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Advances in the Treatment of HIV Infection -Describe key updates to national HIV guidelines for initial treatment, use of co-formulations, monitoring treatment responses, and switching antiretroviral therapies. Differentiate the effectiveness of treatment options in HIV and their role in optimizing efficacy, safety, and adherence in HIV-infected patients. 1.0 Free CEUs  

Bipolar Depression Case Series: The Art and Science of Clinical Management– Utilize evidence-based measurement tools for assessment and monitoring of treatment for patients with bipolar depression. Evaluate and monitor patients regularly for metabolic measures in bipolar depression. Select evidence-based treatment regimens that consider efficacy, safety, long-term data, and the unique characteristics of patients with bipolar depression.   1.5 Free CEUs  

TBI Child Focus Series: What Happens When a Child is Injured?-Review normal infant development, causes/impairments of TBI for infants. Review normal toddler development (12-36 months). Review normal 4-5 year old development. Review normal elementary aged child development and causes/effects of TBI for 6-11 year olds. 1.0 Free CEUs  

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NEW!   Patient-Centered Care for the Patient with Multiple Sclerosis: The Role of the Case Manager -Define how the decline in QoL in MS patients impacts productivity. Determine the issues that complicate and interrupt early diagnosis, treatment, and medication adherence. Review current understanding of the treatment and symptom management of MS through case scenarios. Formulate effective, personalized management strategies for improving outcomes and QoL for patients with MS. 1.0 Free CEUs   Link to Post-test & Eval

 

Successful Management of the Home Tube Feeding Patient– This program is a discussion of the management of the home tube feeding patient. We will examine initiating tube feeds in the home, as well as potential complications. List at least 2 criteria for home enteral nutrition. List at least 2 potential complications of home enteral nutrition. Provide management suggestions for at least 1 complication that can be performed by the home enteral patient or caregiver.    1.0 Free CEUs  

LEAN BODY MASS: NAVIGATING THE IMPACT OF HOSPITALIZATION ON RECOVERY AND HEALTH OUTCOMES– Describe the impact and consequences of the loss of lean body mass during/after the hospital stay. Define clinical and functional indicators of the loss of lean body mass. Identify the relationship between loss of muscle function and hospital re-admissions. Explain ways to maintain or improve essential lean body mass.  1.5 Free CEUs  (+RD)  

Remission in MDD: What Does the Future Hold for Clinicians and Patients?-Assess symptom severity with a validated tool at each visit. Initiate an evidence-based treatment plan that involves patient participation to address residual symptoms of depression. Develop a long-term treatment plan with the patient focused on sustained remission and recovery. 1.5 Free CEUs

YOUR COLLABORATIVE ROLE IN REDUCING READMISSIONSReview the changes to healthcare delivery driven by never events, CMS/government legislation, and profitability challenges. Discuss the need for multidisciplinary collaboration in evidence-based nutrition protocol intervention. Demonstrate how the clinician can impact a patient’s care plan, throughout the continuum of care, to reduce hospital readmissions.   1.0 Free CEUs

Diabetes and Fall Risk: Special Considerations in Improving Quality of Life for Older Adults– Identify the problem: review demographics of diabetes and falls in older adults.  Discuss the medical and psychosocial complications of diabetes. Review evidenced based preventive care for older adults. Emphasize the critical importance of ‘geriatric syndrome’ identification and management. Present the literature review of increased risk of falls in people with diabetes. Discuss diabetes management with special considerations for older adults. Discuss fall prevention strategies. Identify partnerships for management of fall risk for people with diabetes: focus on patient self-management.  1.5 Free CEUs  (+SW)

 
 
 

Introduction to Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy ©–  Define reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSDS). Identify the three stages of RSDS and manifestations of each stage. Outline treatment and nursing care priorities for a patient with RSDS. Identify the 6 potential directions for basic and clinical research on new treatment strategies.   2.0 Free CEUs (+RN, SW)

Fall-Related Brain Injury in Older Adults: Focus on Prevention– Discuss the prevalence and incidence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) secondary to falls in older adults. Describe the impact of fall-related TBIs on quality of life, morbidity, and mortality. Describe age-related changes that increase risk for falls/TBI in older adults. Describe the types of traumatic brain injuries that may occur secondary to a fall. Identify common fall related risk factors. Describe methods of identifying signs/symptoms related to TBI. Discuss evidence-based interventions in managing older adults following TBI.   1.75 Free CEUs

Maximizing Patient-Case Manager Communication and Collaboration for ACS Patients: Meeting ACO Performance Targets– Review clinical guidelines for the use of antiplatelet therapies in patients with ACS who are hospitalized, undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention, or being discharged with maintenance therapy. Explain why specific antiplatelet therapies are selected for specific ACS patient subsets. Formulate strategies to facilitate transitions of care, improve discharge communication, ensure patient adherence, and reduce complications and hospital readmissions related to ACS.   1.0 Free CEUs