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Celebrate Back To School With New WOC Courses

Posted By Kristin Petty, Monday, September 16, 2019
Updated: Monday, September 16, 2019

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To celebrate the new school year, the WOCN® Society launched a new continuing education course every day for five days.

As a WOCN Society membership benefit, all members have free access to continuing education courses. If you are a member and know a non-member who would benefit from this discount, please forward this information to them.


Monday, September 16

When the Bladder Does Not Work
Speaker:
Eric Rovner, MD
Contact Hours:
0.99
Pharmacology Credits:
0.09
This session will cover the evaluation and treatment of urinary retention, especially in the female, with emphasis on neurogenic bladder. Urinary retention is a poorly understood condition. Though the causation is generally attributed to either bladder or bladder outlet dysfunction, and an accurate diagnosis is often straightforward, it remains an under diagnosed condition. Treatment is dependent on the underlying causation. Often felt by the medical community to be extraordinarily complex, this session will outline a straight forward approach to the diagnosis and treatment options for the condition.

Tuesday, September 17
Of All the Nerve: Skin and Wound Issues in Neurological Disorders
Speaker:
Janice Beitz, PhD, RN, CS, CNOR, CWOCN-AP, CRNP, APNC, ANEF, FAAN
Contact Hours:
0.94
Pharmacology Credits:
0.21
Because of its relationship with the peripheral, autonomic and central nervous systems, the skin constitutes a neuro-immuno-endocrine organ. Disorders affecting the nervous system directly or secondarily by infection or metabolic disturbances may manifest in the skin. This session will describe four disorders affecting the nervous system with cutaneous manifestations: Diabetes Mellitus, Neurofibromatosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and Syphilis. Pharmacological implications are emphasized.

Wednesday, September 18
Protecting Your Present and Future: Legal Issues, Being a Witness, EMR Documentation
Speaker:
Edward Beitz, Esquire, and Debra Weinrich, RN, Esquire
Contact Hours:
1.39
Errors and omissions in medical documentation can lead to problems in the delivery of medical care, but they can also lead to problems in defending subsequent litigation even when the care itself was properly rendered. This presentation will identify common documentation errors and omissions that are commonly seized upon by plaintiffs attorneys in litigation, strategies to avoid them, and how to deal with any documentation problems in deposition.

Thursday, September 19
Medical Device Related Pressure Injuries: What We Know Today Can Improve the Future
Speaker:
Barbara Delmore, PhD, RN, CWCN, MAPWCA, IIWCC-NYU
Contact Hours:
1.03
Pressure injuries from devices have become a great concern to clinicians as they are challenged with determining strategies to prevent their occurrence. This session will provide the historical perspective for this concern, what it means in today’s practice, and what are the strategies we need to consider to avoid them in the future.

Friday, September 20
Urinary and Fecal Incontinence Assessment and Management in Pediatric Population
Speaker:
Jennifer Beall, PPCNP-BC, and Jessica Lawson, RN, BSN, CWOCN
Contact Hours:
0.87
Pharmacology Credits:
0.22
This session will attempt to describe types of fecal incontinence, causes of fecal incontinence, treatment methods/medications for fecal incontinence, as well as the impact of fecal incontinence on the child and family. We will also be discussing the 3 major types of urinary incontinence in the pediatric population including their clinical presentation, assessment and management including pharm logical and non-pharm logical treatments.

Tags:  CE credits  CEC  continence  education  pharmacy  wound 

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Kara D. Mrnak says...
Posted Wednesday, September 18, 2019
I can only get into the Mon day back to school education. Help?
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