The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) together with NADONA are offering a trio of webinars designed for senior care pharmacists, nurses and geriatricians on Neurobehavioral Toolkits in Senior Care: Nursing, Psychiatry and Pharmacy.
MDS and Neurobehavioral Diseases
September 16, 2019 from 1-2 pm EST
ASCP Learning Center Link: http://learning.ascp.com/diweb/catalog/item/id/4687593
GoToWebinar Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5780555240973995020
Cindy Fronning RN-BC, CDONA, FAC_DONA, RAC-CT, IP-BC, AS-BC
Director of Education
The National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care (NADONA)
The Treatment and Management of Neurobehavioral Symptoms in Skilled Nursing Centers
September 19, 2019 from 1-2 pm EST
ASCP Learning Center Link: http://learning.ascp.com/diweb/catalog/item/id/4688312
GoToWebinar Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1891598006693460749
Amita Patel, MD, CMD, MHA, CPE
The Approach to Psychoactive Medication Management by Pharmacies and Pharmacists with MDS-RAI 2019
September 26, 2019 from 1-2 pm EST
ASCP Learning Center Link: http://learning.ascp.com/diweb/catalog/item/id/4688322
GoToWebinar Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6446373303267479821
Joseph G. Marek, RPh, BCGP, FASCP
Vice President of Pharmacy Services
CommuniCare Health Services
In order to receive CE for webinars, you must register individually and sign in to the webinar
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Part 1: Essential Components of Effective Insulin Delivery: Devices, Technique and Expert Recommendations
Part 2: Management of Diabetic Emergencies in Acute and Long Term Settings (Previously Managing Hypo/Hyperglycemia)
Ocean Spray #1: Incorporating Antibiotic Stewardship as Part of the Infection Control Program in Long Term Care
Navigating the New Soap Landscape in Healthcare: FDA Final Rule, Science of Soap & Best Practices for Skin Health by GOJO
NADONA’s 33RD ANNUAL CONFERENCE CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
(must be completed to be considered)
The Conference & Event Center Niagara Falls
June 14-17, 2020
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS OCTOBER 1, 2019
We are currently seeking the following topics but are not limited to:
Stress and Stress Management; Stress relief using natural oils to enhance staff and residents’ quality of life; PDPM; New Quality Indicators; Leadership; Retention of Staff; Best Practices; what a DON can do to improve quality scores on CASPER; any topic related to caring for younger patients in LTC/Post-Acute Care; Survey Process: how to answer deficiencies and how to know when to do an informal dispute resolution; Preparing for Retirement; Restorative Nursing; Fall Prevention w/ real-time solutions; how to have active partnerships w/ acute care; Financial Planning Assistance; How to create a strong resume and how to interview for Nurse Leader positions; How to answer plans of correction; Developing staff into Nurse Leaders
Your completed application should include: a professional head shot, your bio, an up to date CV/resume, a description of the program you are submitting, and the time you need to complete the program. We have 60, 75, 90 and 120 minute program times available. All programs will have the ability to show power points, and also a podium mic, or a clip-on mic. If you need any additional AV please list that on your description of the program. We submit all programs to be approved to award both nursing CE and Administrator credits (NAB’s). If you have any questions please call our office at 800.222.0539 or email us at email@example.com.
AS A NADONA MEMBER, YOUR EXPERTISE IS SOUGHT AFTER BY MANY ADVOCACY GROUPS. TOGETHER WE ARE A COLLECTIVE FORCE!
NADONA CONTRIBUTED TO
THE JOINT COMMISSION STANDARD REVIEW PANEL (SRP)
Thank you for participating in the Standard Review Panel (SRP) to develop new Joint Commission pain assessment and management standards in post-acute and long-term care settings. By sharing your expertise and practical insights with us, you have made an important contribution toward our effort to assist frontline staff and clinicians deliver safe, individualized pain care in many post-acute and long-term care organizations that we accredit. Enclosed is the R3 (Requirement, Rationale, Reference) report containing new and revised standards for pain assessment and management for nursing care centers. These updated requirements will become effective on July 1, 2019.
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2019 NADONA CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
PRESIDENT AND TREASURER
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION
SEPTEMBER 31, 2019
5:00 PM EST
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Coming to a Location Near You! Be on the Lookout for NADONA classes in your area!
Watch our Event Calendar for Details and Registration!
Sept. 18 – 20 – North Carolina (NC DONA) Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC
Sept. 25 – 26 – Nurse Leader Certification & Training (CDONA Prep Course), Maine
Oct. 1 – 2 – Infection Prevention Certificate of Mastery Course, Tampa, Florida, Greystone Healthcare Management
Oct. 3 – 4 – Infection Prevention Certificate of Mastery Course, Orlando, Florida, The Rosen Plaza Hotel
Oct. 7 – 8 – Infection Prevention Certificate of Mastery Course, Pompano Beach, Florida, The Court at Palm Aire
Oct. 23 – 25 – Michigan (MiNADONA) Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Nov. 14 – 15 – Nurse Leader Certification & Training (CDONA Prep Course), Little Rock, Arkansas
Nov. 18 – 20 – Care Providers Convention – Prior Lake, MN
Keep informed with the latest infection prevention information!
New Antibiotic Stewardship
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Targeting Older Poplulations to Improve Influenza Outcomes
New Online Program developed in collaboration with The Gerontological Society of America
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