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Dementia care is challenging. The purpose of these sessions is to recognize that individuals living with dementia are seeking to meet needs, find value and meaning, and live life in the context of ever-changing abilities while living in demanding...
This presentation explores the care of two common problems encountered by the nursing home resident - urinary incontinence and constipation. The presenter will highlight behavioral (or non-pharmacological) approaches in management, primarily...
This session will review the principles of academic detailing as an effective tool for improving clinical decision making within the long term care setting. It will examine case studies of organizations which have performed academic detailing in...
This presentation will address how our present system of health care has demonstrated significant variation in quality and cost of health care among the frail older adults. With a better understanding of this variation in health care, learners will...
In the post-acute and long-term care (PA/LTC) setting a primary goal of identifying acute change of conditions (ACOC) is to enable staff to evaluate and manage a patient at the facility and avoid the transfer to a hospital or emergency room. To...
This session will review the positive outcomes of an effective advance care planning program across the long-term care continuum that leverages innovative and nationally recognized tools and resources. Participants will be able to employ new...
This session will identify key components of an effective patient safety program in long-term and post-acute care, both generally and specifically for medical directors and the interdisciplinary team. It will discuss the use of trigger tools and...
Weight has emerged as a principal screening and monitoring indicator in post-acute and long-term care (PA/LTC) because it is easy to measure and the measurement is reasonably accurate and reproducible, noninvasive, acceptable to most patients, and...
Anemia is common in the post-acute and long-term care (PA/LTC) setting, with a prevalence ranging from 34 - 60%, increasing with each decade of life over age 70. Anemia often goes unevaluated or is inadequately evaluated in the frail elderly...
Anemia is a common problem in the post-acute and long-term care setting (PA/LTC) and can be associated with increased morbidity and reduced quality of life. Anemia is associated with increased disability, decreased physical performance, decreased...