Date(s) - 10/26/2018
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Target Audience: Nursing Home Administrators, RNs, LPNs, CNAs, Social Workers, Activity Directors, Occupational and Physical Therapist, Dietary, Diabetes Educators
CE Approved: Nursing Home Administrators (5 patient care hours)
Program: Registration 8:30 a.m., Program 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Lunch 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Purpose: We all know someone in our close circle that has been affected by diabetes in some way. A lot of progress has been made with research and new drugs to help people do better in managing their diabetes. Imagine if there were a collaborative approach to have people from the community be trained in an evidence-based curriculum. The good news – there is! This model also creates a pathway for individuals to go back to their own community and deliver free diabetes workshops using a group model approach. In this presentation you will learn more about how we train educators in a way that respects adult learning styles by doing dynamic hands-on activities, plain language, using visual aids, and having group discussion to help people feel more empowered to manage their diabetes. This session will arm you with techniques to use in guiding patient and group engagement, and provide insight to a growing sustainable statewide effort to support community DSME.
• Provide the inspiration for community self-management support.
• Describe the burden of diabetes in Missouri.
• See background of our community education efforts in Missouri.
• Outline benefits of community health worker work in community.
• Demonstrate interactive methods of curriculum based DSME.
• Outline techniques of motivational interviewing and action planning.
• Share how we can work together.
• Hear from experienced peer educators from the field.
Speakers: Dorothy Andrae, MHA, BSN, RN, CPHQ, Director Clinical Operations-Government, Primaris, Columbia, Missouri. Ms. Andrae joined Primaris in 2000 with 21 years of health care experience in multiple settings including hospital, home health, administration, outreach, and office based care. Dorothy has worked in many project areas; building community self-management efforts in Missouri, Master Trainer for TeamSTEPPS, health care Lean certified, and Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality.
Candy Williams, RN CDE EP-C, Quality Improvement Program Specialist, DSME and Community, Primaris, Columbia, Missouri. Ms. Williams’s professional life provides for full opportunity to promote the benefits of healthy living to people everywhere. She has spent much of her professional life in the preventive services of cardiac rehab, pulmonary rehab, and diabetes management.
Bookings are closed for this event.