When it comes to bathing in your facility, think there’s no other choice but to persist with a resident who is utterly distraught over the idea of bathing? Think again. Learn a new way to apply the "culture-change" model to bathing the elderly in this 1-hour presentation with renowned nurse Joanne Rader. Using her own ground-breaking research on bathing without a battle, she'll reveal the pitfalls of task-driven care dictated by routines and offer innovative alternatives -- that get nursing management involved. Even better, you can apply the key points of this audioconference to all ADL care and other services -- and turn the vaguer concepts of culture change into practical reality.
Here’s a sampling of what you’ll learn:
Who should attend? People in the position to make changes in a long-term care facility's organizational culture: directors of nursing, charge nurses, department heads and administrators.
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Joanne Rader, RN, MN graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing in 1968, and from Oregon Health Sciences University with a Masters in Psychiatric, Mental Health Nursing in 1979. She worked as a clinical specialist in mental health nursing in nursing homes for 27 years, in addition to being an Associate Professor at Oregon Health Sciences University, School of Nursing for 20 years. She...
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