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Caring for patients and families with advanced dementia at end of life
The intended audience includes clinicians experienced with serious illness and care at end of life; clinicians with little or no such experience; experienced caregivers working at facilities, agencies, or privately; informal and family caregivers with little or no previous training; and the general community.
There will be 16 modules in the completed program, and each module will provide 0.5 nursing contact hours when approved - 8 hours total. The digital media portion of each modules runs between 7 and 17 minutes. The remaining time is spent in group discussion facilitated by a subject expert.
Support materials include assessment tools and bibliography, provided in digital format, can be printed.
Part 1: Concepts of care (completed)
- The normal brain and cognition **clip is from here**
- Assessment scales and advanced dementia
- Connecting in advanced dementia
- Goals of care: Safety and the 3-step dysphagia screen
Part 2: When pain becomes suffering (completed)
- To approach suffering
- Planning for goals: Comfortable and content
- Ways that comfort
- An opioid essential
Part 3: Confronting delirium (script development)
- Know the enemy
- On the battlefield
- And so it begins...
- Using weapons wisely
Part 4: Keeping up with Jeanne - a love story (story development)