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Nurse Managers in Assisted Living & Home Care
EDUCATION SERIES, PART 2 of 2 | Whether you are a seasoned Nurse Manager or you are new to this role, you will learn from expert faculty, as well as from the other nurses you meet in the series; and have the opportunity to share stories, problem situations, and experiences that can—and will—shape your career.
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE NURSE IN ASSISTED LIVING & HOME CARE
The content of this program is designed to comply with the new Housing Manager continuing education requirements
and a portion of the annual dementia training requirements.
Most Nurse Managers come well prepared to the nurse manager position with nursing skills; however, they may not have experience in the management side of their job duties. This program helps Nurse Managers increase the skills necessary to be an effective Nurse Manager in assisted living and home care.
ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE:
Nurse Managers In Assisted Living & Home Care Education Series
manual. This resource is a one-stop location for the information you need to succeed in your role. The manual includes all the materials from faculty, as well as an
containing pertinent laws, rules, and other resources.
upon completion of the program for their accomplishment.
EXPERT SPEAKERS PRESENTING ON A VARIETY OF CRITICAL TOPICS:
Defining Your Role as a Nurse Manager
Medication Management in Assisted Living and Home Care
Using Systems/Tools to Get Your Work Done
Practical Approaches to Implementing Quality
Survey Preparation and Success
Legal Issues for the Nurse in Assisted Living and Home Care
Clinical Decision Making in Assisted Living and Home Care Settings
Dealing with Difficult Behaviors
Personalized Dementia Care
Nurse Documentation—Best Practices in Charting
Nurse Leadership—Keeping Staff Happy and Accountable
Hospice in Assisted Living—Balancing Risk and Reward
The Basics of Payer Sources—What Every Nurse Manager Should Know
Care Providers of Minnesota has a room block at the Embassy Suites for $114 per room, per night. Please reserve your accommodations early and mention Care Providers of Minnesota/Nurse Managers Education Series to receive this rate. Call Embassy Suites Hotel at 763-560-2700 or 1-800-362-2779.
Note: CUT-OFF DATES FOR THIS BLOCK ARE SEPTEMBER 12, 2017 AND OCTOBER 10, 2017.
September 26–27, 2017
October 24–25, 2017
Embassy Suites North, 6300 Earle Browne Drive, Brooklyn Center [
9:00 AM–4:15 PM (check-in 8:30 AM Sept 26 and Oct 24)
$690 per Care Providers of Minnesota member participant
$875 per prospective member participant
(Includes Series manual, CEUs, continental breakfasts, lunches, and refreshments for all four days)
Care Providers of Minnesota will apply for 24 clock hours and 28.8 contact hours
For complete information about this program, including
cancellation/no show policy
, please read through the
10/24/2017 - 10/25/2017
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