Continence management for Case Managers:
This presentation will review continence management principles and discuss assessment techniques hands on providers are doing. In addition, complications from lack of proper continence management will be examined along with best practices to improve care. Information on hospitalizations and other costs associated with poor management will be reviewed.
Talking about incontinence: A Hands on Guide for Case Managers
This presentation will give you needed guidance as to how to talk to people about their issues and give sound advice to improve this condition. Useful techniques and practical examples will help both clinicians and non-clinicians. Troubleshooting methods will also be discussed.
Incontinence Associated Dermatitis:
Incontinence associated dermatitis will be defined and discussed in terms of skin damage, patient experiences, treatment costs and techniques to manage and prevent further damage. Update guidelines for skin management will be included. This is appropriate for licensed clinicians.
CE Information: each course is approved for 1 Continuing Education credit* for CCM Certification and will be emailed within 1 week of receipt of the course evaluation.
*Programs have been approved by The Commission for Case Management Certification for approval to provide board certified case managers with 1 contact hour.
The commission for Case Manager Certification only grants CEs for Board Certified case managers. To obtain any other professional type of CEs, please contact the appropriate state licensing/ certifying board.