Presenter, Jeri Lundgren, provides innovative approaches to care for elders. She can assist healthcare providers with the ever changing complex regulatory and reimbursement requirements and specializes in services including falls management, pressure ulcer and wound management, QAPI programs, infection prevention and control training services. Ms. Lundgren has also worked with the national QIO-QIN to research promoting safe transitions of care and creating a safe environment.
Session 1: January 17 | Utilizing the QAPI Process to Implement a Falls Management Program
- Identify programs and interventions helped to reduce fall risks
- Describe how to implement a falls prevention program
- Discuss considerations upon admission to reduce the risks of falls
Session 2: February 21 | Fall Prevention and Management
- Identify exercises that help your residents maintain or improve their balance, agility, strength, and endurance to prevent falls.
- Recognize environmental factors that will promote safe mobility
- Describe how wellness rounds can promote a proactive approach to preventing falls
Session 3: March 21 | How to Perform a Falls Investigation
- Discuss how the location of the fall can help identify physical impairments that may have contributed to the fall
- Describe key components to consider when investigating a fall
- Identify interventions based on the fall investigation
Session 4: April 18 | Safe Transitions of Care
- Identify key information to obtain prior to admission to help facilitate proper equipment and interventions are in place upon admission
- Discuss care approaches for the first 24 to 72 hours to promote safety and continuity of care
- Describe key information to provide the next care setting on both an emergent and planned discharge to ensure continuity of care and reduce risk
Continuing education is available for nursing home administrators and social workers and contact hours are available for nursing.
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