Issues Related to Self-Management Support for Common Chronic Illness: Diabetes Mellitus, High Blood Pressure, and Depression 0.5 CNE


Given the increasing need for self-management support in various populations, precision interventions based on meaningful, practical psychosocial phenotyping can enhance the effectiveness of such programs, reduce financial and social costs, and improve quality of life among the most vulnerable. The following video aims to provide education on the evolvingscientific area of chronic disease management such as psychosocial phenotyping as personalization strategy of an intervention. evolving scientific area of chronic disease management using psychosocial phenotyping as a method of personalizing intervention.
 
 
Accreditation Statement: University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
 
Requirements for Successful Completion: To receive contact hours for this continuing education activity, the participant must complete the entire online module and complete and submit the evaluation form. Once the evaluation form has been submitted, a “Certificate of Successful Completion” will be awarded for 0.5 contact hours and will be available in your Learning Express account under "View/Print CE Credit".

Learning outcome: Registered nurses will report desire to change practice related to knowledge increase regarding empowering patients to use health technology to address chronic disease self-management. Focus will be on challenges specific to the aging population, youth, and underserved populations, exploring digital health research possibilities and limitations within the framework of ethical and legal boundaries.
 
The activity’s Nurse Planner has determined that no one who has the ability to control the content of this CNE activity – planning committee members and presenters/authors/content reviewers – has a conflict of interest.   
 
This activity expires May 1, 2024
 
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Fee

$10.00

CE Hours

0.50

CE Units

0.050

Activity Type

  • Knowledge

Target Audience(s)

  • Registered Nurses
  • Researchers

 

 

Given the increasing need for self-management support in various populations, precision interventions based on meaningful, practical psychosocial phenotyping can enhance the effectiveness of such programs, reduce financial and social costs, and improve quality of life among the most vulnerable. The following video aims to provide education on the evolvingscientific area of chronic disease management such as psychosocial phenotyping as personalization strategy of an intervention. evolving scientific area of chronic disease management using psychosocial phenotyping as a method of personalizing intervention. 
 

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

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Miyong Kim, PhD
Professor, UT Austin


Brief Bio : Miyong Kim, RN, PhD, FAAN, FAHA, is inaugural Associate Vice President of Community Health Engagement at UT Austin. She is a translational researcher who has built a strong program of research focused on community-based participatory research (CBPR) as a means of reducing cardiovascular related health disparities among traditionally undeserved ethnic minority populations. Dr. Kim’s research program examines the effectiveness of self-care strategies for improving health outcomes and overcoming racial, ethnic and social disparities in healthcare. She has conducted several important descriptive studies to explore and better define barriers and facilitators to equitable care for racial and ethnic minority populations. She also has conducted more than 40 externally funded intervention studies including six NIH funded clinical trials to improve minority health and published over 150 publications on high impact scientific journals. Dr. Kim’s research links community building strategies and health outcomes for individuals from under-served communities; her work continues to inform the researchers and clinicians to find community based evidence materials that deliver high quality, equitable care to increasingly diverse patient populations.

Release Date: May 1, 2022
Credit Expiration Date: May 1, 2024

CE Hours

0.50

Fee

$10.00