Providers would save $34 million to $47 million as they hire more nurses, resulting from reduced length of stay and fewer adverse events.