Fundamentals of Restorative Care
For Allied Healthcare Professionals
This unique course was designed to meld the principles of Nursing Process with the concepts, and methods of Restorative Nursing Care and rehabilitation. As a profession, we can integrate the medical model of treating broken body parts with the art and science of Holistic Nursing to promote health, assist healing, prevent and, or alleviate suffering.
Restorative care is not a new process, rather it is a fresh variation on old concepts of nursing process and holistic medicine, to maximize patient outcomes. My goal in writing this course was to inspire the learner to consider everyday encounters with patients though fresh eyes, and to incorporate these fully integrated nursing practices into everyday patient care. The information described here can be applied to routine patient care provided in virtually any health care setting, from hospitals to long-term care facilities, and clients’ homes to outpatient clinics.
Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will be awarded twenty-four (24) contact hours from this provider. These contact hours may be applied toward license renewal for any licensure board that accepts California Board of Registered Nursing contact hours.
Disclaimer: This continuing education offering is a CA BRN approved continuing education course which does not lead to an occupation and is not accredited by ABHES, our accreditation bureau.
Who should consider this course:
RN – Registered Nurses
LVN – Licensed Vocational Nurses
LPN – Licensed Practical Nurses
CNA’s – Certified Nursing Assistants
CHT’s – Certified Hemodialysis Nurses
MA’s – Medical Assistants
HHA – Home Health Aids
Other Allied Healthcare Professionals