Rehabilitation of Individuals with Neurogenic Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction Webinar

Promotion of Continence Care

Speaker: Margi Williams PhD RN FNP-BC CRRN FARN, Clinical Nurse on the Acute Pediatric Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, GA

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Rehabilitation nurses commonly take care of patients with problems related to bowel and bladder. One common rehabilitation goal is the promotion of continence. However, how continence is promoted depends on the nature of the patient’s medical problem. Three general types of neurogenic bowel and bladder problems will be discussed (reflexive, flaccid and uninhibited) along with interventions to promote continence for each type of neurogenic bladder.

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Recorded March 27, 2020

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Supported by educational funding provided by Hollister Incorporated

Learning Objectives

  1. Differentiate between the 3 types of neurogenic bladder and bowel problems
  2. Describe a common intervention for each type of neurogenic bladder and bowel problem

Credit

1.25 Nursing Contact Hours

The Association of Rehabilitation Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

About the Speaker

margisquareMargi Williams, PhD RN FNP-BC CRRN FARN, is a clinical nurse on the acute pediatric Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, GA. As a Nurse Practitioner, she works with adults with developmental disabilities and mental health disorders in the group home community setting. In addition, she is an early childhood intervention researcher and inventor of a therapy device.

Dr. Williams's interests include early childhood intervention, working with patients with cognitive and neurologic disorders, patient/family education for those with literacy challenges and transitioning from pediatric to adult care. She has been a rehab nurse for over 35 years and an active ARN member for over 30 years. She has given numerous conference presentations and authored several publications, including rehabilitation nursing guidelines.

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