JULY LIVE VIRTUAL WEBINAR
The Difficult Discharge: How to Navigate
Elders with dementia and agitation have an average length of stay at the hospital of 60 days, many facilities refuse anyone who is on anti-psychotics, or narcotics,or have “bad behavior”. This course will teach you step by step approach to finding a safe, supportive discharge.
About Your Presenter
Dr Liz is a triple board-certified Geriatrician, she’s served as assistant professor of medicine for UCSF, provides housecalls at ElderConsult in the SF Bay Area and online education, training, and telehealth at DrLizGeriatrics.com. More here.
Presentation Learning Objectives
- What are the major obstacles to discharge
- What elements of care are crucial to support the patient at time of discharge
- What team members are needed to successfully transition elders with behavioral symptoms to community care
- Course material
- Competency test
- Certificate of completion
- 1 Professional CEU
- Course evaluation
About Dr Liz Geriatrics
For the last 20 years, our practice has provided premium geriatric assessments and consulting to other physicians. We’ve distilled our expertise into webinars providing professional training, CEUs and the skills to allow care of the most complex senior, with and without dementia.
This program is Approved by the following professional organizations for ONE (1) CE:
- This program is pending approval from the National Association of Social Workers
- NACCM National Academy of Certified Care Managers (Approval #21-903ECGM) Category credit: Domain II – Establish Goals and a Plan of Care
- California Nursing Board CEP 16046
- California Dept. of Social Services – RCFE Vendor #2000536 Course # 536-0149-35000
- CGC Center for Guardianship Certification
- This course approved by the California Professional Fiduciaries Bureau for (1) Continuing Education Unit
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