Nurse-led at home management of patients with COVID-19
Sherry Clement, BSN, RN, CWCN, CFCN; Barbara Hayes, MSN, RN; Erica Sullivan, BSN, RN; Kethleen Craig, BSN, RN
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- VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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This webinar demonstrates the process by which experienced Registered Nurses adapt and respond to a pandemic emergency, by implementing skills in care coordination, home safety assessments, patient education and caregiver support. Utilizing the transitional care model, Nurses implemented an effective and low-cost telephone-based approach, by assessing, coordinating, and evaluating patient needs, and making appropriate referrals when indicated.
1. Create an action plan within your facility to deal with an emergent event, utilizing the Coordinated Transitions of Care (C-TraC) model.
2. Develop an algorithm for nurse implementation when caring for patients’ with COVID- 19.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of the development and treatment of symptoms in patients with COVID-19.
4. Assess available resources in your community to be prepared for a resurgence of COVID-19 maintaining a level of readiness in your organization.
This webinar item record does not contain a video recording of the live webinar due to the privacy requirements of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The VA approved slide deck from that presentation is attached to this item record.
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