Recording Available (registration required)
This education event explored the impact you can have on policy development as an advocate for your patients. It will invite you to consider what personal characteristics you currently have to positively impact your professional goals, improve health care equity and enhance patient care.
There was a slight delay in the beginning of the recording. For your reference, you are welcome to download a pdf of the presentation slides and our presenters bio is below.
Open to all RNs, LPNs and nursing students who live or work in Pierce, Thurston, Mason, Kitsap, Grays Harbor, Clallam and Jefferson counties. Nurses who watch the recording and complete an evaluation form (link below) will receive a certificate of attendance. Event will be recorded and available with a separate registration for nurses who are not able to attend the live event.
After you complete the evaluation form, you’ll be directed to a link for the certificate of attendance. If you have any trouble accessing the certificate of attendance, please email us at email@example.com.
Margaret C. Holm, JD, RN
Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission
Washington State Department of Health
Our guest speaker is Margaret Holm, JD, RN. She has been an RN and an attorney for over 30 years. Since June 2012, Ms. Holm has been a nursing consultant for the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission. In this role she provides consultation and educational activities relating to various aspects of the Commission’s nursing regulations. Ms. Holm’s nursing experience includes medical/surgical, critical care, psychiatric, discharge planning and forensic nursing. After obtaining her law degree, she practiced in the fields of professional malpractice, personal injury, health care law and adoption. Prior to her joining the Nursing Commission, she served as a health law judge. Ms. Holm is a frequent speaker in state, national and international venues. She has served on numerous professional and community boards. Ms. Holm served on a board for international institutional research review for 10 years. She has been a member of the American Association of Nurse Attorneys.