Managing Patients with Long-Term Effects of COVID-19
We offer a free complete 66-minute webinar, as well as 4 Quick Videos of key highlights. You can register for the complete webinar here; you can watch the Quick Videos below. In these videos, you will learn about the people who contract COVID-19 and continue to experience symptoms and negative impact after their initial recovery. These people have been called "long haulers.” This includes a variety of possible symptoms, including cognitive impairment, fatigue, headaches, shortness of breath, and kidney dysfunction and many others.
Managing Patients with Long-Term Effects of COVID-19: Nursing Priorities and Interventions
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Prolonged COVID-19 Sequelae
This 7-minute quick video examines types and presentation of prolonged COVID-19 sequelae; disease mechanism of prolonged symptoms; and treatment goals for patients experiencing prolonged symptoms
Helping Families Care for Patients
This 13-minute quick video examines home management of these patients; the impact on family caregivers and how to help; how to effectively use the Teach-Back Method.
Patient Education Materials
This 13-minute quick video reviews valuable patient education materials and how to use them effectively.
Important Home Management Aspects
This 13-minute quick video presents important aspects of home management including education, follow-up appointments, day-to-day aspects of recovering at home, home adaptations.
Mary Ellen Hatch, MSN, RN, CRRN
Vice President, Nursing Operations, Encompass Health Corporation. Over 35 years of nursing experience, including 26 years in rehabilitation practice. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Nursing Leadership and Administration and is certified as a rehabilitation nurse. Chair of Encompass Health’s Infection Prevention Task Force, she serves on the ARN Board of Directors. and on the Continuum of Care Committee for the American Organization for Nursing Leadership.
Michelle Camicia, PhD, RN, CRRN, CCM, NEA-BC, FAHA, FARN, FAAN
Director, Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center. Past president of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses. Published the ANA White Paper on The Value of Nursing Care Coordination and the ARN White Paper on The Essential Role of the Rehabilitation Nurse in Facilitating Care Transitions for Individuals with Disabling Conditions. Her current research focuses on preparing family caregivers for their role prior to hospital discharge.
Kendra McMillan, MPH, RN
Kendra is a Senior Policy Advisor in the Department of Nursing Practice and Work Environment at the American Nurses Association. She is a Licensed Registered Nurse with a master’s degree in Public Health.
Made possible by the generosity of the American Nurses Foundation and in partnership with the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses