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It’s no secret that as we age our bodies become more fragile and the ability to heal is prolonged. That’s why falls and infections cause great concerns. One event can have significant effects that lead to rapidly declined health, extended hospital stays, and extreme financial and emotional implications for patients and their families.

But that’s not all… assumptions tied to high reports of infections and falls can be detrimental to a care facility — economically and psychologically.

In this self–paced online course, sought–after presenter Jennifer Cellar, MSN, APRN, CPN, and award winning expert William Inman, BA-BS, CIC, will guide you step-by-step through evidence-based interventions and prevention strategies you can implement into your practice TODAY!

Walk away with realistic, efficient, and effective algorithms to address falls, understand when to use an influenza vaccine, overuse of antibiotics and its implications, and practical solutions to a variety of “what if” infectious disease scenarios.

Part 1:
Fall Prevention Challenges
  • Which fall prevention interventions are effective – and which are not?
  • Tips to effectively manage your high risk & challenging patients
  • The must-have tools for an effective multidisciplinary fall prevention program
  • Identify risk: The latest guidelines for fall risk assessments
  • New technology available to prevent falls and limit injury
  • Comprehensive patient evaluations following a fall

 

 

Part 2:
Infection Control Challenges
  • Strategies to control, reduce and eliminate infections
  • Latest multi-drug resistant microorganism guidelines
  • When and when not to treat influenza
  • Vaccination recommendations
  • Emerging infectious diseases
  • Must-knows for bloodborne pathogens and tuberculosis

 

 

Plus, when you register today, you will get these additional bonuses — Valued at Over $50:
Laboratory Tests Made Easy: A Plain English Approach, Second Edition (PDF Download)
This best-selling reference book provides both the “need to know” information, as well as the more in-depth “nice to know” details relevant to your patient’s lab results. In this Second Edition you will find plain English summaries, pertinent case studies, and easy to read diagrams and tables. This fully revised and updated book puts the information right at the fingertips of any medical professional at any experience level. Laboratory Tests Made Easy is a must for your professional library.
TOP 10 Geriatric Syndromes (PDF Download)
This book will present many of the expected changes caused by normal aging and the Top Ten Geriatric Syndromes elders experience. These syndromes are a cascade of problems in an elder’s health and revolve around vision and hearing problems, elimination issues, dizziness, falls, and cognitive impairment including delirium as well as dementia (such as Alzheimer’s disease). For these reasons, providing healthcare for older individuals with Geriatric Syndromes can be complicated due to elders’ multiple conditions or diagnoses i.e. (hypertension and diabetes and arthritis) and multiple medication usage by many in this age group.

In addition to providing a guide to care that is concise and in an easy to utilize format of treatment strategies; the author discusses the differing presentations of illnesses in elders and encourages the utilization of strategies which are age-appropriate.

Topics include: Falls, Sleep , Pain, Eating problems, Confusion (dementia/depression) , Incontinence, Anxiety, Living abilities (Activities of Daily Living-ADLs), Skin Integrity Issues and Elimination Issues.

Aging Patients:

Would you like to receive  Jennifer Cellar & William Barry Inman - Aging Patients ?

Nurses like you rave about the teaching style of our experts:
Jennifer Cellar, MSN, APRN, CNP, currently practices as a nurse practitioner in Rhode Island, providing care to an adult/ geriatric population in a skilled nursing facility. Her expertise caring for high risk fall patients has provided her with insights to develop clinically-applicable and effective interventions for even the most difficult clinical scenarios. Additionally, she has gained valuable experiences as a provider working in diverse settings throughout her career, from acute care to sub-acute and long-term care. Jenny has had the opportunity to work at several prestigious institutions, including Yale New Haven Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital; she is currently affiliated with Brown University as a Teaching Associate in Medicine. As a sought-after presenter for interdisciplinary healthcare audiences around the country, Jenny draws from her vast knowledge on a variety of topics, including: fall prevention, transitional care and quality improvement.

William “Barry” Inman, BA-BS, CIC, has 31 years of experience as an epidemiologist. He works for the Brevard County Health Department in Merritt Island, Florida. He is responsible for the development and implementation of surveillance and investigation of all communicable diseases. Additionally, he is a faculty member for Brevard Community College and the University of Central Florida teaching classes on infection control. Barry has completed advanced training in bio-terrorism through the Department of Health in Florida, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and the United States Army Institute of Research for Infectious Diseases. Barry has also received training in various communicable diseases and disease outbreak investigations.

Because of his extensive experience and education, he has assisted the CDC and Quarantine Service with the investigation of outbreaks on cruise ships for legionella, rubella, measles, norovirus and MRSA. He has done communicable disease investigations in long-term care facilities, hospitals, cruise ships, nursing homes and day-care facilities. Barry has developed infection control programs for hospitals, long-term care facilities, rehab centers, health departments and others. After Hurricane Katrina, he was part of the CDC team that developed an epidemiology/surveillance program for disaster response.

Learning that Fits YOUR Schedule:

View any of the video modules online at your convenience. You will have unlimited access to the videos online, and you can download everything for future reference! Plus, use the CE21 Mobile™ app to access the course content on-the-go, wherever and whenever you want on your mobile devices. 

Interact and collaborate with other professionals in the online community through chat boards and online forums. Participants love sharing ideas, asking questions and networking with peers!

 Complete your CE tests online at the completion of each module, with instant access to your CE certificates – earn up to 12.3 CE hours.

 Jennifer Cellar & William Barry Inman - Aging Patients

/images/uploaded/1019/Jennifer Cellar & William Barry Inman - Aging Patients.jpg

It’s no secret that as we age our bodies become more fragile and the ability to heal is prolonged. That’s why falls and infections cause great concerns. One event can have significant effects that lead to rapidly declined health, extended hospital stays, and extreme financial and emotional implications for patients and their families.

But that’s not all… assumptions tied to high reports of infections and falls can be detrimental to a care facility — economically and psychologically.

In this self–paced online course, sought–after presenter Jennifer Cellar, MSN, APRN, CPN, and award winning expert William Inman, BA-BS, CIC, will guide you step-by-step through evidence-based interventions and prevention strategies you can implement into your practice TODAY!

Walk away with realistic, efficient, and effective algorithms to address falls, understand when to use an influenza vaccine, overuse of antibiotics and its implications, and practical solutions to a variety of “what if” infectious disease scenarios.

Part 1:
Fall Prevention Challenges
  • Which fall prevention interventions are effective – and which are not?
  • Tips to effectively manage your high risk & challenging patients
  • The must-have tools for an effective multidisciplinary fall prevention program
  • Identify risk: The latest guidelines for fall risk assessments
  • New technology available to prevent falls and limit injury
  • Comprehensive patient evaluations following a fall

 

 

Part 2:
Infection Control Challenges
  • Strategies to control, reduce and eliminate infections
  • Latest multi-drug resistant microorganism guidelines
  • When and when not to treat influenza
  • Vaccination recommendations
  • Emerging infectious diseases
  • Must-knows for bloodborne pathogens and tuberculosis

 

 

Plus, when you register today, you will get these additional bonuses — Valued at Over $50:
Laboratory Tests Made Easy: A Plain English Approach, Second Edition (PDF Download)
This best-selling reference book provides both the “need to know” information, as well as the more in-depth “nice to know” details relevant to your patient’s lab results. In this Second Edition you will find plain English summaries, pertinent case studies, and easy to read diagrams and tables. This fully revised and updated book puts the information right at the fingertips of any medical professional at any experience level. Laboratory Tests Made Easy is a must for your professional library.
TOP 10 Geriatric Syndromes (PDF Download)
This book will present many of the expected changes caused by normal aging and the Top Ten Geriatric Syndromes elders experience. These syndromes are a cascade of problems in an elder’s health and revolve around vision and hearing problems, elimination issues, dizziness, falls, and cognitive impairment including delirium as well as dementia (such as Alzheimer’s disease). For these reasons, providing healthcare for older individuals with Geriatric Syndromes can be complicated due to elders’ multiple conditions or diagnoses i.e. (hypertension and diabetes and arthritis) and multiple medication usage by many in this age group.

In addition to providing a guide to care that is concise and in an easy to utilize format of treatment strategies; the author discusses the differing presentations of illnesses in elders and encourages the utilization of strategies which are age-appropriate.

Topics include: Falls, Sleep , Pain, Eating problems, Confusion (dementia/depression) , Incontinence, Anxiety, Living abilities (Activities of Daily Living-ADLs), Skin Integrity Issues and Elimination Issues.

Aging Patients:

Would you like to receive  Jennifer Cellar & William Barry Inman - Aging Patients ?

Nurses like you rave about the teaching style of our experts:
Jennifer Cellar, MSN, APRN, CNP, currently practices as a nurse practitioner in Rhode Island, providing care to an adult/ geriatric population in a skilled nursing facility. Her expertise caring for high risk fall patients has provided her with insights to develop clinically-applicable and effective interventions for even the most difficult clinical scenarios. Additionally, she has gained valuable experiences as a provider working in diverse settings throughout her career, from acute care to sub-acute and long-term care. Jenny has had the opportunity to work at several prestigious institutions, including Yale New Haven Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital; she is currently affiliated with Brown University as a Teaching Associate in Medicine. As a sought-after presenter for interdisciplinary healthcare audiences around the country, Jenny draws from her vast knowledge on a variety of topics, including: fall prevention, transitional care and quality improvement.

William “Barry” Inman, BA-BS, CIC, has 31 years of experience as an epidemiologist. He works for the Brevard County Health Department in Merritt Island, Florida. He is responsible for the development and implementation of surveillance and investigation of all communicable diseases. Additionally, he is a faculty member for Brevard Community College and the University of Central Florida teaching classes on infection control. Barry has completed advanced training in bio-terrorism through the Department of Health in Florida, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and the United States Army Institute of Research for Infectious Diseases. Barry has also received training in various communicable diseases and disease outbreak investigations.

Because of his extensive experience and education, he has assisted the CDC and Quarantine Service with the investigation of outbreaks on cruise ships for legionella, rubella, measles, norovirus and MRSA. He has done communicable disease investigations in long-term care facilities, hospitals, cruise ships, nursing homes and day-care facilities. Barry has developed infection control programs for hospitals, long-term care facilities, rehab centers, health departments and others. After Hurricane Katrina, he was part of the CDC team that developed an epidemiology/surveillance program for disaster response.

Learning that Fits YOUR Schedule:

View any of the video modules online at your convenience. You will have unlimited access to the videos online, and you can download everything for future reference! Plus, use the CE21 Mobile™ app to access the course content on-the-go, wherever and whenever you want on your mobile devices. 

Interact and collaborate with other professionals in the online community through chat boards and online forums. Participants love sharing ideas, asking questions and networking with peers!

 Complete your CE tests online at the completion of each module, with instant access to your CE certificates – earn up to 12.3 CE hours.