Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM PST
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Pacifica Brewery 
4627 Coast Hwy.
Pacifica, CA 94044

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Golden Gate Association of Health Facilities 


Golden Gate Association of Health Facilities January 2020 Education Presentation:


Please join us for an overview of the new regulations surrounding caring for our residents with any of the mulitple issues of Trauma and Delivery of Care from a resident centered approach. 


About: Participants will be able to understand the multiple life experiences producing trauma and the importance of specific resident centered approaches in delivering care. 

Speaker: Mike Splain, LCSW

Mike has consulted in Long Term Care since 1985, prior to that he worked in Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Forensics. Mike completed his undergraduate work at Santa Clara University and obtained is Masters in Social Work at the University of Utah. He is the author of, "Psycholosical Interventions in Long Term Care...and Advanced Guide" published by Taylor and Francis Group and the author of the Social Services Designee Certification Program presented by the Quality Care Health Foundation of CAHF. Mike's clinical specialty is Hypnotherapy which he integrates into his consulting practice. 

To make your reservation, please click on the "Register Now!" link below.


If you have any questions, please contact me at the email address below.

Thank you for your attention and response, and we look forward to seeing you at our chapter meeting.


Golden Gate Association of Health Facilities






This educational program presents an effective educational in-service on antimicrobial stewardship to licensed nurses in a skilled nursing facility (SNF);  introduces participants to the research process;  and encourages participants to examine the role of the different types of licensed nurses in SNFs.  This is the first research study to differentiate licensed nurses in an antimicrobial stewardship research effort in SNFs.  While the educational program was found significantly effective, research is still needed to elicit the effectiveness of written questionnaires, and the role and competencies needed by licensed nurses in the SNF setting.  In this presentation the instructor shares the results of her recently completed doctoral project.