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rehab nursing seriesTM

The Rehab Nursing SeriesTM is a series of courses designed to address your rehabilitation educational needs by taking the learner from entry level to certification (CRRN) in the specialty of rehabilitation nursing.

 

Put your computer to work using the richness and interactivity of multimedia with easy-to-use courses! With over 100 hours of continuing education credit available, The Rehab Nursing SeriesTM is a comprehensive, independent-study program that can help you build the skills and competence required for success in the rehabillitation nursing field. The Series is an excellent reference for all rehabilitation practice settings and an invaluable resource for preparing for the national rehabilitation nursing exam to obtain your CRRN (Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse) certification.

 

All of our courses are written by content experts in the field, peer reviewed, and pilot tested to ensure content accuracy and relevance to nurses. We are an ANCC accredited provider of continuing nursing education and have been supporting the education of rehabilitation nurses since the 1990’s.

 

Our customers comments continue to demonstrate its value. Build a library to meet your needs or order the whole series.  Titles in the Series are listed below with content overviews, target audience, number of contact hours, and prices for single and unit licenses. Please contact us for pricing for facility and multi-site licenses at (888) 294-0412.

 

If you would like to preview any course, email pam@rehabclassworks.com to schedule a web-based review.

 

 

 

introduction to rehabilitation and rehabilition nursing

8.7 contact hours (beginner level)

 


-Rehab and Rehab Nursing

-Roles and Functions of Team Members

-Methods of Evaluating Care

-Accreditation & Regulatory Issues

-Trends in the Field

-Geriatric and Pediatric Considerations

 

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not documented, not done! documenting professional rehabilitation nursing care

6.6 contact hours (beginner-intermediate level)


-Documentation requirements

-Efficiency and effectiveness in documentation

-Documenting functional skills development

-Documenting integrated multidisciplinary care

-Documenting responses to medications/medical care

-Documenting progress towards goals

-Practice activities

 

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got a plan, man? patient-centered care planning in rehabilitation

6.1 contact hours (beginner-intermediate level)


-Patient-centered interdisciplinary care planning

-Developing patient-centric functional goals

-Demonstrating progress towards goals

-Response to lack of progress

-Hand off of plan to next level of care

-Practice activities

 

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1, 2, buckle my shoe... functional skill development

course under development

Contact hours to be determined (beginner level)


-Integrating interdisciplinary care for functional skills

-Dressing

-Grooming

-Feeding

-Self-care for health and wellness

-Self medication management

-Practice activities

 

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take care! safe patient handling works!

4.7 contact hours (beginner level)


-Safe patient handling works with functional goals

-Preventive self-care

-Using the right device

-National safe patient handling guidelines

-Applying safe patient handling principles to patient care in case studies

 

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see one, do one... patient & family education in rehabilitation

2.3 contact hours (beginner-intermediate level)


-How learning occurs

-Supporting remembering and retrieval

-Top 10 tips for effective and efficient patient/family eduucation & comptence development in rehab settings

-Documenting results of education efforts

 

 

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go HOM! preventing complications from immobility

4.2 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Etiology and physiology of immobility--it impacts every system of the body!

-Improving the quaility of routine preventive care. Why should you care? What difference does preventive care make?

-Preventive care strategies--what works and what does not?

 

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get going! mobilize your patients!

8.0 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Pathology of Mobility Problems & Activity Intolerance

-Working with the Team to Improve Mobility

-Falls Risk Assessment & Interventions

-Principles of Therapeutic Positioning and Transfers

 

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gotta go right now! bladder management

11.5 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Etiology and Physiology

-Assessment Techniques

-Problem identification

-Interventions for Neurological and Non-Neurological Bladder Problems

-Case Studies to practice problem solving

 

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full of it! bowel management in rehabilitation nursing

10.3 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Etiology and Physiology

-Assessment Techniques

-Problem identification

-Management of neurological and non-neurological problems with emphasis on constipation

-Case Studies to practice problem solving

 

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an apple a day... nutrition and dysphagia management

9.7 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Nutrition impacts in rehabilitation

-Etiology and Physiology of dysphagia

-Assessment Techniques

-Management of enteral feedings

-Dysphagia Management

-Preparing Families for Living with Dysphagia at Home

 

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he said/she said? disorders of communication, speech, & language

10.7 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Neuroanatomy review

-Assessing communication, speech, & language

-Interventions and Compensation Strategies

-Living with communication disorders


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wandering, confused, & agitated? cognition & behavior management

course under development

contact hours to be determined (intermediate level)


-Neuroanatomy review

-Assessing cognitive function

-Maintaining safety

-Reducing agitation

-Interventions & compensation strategies

-Practice activities


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a little romance? providing sexuality education & counseling in rehabilitation

6.1 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Neuroanatomy review

-Increasing comfort in addressing this topic

-PLISSIT Model-oriented

-Interventions and Compensation Strategies


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rehabilitation of stroke

16.4 contact hours (advanced level)

 

-Prevention and Emergency Care

-Etiology and Pathophysiology

-Anticipated Recovery Patterns

-Evidence-Based Therapeutic Interventions

-Community Reentry and Caring for Caregivers

-Case Studies

 

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rehabilitation of brain injury

7.6 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Etiology and Pathophysiology

-Anticipated Recovery Patterns

-Therapeutic Interventions

-Managing Agitation

-Reintegration into Work or School

-Case Studies

 

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rehabilitation of spinal cord injury

10.3 contact hours (intermediate level)


-Etiology and Pathophysiology

-Functional Patterns of Recovery

-Therapeutic Interventions

-Community Reentry

-Case Studies

 

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certification review for rehabilitation nursing

43.2 contact hours (advanced level)


-History of Rehab

-Pathophysiology

-Review of Common Disorders

-Psychosocial Adjustment Issues

-Assessment for Common Rehab Problems

-Quizzes, Games and Practice Tests

-Test Taking Strategies

 

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