Best Practices in Team-Based Care Meetings
December Best Practices in Team-Based Care: Incontinence in Older Adults
Kendra-Llynn Bisconti, PT, DPT, a pelvic floor therapist from the Spaulding Pelvic Rehabilitation Center, presented at the December Best Practices in Team-based Care meeting on the topic of Incontinence in Older Adults. Her presentation began by raising awareness of the prevalence of urinary incontinence in older adults. She educated participants on the primary types and transient causes of urinary incontinence and recommended options for treatment. In addition, Kendra-Lynn shared referral sources to support patients with urinary incontinence.
The recorded presentation can be accessed here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/qolm2reg
Evaluation Form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QOLM2-Eval
This session was brought to you by the Rhode Island Geriatric Education Center.
January Best Practices in Team-Based Care: Nurse Care Manager/Care Coordinator Case Based Capstone Presentations
In September 2022, CTC-RI offered 18 nurse care managers/care coordinators (NCM/CC) the opportunity to participate in the NCM Core Curriculum program. NCM/CC who have successfully completed the 12-week training program will demonstrate how they are using their knowledge and skills by presenting their case-based capstone at the January and February Best Practices in Team-Based Care meetings. Congratulations! The January meeting will go from 8–9:15AM.
NCM Core Curriculum program is funded in part by UnitedHealthcare and RI Department of Health.