Capital Nursing Education (CNE) was formed in February 2012 to provide nursing education on the topics of Wound, Ostomy and Continence care. Our purpose is to provide this education to nurses and allied healthcare professionals who want to increase their knowledge of wound ostomy and continence care. We recognize the need to provide this education to healthcare providers.
Our mission is to provide WOC education to nurses and allied healthcare professionals that work in Long Term Care facilities; Home Healthcare Agencies; Hospice and Acute Care Hospitals. Our course offerings are flexible and will expand to meet the needs of the healthcare provider community.
OASIS requires the assessment of eight ADLs, or basic self-care activities. Improving ADLs can affect both reimbursement and quality of life. In this one-hour program, we cover accessibility, environment, mood and health factors as well as tips to improve the eight ADLs below.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
The Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) covered in OASIS include:
• Dressing upper body
• Dressing lower body
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Attend our 7.5 hour Clinician Education Day Conference to continue your education needed for your career.
Gain essential knowledge such as chronic wound characteristics, selecting a wound care dressing, and much more.