Program Evaluation for CDM for Nurses - October 10, 2018 12345 Thank you for taking the time to complete this CME evaluation. Your feedback is very important to the program director. You will receive your certificate as a PDF attachment via email within two (2) weeks of submission. The subject line will be "CDM for Nurses 2018 Certificate". Name and degrees/credentials*Please enter your name exactly as you would like it to appear on your certificate, including degrees and/or credentials. Your evaluation answers will be kept strictly confidential. Name and degrees/credentials Email Address*You will receive your certificate as a PDF attachment via email from Promedica International within two (2) weeks of submission. The subject line will be "CDM for Nurses 2018 CE Certificate". Enter Email Confirm Email Type of Certificate* Nursing CE Contact Hours No Credit Needed Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #CEP8495, for 5.2 contact hours for the Cardiovascular Disease Management for Nurses: Best Practices in Patient Care Symposium.Number of Contact Hours*Please enter a number from 1 to 5.2.Nursing License Number*Enter your nursing license number to be included on your certificate. Overall comments on the symposiumPlease note any changes in patient care that you intend to make based on information presented at the symposium. Your comments are very helpful in planning future programs to meet your educational needs.Presentation Review Rate how well you feel each talk addressed the objectives.Clinical Nursing Series: Care of the Patient with Heart Failure (HF/CHF)*Speaker: Curtis Townsend, RN, BSN Learning Objectives:After attending this lecture, participants should be able to: 1) Correlate selected cardiovascular structures with functional elements of the cardiovascular system 2) Discuss the definitions, etiology, pathophysiology, and clinical manifestations of HF 3) Compare and contrast the American College of Cardiology Foundation (ACCF), American Heart Association (AHA), and the New York Heart Association (NYHA) classes of HF 4) Examine specific SWG ICD-10 DRGs related to HF 5) Integrate the nursing process and collaborative treatment/management of HF 6) Evaluate current innovations in treatment strategies for patients with HF Excellent Good Fair Poor Comments on Clinical Nursing Series: Care of the Patient with Heart Failure (HF/CHF)Decreasing Readmission Rates for HF and MI*Speaker: Sharon Morgan, DNP, FNP-BC, AGACNP-BCLearning Objectives:After attending this lecture, participants should be able to: 1) Understand the RED discharge toolkit 2) Discuss the TCM codes and how to use them 3) Understand different ways to decrease readmission rates of HF and MI patients 4) Integrate different ways to involve other staff members to have better access to care for their cardiology patients Excellent Good Fair Poor Comments on Decreasing Readmission Rates for HF and MIQuality Improvement and Your Cardiology Service Line*Speaker: Maghee Disch, MSN, RN, CNL, CHFN, AACCLearning Objectives:After attending this lecture, participants should be able to: 1) Discuss current trends in cardiology as a service line 2) Define quality measures, metrics, and data 3) Offer strategies for improvement 4) Learn how to implement and evaluate quality initiatives Excellent Good Fair Poor Comments on Quality Improvement and Your Cardiology Service LineHTN Management Strategies*Marci Farquhar-Snow, MN, RN, CCRN, CMC, ACNP-BC, AACCLearning Objectives:After attending this lecture, participants should be able to: 1) Describe blood pressure (BP) targets based on current evidence 2) Evaluate how hypertension (HTN) interacts with comorbidities and physiological changes 3) Formulate HTN management strategies to achieve target goals using case studies Excellent Good Fair Poor Comments on HTN Management Strategies Overall Program ReviewScientific content of the program* Excellent Good Fair Poor Quality of the presentations and faculty* Excellent Good Fair Poor Quality of program organization* Excellent Good Fair Poor Quality of the facilities* Excellent Good Fair Poor CommentDid you hear anything in the presentations that favored a specific product or company, not backed by clinical data?***If the answer is yes, it is important that you note the lecture/speaker and product concerned in the space provided. No Yes Please CommentMaximum of 500 characters permtted Needs AssessmentWhat method of learning do you prefer?You may select more than one option if applicable. Articles DVDs Labs Lectures Webcasting Workshops Other Methods Information about "other" What location do you prefer for a meetingYou may select more than one option if applicable. Hospital Hotel Resort Other Location Information about "other" PhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.