Webinar – POST Preparedness for Providers
June 22, 2022
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Member Rate – Free
Non-Member Rate – $39
CE’s Offered per webinar: Administrator, SW – 1 hours RN – 1.2 hours
Danielle Sollenberger, Program Manager for the WV Center for End-of-Life Care
Join Danielle Sollenberger for POST form training for skilled and assisted living facilities. Ideal for leaders in LTC to ensure they are knowledgeable about the newest POST form requirements, how to assist residents with a POST form and how to ensure survey results are positive.
- Identify for whom the POST form is appropriate
- Describe how a POST form differs from an advance directive and DNR orders
- Discuss how to have a goals of care conversation
- Understand how to complete a POST form
- Explain common conflicts between POST forms and other advance care planning forms and how to resolve the conflict
Click here to register.
This educational offering is under review for continuing education credits for LTC Administrators (20230621-1-A85546-DL), RNs (50-31624) and Social Workers (SW-400975)
2:00 – 2:05 p.m. Intro
2:05 – 2:55 POST Preparedness Webinar
2:55 – 3:00 Questions & Answers
3:00 – Post Quiz/Evaluation
Handouts provided in post webinar email
Danielle Funk Sollenberger (or just “Danielle Sollenberger”) is the Program Manager for the WV Center for End-of-Life Care. She oversees the daily operations of the Center and the nationally recognized e-Directive Registry. She coordinates educational and community based outreach opportunities to help West Virginia residents and health care providers better understand advance care planning, the Center, and the e-Directive Registry.
She also is a founding member of the WV Serious Illness Coalition and elected WVU Staff Council Member (2021-2023) serving on the executive, legislative, and welfare committees as well as a member at large for the WVU Board of Governors meetings. Danielle serves on many state and national boards including National POLST – Program Assistance Committee, Mountains of Hope – Quality of Life Committee and Cancer Plan content coauthor; ad-hoc member for the WV Network of Ethics Committee; and keynote speaker for the 2022 West Virginia Health Information Management Association conference.
Danielle’s BS and MS degrees are both in Sport and Exercise Psychology with a minor in Disability Studies and academic interest in ethics. Danielle also is an adjunct professor for the WVU Health Informatics and Information Management program, teaching multiple courses including Data Privacy, Confidentiality, and Security; Research; and Registries in Healthcare courses. In 2022, Danielle was one of three authors of WV Senate Bill 470 which was signed into legislation by Governor Jim Justice on March 23, 2022 and enacted major changes to the WV Health Care Decisions Act for the first time in 20 years.