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Betty Clark

BSN, MEd, RN, CRRN

Betty brings more than 40 years of neurological and rehabilitation nursing expertise to her courses and seminars. She started as a bedside neuro nurse after graduating with her BSN from the University of Virginia.

She developed a passion for teaching patients and their families how to live with a disability. She expanded her teaching to nurses after completing her MEd at the University of Virginia. Her career path has included academia, home health administration, staff development, consulting, and research. She became a certified rehabilitation registered nurse (CRRN) in 1989. In the past 30 years, she has taught many CRRN review courses nationally and internationally.

Betty has presented at national Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN) conferences, on sexuality issues for persons with disabilities, CRRN review, and numerous other rehabilitation topics. She has received recognition as both Rehabilitation Educator and Administrator of the Year. She was chosen as one of the top 10 nurses in the Houston area in June 2016. Recently, she has provided private home care for a patient with both malnutrition and dysphagia aspiration and for an ALS patient with a G-tube.

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Enteral Nutrition for the Post-Acute Patient/Resident

Presented by Betty Clark, BSN, MEd, RN, CRRN

Enteral Nutrition for the Post-Acute Patient/Resident

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Video Runtime: 43 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 23 Minutes

This course will provide nurses in rehabilitation settings with an evidenced-based overview of enteral nutrition support. It will address benefits, routes for access devices, feeding methods, and enteral formulas. Complications, interventions, and long-term considerations related to maintenance of feeding tubes will also be discussed. This course is appropriate for nurses working in post-acute care settings.

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Nutrition Part 1: Assessment and Psychosocial Challenges

Presented by Betty Clark, BSN, MEd, RN, CRRN

Nutrition Part 1: Assessment and Psychosocial Challenges

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Video Runtime: 25 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

This course is Part 1 of a two-part series on post-acute nutrition. This course gives nurses an overview of management of nutritional needs of post-acute patients/residents. These patients can range from being debilitated and undernourished to experiencing complications of obesity. Some of the nutrition issues addressed in this course are: oral health, dehydration, malnutrition, obesity, and energy needs. A suggested nutritional assessment and nursing interventions are included. This course is appropriate for nurses working in any setting, but particularly those in post-acute settings.

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Nutrition Part 2: Diseases, Injuries, and Medication Challenges

Presented by Betty Clark, BSN, MEd, RN, CRRN

Nutrition Part 2: Diseases, Injuries, and Medication Challenges

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Video Runtime: 23 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

This is Part 2 of this series on rehabilitation nutrition. Some of the nutrition challenges addressed in this course are: sarcopenia, dysphagia, weight loss, positioning, eating environment, GI disturbances, and stress associated with critical illness. Common diet restrictions seen in many chronic illnesses, such as cardiopulmonary or renal disease, are presented. Nursing/team interventions related to impaired nutrition are included. This course is appropriate for nurses working in any setting, but particularly for those in acute rehabilitation, long-term care, and home health care.

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