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Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery:
Discharge Planning to Prevent Hospital Re-admissions

Wednesday, Mar 8
11:30 am - 1:00 pm (ET)

Dana Rizzo, RN

  • Identify what Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery (CABG) is and its variations
  • List the indicators of need and risks associated with CABG surgery
  • List 4 alternatives to CABG surgery
  • Discuss why CABG patients are readmitted frequently after discharge and strategies to decrease re-admittance to hospital.
  • Discuss discharge planning considerations for the case manager and the educational needs of the patient.

1.5 CEs: NASW National, SW Michigan, Nursing,
Case Management & General

or 248-719-0640
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Thinking Beyond Tomorrow: Estate, Medicaid and VA Planning For The Modern Family

Thursday, March 16
11:30 am - 1:00 pm (ET)

Pat Simasko, Elder Law Attorney

This presentation will discuss the importance of estate planning documents, identify recent changes in Medicaid and Veterans benefits and explain the effects those will have on patients and families. 

1.Identify Long Term care Insurance options and coverages that can benefit your clients
2. Recognize the role durable power of attorney and medical power of attorney plays in your client's quality of life
3. Define what guardianship and conservatorship mean to your client's health outcomes

1.5 CEs: NASW National, SW Michigan, Nursing, & General

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Chronic Pulmonary Obstructive Disorder

Wednesday, March 22
11:30 am - 12:30 pm (ET)

In this 1 hour presentation on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), we will cover:
  • Normal anatomy and physiology of the human lungs
  • Definition of COPD and what it includes 
  • Signs and symptoms of COPD
  • Diagnostic tests
  • Prevention and treatment of patients with COPD

1 CE: NASW National, SW Michigan, Nursing,
Case Management & General

Outreach Director
or 248-719-0640
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Human Trafficking: How Healthcare Professionals Can Impact Change

Tuesday, March 14 from 4:00 - 6:00 pm (ET)
4:00-4:30: Cocktails with Colleagues
4:30-6:00: CE Presentation
Various locations across Michigan

Redford Township Police Dept.

Human trafficking survivors require healthcare that is trauma-informed and culturally sensitive to their particular needs. Coordination is needed between health providers and statutory and voluntary organizations. Healthcare providers will be educated on legal definitions, examples of sex trafficking, the top 3 ways victims are recruited into sex trafficking, behavioral characteristics of victims before and after, and physical and psychological methods of grooming victims. Learn how traffickers keep control of victims physically & psychologically.

1.5 CEs: SW Michigan, Nursing & General (can be used for all health disciplines except nursing and social work for LARA approval)
Outreach Director
or 248-719-0640