​FOCUS Handouts

Handouts for the FOCUS 2013 Conference and Special Session are now available. Please print out your session handouts. Printed handouts will not be given out at the conference unless indicated below that presenters are "bringing materials to the session."  Please check back for more handouts to be posted.

Information presented in connection with the State of Wisconsin, Division of Quality Assurance's FOCUS 2013 Conference by speakers and exhibitors should not be construed as an endorsement of such information by the State of Wisconsin, Division of Quality Assurance.

 

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 - Special Session

"The Art and Science of Dementia Care Without Drugs" 

Keynote: Reducing Antipsychotic Drug Use Through Person-Centered Dementia Car

10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Breakout A (A1-A10)

A1: Let Me Be Me! Let's Do it Drug Free: Using Culture Change and Resident-Centered Care Approaches to Reduce Medications

A2: Understanding Behaviors of the Different Dementias

A3: Meaningful Engagement, Positive Outcomes

A4: A Consistent Assignment How-to: Overcoming Operational Challenges

A5: Antipsychotics in Long Term Care: Are They a Need or a Want and What's the Alternative?

A6: Delirium: How Do I Recognize It? What Do I Do Next? A Case-Based Approach

A7: Geriatric Sleep in Long Term Care-Can We Get Better ZZZs?

A8: Regulating Pain

  • Presenter will bring copies to the session.

A9: The CMS Hand in Hand Toolkit: What Leaders Need to Know to Support Person-Centered Care

 A10: Forms of Dementia: What We Have Learned from Research

  • No handouts for this session.

12:30 - 2:00 p.m. Breakout B (B1-B10)

B1: Let Me Be Me! Let's Do it Drug Free: Using Culture Change and Resident-Centered Care Approaches to Reduce Medications (repeated from A1)

B2: Discovering the Environmental Differences in Person-Centered Care

B3: Delirium: How Do I Recognize It? What Do I Do Next? A Case-Based Approach (repeated from A6)

B4: Organizational Practices for Engaging Staff in Reducing Antipsychotic Medications

B5: Antipsychotics in Long Term Care: Are They a Need or a Want and What's the Alternative? (repeated from A5)

B6: They Still Have Rights: The Art of Promoting Resident Rights in an Era of Non-Phamacologic Dementia Care

B7: Music and Memory

B8: Geriatric Sleep in Long Term Care-Can We Get Better ZZZs? (repeated from A7)

B9: The CMS Hand in Hand Toolkit: What Leaders Need to Know to Support Person-Centered Care (repeated from A9)

B10: Care That Matters: Providing Person-Centered Dementia Care 

  • Presenter will bring copies to the session.

2:30 - 4:00 p.m. Breakout C (C1-C10)

C1: Let Me Be Me! Let's Do it Drug Free: Using Culture Change and Resident-Centered Care Approaches to Reduce Medications (repeated from A1)
C2: Discovering the Environmental Differences in Person-Centered Care (repeated from B2)
C3: Understanding Behaviors of the Different Dementias (repeated from A2)
C4: Organizational Practices for Engaging Staff in Reducing Antipsychotic Medications (repeated from B4)
C5: Meaningful Engagement, Postitive Outcomes (repeated from A3)
C6: They Still Have Rights: The Art of Promoting Resident Rights in an Era of Non-Phamacologic Dementia Care (repeated from B6)

C7: Music and Memory (repeate from B7)

C8: Regulating Pain (repeated from A8)
  • Presenter will bring copies to the session.
C9: Forms of Dementia: What We Have Learned from Research (repeated from A10)
  • No handouts for this session.
C10: Care That Matters: Providing Person-Centered Dementia Care (repeated from B10)
  • Presenter will bring copies to the session.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 - FOCUS 2013 Conference

"Teach, Learn, Collaborate"

Keynote: Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI): New Program or What We Do Every Day?

  • Handout (18 pages) updated 11-12-13
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10:15 - 11:45 a.m. Breakout D (D1-D10)

D1: Designing and Implementing an Antibiotic Stewardship Program in a Long-Term Care Facility Focusing on A Multidisciplinary Approach

  • Handout (18 pages) updated 11-14-13

D2: Legal and Ethical Aspects of Medical Decision Making and Advance Care Planning

D3: One Size Does NOT Fit All! Nutrition Solutions for Pressure Ulcers: From Frail Older Adults to Obese Individuals

D4: Community-Based Transitional Care Improvement: Reviewing the Roles of Hospitals and Post-Acute Care Providers

  • Presenter will bring copies to the session.

D5: Deep Tissue: The State of the Science

D6: Assessing Medication Appropriateness in the Elderly: Focus on Beers Criteria

D7: A.S.P.E.N. Enteral Nutrition Practice Recommendations: Applying Them to Your Practice

D8: Diabetes Management in Health Care: Whose Responsibility is it Anyway?

D9: Delirium - An Enormous Under-recognized Problem of Even Bigger Consequences

D10: Dementia and Depression

12:45 - 2:15 p.m. Breakout E (E1-E10)

E1: Legal and Ethical Aspects of Medical Decision Making and Advance Care Planning (repeated from D2)

E2: Differentiating Geriatric Depression and Grief in Long Term Care Settings

  • No handouts for this session.

E3: One Size Does NOT Fit All! Nutrition Solutions for Pressure Ulcers: From Frail Older Adults to Obese Individuals (repeated from D3)

E4: Community-Based Transitional Care Improvement: Reviewing the Roles of Hospitals and Post-Acute Care Providers (repeated from D4)

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E5: Deep Tissue: The State of the Science (repeated from D5)

E6: Diabetes Management in Health Care: Whose Responsibility is it Anyway? (repeated from D8)

E7: Redefining Adult Malnutrition: Where Are We Now?

  • Handout (17 pages) updated 11-14-13

E8: 7 Ways to Prevent a Crisis

  • No handouts for this session.

E9: Delirium - An Enormous Under-recognized Problem of Even Bigger Consequences (repeated from D9)

E10: Wisconsin Coalition for Collaborative Excellence in Assisted Living (WCCEAL)

2:30 - 4:00 p.m. Breakout E (F1-F10) 

F1: Designing and Implementing an Antibiotic Stewardship Program in a Long-Term Care Facility Focusing on A Multidisciplinary Approach (repeated from D1)

  • Handout (18 pages) updated 11-14-13

F2: Behavioral Disturbances in Dementia: Treatment Choices

  • No handouts for this session.

F3: Minimizing Relocation Stress through Discharge Planning

F4: DQA Perspective on Assisted Living Complaints

F5:  HIPAA for LTC: New Rules Signal a Need to Review (or create) Compliance Policies

F6: Assessing Medication Appropriateness in the Elderly: Focus on Beers Criteria (repeated from D6)

F7: Redefining Adult Malnutrition: Where Are We Now? (repeated from E7)

  • Handout (17 pages) updated 11-14-13

F8: Whose Life Is It, Anyway?

F9: On the Road with the Kenosha County Care Transitions Coalition

F10: Legal Protections for Persons with Dementia