1199SEIU/City Fund LPN Course-Renal Involvement and Disease Pathology: Connecting the Dots

Anyone can get kidney disease, but some things can make it more likely to happen to you. 1 in 3 adults in the United States are at risk for getting kidney disease. There are many causes of kidney failure such as low perfusion, Sepsis, fluid loss, organ damage, Diabetes, commonly used medications and more.  Renal failure can also change the pathophysiology of multiple organs making it a commonly seen co-morbidity in a variety of patients. This highly interactive program is for all nurses, regardless of practice area. Content covered includes but is not limited to care of the patient with Acute/Chronic Kidney impairment/failure, Kidney stones, Glomerulonephritis, UTI and more.

Faculty: Jeannine Sherwood, PhD, RN has a rich nursing services background specializing in wound and ostomy care where her clients often if not always have primary or co-morbid renal disease pathology. Dr Sherwood is faculty at Lehman College and CNR in their NP programs. Among others, she holds certifications in Wound Care, BCLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, IV/Phlebotomy, and is a PMCS Trainer.

Program Details:

Wednesday, November 20, 2019:  One Day Certificate Program

Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Venue:  1199TEF Learning Center, 330 West 42nd Street (Between 8th and 9 Avenues), 4th Floor, Room 10, New York, NY 10036

Seats for this program will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Registration deadline is Monday, November 18, 2019.  


This is an 1199/City Education Fund sponsored program.  No out-of-pocket cost for 1199/City Fund members.

In order to participate in this program, you must have

  • Been a full-time or part-time pharmacist for at least one year at a New York City agency/facility participating in the 1199SEIU/City of New York Education, Child and Eldercare Fund.

Fund Contact:

For any questions please contact Ronaldeen.Julla@1199funds.org

Visit www.1199SEIUBenefits.org/city for details on all of the programs and services offered by the 1199SEIU/City of New York Education, Child and Elder Care Fund.

For any questions please contact Ronaldeen.Julla@1199funds.org



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