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14th Annual Touching the Future of Children Conference
14th Annual Touching the Future of Children Conference
14th Annual Touching the Future of Children Conference
14th Annual Touching the Future of Children Conference
14th Annual Touching the Future of Children Conference
14th Annual Touching the Future of Children Conference
14th Annual Touching the Future of Children Conference
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  1. 14th annual pediatric nursing conference november 4–5, 2013 sheraton harrisburg hershey hotel • harrisburg, pennsylvania a continuing education service of penn state college of medicine topics highlight acute care, ambulatory care, neonatal critical care, and pediatric critical care
  2. overview This program is designed to provide nurses from any setting with information on a variety of topics related to pediatric nursing. Explore the unique aspects of children who require nursing care in a variety of settings—acute, ambulatory, neonatal, and critical care. Customized learning will occur through workshop choices. Topics will include patient management utilizing accepted standards and cutting-edge therapies, as well as professionalism and stress reduction/management. Poster presentations will enhance the breadth of the educational offering. general information credit Attendees will receive credit only for those sessions that they attend (up to a total of 12.8 contact hours). Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Nursing Education and Professional Development is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by PA State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. It is our policy to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all of our educational programs. Faculty and course directors have disclosed relevant financial relationships with commercial companies, and Penn State has a process in place to resolve any conflict of interest. Complete faculty disclosure will be provided to program participants at the beginning of the activity. sponsorship This offering is a continuing education service of Penn State College of Medicine, Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital, and Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Department of Nursing. location The Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey Hotel, located at 4650 Lindle Road in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is conveniently situated just off of I‑283 and is easily accessible from the Harrisburg International Airport, Route I-81, and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. accommodations Overnight accommodations are the responsibility of the participant. A block of rooms has been reserved at the Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey for program participants at the rate of $137/room for a single, double, triple, or quad room. Please contact the Sheraton at 1-800-343-5982 or 717-564-5511 and mention that you are a participant in the Penn State Touching the Future of Children conference, or online, go to www.StarWoodMeeting.com/Book/ PSUTouchTheFuture The deadline to reserve at this rate is October 13. Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend you make reservations as early as possible. fee Registrations received: Before September 13, 2013 $200—One day | $295—Both days After September 13, 2013 $220—One day | $320—Both days The fee includes instruction, handout materials (on CD), break refreshments, continental breakfast, and lunch both days. handouts At our on–site registration each participant will receive a CD with handouts for each speaker. One week prior to the conference all registrants will receive an email providing access to a website with the handouts. Please print your own copies for use during the conference. call for poster presentations The planning committee welcomes submissions to be considered for a poster presentation. Posters are accepted based on relevance to pediatric nursing. Authors of accepted posters will receive a single $50 discount on the conference registration (only one discount per poster and per person). registration Registrations will be confirmed by email upon receipt of payment, authorization to bill, or a credit card guarantee. If you do not receive a confirmation within two weeks, phone 717-531-6483 to confirm. Walk-ins and late registrations will be accepted if space is available. Phone 717-531-6483 Fax 717-531-5604 Email ContinuingEd@hmc.psu.edu Mail Registrar, Penn State Hershey Continuing Education, G220 P. O. Box 851 Hershey, PA 17033 register online today! pennstatehershey.org/TTFOC cancellation policy Cancellations received later than October 28, 2013, will be assessed a $25 processing fee per conference day. No refunds will be made after October 30, 2013. Please provide a cell phone number so we can reach you in the event of last-minute change or cancellation. The University reserves the right to cancel or postpone any activity. If a program is canceled or postponed, the University will refund registration fees but cannot be held responsible for any related costs, charges, or expenses, including cancellation/change charges assessed by airlines or travel agencies. Preregistered participants will be notified if a program is filled or canceled.
  3. monday, november 4, 2013 8:05 • Opening Plenary Session Celebrating Nursing: Human By Birth­—Hero By Choice Renee Thompson, MSN, RN, CMSRN RTConnections, LLC Are you using your nursing power for good or evil? This session will highlight villainous and heroic behaviors that will enable one to decide which force of nursing power to choose. 9:30 Break/Exhibits/Posters 9:45 • Concurrent Session #1 (Choose one) 1A Bleeding Disorders in Pediatrics David Ungar, MD Director, Hemostasis, Medical Affairs Novo Nordisk The speaker will provide an overview of the most common bleeding disorders, as well as what you need to know about the assessment and treatment of these disorders. 1B Concussion: Evaluation and Treatment Harry Bramley, DO* Associate Professor of Pediatrics Penn State College of Medicine Penn State Children’s Hospital Being able to recognize concussion signs and symptoms in order to begin appropriate treatment is imperative. This discussion will explore treatment, possible long-term consequences and prevention strategies. 1C Lumps, Bumps and Dimples: Understanding Congenital Spinal Cord Malformations Mark S. Dias, MD, FAANS, FAAP* Professor of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics Vice Chair for Clinical Neurosurgery Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery Penn State Children’s Hospital Review the spectrum of congenital spinal cord defects— including identification of spinal cord tethering. 1D Go With Your Gut! Surgical Abdominal Emergencies in the Pediatric Population Meghan Kathleen Farrell, RN, MSN, CPNP-AC NYU Langone Medical Center New York, NY A comprehensive overview of the “acute abdomen” in pediatric patients. program key pharmacology trauma rx t 11:15 • Concurrent Session #2 (Choose one) 2A Palliative Care Deana Deeter, CRNP, CHPPN, CPON* Hummingbird Program Manager Penn State Children’s Hospital More children are multi-system and complex in their care requirements. Gain an understanding of how palliative care services can assist with the management of these children. 2B Pediatric Enuresis Carmel A. McComiskey DNP, PNP-BC, CPNP-AC Director, Nurse Practitioners University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, MD Voiding dysfunction is a significant issue for children and can result in negative consequences if not treated properly, physically and psychologically. The pathophysiology, differential diagnosis and treatment will be reviewed. 2C Skin–to–Skin: Kangaroo Care (KC) Sue Johnson, RNC-NIC, CKC Family Nurse Liaison York Hospital York, PA Certified Kangaroo Care nurses share the evidence and outcomes supporting skin-to-skin care, along with strategies to improve the practice of KC in your unit. 2D The Beat Goes On: What’s New in the Pediatric Cardiac ICU? Lisa M. Kohr, RN, MSN, CPNP-PC/AC, MPH PNP Cardiac Intensive Care Unit Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Cardiac patients present unique challenges in their care. This session highlights preoperative and postoperative priorities, and will review new trends in the management of heart disease in children. t * Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania Concurrent Sessions A = Acute B = Ambulatory C = NICU D = PICU t t 7:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:00 Welcoming Remarks
  4. Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital 12:30 Lunch/Exhibits/Posters 1:30 • Concurrent Session #3 (Choose one) 3A Pediatric Solid Organ Injury: Waiting, Watching and Beyond Ellen A. Reynolds, MSN, CRNP, CPNP, PC/AC Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Trauma Services Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Pittsburgh, PA This session highlights the important aspects of caring for the trauma patient. Gain an understanding of pediatric trauma care management and nursing interventions. 3B Asthma: Management and Treatment Timothy J. Craig, DO, FAAAAI, FACAAI, FACOI* Distinguished Educator Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine Director, Clinical Allergy, Asthma, Immunology and Respiratory Research Program Director, Section Chief Penn State College of Medicine Discussion on how-to optimize asthma treatments by understanding the newest findings and updated guidelines. 3C Understanding and Responding to Medical Futility in the NICU Rebecca L. Volpe, PhD* Director, Clinical Ethics Consultation Service Assistant Professor of Humanities Penn State College of Medicine Overview of case studies to stimulate thought and discussion on the topic of futility of care in neonatal patients. 3D Using Simulation-Based Education to Improve Quality of Care Melissa Brannen, MD* Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Penn State Children’s Hospital Simulation is a very effective strategy to improve clinical practice. This session will help you incorporate simulation training into your area of practice. 3:00–4:15 • Closing Plenary Consequences: Current Trends in Illicit and Rx Drug Abuse from a Law Enforcement Perspective Craig S. LeCadre Senior Supervisory Special Agent, Office of Attorney General Harrisburg, PA Through an overview of current substance abuse information, this presentation will inform health-care providers of the challenges related to this ongoing medical and societal issue. monday, november 4, 2013 rx t t rx t pharmacology trauma program key * Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania Concurrent Sessions A = Acute B = Ambulatory C = NICU D = PICU 2013 planning committee Myra Popernack, RN, MSN, CRNP, CCRN—Chair Patti Artley Hart, RN, MS, CPN, NE-BC Melissa McClure, RN, BSN, CPN Yvonne Powers, CCMEP—Conference Coordinator Mary Lewis, RNC, MSN Brooke Soulier, MSN, RN, PCNS-BC, CCRN
  5. tuesday, november 5, 2013 rx t pharmacology trauma program key * Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania Concurrent Sessions A = Acute B = Ambulatory C = NICU D = PICU 8:05 • Opening Plenary Session Children’s Advocacy: Where We’ve Been… Where We Are Going? Stephen Jones, MS, RN, CPNP, ET Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist/Nurse Practitioner and Enterostomal Therapist Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center Albany, NY Are you an effective child advocate? This session will highlight significant historical events in the development of child advocacy legislation, and offers useful interventions to enhance your advocacy skills. 9:30 Break/Exhibits/Posters 9:45 • Concurrent Session #1 (Choose one) 1A Caring for the Medically Complex Patient and Family Carol Murray, RN, MS, PCNS-BC, CPNP-AC Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Nurse Specialist The Pediatric Critical Care Complex Dayton Children’s Hospital Dayton, OH Abigail Reidel, RN, MS, CNP-AC/PC Pediatric Nurse Practitioner The Pediatric Critical Care Complex Dayton Children’s Medical Center Dayton, OH Our patients are getting more complicated and require more nursing care. Gain an understanding of the complex care needs of our growing patient population. Uncover the technology advancements and treatment plans to effectively care for their needs. 1B Basic Issues and Challenges in Reporting Suspected Child Abuse Benjamin Levi, MD* Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Humanities Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital Penn State College of Medicine Are you confident in knowing what “reasonable suspicion” should lead to a child abuse report? Do you know you are mandated by law to do so? Gain an understanding in your role as a health-care provider in protecting our children from abuse. 1C Patient and Family–Centered Care in the NICU Catherine Keech, RN, BSN, RNC-NICU, IBCLC Clinical Nurse Educator, NICU Department of Education, Practice & Research Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Rockville, MD A discussion on shared experiences and strategies to fully integrate the principles of family–centered care in a busy NICU unit. 1D Critical Care Complications Related to Bone Marrow Transplant in Pediatrics JoBeth McBee, MSN, APN, NE-BC, PPCNP-BC Hematology, Bone Marrow Transplant St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Memphis, TN A bone marrow transplant patient requires intensive care; what complications and care management can you anticipate and then intervene? 11:15 • Concurrent Session #2 (Choose one) 2A Basic Fracture Care William Hennrikus, MD* Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Medical Director, Penn State Hershey Bone & Joint Institute Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education Penn State College of Medicine Learn about the types and stages of fractures in children, as well as the medical and nursing management of fracture care. 2B Autism: Current Treatment and Management Michael J. Murry, MD Associate Professor of Psychiatry Director, Division of Autisum Services An overview on the latest information about autism. 2C Neonatal Pharmacology Shailaj Sharma, PharmD* Neonatal/Critical Care Pharmacy Specialist Neonates are not small adults; what does that mean for medication therapy? This session will also review a new medication for treatment of retinopathy. 2D Conscious Sedation: Floating in Space Stephen Jones, MS, RN, CPNP, ET Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist/Nurse Practitioner and Enterostomal Therapist Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center Albany, NY Our goal: Safety and quality during procedures requiring sedation. This session helps us to meet that goal for our pediatric patients by understanding the concepts of conscious sedation and appropriate monitoring of sedation. t rx rx t rx
  6. tuesday, november 5, 2013 12:30 Lunch/Exhibits/Posters 1:30 • Concurrent Session #1 (Choose one) 3A The Effects of Chronic Kidney Disease in Children Tamara L. Hill, BSN, RN, MSN, CPNP-AC Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Division of Pediatric Nephrology University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore, MD This session will focus on the care of the child with chronic kidney disease. We will discuss the challenges and management related to this patient population. 3B Should I or Shouldn’t I? Risky Behaviors in Kids Janice Selekman DNSc, RN, NCSN, FNASN Professor, University of Delaware Newark, DE In this session, learn what you need to know about risk taking and risky behaviors in the pediatric population. 3C Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome(NAS): Infants and Families at Risk Nancy Forsyth, RN, MSN, NNP-BC Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Beebe Medical Center Lewes, DE How do we provide the best possible care for NAS infants and their families? This session will review: assessment, management and coordination of care. 3D Nutrition in Critical Illness Sharon Y. Irving, PhD, RN, CRNP Assistant Professor Associate Course Director, Pediatrics University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing NP, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA Specific metabolic changes occur in critical illness; can you identify the vital components needed to ensure proper nutrition to meet these dynamic needs and recovery? 3:00 – 4:15 • Closing Plenary Enhancing the Patient Experience: Nurses Already Do It! Janice Selekman DNSc, RN, NCSN, FNASN Professor, University of Delaware Newark, DE Join in the discussion about what defines a “good patient experience.” Explore how pediatric nurses individualize care to meet unique patient needs, and positively contribute to the overall patient experience. rx t pharmacology trauma program key * Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania Concurrent Sessions A = Acute B = Ambulatory C = NICU D = PICU t t
  7. Name (Please print) Male  Female Degree(s)/Credentials Email (Print legibly. Used for confirmation, registration status, and program materials.) Home Address City State Zip Code Daytime Phone Cell Phone Hospital/Organization Occupation/Specialty Address (HMC/COM employees—provide dept. name/mail code) City State Zip Code Special Needs (Dietary, access, etc.) Register me for the following:  Nov. 4, 2013. Choose one breakout session in each column: 1A—Bleeding Disorders in Pediatrics 2A—Palliative Care 3A—Pediatric Solid Organ Injury 1B—Concussion: Evaluation and Treatment 2B—Pediatric Enuresis 3B—Asthma 1C—Understanding Congenital Spinal Cord Malformations 2C—Skin–to–Skin: Kangaroo Care 3C—Medical Futility in the NICU 1D—Surgical Abdominal Emergencies 2D—What’s new in the Pediatric Cardiac ICU? 3D—Simulation-Based Education  Nov. 5, 2013. Choose one breakout session in each column: 1A—Caring for the Medically Complex Patient and Family 2A—Basic Fracture Care 3A—The Effects of Chronic Kidney Disease 1B— Issues/Challenges in Reporting Suspected Child Abuse 2B—Autism: Current Treatment and Management 3B—Risky Behaviors in Kids 1C—Family-Centered Care in the NICU 2C—Neonatal Pharmacology 3C—Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome 1D—Complications Related to Bone Marrow Transplant 2D—Conscious Sedation: Floating in Space 3D—Nutrition in Critical Illness Check appropriate fee: Registrations received before September 13, 2013:  $200 One day   $295 Both days Registrations received after September 13, 2013:  $220 One day   $320 Both days Poster presentation:   Hard copy of poster presentation is attached     Poster presentation will be emailed/faxed/mailed Method of payment: Check enclosed payable to Penn State Bill my sponsoring organization—letter of authorization is attached   HMC/COM employee—bill department budget Cost Center/Budget #: ____________________________________ Charge my    VISA   MasterCard  or    AMEX Account Number Exp. Date Cardholder’s Signature touchi ngthef utureofc hildren • 14th annual pediatric conference touching the future of children november 4–5, 2013 • C5293-14-Y This publication is available in alternative media on request. Access—Penn State encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs. If you anticipate needing any type of special accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact Continuing Education at least one week in advance of your participation. The Pennsylvania State University is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to programs, facilities, admission, and employment without regard to personal characteristics not related to ability, performance, or qualifications as determined by University policy or by state or federal authorities. It is the policy of the University to maintain an academic and work environment free of discrimination, including harassment. The Pennsylvania State University prohibits discrimination and harassment against any person because of age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, genetic information, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status. Discrimination or harassment against faculty, staff, or students will not be tolerated at The Pennsylvania State University. Direct all inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy to the Affirmative Action Director, The Pennsylvania State University, 328 Boucke Building, University Park, PA 16802-5901; Tel 814-865-4700/V, 814-863-0471/TTY. U.Ed. MED C5293-14-Y Phone 717-531-6483 Fax 717-531-5604 Email ContinuingEd@hmc.psu.edu Mail Registrar, Penn State Hershey, Continuing Education G220, P. O. Box 851, Hershey, PA 17033 Online Registration @ pennstatehershey.org/TTFOC Register Now!
  8. THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY PENN STATE MILTON S. HERSHEY MEDICAL CENTER DEPARTMENT OF CONTINUING EDUCATION G220 P.O. BOX 851 HERSHEY, PA 17033-0851 Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage P A I D PA State University M.S. Hershey Med. Ctr. join us for touching the future of children register online today! pennstatehershey.org/TTFOC 14th annual pediatric conference touching the future of children november 4–5, 2013

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