Jul 11, 2018
What's the most important tool you can use for your patients in the diagnosis and treatment of dementia? And what nonpharmacological approaches work as well—if not better—than antidepressants? Learn about the connection between depression, diabetes and dementia, and the steps you and your patients can take to change behaviors and improve outcomes.
The lecture was recorded in March 2018 by UW Continuing Nursing Education at the Diabetes Update Conference in Seattle, WA.
Handout is available when you register for contact hours. (See above.)
Timothy Meeks, MN, RN-BC
Medical Surgical Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Clinical Education, UW Medicine/Harborview Medical Center, Seattle
More from Timothy Meeks: https://www.uwcne.org/online-education/online/med-surg-mental-health
"Impressive speaker with a great balance of humor and practical advice."
"Timothy gave us some great evidence-based information that will inform my practice going forward."
"The parts about planting the seed and iterating and reiterating is good for all our patients, not just the ones with cognitive issues."