Accreditation This activity will provide 15.0 contact hours. This continuing education activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Approval valid through 01/12/2016. Assigned ONA # 16987. Please call Margaret Crummel, Medical Education Coordinator at 616.242.0476 for more information about contact hours. Registration Form The deadline for registration is Thursday, March 20, 2014. Please copy this form, print your information, enclose your check payable to Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital and mail to: Margaret Crummel Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital 235 Wealthy Street SE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 PLANNING COMMITTEE Margaret Crummel, BS, CCMEP Medical Education Coordinator Pat Ford, RN, BSN Nurse Educator Linda Page, BSN, MHA, NE-BC Director of Nursing Services Bonita M. Pawloski M.Ed.,R.T.(R)(T) Director of Education DISCLOSURE POLICY Name ______________________________________________ E-mail ______________________________________________ Credentials: RN Other ______________________________ All faculty and planning committee members participating in sponsored activities and/or their spouses or partners are required to disclose to the symposium audience any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest related to the content of this activity. DISCLOSURES Planning Committee members have no relevant conflict of interest to disclose. Home Address _______________________________________ FACULTY ___________________________________________________ City _____________________________________State ______ Zip ________________________________________________ Phone: (work) ________________________________________ Betty Clark, RN, BSN, MEd, CRRN has no relevant conflict of interest to disclose. SPECIAL NEEDS The sponsors of the course are fully committed to accommodating the special needs of participants and will do everything possible for requests made seven days in advance of the start date to 616.242.0476. Accommodations or special needs requested after that timeframe cannot be guaranteed. (home) _____________________ (cell) ___________________ Registration Confirmation Registration confirmation will be sent via e-mail which will also be your receipt. Contact Margaret Crummel at 616.242.0476 if you do not receive confirmation. 800.528.8989 235 Wealthy Street SE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 maryfreebed.com storiesthatmoveyou.com ME100.01.14 Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN) Exam Preparation Course Friday, March 28 & Saturday, March 29, 2014 Overview and Objectives Agenda This course will help nurses prepare for the Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN) exam. Nurses new to rehabilitation nursing can also take the course to become more knowledgeable about the principles of rehabilitation and the nursing care that rehabilitation patients require. This course provides in-depth coverage of topics critical to the practice of rehabilitation nursing. Friday, March 28 Only licensed RNs may the take the CRRN exam. In addition, the RN must have been employed as a rehabilitation nurse for at least two years within the past five-year period, or have been employed as a rehabilitation nurse for at least one year within the past five years and completed at least one year of advanced training (beyond a baccalaureate degree) in the field of rehabilitation nursing. 10-10:15 am: Break Upon completion, participants will be able to: • Identify models and theories as they apply to standards of care in order to plan, implement and evaluate nursing practice • Discuss the functional health patterns related to anatomy, physiology, assessment and intervention for chronic illness, injury and disability • Describe the functions of the rehabilitation team members, including case managers and how they prepare the patient/family for community re-entry • Integrate the knowledge of ethical, economic, legislative and legal issues into nursing practice in order to advocate for rehabilitation patients Presentor Betty Clark, RN, BSN, MEd, CRRN Betty Clark Educational Services Ms. Clark has been a nurse for more than 35 years; most of her experience is in neurology and rehabilitation. She has developed and presented more than 15 rehabilitation specific courses in the past five years and has been teaching CRRN review courses since 1989. 7:15-8:15 am: Registration and Breakfast 12:25-1:25pm: Lunch 8:15-8:25 am: Introduction and Overview 1:25-1:50 pm: Explain the Pediatric Rehabilitation Considerations of Children, from Toddlers to Adolescents 8:25-8:55 am: Describe Rehabilitation Theoretical Models 8:55-10 am: Perform a Review of Systems Assessment on the Rehabilitation Patient to Determine the Plan of Care 10:15 am-12:15 pm: Perform a Review of Systems Assessment… (continued) 12:15-1:15 pm: Lunch 1:50-2:20 pm: Explain the Geriatric Considerations of an Elderly Rehabilitation Patient 2:20-2:30 pm: Discuss the Co-morbidity Diagnoses Seen in Rehabilitation Settings 2:30-2:50 pm: Describe the Strategies Used for Patient/ Family Education Throughout the Rehabilitation Process 1:15-1:45 pm: Explain the Psychosocial Impact on the Rehabilitation Patient/Family 2:50-3:20 pm: Use the Concepts of a Rehabilitation Interdisciplinary Team to Achieve the Patient’s Highest Level of Independence 1:45-2:05 pm: Discuss the Safety Needs of a Rehabilitation Patient Preparing for Home Discharge 3:20-3:35 pm: Break 2:05-2:20 pm: Break 2:20-2:35 pm: Evaluate Other Issues Related to Rehabilitation 2:35-3:20 pm: Describe Appropriate Pain Management for Rehabilitation Patients 3:20-5:20 pm: Explain the Neuroanatomy of the Central Nervous System Saturday, March 29 7:30 am: Breakfast 8-8:10 am: Use the Nursing Process to Promote the Rehabilitation Patient’s Perceptual Patterns 8:10-9:10 am: Develop a Plan of Care for a Patient Who Had a Stroke 9:10-10:10 am: Develop a Plan of Care for a Patient After a Traumatic Brain Injury. 10:10-10:25 am: Break 10:25-10:55 am: Develop a Plan of Care for a Patient with Multiple Sclerosis 10:55-11:55 am: Develop a Plan of Care for a Patient with a Spinal Cord Injury 11:55 am-12:25 pm: Develop a Plan of Care for a Patient with Parkinson’s Disease 3:35-4:05 pm: Explain the Process of Care Management that Promotes Return to the Community 4:05-4:35 pm: Describe the Ethical and Legal Considerations of Rehabilitation Management 4:35-4:55 pm: Explain the Economics of the Rehabilitation Healthcare Payment System 4:55-5:05 pm: Written Evaluation Location Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital 2nd Floor Conference Room 235 Wealthy Street SE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Tuition Mary Free Bed Employees: $200 Network Members: $250 Other: $300 Tuition includes conference materials, parking, continental breakfast and lunch. Cancellation Policy Tuition is refundable (less a 25% handling fee) if registration is cancelled in writing at least seven days prior to the beginning of the course.
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