Nursing Solutions: Improving Caregiver Strain through Science and Model Interventions

Nursing Solutions: Improving Caregiver Strain through Science and Model Interventions

Publication date: Nov 14, 2019

Overview: Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a chronic, progressive neurologic disorder, with a disease trajectory of decades in many cases. Research over the last 15-20 years, shows that the gradual loss of patient autonomy has a negative impact on the life of the caregiver resulting in decreased mental and physical health and a decline in quality of life. Utilizing existing research, this online seminar will provide a framework for assessing caregiver strain and identifying potential interventions. One model intervention will be described, i.e. the use of PHOTOVOICE to assist caregivers in talking about difficult issues they face.

Presenters:

Julie Carter, MS, RN, ANP

Professor of Neurology

Oregon Health Sciences University

Portland, OR

Joyce Bredesen, DNP, PHN, RN

Associate Professor

Metropolitan State University

St. Paul, MN

March 27, 2018

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