Podcast | Nursing Today | S1:E11 | RDAD: Reducing Disability in Alzheimer's Disease

Episode 11 - RDAD: Reducing Disability in Alzheimer's Disease

Broadcast date: September 12, 2018

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 and upcoming UW training opportunities for healthcare professionals.


Christina Coulter, PhD, ARNP

Research Scientist, University of Washington School of Nursing,
Nurse Practitioner, Internal Medicine, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle


"I like that this podcast highlighted the positive for caregivers, that they 'have something they can do' to reduce the decline of functional ability."

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