CME CE

CEUL099563 - Beverly Drake Symposium: Spinal Cord Injury – Bladder, Bowel, Sexuality & Reproduction

Offered By
University Of Kansas Hospital

3910 Rainbow Blvd
Kansas City, KS  66160  USA
  913.588.6930
  hwingate@kumc.edu

Course Description:

Course Description:
Join experienced clinicians from The University of Kansas Health System for this one-day virtual course exploring how bladder, bowel, sexuality and reproduction are impacted for patients with spinal cord injuries. Participants will learn about anatomical and physiological considerations, as well as best practices for assessment, medical treatment, and therapeutic interventions for this patient population.

Course Objectives:
Learners will be able to...
Bladder Management:
•   Describe neurogenic bladder and various management techniques for patients with spinal cord injury.
•   Understand the risk of autonomic dysreflexia with neurogenic bladder.
Bowel Management:
•   Describe neurogenic bowel and various management techniques for patients with spinal cord injury.
•   Understand the risk of autonomic dysreflexia with neurogenic bowel.
Male Sexuality and Reproductive Management:
•   Explain the neurological pathway for male reproductive and sexual function.
•   Demonstrate how the effects of different spinal cord injury levels results in different reproductive and sexual dysfunction in men.
•   Explain the different treatments for reproductive and sexual dysfunction in men with spinal cord injury.
Female Sexuality and Reproductive Management:
•   Describe female reproductive system anatomy.
•   Recognize sexual health considerations following spinal cord injury.
•   Discuss fertility and reproduction considerations for patients with a spinal cord injury.
Therapeutic Interventions for Bladder, Bowel, Sexuality, Reproduction and Childcare:
•   Describe the role of therapy in addressing topics of bowel, bladder, sexuality and childcare with individuals with spinal cord injury.
•   Identify useful adaptive equipment and DME for bowel and bladder care for individuals with spinal cord injury.
•   Describe techniques used to promote independence in clothing management when addressing toileting for individuals with spinal cord injury.
•   Identify therapeutic interventions to be considered when addressing sexuality and spinal cord injury.
•   Describe adaptive techniques and modifications that would enable individuals with spinal cord injury increased independence for childcare activities.

CEU Credits: 5.000

Type of Course: In Person

Course Dates To Be Offered:

Oct 15, 2022 to Oct 15, 2022 | Kansas City KS

CME CE

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