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Managing Delirium in the Critically Ill 10-30-14
10/30/2014

Presenter: April Kalic, RN, BSN, LifeCare Hospitals

When: Thursday, October 30, 2014 Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. CT

Cost: Free

This program provides information to healthcare staff working with patients in the intensive care unit an understanding of delirium, methods for identifying risk factors, and common barriers for early recognition. At the conclusion of the program the learner should be able to describe symptoms, potential causes and possible clinical consequences of delirium in the critically ill, and discuss nursing implications associated with pharmacological and nonpharmacologic methods of prevention and management. 

The program provides a 1-hour CE credit from the Commission for Case Manager Certification Activity code: W0002358 Approval Number: 20138678 and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Synergy CERP Category A, File Number 00018632.  National Association of Social Workers approval is pending.

 

**Individual participation/login is required for credit unless you are attending a hosted webinar by a LifeCare employee.

**As a reminder, a full hour of webinar participation is mandatory by CCMC, NASW and AACN to receive a continuing education certificate. You are required to view the webinar from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. CT to receive full credit.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the webinar. For registration assistance, please contact Danielle Peterson at 469-241-5138 or Danielle.Peterson@lifecare-hospitals.com.

 

To register please click here:  http://www.jotform.us/form/42366138225150

Or submit email to LifeCare.Webinars@lifecare-hospitals.com.  Remember to specify Program date and Time you plan to attend.

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