Caring for Patients with Special Needs SERIES: Cognitive Impairments
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2003,2008,Updated 2011

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

1. Define cognition and cognitive functions.
2. Recognize cognitive impairment.
3. Know the causes of cognitive impairment (Alzheimers disease, multi-infarct dementia, traumatic brain injury).
4. Know the effects of cognitive impairment on daily functions.
5. Know the impact of hospitalization on the cognitively impaired patient.
6. Be able to assess patient on admission.
7. Know nursing interventions for patients with cognitive impairment.
8. Be able to provide a safe and comforting environment by:
preserving the patients functional status; preserving patient autonomy and sense of self-worth; and providing education for follow up needs.

 
This series is eligible for Continuing Education credits.
Price: $299.00 USD

Product ID: CLP026
Media: DVD
Year: 2011
Duration: 22:00 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Special Interest
 
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