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Our senses and other physiological processes undergo changes as we age. Some are seen as a normal part of the aging process. However, some changes can be improved or warrant further treatment. Do you know how to differentiate between expected age-related changes and treatable conditions, that once addressed can enhance quality of life in the geriatric population? Join this webinar to dscuss changes related to aging and physiological processes.
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The prevention of chronic diseases lies in the choices people make every day. Decisions about what and how much to eat, level of physical activity, amount of sleep and many other health-related behaviors are self-determined and adaptable. Nutrition educators, wellness coaches and nurses have the potential to reverse the rising incidence of obesity, heart disease, diabetes and more, if they can successfully help...
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Staying active and maintaining or increasing functional ability is an important and significant goal for many as we age. What does the research say about the benefits of physical activity and exercise in the senior population? Can we promote better balance and decrease risk of falls, increase stamina and decrease loss of muscle mass, as well as increase flexibility and decrease loss of range of motion? What about...
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Delirium, a serious condition, can be a sign that another pathophysiologic process is in effect. Can you differentiate between memory loss and delirium? What are the links between delirium and overmedication, polypharmacy, the postoperative phase, and infectious processes? How and where does "sundowning" fit into the conversation? Bolster your understanding of delirium and how to help your patients experiencing this...
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