The Spring 2015 Southwest Ohio - Full- Day Nurse Seminar
||Saturday, May 16, 2015, 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM
LivINN Hotel- Large Conference Room
11385 Chester Rd
Sharonville , OH 45246
“Boost Your Brain Power” - 2.5 CE
"Recent Changes in Law and Rules for Nurses" -1 CE
"Dementia- A Family Disease" - 3.5 CE
(See Objectives below for 7 CE's Total)
||Required By Friday, May 01, 2015
||Payment In Advance Only
||Included a continental breakfast, as well as a delicious Panera catered lunch at an “All Inclusive” price. We encourage Non-Member’s (RN/LPN) to Join LPNAO right away, and take advantage of the “Member Discounted Rate” to attend. Hurry and make your reservation, as seating is limited.
Nurses (LPN's & RN's) from across Ohio will begin our day with a light breakfast and a mingle session, then we will move right into a dynamic educational program!
Learning up close and personal is still one of the most effective ways to grasp information. Rebecca Molnar, MM/PMP, LPN, CDP, CADDCT, CFRDT will be here from Willoughby, Ohio to bring it to us "straight". First on the topic, "Boost Your Brain Power" (2.5 CE's). We will break for a fabulous Panera Bread Catered lunch, then Wynne Simpkins will present (1 CE- Category-A ) on Laws & Rules, then Ms. Molnar will give us valuable information on ” Dementia: A Family Disease”. (3.5 CE's) to bring it on "Home". After all, who doesn't know someone with dementia? This day of learning will earn a total of 7 CE's for nurses. Students and companions are welcome.
OBJECTIVES: “Boost Your Brain Power”
- Review of the Limbic, Olfactory, and Autonomic Nervous System
- Examine the history of naturopathic and holistic care
- Appraise the history and benefits of aroma therapy and essential oils
- Discuss the research on “super foods” that reportedly improves mind, body, and spirit.
- Identify your favorite super foods and discover what enhances your body, mind and spirit
OBJECTIVES: "Recent Changes in Laws & Rules for Ohio Nurses"
- Identify at least three substantial changes made over the past 2 years to the Ohio Nurse Practice Act and the Rules that control nursing practice in Ohio
OBJECTIVES: "Dementia- A Family Disease"
- Examine the basic structure and function of parts of the brain
- Review types of dementia and the prevalence of dementia diseases
- Discuss risk factors, guiding principles, and needs of caregivers
- Describe the impact of dementia on the family
- Explain end-of-life and Brain Power
- Identify resources and community care options.
|Registrants & Fees:
|Non-Members of LPNAO
GUEST ROOMS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE SEMINAR COSTS. CALL: (513) 772-7877 TO RESERVE A SUITE $72
Reserve your room today at LivINN Sharonville. We have a limited number of sleeping rooms blocked for our out-of-town guests. You must contact the hotel directly (513) 772-7877 to make reservations. (2 Queen-non-smoking) rooms are just $72/ per night. - Max 4 persons to a room. Be sure to let the reservation desk know your party is with the LPNAO.
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and Keeping their Patients Healthier
Nurses know better than anyone why health insurance reform was so desperately needed. They see
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services recommended by experts—and patients won’t have to pay anything out of pocket. This lets
nurses do their job of keeping people healthy, instead of treating them only when it’s too late—when
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decide to pursue nursing as career. Nursing schools are getting help to promote career advancement
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about paperwork. The new law simplifies insurance company paperwork and encourages the use of
electronic medical records.