got a plan, man?
patient-centered care planning in rehabilitation
Contact Hours: Contact hours are no longer offered for this course.
Pricing and Licensure
Single User License: $49
Single UNIT License: $345
Unit, multi-unit and facility pricing/licensure is determined by number of beds. Contact us if your unit has more than 30 beds or if you are interested in multi-unit or facility pricing. For more information on licensure, go to http://www.rehabclassworks.com/licensing.htm.
Rehab Nursing Series Course 5
Focus: Meaningful, Individiualized, Interdisciiplinary Care Plans
While care planning is integral to the work of the team, care planning documentation can be a burden for all team members. If systems do not support ease of use, the plan is not integral to care delivery, and/or the plan is not meaningful to the work being done. With many regulatory and accreditation standards tied to care plans, the organization may be at risk if documentation does not support and provide evidence of the excellent work and coordinated care provided.
This course helps to close the gap by reviewing the requirements and purposes of care plans and their components, providing opportunities to practice building elements of the care plan, and by providing suggestions and ideas for creating meaningful care plans that engage patients/family caregivers and the team in documenting the story of goal achievement.
Chapter 1 Overview
Care planning was learned in school but what is really required in the work world of rehabilitation care? Why do we do what we do when care planning? This chapter provides the rehab nurse with a quick overview of the regulatory, accreditation, and professional expectations for care plan activities and documentation.
Chapter 2 Care Plan Components
This chapter focuses on a review of the components of the care plan, addressing their role in creating meaningful care plans rather than cookie-cutter documentation and busywork that is less meaningful to all involved.
Chapter 3 Care Plan Practice
In this chapter, the learner is invited to practice creating care plan components, evaluating them for effectiveness and considering methods to improve efficiency in creating and maintaining the plan.
Chapter 4 Posttest
As a result of participating in this activity, the learner will be able to pass the posttest with a score of 80% or better, demonstrating knowledge of:
Contact hours no longer will be provided for this course after October 1, 2019.If you would like to provide contact hours for this course at your site, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the details of the Mergener formula.