Supporting the Patient's Journey: Living with an Ostomy
February 1st, 2012
We are delighted to announce that the presentations - slides and accompanying audio - for the entire program that was held on Friday, October 21, 2011. “Supporting the Patient’s Journey: Living with an Ostomy” are now available here.
Topics include: Patient Advocacy, Ostomy Preoperative Patient/Family Education, Peristomal Skin Conditions; Surgical Procedures and Stoma Complications; Dietary Myths and Management; Emotional Support; Transitioning from the Hospital to Home and Special Ostomy Care Needs for the Elder.
A presentation menu appears referring the viewer to each speaker, topic and a brief statement about the subject. Because the files are large (slides with audio) it does take about 45-60 sec to load.
Please use the arrows to move between the slides after the speaker has finished speaking about the visible slide.
Kathryn Kozell, RN, MScN, APN, CETN(C)
Clinical Nurse Specialist/Manager
Rachel M. Flood Education Program
t 416-586-4800 ext. 8359