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Click on discipline for On-line Education for 12 hour In-service, Administrators, Nurses, Social Workers, Chaplains, Bereavement Coordinators, & Volunteer Coordinators

 

Date Upcoming Events
March 27-29, 2015
33rd Annual Conference, Omni Mandalay Hotel, Dallas Registration Coming Soon
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new 12.5 Hour In-Service Training On-line (all disciplines)

This training is good to training new employees and conduct in-service with existing staff. You get the whole 12 hours for your agency for one year.
Classes Include:
1. The Hospice Philosophy
A presentation explaining the roots of hospice and palliative care including how the Medicare hospice benefit came about. A thoughtful look at hospice perceptions, and how hospice differs from the current medical system model.
2. Safety in the Home Environment
This presentation covers patient, family and worker safety in the home environment. Everything safety related, from working with drugs, oxygen, fire hazards, toxic chemicals and dangerous situations to blood borne pathogens and environmental hazards will be covered.
3. Pain and Symptom Management for Non-Nurses
A presentation about pain for non-nurse employees. Myths, addiction, principals, special populations, medications and non-medication pain relief modalities will be discusses.
4. Adverse Incidents and Medical Device Events
In this presentation the participant will Identify several types of medical devices used in the home. Explain why reporting problems with medical devices in the home environment is important. Describe your role in promoting patient safety with medical devices used in the home. Describe the steps to take to report an adverse event or problem with a medical device used in the home.

5. Timely Topics in Texas Hospice Regulation Part 1
This session includes: Licensing Standards; Surveys, Roles & Rules and department resources
6. Timely Topics in Texas Hospice Regulation: Part 2 Emergency Preparedness
This presentation includes: Emergency Preparedness Planning and Implementation.
7. HIPAA
An overview of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Omnibus rule of 2013 and Texas specific HIPAA standards. The presentation will cover the rights of persons receiving services, Responsibilities of Releasing Protected Health Information (PHI) and Penalties for violating HIPAA laws.
8. DADS: Top 10 and ANE
This presentation includes: DADS Top 10 Survey Deficiencies and violations, abuse, neglect and exploitation and a Q&A session with DADS.
9. Companioning -Rodney Bolejack, D.Min, Chaplain,
One of the primary concerns of hospice patients is fear of abandonment. Such may occur at several levels, particularly when busy schedules focus our attention on protocols, procedures, and paperwork. This presentation explores "Companioning" as an essential hospice concept. Benefits& Burdens and Barriers & Bridges to creating a shared journey will be examined from professional and intra-personal perspectives. Participants will learn how to apply "Companioning" skills and attitudes to enrich the hospice experience for the patient as well as for the professional.
10. Everything You Need To Know About Advance Directives
Chris DeMeo, JD, Shareholder, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C
A discussion of the legal background and requirements for advance directives in Texas and New Mexico, including an overview of recent cases. The procedures, policies and documentation for executing advance directives from intake forward, and what to do in the absence.
11. Infection Control / OSHA
Objectives: Identify procedures for reporting and treating needle-stick injuries; Identify common bloodborne pathogens transmitted; Recognize universal Infection and communicable disease control precautions; Discuss Bloodborne illness and risks associated with transmittal; Identify standards for cleanup of blood and bodily fluids; Identify storage and labeling for Biohazardous waste
12. Professional Boundaries
Sandi Hebley, RN, CHPN, LMSW
In this session participants will hold a discussion of professional codes of ethics, differences in personal self-interest motivations, self-disclosure, issues of gifts and actions necessary to maintain appropriate boundaries in professional relationships.
Purchase is Per Site and Can be Used for 1 year :
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This Training is included with our Membership Plus add-on, for $500 Members can have access to all 70+ modules of on-line training.

Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.  

Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization is an approved provider of continuing education by the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners.

Texas and New Mexico Hospice Organization is an approved provider of continuing education by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability.

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