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Rehabilitation Nurses Society
Rehabilitation Nurses Society

Our Mission

The Rehabilitation Nurses
Society is a membership
organization for medical care
coordination that provides
continuing education
and networking. The
professional goal of
its members is to advocate
for quality patient care
while utilizing community
resources in a
cost effective manner.
RNS ByLaws Update 9-30-2011
To make reservations for the RNS
December 4th meeting please
contact:
Merrilee De Bry
(714) 280-1816 - (Preferred)
(951) 237-8500 - Cell
mfdebry@gmail.com

RNS MEETING COST:
Members -          $25.00  
Non-members - $35.00
Vegetarian meals
available with prior request

CEU’s: Approved for 2 hours
BRN provider #  01219
CCMC  pending approval
URGENT:
RNS  BY-LAWS CHANGES, NEW RNS TAG LINE BALLOT,
2015-2017 BOARD NOMINEES AND VOTING BALLOT
Please click on links below for revised RNS By-Laws, 2015-2017 RNS Board Nominees
and RNS member's ballot
RNS 2015-2017 Board Nominees & Ballot
RNS Tag Line Ballot
RNS Revised By-Laws 2014


December 7th RNS  Meeting & Luncheon

Topic:
Effects of Chronic Stress on the Brain and Body





Speakers:
Angie Jung, RN, BSN, CRRN, CCM
Cassidy Sharp, Certified Yoga Instructor

Location:
Quiet Cannon Conference and Event Center
901 Via San Clemente, Montebello, CA 90640
Copyright 2017 Rehabilitation Nurses Society. All rights reserved.
Objectives of the Program
At the end of this presentation, the attendants will be able to:
1. Define the general concept of stress and differentiate between eustress and distress
2. Describe the effects of chronic stress on the brain
3. Outline the effects of chronic stress on the body systems
4. List strategies to decrease the negative effects of chronic stress
5. Demonstrate basic yoga techniques for relaxation (participation optional)
To Register Contact

Debbie Morris: dmorris@caremeridian.com or Call (949) 422-8703
or
Debbie Morris c/o RNS 163 Technology Drive, Suite 200 Irvine, CA 92618
Cost
(no refunds for this event)
Members - $25.00
Non-members - $35.00
Vegetarian meal available upon prior request

Target Audience
RN, CCM, other allied health care professionals
Provider approved by the California BRN, Provider # CEP1219, for 2 contact hours
Approved by CCMC for 2 CCM CEs, # 170004488
Agenda
RNS 2017
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EETING DATES:

December 7
Advocates for Quality Healthcare
11:00 - Registration & Networking (note earlier time)
11:30 - Lunch, Networking & Gift Exchange
1:00 - Define general concept of stress, eustress and distress
1:30 - Describe the effects of chronic stress on the brain
1:45 - Describe the effects of chronic stress on the body
2:00 - Strategies to decrease the negative effects of chronic stress
2:30 - Yoga techniques for relaxation
3:00 - Q&A
Angie Jung has nearly 30 years of case management experience with the worker's s
compensation industry. She has served as a nurse case management supervisor, regional
medical product coordinator, and in-service instructor and health care curriculum developer for
professionals in the workers’ compensation and healthcare communities. Angie will discuss
how chronic stress affects the brain and the body, as well as the general concept of stress,
difference between eustress, distress, acute and chronic stress. Techniques for stress
reduction will be reviewed and how this can be applied to self or patient education. Lastly,
certified yoga instructor, Cassidy Sharp, will invite attendees’ participation to yoga techniques
for relaxation and stress relief.