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Promoting Medication Adherence among Older Adults at HomePromoting Medication Adherence among Older Adults at Home

This course will address how physical, cognitive, or health literacy impairments can affect medication management including adherence issues. This can result in negative outcomes with patient self-management of their medical conditions. Occupational therapists are taught evidence-based management interventions that help patients improve adherence and medication outcomes.

To be eligible for the nursing continuing education credit(s), the learner must complete each portion of this educational course. The continuing education credits are valid for this course from: 10/18/18-10/18/20

All of the following educational activities must be completed: 

  • Watch a webinar (60 min)
  • Complete reflective questions and an evaluation (15 min)

This educational course has no conflicts of interest from the planners, presenters, faculty, authors, and content reviewers.      

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This course has 1.25 CEs for Nursing (ANCC).  A certificate will be provided for all other disciplines that some states or national organizations will accept (please check with your state and associations).

Any issues contact HHQI@qualityinsights.org

Estimated Length: 1 hour(s) and 15 minute(s)

Lessons

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Online Lesson1. Promoting Medication Adherence among Older Adults at Home -

Objectives

At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify two (2) medication management challenges for home health patients.
  • Describe three (3) strategies to improve medication management and patient adherence.
  • Explain two (2) ways to best utilize the skill set of occupational therapists (OTs) for improving medication management.
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