Workshop 2018 | Reducing Disability in Alzheimer's Disease Program (RDAD) in Primary Care | July

Seattle, WA US
July 17, 2018

Advanced practice nurse with a patient who has Alzheimer's Disease.


Now you can DO something for patients with dementia.

Many nurses and NPs think there's not much they can do for patients with dementia. But an innovative intervention developed at the University of Washington has been shown to successfully treat symptoms of dementia. Learn about this proven method at a free workshop offered by the Northwest Research Group on Aging. 


"Before this workshop, I wasn't sure what to tell my patients with dementia. Now, I have something to do that may offer hope to families."

"Training was great!"

"I loved the exercises and strategies to help with agitation behaviors." 


Do you see patients with dementia at your clinic?

If you're an advanced practice nurse or RN who sees patients with dementia or their caregivers, we need your feedback. The University of Washington School of Nursing is conducting a study to investigate a new educational program that integrates into primary care a proven intervention for patients with dementia and their caregivers. We need your input to ensure that this training is relevant and applicable to current practice. 

Please help us advance evidence-based interventions for people with dementia into primary care and other outpatient settings. Participants will earn 5 contact hours of continuing education in nursing for participation and completion of program activities. Teaching methods include lecture, manual and discussion. Registration is free. Refreshments will be provided.

If you're an advanced practice nurse or RN, please click the register button to see if you're eligible for the study and if there's still room in the workshop.

Check registration eligibility for this study.

Earn CE at this free workshop. Breakfast is on us!


Intended Audience

This course is designed for advanced practice nurses and RNs involved in the treatment of patients with dementia and their caregivers.


Objectives for Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify and assess cognitive impairment in primary care patients.
  2. Formulate a comprehensive treatment plan specific to patient and caregiver needs.
  3. Integrate an evidence-based nonpharmacologic intervention into a long term management plan.


Completion Requirements

  • Active participation in the discussion
  • Evaluation
  • Post-Test


Workshop Dates

Get more information about this study.  July 17, 2018

Get more information about this study. September 12, 2018





For more information, please contact the study coordinator:
Amy Cunningham,, 206-616-5550.


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Looking for Your Certificate?

Please check your UWCNE.ORG transcript or contact the study coordinator. Her details are listed above.



Registration is free for eligible participants. Click a Register button ABOVE to be contacted by a study coordinator.

Additional Information

Course summary
Maximum credit available: 
  • 5.00 Contact hours
Event starts: 
07/17/2018 - 8:30am PDT
Event ends: 
07/17/2018 - 1:30pm PDT
Northwest Research Group on Aging
6200 NE 74th St
Magnuson Park Bldg 29 | Conference Room 31
Seattle, WA 98115
United States

Available Credit

  • 5.00 Contact hours
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