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Social workers in post-acute care act as liaisons between the patient and the care community. They are tasked with coordinating patients with their medical team and ensuring patients safely transition back to their community after discharge. This CE bundle will provide social workers with the fundamental skills they need in post-acute care: Relias Learning, LLC, #1273, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Relias Learning, LLC maintains responsibility for the program. ASWB Approval Period: 2/10/2018-2/10/2021. Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval for continuing education credits.A First Look Into Integrated Care for Primary Care StaffA Study of the Grief Process for Health ProfessionalsAbout End of Life: CommunicationAlzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders: Behavior ManagementAlzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders for Homecare WorkersBasics of Spinal Cord InjuriesBehavioral Health and Older AdultsBrain Injury: An OverviewCare Management to Increase Access and Decrease ReadmissionsCare Planning in Nursing FacilitiesCaring for Patients with End Stage Neurological DiseasesChildren and Domestic ViolenceCognitive and Psychological Interventions for Parkinson's DiseaseCommon Mental Health Conditions in VeteransComplementary Approaches to Pain ManagementControlled Substances: Implications for Drug Diversion, SUD, and Pain ManagementCoordination of Care in Home HealthCrisis Prevention and Planning for the Case ManagerCultural Competence and Humility in Palliative CareData-Based and Analytical Decision Making in Case ManagementDiscussions about Grief, Loss, Death, and DyingEffective Communication: What Supervisors Need to KnowEffective Strategies for Achieving CostEnd of Life Care: Ethics for Social WorkersEnd of Life Cultural Considerations: Religion and SpiritualityEssentials of ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Reporting for Hospice Providers Ethical Considerations for Palliative CareFlorida Alzheimer’s Disease or Related Disorders (Nursing Home/Hospice)Hepatitis: The ABCsHIV: BasicHIV: Beyond the BasicsHome Health Coverage and EligibilityHome Health PDGM and OASIS-D1Hospice and Advanced DementiaHospice Assessment Tools and Comparative DocumentationHospice Care: Managing Symptoms at the End of LifeHospice Conditions of Participation: An OverviewHospice Face-to-Face EncountersHospice in Long Term Care: Hospice Philosophy of CareHospice ReferralsHuman Trafficking: Forced LaborHuman Trafficking: Sexual ExploitationIdentifying And Preventing Child Abuse And NeglectImplementing QAPI Programs in Nursing FacilitiesIntroduction to Care Coordination and Case ManagementLeadership in Long-Term Care: The HowLeadership in Long-Term Care: The WhyManaging Depression in Older AdultsManaging Family Conflict in HospiceManaging Power and InfluenceMental Status Changes: A Clinical and Spiritual PerspectiveMusic Therapy and Other Creative Arts TherapiesPalliative vs. Hospice CarePayer Perspective: AdherencePayer Perspective: Adherence for CliniciansPayer Perspective: Asthma/COPDPayer Perspective: Care Coordination of Chronic DiseasesPayer Perspective: Care Coordination of Chronic Diseases for CliniciansPayer Perspective: Comorbidity ManagementPayer Perspective: Comorbidity Management (Physical and Behavioral)Payer Perspective: Comorbidity Management (Physical and Behavioral) for CliniciansPayer Perspective: Diabetes ManagementPayer Perspective: Hypertension/CAD/CHFPhysical, Psychosocial, and Spiritual Symptoms at the End of LifePreventing Avoidable Rehospitalization in Long Term CareProfessional Boundaries and Ethics in HospiceProfessional Boundaries in HealthcareProviding Optimal Care and Comfort at the End of Life: Alzheimer's DiseaseRecognizing and Preventing Domestic ViolenceSexual Harassment: What Supervisors Need to KnowSpirituality at the End of LifeSupporting End-of-Life Decision MakingThe Aging ProcessThe Interdisciplinary Group, the Care Planning Process, and Coordination of Services in HospiceThe Legal Aspects of DocumentationThe Survey Process for Nursing FacilitiesTransitioning into Hospice Clinical WorkTrauma-Informed CareUnderstanding NorovirusUnderstanding the IDG, the Plan of Care, Conditions of ParticipationValue Based PaymentsValue Based PurchasingWorkplace Discrimination: What Supervisors Need to Know