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If you could access essential health information electronically from any participating site of care, send and receive standard documents for consultation, evaluation in the emergency department (ED), and transfer to a patient-centered medical home (...
Constipation and diarrhea are common problems in the post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) setting. Up to 80% of patients are affected. Chronic constipation has been shown to affect both overall psychological well being and quality of life. Diarrhea...
This package includes the COPD Management Clinical Practice Guideline, and the COPD Management Pocket Guide. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is currently the third leading cause of death in the United States. COPD caused an estimated...
NEW Teaching Slides! COPD Management in the PALTC Setting Teaching for CNAs The CNA Teaching Slides reviews the important role of the CNA in observing the COPD patient and how to be aware of ways to maximize activity and exercise tolerance in...
NEW Teaching Slides! COPD Management in the PALTC Setting Teaching for the IDT The IDT Teaching Slides provides a quick reference to the recognition, assessment, treatment, and monitoring of COPD, with information adapted from the GOLD 2019...
The COPD Management Pocket Guide provides a quick reference to the recognition, assessment, treatment, and monitoring of COPD, with information adapted from the GOLD initiative for chronic obstructive lung disease. The pocket guide also includes an...
This CPG offers a structured approach to the recognition, assessment, treatment, and monitoring of dehydration and fluid and electrolyte imbalances and acknowledges the ethical implications of this condition for patients, their families, and the...
This interactive session will explore the use of behavioral interventions for different types of BPSD (Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia) through video vignettes. Participants will also engage in a simulated IDT (Interdisciplinary...
Dementia, a disorder characterized by progressive decline in multiple areas of cognitive function, causes a range of cognitive, mood, behavioral, and functional impairments. Optimal management of dementia involves the entire interdisciplinary team,...
Intimacy and sexuality are normal components of adult functioning and do not necessarily decline simply due to advancing age or living situation, but can be adversely impacted legally, clinically, and ethically by the presence of a dementing illness...