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This lecture series features highly-rated talks by outstanding speakers who presented at University of Washington events. Earn contact hours as you listen to experts discuss healthcare trends, legal and professional issues, self-care, patient safety and best practice—with a focus on evidence-based nursing. UWCNE is proud to be accredited with distinction as a provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).
 
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In this podcast, Dr. Julian Perez, a Seattle-area physician, speaks about clinic- and community-based interventions that address the root causes of health inequity, not only in individual practice, but all the way to the state, national and global level. Learn what special qualifications most healthcare professionals possess that make them perfect …
 
Learn about the differences and similarities of nursing in the United States compared to the United Kingdom in this informal conversation between two staff RNs—one from an emergency department in California and one from a rural hospital in Scotland. Contact hours are not available for this podcast. Featuring— Briauna Nichols, Staff Nurse, San Franc…
 
Many nurses and NPs think there's not much they can do for patients with dementia. But an innovative intervention developed at the University of Washington has been shown to successfully treat symptoms of dementia. Learn about this proven method and upcoming training opportunities at the University of Washington School of Nursing. available: Featur…
 
There are many reasons why people become nurses. And there are many reasons why nurses frequently switch jobs. But the number one reason most nurses stay in a job may surprise you. Learn what makes a good team, fosters the best work environment—and most of all—can keep you fully-engaged in your nursing career. available: . The lecture was recorded …
 
What's the most important tool you can use for your patients in the diagnosis and treatment of dementia? And what nonpharmacological approaches work as well—if not better—than antidepressants? Learn about the connection between depression, diabetes and dementia, and the steps you and your patients can take to change behaviors and improve outcomes. …
 
Learn the latest guidelines, tools and advice about protecting your practice when prescribing controlled substances. This podcast focuses on prescribing opioids, but the information can be applied to any controlled substance. available: . The lecture was recorded March 2017 by UW Continuing Nursing Education at the Challenge of Pain Conference in S…
 
Bloodletting. Lobotomies. Cocaine for toothaches...History shows us that some of the medical treatments we thought were correct were totally off the mark! So what about now? It's inevitable that upcoming generations will improve upon what we know and how we do things. These generations are in the workforce now. Learn what you can do to capitalize o…
 
There are five generations in the workforce today, all with distinct motivations and goals. It’s messy. It’s challenging—not only to work together, but also to keep from driving each other crazy. Learn about the characteristics of each of the five generations, the teaching methods and styles that best suit each generation, the technology preference…
 
Dr. David Inwards-Breland outlines the steps clinicians can take to ensure transgender youth receive the care they need—from the moment a patient enters the waiting room of their pediatrician’s office until they transition to the care of an adult provider. available: Handouts are available when you register for contact hour credit. (See above.) The…
 
Ron Weaver is a chronic pain patient who has journeyed through opioid use and beyond, and currently teaches a program called A Way Forward. A Way Forward uses alternative therapies to help manage chronic pain. His story provides valuable insight into the opioid crisis from the perspective of the patient. available: Handouts for this podcast are ava…
 
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