Catch Up with ARN Reach 2020 Spotlight Sessions
Despite the difficult times we are living in, healthcare professionals all over the country were able to attend this year's REACH conference from the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses. Attendees earned continuing nursing education credits at online lectures, case studies, and clinical paper sessions.
Didn't get a chance to attend? Don't worry. Now, both ARN members and non-members will be able to purchase an on-demand pass to 14 of the most impactful sessions from the conference. You can earn up to 14.5 CNE credits, all for one low price ($199 for ARN members, $249 for non-members). Access to session recordings will open on January 11 and close on April 2, so act now and secure your on-demand sessions ahead of the access window!
Check Out These 14 Sessions
When you purchase this package of recorded sessions from ARN Reach 2020, you'll gain access to all 14 of these spotlight sessions. Expand each session to learn more.
Care and Education of SCI Patients
Claudia T. Kitchin, MSN RN CRRN
Learn the impairment scale classification according to the American Spinal Injury Association, understand other SCI syndromes, and be prepared to educate patients about the prevention and management of Autonomic Dysreflexia.
ARN Research Symposium—Nursing Students with Disabilities: An Integrative Review
Leslie Neal-Boylan, PhD APRN CRRN FAAN
The prevalence of nursing students with disabilities is increasing. We'll explore the results of a 170-article literature review examining whether perceptions have changed over time and analyze the implications of recent research—including noncompliance with the ADA.
It's Not All About Wheelchairs: Supporting Mental Health in the Rehabilitation Patient
Cheryl A. Lehman, PhD RN RN-BC CRRN
Learn how to realize the importance of mental health support in the rehabilitation setting and to consider the importance of targeted interventions.
Falls: Explore and Connect QI, EBP, and Research
Susan Fowler, PhD RN CNRN FAHA (Director)
Join a panel of five doctors and nurses to explore the topic of falls connecting processes and outcomes within three approaches — quality improvement, evidence-based practice, and research.
Rehabilitation Nurses Panel: Demystifying Stroke Care Across the Continuum
Barbara Lutz, PhD RN CRRN PHNA-BC, FAHA, FAAN
Examine transitions of care across the stroke continuum and their impact on optimizing patient outcomes.
All Hands on Deck: The Opioid Crisis in Population Health Perspective
Sophie Nathenson, PhD
Learn implications for care and where health professionals can engage with social determinants.
Being a Change Agent in Changing Times
Susan Fowler, PhD RN CNRN FAHA
Discuss the utilization of models and theories to facilitate successful change, and the characteristics and role of a change agent.
Integrating Advance Care Planning as Part of Routine Comprehensive Geriatric Assessments
Maria Cantu-Cooper, MD
Focusing on older adults, you'll hear how care can be individualized for aging physiology and co-morbidities, by discussing what matters most through advance care planning.
Non-Pharmacological Approaches to Managing Behavior of Patients with a TBI and other Challenging Populations: An Interdisciplinary Approach
A. Elizabeth Koyle, PT DPT MBA PhD and Katie Palmer, MA LPC
Learn three non-pharmacological techniques to be utilized with challenging patient behaviors.
Donna Williams, RN MSN CRRN
Learn the importance of relationships, behavior, and engagement with those we work with, both peers and supervisors.
Gina Biter-Mundt, MA Kinesiology
Identify the human sexual response cycle and understand the changes that occur after an SCI, including a discussion about sexuality in your assessment of patient readiness.
Case Study Session: Getting Over the Fear of Falling After a Stroke and Mrs. Jones' Last Hurrah
Getting Over the Fear of Falling After a Stroke
Applying Mauk's Post-Stroke recovery model to a stroke survivor five years after her initial illness will be the focus of this case study, along with looking at various ways to improve their balance and potentially prevent falls.
Mrs. Jones' Last Hurrah: A Final Tribute to a Rehabilitation Nurse
The final chapter in Mrs. Jones' journey is an account of a cascade of events that occurred following an 86-year-old retired nurse's seizure caused by a brain mass.
Case Study Session: Overcoming Challenges: Interdisciplinary Teamwork for the Complex International Patient and The Art of Rehabilitation Nursing Assessment
Overcoming Challenges: Interdisciplinary Teamwork for the Complex International Patient
Learn how a team who was presented with a complex international patient, ensured the family was trained and educated to provide quality care at discharge.
The Art of Rehabilitation Nursing Assessment
This case study focuses on a patient's journey from one health continuum to the next, as an avoidable complication dictated his path to a less desirable destination.
Clinical Paper Session: Nurse Self-Care and Support
Nurses: Caring for the Caregiver Is That Person in the Mirror
Virginia "Becky" R. Thayer, MSN RN CRRN
Vulnerability & Resilience: Dynamic Concepts for Caregiver Self-Care Strategies
Emily M. Havrilla, PhD CRNP ANP-BC CRRN
Supporting New Nurses Through the Standardization of a Preceptorship
Corina M. James Scribner, BSN RN CRRN
Please note: If you attended REACH 2020 and received CE for sessions, you will not be able to purchase this product, as it is comprised of sessions that were already included in the REACH 2020 Annual Conference. If you attended REACH 2020 but did not receive any CE, you may still purchase this product.