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Recorded Webinar: Preventing and Managing Urinary Tract Infections in Seniors Video

Danny Nguyen
Author | Shield HealthCare
11/13/17  11:48 AM PST
Urinary Tract Infections in Seniors

Our Preventing and Managing Urinary Tract Infections in Seniors Webinar – Presented by Barbara E. West, RN, MSN, CWOCN of Capital Nursing Education has already taken place. However, you can watch a recording of the video.

If you would like to receive CE Credit for watching this webinar, please view the full recorded webinar by clicking the button below, then email us at marketing@shieldhealthcare.com and allow up to 7-10 business days to receive your CE Contact Hour Certificate.

You can also download the slides here.

If you would just like to watch the webinar without receiving a CE credit, you can find the full webinar here on Vimeo.

Webinar Overview:

UTIs in seniors are often mistaken for the early stages of dementia or Alzheimer’s. Learn how to identify those at increased risk and implement strategies to recognize subtle or atypical symptoms.

1 CE Contact Hour Available (Provided by Capital Nursing Education)

Barbara West, RN

About Barbara E. West, RN, MSN, CWOCN of Capital Nursing Education

Barbara West received her Masters of Nursing at Yale University in 1993 and her Wound Ostomy Continence Certification from Emory University in 2011. Barbara has 12 years’ experience in hospice, and her experience in home health includes working with patients of all ages for both UC Davis Medical Center and Sutter. She has held several positions with Kaiser Permanente, most recently working in Sacramento at the General Surgery out-patient clinic and Vacaville in-patient, performing full-scope wound and ostomy care. She is currently re-discovering the joys of foot and nail care at the Sacramento Ortho-Podiatry out-patient clinic. Barbara’s first full-length book of poetry is forthcoming from Cold River Press.

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1 Comment

  1. Ava Thomas
    Posted January 10, 2018 at 7:30 am PST

    Very informative, giving up to date guidelines. I really gravitated towards the phrase “treat the PERSON, not the urine.”

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