The Basics of the Omaha System (Workshop) – April 27 2018, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
April 27, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm CDT| $155.00
This will be an introductory/refresher workshop that includes discussion and practice applying the Omaha System to case study data (see sample case studies on www.omahasystem.org). This is an opportunity for clinicians, managers, faculty, students, and programmers/IT staff who are considering or are currently using the Omaha System standardized terminology.
Presenter: Karen S. Martin, RN, MSN, FAAN
Hosts: Juneau County Health Department (4/26); UWI- Milwaukee College of Nursing, Milwaukee, WI (4/27)
When: April 26 (Thursday) or 27 (Friday)
- 4/26: Juneau County Health Department, 200 Hickory St., Mauston, WI 54398
- 4/27: UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing, 1921 E. Hartford Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53211
Registration: $155.00; limited to 50. Includes lunch and 5.5 contact hrs
Note: Bring your license numbers with you. This continuing nursing activity was approved by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
To register: Contact Karen Martin at 402-333-1962 or firstname.lastname@example.org; mail check payable to: Martin Associates, 5711 N 167 Ave Circle., Omaha NE 68116. For cancellation and a refund, send written notice at least 2 weeks before the workshop.
- 8:30-9:00: Registration
- 9:00-9:15: Welcome and Introductions
- 9:15-11:15: Overview of the Omaha System
- 11:15-12:30: Group Practice
- 12:30-1:00: Lunch
- 1:00-2:30: Practice
- 2:30-3:20: Users and Discussion
- 3:20-3:30: Wrap-up; Complete Evaluations
Essential Points for Participants:
1. The three parts of the Omaha System are the Problem Classification Scheme, the Intervention Scheme, and the Problem Rating Scale for Outcomes.
2. Various benefits are associated with using an organized framework for the practice, documentation, and management of interdisciplinary health care services.
3. Accurate and consistent application of the Omaha System to case study client data is an important skill for users.
4. Three or more types of groups that use the Omaha System.
For more about the Omaha System, review www.omahasystem.org. If possible, bring a copy of The Omaha System: A Key to Practice, Documentation, and Information Management (2005) to the workshop. To order books, see www.healthconnectionspress.com. A limited number of books will be available for purchase at the workshop.