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Christine Cave, DNP, FNP, MSN, RN, CRRN, CEP

Christine Cave Instructor Bio:
Christine Cave is an advocate for the profession of nursing and the science of caring for rehabilitation patients across post-acute settings. Now in pursuit of an advanced degree as a doctorate prepared, family nurse practitioner at the University of San Francisco. Her specialty areas include bowel and bladder management and continence, functional and cognitive recovery for independent living, nutrition and fitness for aging populations.

Christine Cave's Continuing Education Courses

Continence Care Part 1: Introduction for Practice Improvement

Continence Care Part 1: Introduction for Practice Improvement

This course provides an overview of the evidence-based approach used to improve bowel and bladder management in rehabilitation settings. This is the first of a five-course series and will identify the fundamental components needed to improve… Read Morearrow_right

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Continence Care Part 2: Evidence Based Bladder Assessment

Continence Care Part 2: Evidence Based Bladder Assessment

This course introduces the methods for rehabilitation nurses to begin focused assessments of bladder function by first describing the normal physiology of micturition. The pathophysiology of urinary dysfunction will then be discussed with… Read Morearrow_right

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Continence Care Part 3: Evidence Based Bowel Assessment

Continence Care Part 3: Evidence Based Bowel Assessment

This course introduces the methods for rehabilitation nurses to begin focused assessments of bowel function by first describing the normal physiology of digestion, absorption and defecation. The pathophysiology of bowel dysfunction will… Read Morearrow_right

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Continence Care Part 4: Management of Urinary Dysfunction

Continence Care Part 4: Management of Urinary Dysfunction

After completing a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s bladder function and capturing episodes of voiding patterns for at least 48 hours, the rehabilitation nurse can initiate interventions to address the predominant symptom of either… Read Morearrow_right

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Continence Care Part 5: Management of Bowel Dysfunction

Continence Care Part 5: Management of Bowel Dysfunction

After completing a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s bowel function and capturing at least 3 to 7 days of bowel patterns, the rehabilitation nurse can initiate interventions to address the predominant symptom of either constipation… Read Morearrow_right

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