Creating Your Policies and Procedures

1.5 E-CERPs + 1.5 CEUs

Create an ethical and sustainable private practice

Prepare for every situation.

This session will prepare you to create your own policies and procedures handbook for your private practice. This key document is essential to running an ethical private practice.

Creating Your Policies and Procedures (1.5 E-CERPs + 1.5 CEUs)

I knew that at some point that I would have to have some policies and procedures in place. But was overwhelmed as to where to start. I took each section Annie presented and went from there fo create mine. It took the pressure off and was so thorough.

KatieAnn McKee RN IBCLC

This course was great! Annie brought up possible issues that I hadn’t thought about. I’m glad that she made this course.

Kiara Carnes, BSN, RN, IBCLC

Objectives:

  • Define policies and procedures
  • Explain the different elements of a policies and procedures manual
  • Provide additional resources for legal and ethical guidance

BONUS! Includes an Infectious Disease Policy Creation Checklist

This was so helpful! I was struggling with coming up with a comprehensive P&P despite having worked on them before for other nursing jobs. This content is so specific for what we do as Lactation Consultants. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!

Sara Manske IBCLC

Learning the importance of having your own policies and procedures manual, even if you are a one person show, really opened my eyes. I feel like my business is built on a strong foundation from day one because of this course.

Jessi Sletten, CLC, PMH-C
Creating Your Policies and Procedures (1.5 E-CERPs + 1.5 CEUs)

Meet Your Instructor

Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC

This course was great! Annie brought up possible issues that I hadn’t thought about. I’m glad that she made this course.

Kiara Carnes, BSN, RN, IBCLC

Annie Frisbie is the author of Paperless Private Practice for Lactation Consultants and Lactation Private Practice: From Start to Strong. She is the creator of the Lactation Private Practice Essential Toolkit and a self-professed privacy and technology nerd.

“If you’ve read the Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin then you’ll know what I mean when I say I’m an Upholder. Meeting external obligations to comply with the law and meeting my own internal obligations to be ethical are guiding principles for my own private practice. Having strong Policies and Procedures means that you can rest on your systems when faced with challenging situations.”

Annie Frisbie, MA, IBCLC
Creating Your Policies and Procedures (1.5 E-CERPs + 1.5 CEUs)