Wound and Ostomy Care: Basics and Troubleshooting Online Continuous Course, This is an Online Continuing Education Course, Tuesday, 22. January 2019

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Wound and Ostomy Care: Basics and Troubleshooting Online Continuous Course developed by Catherine Clarey-Sanford, PhD, RN, CWOCN. Dr. Clarey-Sanford is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at the Michigan State University College of Nursing, and certified in Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing from Cleveland Clinic for more than twenty years. In her professional roles, she has been providing care and educating future and current nurses for nearly 40 years. Since 2014, she has served as the Wound, Ostomy; Continence Nurse is at Lakeland HealthCare, St Joseph, MI. At Michigan State University, Dr. Clarey-Sanford teaches undergraduate students in Leadership, Health Promotion, and Public Health, in addition to providing educational offerings related to wound and ostomy care. She has published widely on the topic of wound and ostomy care, and presents at local and national conferences disseminating her work.  Dr. Clarey-Sanford earned a PhD in Nursing from Loyola University, a Master of Science in Nursing Education from Grand Valley State University, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Michigan- Flint, and a Diploma in Nursing from Henry Ford Hospital School of Nursing.
This online offering serves the goal of improving nurse’s basic assessment knowledge related to wound and ostomies; and to improve awareness of appropriate interventions and products used on patients in practice, including referral to a WOCN, potentially.
The learner outcome of this offering is:
RNs will accurately assess wounds/ostomies and identify appropriate topical wound care or pouching regimes to promote wound/ostomy healing in their facility/practice.
At the conclusion of the online offering, the learner will be able to:
1. Describe the tissue treatment pathways of DIME (Debridement/Devitalized Tissue, Infection or Inflammation, Moisture Balance, and Edge of Wound Preparation) 2. Select appropriate topical wound management based on wound characteristics3. Discuss three types of incontinent diversion stoma characteristics4. Identify the correct skin care/pouching regime for three peristomal skin conditons
This program complies with the requirement for continuing nursing education (CNE) and provides 1.12 contact hours. The learning activity will be available to learners for 3 years, until 2021. There is no conflict of interest for anyone with the ability to control content for this activity. Successful completion criteria for CNE includes an engagement with the required content, 80% or better pass rate on the course quiz, and a completed evaluation.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For questions about the event or general registration questions, please contact us at 517-355-3393, or toll free  at 800-500-1554, option 3. You may also email ***..
 What's the refund policy?
Reminder: Refunds available 30 days from date of purchase. No refunds after 30 days from date of   purchase.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
No, this registration fee or ticket is not transferable.

Wound and Ostomy Care: Basics and Troubleshooting Online Continuous Course

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