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6th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 27-29, 2022 | Orlando, USA

October 27 -29, 2022 | Orlando, Florida, USA
NWC 2018

Dianne L. Sagehorn

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2018 - Dianne L. Sagehorn
MT Sinai Hospital and Capella University, United States
Title : When is does maintaining life in a patient with no neurological status become mental health or social treatment only for caregivers and reimbursement for organizations?

Abstract:

Discussion involves maintaining extremes of life saving treatments to maintain life in patients who are chronically ill with infection and neurologically devastated a case study in ethics related to nursing and medical management in the United States. Discusses patients’ rights vs rights of family and medical decision makers.

Audience Take Away:

  • Understand the extremes taken to maintain life in patients with no quality for family.
  • Will understand the need to involve ethics in the early decision process.
  • Will understand the wishes of the patient are often ignored with respect to living wills, and DNR/DNI status.

Biography:

Dianne Sagehorn has worked a nurse in many capacities for the last 27 years as staff RN, Manager, home health case management, insurance Utilization Review, Education, Lactation specialist, pediatric nr. Ms. Sagehorn is currently pursuing her DNP through Cappella University and works as an ICU Staff Nurse at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC. In addition to these endeavor’s, Ms. Sagehorn has written several books: A Guide to Getting the Best Health Care, Understanding the System and Communicating Your Needs, Nancy Nurse: So, You Really Want to Be a Nurse? Both available through Amazon. Ms. Sagehorn can also be heard educating new nurses via a new Podcast called Nurses Rock Your Health. http://nursesrockyourhealth.libsyn.com

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