The Great Plains-Mountain GWEP Consortium brings you “Building Resilience: Maintaining Quality Care in Nursing Homes During COVID”. This is a live 12 week series on Wednesdays, March 2nd – May 18th, 2022 from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (MST) offered over Zoom.
Presenters include regional and national experts in geriatric care. Receive feedback on your QAPI process from quality improvement experts.
Our GWEP team, in collaboration with Comagine Health, developed a training program related to Telehealth in Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS). Consisting of a 3-Part ECHO series, toolkit, and an online training course, our goal is to educate LTSS providers, patients/residents, and families to prevent COVID exposure and promote the readiness to respond to COVID-19 through telehealth utilization. This program will provide access to telehealth technologies by training LTSS staff, providers, and patients, families, and caregivers.
Our Telehealth in LTSS online course is innovative, evidenced-based, and includes best practices for using telehealth will roll-out late spring/early summer on the Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center’s (NRTRC) Training and Education website for professional development.Read more
This training and education program is designed to better equip long-term care nurses to care for their patients and improve their leadership skills. Additionally, the course will assist nurses as they prepare to take the Gerontological Nursing Board Certification Exam. If you're interested in learning more, please contact email@example.com.
These interprofessional modules for PALTC providers and staff are centered around opioid use, including topics such as:
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The Age-Friendly Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) ECHO ModelTM (formerly the Learning Community Series) builds on the prior UGEC Learning Community, connecting community providers in collaborative learning with specialists through live video conferencing via Zoom. The ECHO model includes case-based learning and mentorship to help interprofessional teams gain the expertise required to provide needed care and/or services. If you are interested in attending, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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UGEC faculty and students frequently present topics relevant for LTSS providers and staff as well as older adults and family caregivers in the community for conferences and University classes. When possible, we share these with our UGEC partners and communities. Please use these for your own knowledge attainment and share with others individually or in groups.
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