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Post CABG Recovery: Nursing Care and Management

Presented by Jo Ann Pelaez-Fisher, PhD, RN

Post CABG Recovery: Nursing Care and Management

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Video Runtime: 47 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 22 Minutes

This course will provide essential information on caring for patients who have undergone coronary bypass graft surgery. The course will define what the coronary bypass graft surgery is, identify concerns the patient may encounter after surgery, and provide details to how the patient can return to normal life. This course is designed for nurses in any setting but is particularly targeted to nurses in the long-term acute care facility, skilled nursing facility, rehabilitation facility, and home health.

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Medical Complications in Post-Acute Care: Pulmonary and Cardiac

Presented by Cheryl Lehman, PhD, RN, CRRN

Medical Complications in Post-Acute Care: Pulmonary and Cardiac

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Video Runtime: 27 Minutes

This course gives participants an overview of medical complications that can occur in the post-acute care setting, focusing in this part on pulmonary and cardiac issues. With patient acuity changing in this setting, patients with the potential for medical complications are more likely to be admitted. Examples of medical complications will be shared, along with clinical pearls on focusing assessment and interventions on early detection and prevention activities designed to improve cardiac and pulmonary outcomes.

This course is a part of a series discussing medical complications in complex patients, including the following topics:

Introduction & Infection Management | Pulmonary and Cardiac | Diabetes | Fluids and Acid/Base Balance | Endocrine and Shock

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Fall Risk and Prevention in the Home

Presented by Dedee Culley, RN

Fall Risk and Prevention in the Home

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Today's home health nurse cares for a wide variety of patients. Each must be assessed for their rehabilitation potential as well as risk factors affecting compliance and falls/injuries. Given this, knowledge and assessment skills are critical for assessing a patient's risk for falls in the home and providing education and support to prevent these falls/injuries. This course will enhance the nurse's ability to assess a patients mental, physical and environmental status. In addition, the nurse will be provided guidance on when and whom to incorporate into the patients care to ensure the best outcomes and prevention of falls. Finally, the nurse will be provided tips and resources to use in educating their patients on prevention of falls in the home.

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Pediatrics: Home Care Nursing of the Complex, Fragile Child

Presented by Deborah Boroughs, RN, MSN

Pediatrics: Home Care Nursing of the Complex, Fragile Child

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This course gives students an overview of the high-stake, high-risk nature of nursing care in the home of medically-complex, fragile children. Common diagnostic categories of children with complex health care needs who receive in-home nursing care are identified. Primary preventable causes of death in pediatric home care are listed. Nurse competence to care for the fragile child and family at home is defined. Essential training components for the home care nurse are listed.

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The Admission Process: The Hospice Medicare Election and Addendum

Presented by Cathleen Armato, RN, CHC, CHPC

The Admission Process: The Hospice Medicare Election and Addendum

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Video Runtime: 20 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 15 Minutes

During the admission process, the election statement is frequently viewed by the hospice team as a technical requirement. While it is that, it is also part of the process of making sure the patient and/or the patient's representative is informed and has been given an opportunity to make decisions. These decisions include choosing the hospice and the attending physician and determining when hospice care starts. Medicare is increasingly focused on a patient's right to be involved in decisions when it comes to their own care. The technical requirements of a hospice election statement are there to protect patients and their representatives and ensure they understand how the benefit works, including what will and will not be covered under their election. Additionally, there are many times in hospice when a patient may not be able to make decisions or sign the election and will have a representative. This course reviews the technical requirements and the decision-making authority of representatives.

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Infection Prevention: Standard Precautions

Presented by Lisa A. Gorski, MS, RN, HHCNS-BC, CRNI, FAAN

Infection Prevention: Standard Precautions

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Video Runtime: 33 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 24 Minutes

This course provides home care and hospice clinicians with the essential knowledge required to understand issues relative to infection and infection prevention. Infections are often an underestimated home care problem. The home is a unique setting that presents with distinctive challenges as compared to hospitals and other inpatient settings. The Medicare Conditions of Participation and accreditation organizations require that home care agencies maintain an infection control program that includes surveillance, infection identification, prevention, and control of infections. Part I of this course begins with an overview of issues specific to home care and infection control. The remainder of the course focuses on application of standard precautions as applied in the home care setting.

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Keeping the Older Adult With Dementia Socially Engaged

Presented by Lisa Byrd, PhD, FNP-BC, GNP-BC

Keeping the Older Adult With Dementia Socially Engaged

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Video Runtime: 37 Minutes

Older patients with dementia will benefit from plans of care that incorporate activities that consider their cognitive abilities. These individuals must also stay socially engaged in order to slow the dementia process and decrease problematic behaviors. This course discusses strategies to meet these needs.

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Principles of Pain Management: Neurobiology and The Multimodal Model

Presented by Sarah Murray, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC

Principles of Pain Management: Neurobiology and The Multimodal Model

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Video Runtime: 26 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 32 Minutes

This course will describe the underlying neurobiology and pathophysiology of the pain experience. In addition, the course will explain the complex nature of pain, and the common comorbidities of pain will be described. This course will go beyond the basics of pain management and explain the multimodal approach principles to optimize the control of pain. This course is most applicable to nurses, occupational therapists, and physical therapists in acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, long-term care, and home health settings.

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