From time to time, the College creates on-demand videos of interest to nurses, nursing educators and other stakeholders who wish to learn more about current regulatory issues and the role the College plays in nursing regulation.

New webcasts will be advertised on www.cno.org and in The Standard.

  • Code of Conduct Webcast

    This webcast helps nurses understand the accountabilities for each principle in the Code of Conduct. It also describes the conduct and behaviour members of the public can expect of nurses in different situations.

  • Confidentiality and Privacy

    This two-chapter webcast was created to educate nurses and other stakeholders about the serious legal responsibility of protecting personal health information.

  • Controlled Acts Webcasts

    The College has created four presentations that explain what controlled acts are, and how nurses get the authority to perform a controlled act procedure.

  • Critical Inquiry and Evidence-Informed Practice Webcast

    This webcast was recorded during a College teleconference that featured an interview with Karen Riddell, Director, Professional Practice and Operations at Windsor Regional Hospital, and Nancy Lefebre, Chief Clinical Executive Senior VP Knowledge and Practice at Saint Elizabeth. In the 48-minute interview, Nancy and Karen share their expertise on the concepts of critical inquiry and evidence-informed practice and how they apply to nursing.

  • Documentation Webcast

    Nursing documentation is an important component of nursing practice and the interprofessional documentation that occurs within the client’s health record. Documentation, whether paper, electronic, audio or visual is used to monitor a client’s progress and communicate with other care providers. It also reflects the nursing care that is provided to a client. This webcast is based on the College’s Documentation, Revised 2008 practice standard which applies to all nurses in all roles in all practice settings. 

  • Medical Assistance in Dying Webcast

    Our Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) webcast inform nurses about the changes related to the March 17, 2021 implementation of Bill C-7 under the Criminal Code. It is an overview of how these changes affect NPs who provide MAID and the role of RNs and RPNs who support patients in the MAID process....

  • Medication Practice Standard: An Overview webcast

    This webcast is based on the Medication practice standard. Medication is a short, principle-based document that uses common nursing principles to guide your medication practice.

  • Nurse Practitioner practice standard

    This webcast is an overview of the Nurse Practitioner practice standard. It is intended to help Registered Nurses in the Extended Class apply the accountabilities in the NP practice standard, and to help others understand NP practice. 

  • Practice Reflection Webcasts

    The College has created three videos that show how practice reflection is an important part of every nurse's practice.

  • RN and RPN Practice: The Client, the Nurse and the Environment webcast

    Three factors –– the client, the nurse and the environment –– affect the decision-making about which nursing category is best for specific roles in client care, and determine the need for consultation and collaboration among care providers. This webcast is based on the RN and RPN Practice: The Nurse, the Client and the Environment practice document which discusses concepts that apply to RNs and RPNs in all roles in all practice settings.

  • Sexual Abuse Prevention Webcast

    Our Sexual Abuse Prevention webcast helps educate nurses on what our research has revealed about grooming techniques, maintaining boundaries and the important role nurses have in preventing this patient harm.

  • Social Media: Reflect Before You Post Webcast

    One of the key challenges for nurses is knowing how to use social media while safeguarding the public interest and trust. This webcast focuses on your accountability when using social media. Using scenarios, it discusses examples of College practice standards that nurses can use to reflect and make sound decisions when using social media.

  • Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship: Maintaining Boundaries Webcast

    At the core of nursing practice is the therapeutic nurse-client relationship. The nurse establishes and maintains this key relationship by using nursing knowledge and skills as well as applying caring attitudes and behaviours. The therapeutic nurse-client relationship contributes to a client's health and well-being. This webcast is based on the College's Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship, Revised 2006 practice document which applies to all nurses, in all roles and practice settings.

Page last reviewed March 04, 2020