Rehabilitation Nursing Interventions for Common
An Evidence-Based Approach
Rehabilitation Nursing Interventions for Common Challenges: An
Evidence-Based Approach presents actual or potential patient health
problems related to the specialty practice of rehabilitation nursing
as identified by the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN;
2008) Standards and Scope of Rehabilitation Nursing Practice.
Rather than present a nursing diagnosis for each chapter,
this publication will present common problems in an
evidence-based format. At the end of each chapter, you will be
prompted to click on a link that will enable you to complete a
Progress Quiz. The quiz will load in a new window in your
browser. Once you have completed the Progress Quiz, close that
window and proceed to the next chapter.
When you have read every chapter and have completed each
Progress Quiz, click the final link at the end of the eBook to
attempt the Final Assessment. Completing the Final Assessment
with a grade of at least 80% will enable you to earn 8 contact
Upon successful completion of the Final Assessment, the CE
certificate will automatically be issued to you. You can redo
the Final Assessment, if necessary, to achieve the passing
Upon completion the learner will be able to:
· Describe common problems in rehabilitation nursing
· Evaluate and consider changes to improve rehabilitation
nursing practice based on the scientific evidence
8 Contact Hours
The Association of Rehabilitation Nurses is accredited with
distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the
American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on
Nurses, nurse managers, educators, case managers, nurse techs,
PPS coordinators, speech language pathologists, physical
therapists, occupational therapists, and any other team member
in settings including Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities
(IRFs), Long-Term Care Hospitals (LTCHs), Skilled Nursing
Facilities (SNFs), and Home Health Agencies (HHAs).
A staff member, volunteer, or family member who has an
affiliation with a commercial company must declare that
relationship in advance of involvement with an education
activity that could be used as a forum to promote the interest
of that company and its products.
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