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Conducted on a regular basis, these virtual learning events educate SCI and Urology clinicians on the latest developments to help improve daily practice and patient outcomes.
Our Coffee & Learn sessions are regularly-scheduled, 30-minute (or shorter) virtual learning opportunities that take place in a comprehensive, “real life” format. As the healthcare environment continues to change, our goal is to provide you with valuable, up-to-date information that can help you stay current.
Click the links below to view sessions that were held recently in the USA and Ireland.
Session 1 — “Case Study: No Touch Catheterization” (February 2021)
Presenter: Diane K. Newman, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN, BCB-PMD
Adjunct Professor of Urology, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
This session discusses research related to “no-touch” catheterization, and its impact on catheterization-associated urinary tract infections (UTIs) and quality of life.
Running Time: 26:59
Session 2 — “The Effects of Mental Health on Compliance: How Has COVID-19 Changed Us?” (March 2021)
Presenter: Cortney Wolfe-Christensen, PhD
Clinical Psychologist, Behavioral Health Specialist, Cook Children’s Pediatric Urology Program, Fort Worth, Texas
This session discusses research on how psychological distress can affect medical wellbeing. Rates of depression in adults have tripled during COVID- 19, and depressed patients were three times more likely to be non-compliant with medical care than non-depressed patients.
Running Time: 28:13
Session 3 — “Teaching an Obese Female to Self-Cath” (April 2021)
Presenter: Stephanie Vaughn, PhD, RN, CRRN, FAHA, FARN
Professor Emeritus, School of Nursing at California State University, Fullerton
The session presents a case study assessing barriers to performing clean intermittent catheterization (CIC) and strategies to help obese females perform CIC successfully.
Running Time: 30:10
Session 4 — “Bladder Pain” (May 2021)
Presenter: Stephanie Strobl, APRN
Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner at First Urology, Louisville, Kentucky
This session discusses how interstitial cystitis can often mimic a urinary tract infection (UTI), and is often mistaken for one.
Running Time: 31:33
Session 6 — “Developing a Best Practice on Implementing an Intermittent Catheter Program” (July 2021)
Presenter: Joel Juarez, RN, MSN, CRRN
Director, Education & Documentation, HCA Healthcare
This session discusses Best Practice for implementing an intermittent catheter in an acute inpatient rehab setting.
Running Time: 29:14
Session 7 — “Autonomic Dysreflexia? Don't Panic” (August 2021)
Presenter: Katherine R. Huber, RN, BSN, CRRN, JD
Assistant Nurse Manager, Spinal Cord Injury Model System Unit, Spain Rehabilitation Center, University of Alabama
This session discusses how to recognize the signs and symptoms of Autonomic Dysreflexia, a potentially life-threatening condition, and how to treat it.
Running Time: 27:15
Session 8 — “Who Might Benefit From a Mitrofanoff and Why” (September 2021)
Presenter: Valre Welch, MSN, RN, CPNP
Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Hospital of Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University
This session discusses how a catheterizable channel can facilitate patient care and compliance, and help patients with neuropathic bowel and bladder lead normal lives.
Running Time: 26:20
Session 9 — “Healthy Bladder” (October 2021)
Presenter: Lisa Vlamakis, MSN, CRRN, RN
Nurse Manager Neuro Specialty Rehabilitation, Intermountain Medical Center, Murray, Utah
This session discusses what factors may influence bladder health and provides tips to ensure a healthy bladder.
Running Time: 21:35
Session 10 — “Adaptive Techniques and Equipment for Maximizing Independence with Intermittent Self-Catheterization” (November 2021)
Presenter: Patricia Zuba, OTR/L
Spinal Cord Injury Clinical Specialist in Occupational Therapy, Michigan Medicine Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan
This session discusses barriers to performing intermittent self-catheterization (ISC) independently, and how adaptive techniques and equipment may help.
Running Time: 30:14
Session 1 — “Two Case Studies: Management of Catheter Complications in the Community” (June 2021)
Presenter: Katie Heavens
Clinical Lead Continence & Urology, Hollister Incorporated
This session discusses community services, catheter complications, indwelling catheter alternatives and management, and two case studies on patient catheter management.
Running Time: 17:46
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