The Tennessee Nurses Association is pleased to present an online module, Delegation in Nursing Practice, developed in conjunction with author Shelley Cohen, MSN, Rn, CEN, for nurses and student nurses in Tennessee.
This educational tool provides an opportunity for the Tennessee RN to review and update their knowledge of the Tennessee Nurse Practice Act and their role in delegation.
Organizations and individual nurses can improve practice and minimize risk when healthcare workers’ knowledge of acceptable practice is current and consistent among the team. Take this opportunity as an RN to participate in this module, or as an organization, make this module a requirement for annual competency. Patient care will benefit and nurses will be more confident in the care they provide.
Annual subscriptions are available for hospitals and schools of nursing.
The annual fee schedule for hospitals:
$100 – less than 100 beds
$250 – 100 – 250 beds
$400 – more than 250 beds
The yearly subscription period begins January 1 and ends December 31. The subscription fee will not be prorated.
TNA is also offering the module to schools of nursing!
The Delegation in Nursing Practice subscription offers schools the opportunity to provide this important curriculum to their students and faculty. The fee for schools of nursing is $300 annually with a January 1 to December 31 subscription period. The subscription fee will not be prorated.
Take this opportunity today to renew your skills and knowledge in this important area. This module does not provide continuing nursing education (CNE) credits.
If you have questions or need further information, contact Sharon Hinton, TNA’s Nurse Peer Review Leader or call 615-254-0350.
A secure online payment form is below. If you would like to pay with any other form of payment, please contact Sharon Hinton.
Note For Paid Subscribers: To gain access to the Delegation in Nursing Practice program, you will need to login to TNA’s website in the upper most right-hand corner of this website, where it says, “Login Here,” using the username and password provided to you by the subscribing School of Nursing or your employer. Individual nurse subscribers will find their login information in an email from Sharon Hinton.