CE Available for Nurses, Social Workers, Nursing Home Administrators, and pharmacotherapeutics (RX)
We hand selected 12 of our most popular webinars from 2020.
Sessions for NHA CE:
Age Friendly Health Systems
John Morley, MD, Professor Geriatrics, St. Louis University Medical School
This session will address recognizing and managing geriatric syndromes. The 4M framework will be included to ascertain specific health outcome goals and care preferences.
Preserving Integrity in Turbulent Times
Cynda Ruston, PhD, RN, FAAN, Anne & George L. Bunting Professor of Clinical Ethics, German Institute of Bioethics/School of Nursing, Professor of Nursing & Pediatrics, John Hopkins University
Listen to a recognized and international leader in nursing ethics, from John Hopkins University. This session will focus on selected sources of moral suffering, consequences of moral suffering, and offers a pathway of moral resilience by restoring integrity.
Medication Considerations in the Elderly During the COVID-Pandemic
Curt Wood, R.PD., BCGP, FASP, Elder Care Pharmacy Consultant, LLC
Medication usage is even more critical in a pandemic as many long-term care communities are experiencing outbreaks of the virus. Ideas on gradual dose reduction and managing chronic diseases will be discussed.
Resiliency: Using Gratitude to Thrive Through Adversity
T.J. Sweet, MHA, Practice Manager, Ellis Administration, University of Missouri Hospital, Columbia
Learn how to use strategies to validate feelings and practical ways to support colleagues when exposed to high stress levels in uncertain times. Learn to thrive despite adversity and maintain a resilient mindset using gratitude.
Reducing Meds – The When, What and How to Minimize Adverse Outcomes
Craig Sever, BS, R.Ph., Clinical Coordinator Eversprings Pharmacy, St. Louis, Missouri
The speaker will provide insight on how to pharmacologically assess the most reducible meds and develop an appropriate reduction strategy for older adults.