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Cecille L. Hester Presentations

  • May 2018 — “Heroes in Healthcare Breakout III-D: Risk Manager's Nightmare: Complex Wounds.” Presentation at the SCAHRM 38th Annual Educational Conference in Rancho Mirage, CA.
  • March 2018 — “Increasing Our Odds For Success Pre-Conference Workshop: Examining Nursing Malpractice: Focus on Wound Care” at the Pacific Coast Region of the WOCN. Co-presenter: Sandra Higelin, MSN RN and Jill Davidson, RN JD in South Lake Tahoe, NV.
  • November 2016 — “Healthcare Institutions and Mandated Reporting Laws.” Presentation with Sandra Higelin, MSN, RN, CWOCN in Dallas, Texas at National Association of Nurse Attorneys Conference.
  • October 2015 — “The Mine Fields of Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Management” collaborative presentation with Sandra Higelin, MSN, RN, CNS, CWOCN in Ventura, California.
  • May 2015 — “From Bedside Caregiver to Criminal Defendant – What you Need to Know About Mandated Abuse Reporting” joint session presentation to annual SCAHRM Conference in Rancho Mirage, California.
  • March 2013 — “Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse/Neglect, Defense Perspective/Representation of Health Care Providers” presentation/education to San Fernando Valley Bar Association, Tarzana, Elder Law Section.
  • September 2012 — “Defending Care Involving Decubitus Ulcers and Allegations of Elder Abuse,” live webinar for corporate and facility‐based claims managers/risk management personnel from Providence Health & Services hospitals and health care facilities in California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.
  • July 2012 — “Documentation & Lawsuits/Claims” focusing on nursing documentation including electronic medical record issues and use of narrative notes in the EMR/case studies where documentation was problematic – Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrnace.
  • July 2010 — “Elder Abuse and Neglect Cases Involving Pressure Ulcers – Documentation and Your Role as a Mandatory Reporter” – Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center.
  • December 2009 — “Documentation – Part III” included a mock deposition of nursing personnel – Providence Little Company of Mary Subacute Care Center.