Vision Loss: A Patient-Centered Approach to Care

About This Program

Patient-centered care coordination is a core competency for nursing practice across patient populations and settings. During this one-hour program, learn how to recognize signs of vision impairment in your patients, talk with them about vision loss, and initiate appropriate follow-up care.

Who May Benefit

  • Nurses
  • Care Managers

What Is Covered

Through this program, you will:

  • Recognize the impact of vision loss on patients’ activities, safety, social participation, well-being, and health.
  • Identify approaches for identifying patients with potential vision loss.
  • Communicate with patients regarding rehabilitation options to address the impact of vision loss on their daily activities.

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