What to Do When It Hurts –Pain Identification and Management

This session will review regulatory requirements and best practices for identifying, monitoring and managing pain, with focus on standards of care and staff competency focus areas. Through lecture and case study analysis we will identify critical nursing assessment and documentation principles to apply in your daily practical operations to promote resident well-being and minimize potential risks.

WEBINAR:  What to Do When It Hurts – Pain Identification and Management

September 15.2021 Webinar -  2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)

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This 12 month webinar series focuses on nursing facility systems of care and managing common conditions treated in the LTC setting. Each session addresses standards of care, staff training/ competency focus areas, critical nursing assessment/ documentation principles, care planning guidance, recommended QA activities, and practical daily operations guidance with extensive use of case examples. Recordings of live sessions are included with the webinar purchase.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe best practices for implementing and/or improving critical nursing assessment and documentation practices pertinent to identifying, monitoring and managing pain.
  2. Understand the role of interdisciplinary team members in collaborating to manage pain.
  3. Describe a process for establishing priority QAPI and Staff Development activities

Course Content

  • 15 minutes Review of regulations and interpretive guidance relating to pain.
  • 30 minutes Considerations for best practices and care standards related to identifying, monitoring and managing pain with case studies.
  • 10 minutes Strategies for effective staff development and QAPI activities
  • 5 minutes Closing Comments/ Q&A

Target Audience: Directors of Nursing, Nurse Managers, QA Directors, MDS/RAI Team, Nursing Staff, Staff Development Coordinators, Compliance Staff, Department Heads, Nursing Home Administrators, Corporate Leaders

Instructional Level: Intermediate

Contact Hours: 1

Presented By: Janine Lehman, RN, RAC-CT, CLNC, Clinical Consultant

Proactive Training Team:
The Proactive clinical education team includes experienced health
facility administrator, legal nurse consultant, compliance officer, MDS
and reimbursement experts with backgrounds in multi-facility operations,
contract therapy services, survey management, healthcare compliance,
clinical program development, QAPI, and litigation support.
Learn more about our team at www.proactivemedicalreview.com

Registration fee:

Members: $55 per person

Nonmember: $110 per person

Continuing Education

The Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities is an approved provider of continuing education by the Kentucky Board of Nursing, #5-0002.  To receive the 1.00 contact hours, you must complete the entire program. Certificates may be printed once the program evaluation is submitted. Disclaimer Statement: The Kentucky Board of Nursing approval of an individual continuing education provider does not constitute endorsement of program content.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be made in writing and emailed to [email protected] or faxed to 502-425-3431. Cancellations by phone will not be accepted. Cancellations received no later than August 10 will receive a full refund. Cancellations received between August 11  to August 17 will receive a refund of 1/2. Registrants who do not attend or who do not complete the full seminar will not receive a refund unless prior written notice is given to the KAHCF office. 

When
9/15/2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time
Where
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