Archived webinars can be accessed on the Hartford Institute's e-learning center.


November 6, 2014

Medication Compliance and Adherence and the Older Adult
in partnership with NGNA

1:00pm- 2:00pm EST

Caryl Mayo MS, RN, FNGNA
Assoc Professor Nursing
University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College


November 20, 2014

Eliminating the Use of Antipsychotic Medication-- It Can't be Done without Professional Nursing
in partnership with Pioneer Network

12:00pm- 1:00pm EST

Christine Mueller, PhD, RN, FAAN
Long-term CareNursing Professor, University of Minnesota, School of Nursing

Melissa Batchelor-Aselage, PhD, RN-BC, FNP-BC
Assistant Professor, Duke University School of Nursing

December 3, 2014 

Current Controversies in Ethics, Law and Nursing: Confronting Challenges in Health Care Ethics for Those Care for Older Adults

In Partnership with NGNA

1:00pm- 2:00pm EST

Gloria Ramsey, JD, RN, FAAN- Associate Professor,Graduate School of Nursing;
Director, Community Research Engagement, Center for Health Disparities
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

December 10, 2014 

Dementia and Oral Health 

In Partnership with OHNEP and NICHE

1:00pm- 2:00pm EST

Pamela Stein, DMD, MPH
Associate Professor, Division of Public Health Dentistry
University of Kentucky College of Dentistry
Lexington, Kentucky

Rita Jablonski, PhD, RN, ANP
Associate Director
UAB School of Nursing

Elaine Amella, PhD, RN, FAAN
College of Nursing
Medical University of South Carolina

December 11, 2014 

Teamwork: Nurses and Nursing Assistants Working Together to Provide Person-Centered Care 

In Partnership with Pioneer Network

2:00pm-3:00pm EDT


Mary Ellen Dellefield, Ph.D. R.N
Research Nurse Scientist
VA San Diego Healthcare System.



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Webinar Series


The Hartford Instiute for Geriatric Nursing has partnered with several organizations and experts to develop webinars for healthcare professionals in order to improve the care that older adults receive.  Please find the list of upcoming webinars in the left hand panel.   Recordings of all webinars will be archived on the Hartford Institute e-Learning center.  ACCESS ARCHIVED WEBINARS!

  HIGN/ NGNA Webinar Series

The webinars, presented by expert faculty from NGNA and HIGN, will present clinical topics relevant to improving the delivery of healthcare to older adults, covering topics such as patient- and family-centered care approach to delirium, fall prevention, medication management, and diabetes management.  Partners of HIGN and members of NGNA will be able to access these webinars and other resources developed by the Hartford Institute, including the Geronotological Nursing Certification Review Course and other online learning modules, at discounted rates. 

The New York University College of Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Oral Health Webinar Series

This oral health webinar series was developed in partnership with the Oral Health Nursing Education and Practice Initiative(OHNEP) and in collaboration wtih NICHE Nurses Improving Care for Healthsytem Elders. This new series will address and promote interprofessional oral health, and provide tools and education that healthcare professionals can use to improve the quality of oral healthcare that older adults receive. Each webinar, 1 hour in length, will provide nursing continuing education.

There will be four parts to this series. 

The Pivotal Role of Nurses in Assuring Quality and Person-Directed Care: A Webinar Series

in partnership with the Pioneer Network

All nursing homes have licensed nurses, but what makes their role unique and important? Are their roles to do tasks that nursing assistants usually cannot do such as administer medications and treatments? Have you ever considered the residents' professional nursing care needs and if they were being met? This webinar series introduces you to an evidence-based framework—a nursing practice model which includes person directed care principles-- that can be used to guide the organization and delivery of nursing care in long-term care settings. Using the nursing practice model as a framework, the webinar sessions will target current issues such as reduction of hospitalization and antipsychotic medications for residents living with dementia. The webinar series will conclude with how nurses and nursing assistants can best work together to provide person-centered care.


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