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You’re Invited! New guidelines; diagnostic, treatment and monitoring CONTENTS advances; ethical dilemmas; anticipating and Accreditation............................ 2 preventing complications; optimal patient comfort; Conference Schedules.......... 4 staff/family interactions — these are just some of Conference Faculty................ 8 the challenges at the heart of caring for critically Host City Information.......... 10 ill neonates. Keeping up with these changes and Online CE Library....................11 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM coordinating all facets of the care plan, from treating pull-out insert contents the disease process to meeting the diverse needs of Conference Information...... A . the family, can turn daily practice into a balancing Hotel Accommodations.......B . act. Yet our goal remains constant — to provide Registration Information......C the best possible care to our vulnerable patients. Registration Form...................D Join us at the 31st Annual National Conference of Who should Neonatal Nursing, where clinical experts will share their extensive knowledge and experience, and encourage attend? thought-provoking discussions and problem-solving. Anyone involved in the care Whether you’re a nurse new to this specialty or an of critically ill neonates. experienced clinician, the knowledge you gain will If you are a… help you think critically and practice safely. Return Staff Nurse 2 to work energized and with increased confidence in Nurse Practitioner the excellent care you provide! Clinical Nurse Specialistneonatal nursing | june 23–26, 2013 | #ncnn13 Nurse Manager Conference Coordinator Planning Committee Members Educator or Instructor Linda Lefrak, Sharon Fichera, Transport Nurse MSN, RN MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS Case Manager Jeannine Strunk, Stacie O. Rohovit, and you work in a… MS, RN, NNP-BC BSN, RN Neonatal ICU Senior Program Manager Nancy Vierhaus, Intermediate Nursery Contemporary Forums MSN, RNC Newborn Nursery Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic General Pediatric Unit Pediatric ICU Obstetrics/Perinatal Unit …then this conference is for you! Conference Accreditation Objectives A Certificate of Attendance will be available online Participation in this program after you complete the course requirements, enabling will enable you to: you to register your credit with the appropriate licensing boards or associations. To apply for credit • Identify the physiologic basis of assessment, not listed below, use the procedure established by interventions and management of complex newborn diseases. the specific organization. • Explore common complications in the Nurses and Nurse Practitioners critically ill neonate and discuss prevention Preconference A: 7 ANCC/8.4 CA BRN contact hours and treatment strategies. Preconference B: 7 ANCC/8.4 CA BRN contact hours • Improve communication and support tech- Main Conference: 16 ANCC/19.2 CA BRN contact hours niques with the families of NICU patients. Contemporary Forums is accredited as a provider of • Identify examples of evidence-based practice continuing nursing education by the American Nurses projects for your unit, implement a plan to Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. begin the process, and understand the potential impact on care as a result of Contemporary Forums is approved by the California project findings. Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #04516. • Describe ethical, legal and controversial (ca brn contact hour = 50 minutes) practice dilemmas encountered in the care of critically ill neonates.
This conference was rejuvenating, withWhat makes the good information2013 Conference a that filled gaps in my understanding of“must attend” event? pathophysiology,Two dynamic Preconference options: from embryouu Advanced Neonatal Pathophysiology to neonatalThe always-popular in-depth examination of the physiologic complications.basis for various neonatal diseases returns. Thank you.uu Brain Care Patti Meister-Ganzhorn, CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMA brand new Preconference on practice advances, assessment skills, BSN, RNC-NICneuroprotection, rapidly evolving treatment strategies and monitoring Cleveland, OHtechniques for the neonatal brain. Our faculty features internationallyknown speakers and pioneers in the field of neonatal neurology,guaranteeing a day of lively discussion and cutting-edge information.uu Core Competency Areas and Content Topics for NCC Certification Maintenance in your specialty are included in this conference.uu Drug-exposed infants, improving staff/parent communication and decreasing stress for families, nutrition, BPD rate reduction, quality improvement projects, new skin care guidelines—just a sampling of the hot topics addressed.uu Choose from 16 Concurrent Sessions and create a conference experience that will meet your educational needs and interests.uu Direct clinical application of the evidence-based information presented and practical strategies to improve patient outcomes.uu Faculty panels, interactive concurrent sessions and case study 3 discussions designed to engage you and bring the information presented to life!uu Francisco in the summer! A stunning location where you can San explore and enjoy the diverse restaurants, shopping areas, cultures and activities that San Francisco has to offer. Mark your calendar, u june invite a colleague to join you,u 23 and plan on a unique learningu experience. See you there! easy ways toNCC Certified Nurses and Nurse PractitionersContemporary Forums is a continuing education organization REGISTERrecognized by the National Certification Corporation. Thisconference covers a variety of the Core Competency Areas Online (Credit Card only)and Content Topics required for the NCC’s Certification ContemporaryForums.comMaintenance in your specialty.Pharmacology Credit for Prescriptive Authority Phone (Credit Card only) (800) 377-7707Preconference A: 1.5 hoursMain Conference: 3.5 hours available Monday – Friday 8am - 5pm (Pacific Time)Rx indicates pharmacology content. Because states’ requirementsvary, contact your Board of Nursing for more information. Fax (Credit Card or Purchase Order)Case Managers (800) 329-9923Application has been made for continuing education creditfrom the Commission for Case Manager Certification. Mail Attn: Registrar 6377 Clark Ave., Suite 200 Dublin, CA 94568
PRECONFERENCE A Advanced Neonatal Pathophysiology Sunday, June 23 This Preconference will provide an examination of at the conclusion of neonatal pathophysiology for NICU nurses, nurse the preconference, the practitioners and clinical nurse specialists interested participant will be able to: in increasing their knowledge of the neonate. Course • Describe the pathogenesis of selected content will provide an overview of various organ neonatal disease states. systems as well as the physiologic basis of disease • Assess and evaluate the critically ill infant’s states. Although clinical and management correlates clinical presentation utilizing an increased will be mentioned during the presentations, the primary understanding of pathophysiology. focus will be on understanding the pathophysiology. • Re-examine and validate current nursing care practices. 7:00 a.m. Preconference A Registration CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM Continental Breakfast Exhibits Jan Sherman, (Rx = .25 hr.) 8:00 Immunocompetence & Infectious Disease PhD, RN, NNP-BC Role of inflammation Systemic inflammatory response Newborn host defense mechanisms 9:30 Refreshment Break Exhibits Developmental Overview of Sharon Fichera, (R = .25 hr.) 10:00 Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS x Fetal and transitional cardiac function Embryologic basis for common anomalies 4 Jan Sherman, (Rx = .25 hr.) 11:30 Renal Physiology PhD, RN, NNP-BCneonatal nursing | june 23–26, 2013 | #ncnn13 Factors affecting renal function Acute renal failure Common neonatal renal disorders 12:30 p.m. Lunch on Your Own Jan Sherman, (Rx = .25 hr.) 1:30 Respiratory Distress PhD, RN, NNP-BC Pathogenesis of common respiratory disorders RDS, BPD, pneumonia Persistent pulmonary hypertension 3:00 Refreshment Break Exhibits Sharon Fichera, (R = .5 hr.) 3:30 Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS x Moving from SIRS to MODS Role of inflammatory mediators Organ dysfunction criteria and presentation 5:00 Adjourn R =Pharmacology credit for Prescriptive Authority X
PRECONFERENCE BBrain CareSunday, June 23Focused brain care is essential when caring for infants at the conclusion ofat risk for brain injury, including cerebral palsy, seizures the preconference, theand cognitive deficits. Multidisciplinary neurological participant will be able to:assessments, cerebral function monitoring and diagnostic • Verbalize the components of a neonatalmodalities such as ultrasound and MRI enable clinicians neurological exam, factors affecting theto comprehensively evaluate an infant’s neurological exam, and the importance of communicatingstatus and determine the best possible treatment regime. and documenting essential findings.Research continues to lead to innovative approaches to • Recognize clinical and electrographic seizuresthe management of these fragile babies. (EEG, aEEG) and discuss seizure management. • Examine the role of neuroprotectors forOur internationally renowned faculty for this dynamic infants at risk for brain injury, including whichPreconference joins us from the UCSF Benioff Children’s agents show promising results.Hospital’s Neurointensive Care Nursery (NICN), which • Describe HIE, metabolic epilepsies andopened in 2008 as one of the first neuro-critical care perinatal strokes, and identify symptoms, CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMunits in the country. With a dedicated approach to brain diagnostic tests and available treatmentcare, the NICN’s goal is to improve neurological and options.neurodevelopmental outcomes for very premature • Identify the benefits and risks associated withinfants and full-term babies at risk for brain injury. Join current imaging and monitoring techniques.us for a lively discussion of neurological issues essentialto the care provided by every bedside neonatal nurse,regardless of practice setting. 7:00 a.m. Preconference B Registration Continental Breakfast Exhibits Performing a Neonatal Neurologic Exam: What are the Important Components Susan Peloquin, 8:00 and Considerations? MS, RN, PNP 5 Hannah C. Glass, neonatal nursing | june 23–26, 2013 | #ncnn13 8:45 An Overview of Neonatal Brain Injuries MDCM, MAS 9:30 Refreshment Break Exhibits Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE): 10:00 Neuropathology and Clinical Presentation Thomas Shimotake, MD The Use of Hypothermia to Provide Susan Peloquin, 10:45 Neuroprotection for Neonatal HIE MS, RN, PNP 11:30 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel 12:00 Lunch on Your Own Not Everything that Shakes is Seizure: How to Recognize Epileptic and 1:00 Non-Epileptic Events in Infants Maria Roberta Cilio, MD, PhD Seizures: Causes, Treatments, Hannah C. Glass, 1:45 Outcomes and Follow-Up MDCM, MAS 2:30 Refreshment Break Exhibits Imaging and Monitoring: 3:00 NIRS to aEEG and More Sonia Lomeli Bonifacio, MD 3:45 Protecting the Newborn Brain Donna M. Ferriero, MD, MS 4:30 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel 5:00 Adjourn
MAIN CONFERENCE MONDAY, June 24 – WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26 Monday, June 24 7:00 a.m. Main Conference Registration Continental Breakfast Exhibits 8:00 The Drug Exposed Neonate Linda Lefrak, MSN, RN (Rx = .25 hr.) Developing Evidence-Based Practice Jan Sherman, 8:45 Projects in Your NICU PhD, RN, NNP-BC 9:30 Refreshment Break Exhibits Highlights of the 2013 AWHONN Carolyn Lund, 10:00 Skin Care Guidelines MSN, RN, FAAN CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM Interventions to Reduce Traumatic 10:45 Stress in Parents of Preterm Infants Richard J. Shaw, MD 11:30 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel 12:15 p.m. Lunch on Your Own 1:45 Delivery Room Emergencies Jose A. Honold, MD (R = .25 hr.) x Regional Disaster Planning for NICUs: Ronald S. Cohen, 2:30 A Nursing-Driven Tool MD, FAAP 3:15 Refreshment Break Exhibits 3:45 Procedural and Post-Op Management of Pain Linda Lefrak, MSN, RN (Rx= .5 hr.) 6 4:30 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel (Rx = .25 hr.)neonatal nursing | june 23–26, 2013 | #ncnn13 5:00 Adjourn R =Pharmacology credit for Prescriptive Authority X
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main conferenceTuesday, June 25 and wednesday, june 26Tuesday, June 25During each Concurrent Session, 4 topics are presented simultaneously in separate rooms.Sessions are limited in size and choices are assigned in the order received. Indicate yourselections on the Registration Form. 8:00 a.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS #1 #11 Cardiac Evaluation for Neonates Jose A. Honold, MD (R = .25 hr.) with Suspected CHD x #12 Shock States in Neonates: Risk Factors, Sandra Sundquist Beauman, (R = .75 hr.) Assessment and Management MSN, RNC-NIC, CNS x #13 Medical Legal Exposure for Nurses Jay P. Goldsmith, MD Phuong Huynh, #14 Best Practices: Hot Topics in Feeding the Infant MS, RD, CSP 9:30 Refreshment Break CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM 10:00 CONCURRENT SESSIONS #2 Jan Sherman, (R = .25 hr.) #21 Lab Values: Interpretation and Management PhD, RN, NNP-BC x #22 End of Life and Palliative Care: Beverly Inge Walti, When Does It Begin? MSN, RNC-NIC, CPNP, CNS #23 Fetal and Newborn Neurosensory Development: Implications for Care in the NICU Lindsay Lightbody, MA #24 Two Strategies: Feeding Pathway as a Preventive Measure for NEC & Feeding Post-Bowel Surgery Olivia Mayer, BS, RD 11:30 Lunch on Your Own 1:00 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS #3 7 #31 CPAP and Non-Invasive Ventilation: An Update Jay P. Goldsmith, MD neonatal nursing | june 23–26, 2013 | #ncnn13 #32 Families Matter: Improving Communication Heather Keller, BA Between Families and the Healthcare Team Nancy Vierhaus, MSN, RNC Sandra Sundquist Beauman, #33 Hot Topics in Neonatal Wound Care MSN, RNC-NIC, CNS #34 Neonatal Pulmonary Vascular Disease: Emma Olson, (Rx = .75 hr.) Recognition and Treatment Strategies MS, RN, CPNP 2:30 Refreshment Break 2:45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS #4 #41 The Extremely Low Birth Weight Infant: Mindy Morris, Care Considerations for These Special Babies DNP(c), MS, CNS, NNP-BC #42 What Creates Moral Distress for Nurses? Ethical Dilemmas in the NICU Linda Lefrak, MSN, RN Sharon Fichera, (Rx = .5 hr.) #43 Sepsis: It’s Not the Same Old Infection Anymore! MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS Kimberly Yaeger, #44 Neonatal Simulation and the NRP MEd, RN 4:15 AdjournWednesday, June 26 8:00 a.m. Can You Decrease the BPD Rate in Your NICU? Jay P. Goldsmith, MD Simple Ideas, Significant Results: Successful Mindy Morris, 8:45 Quality Improvement Project Examples DNP(c), MS, CNS, NNP-BC 9:30 Refreshment Break 9:45 NEC: The Surgical Perspective Wolfgang Stehr, MD Beverly Inge Walti, 10:30 Genetics at the Bedside: Impact on Care MSN, RNC-NIC, CPNP, CNS 11:15 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel 11:45 Adjourn
Conference Faculty CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM Sandra Sundquist Beauman, Jose A. Honold, MD MSN, RNC-NIC, CNS Attending Neonatologist CNS Consulting Director, Children’s Hospital Emergency Transport Albuquerque, New Mexico Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego Medical Director Sonia Lomeli Bonifacio, MD El Centro Regional Medical Center NICU Co-Director, Neurointensive Care Nursery Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital University of California San Diego San Francisco, California San Diego, California Maria Roberta Cilio, MD, PhD Phuong Huynh, MS, RD, CSP Division of Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology Neonatal Dietitian Department of Neurology Children’s Hospital & Research Center University of California San Francisco Oakland, California San Francisco, California Heather Keller, BA Ronald S. Cohen, MD, FAAP 8 Medical Director, Packard Intermediate Care Nurseries Lead Parent, Department of Family-Centered Care Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Palo Alto, Californianeonatal nursing | june 23–26, 2013 | #ncnn13 Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Stanford University School of Medicine Linda Lefrak, MSN, RN Palo Alto, California Conference Coordinator Clinical Nurse Specialist Donna M. Ferriero, MD, MS Intensive Care Nursery W.H. and Marie Wattis Distinguished UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Professor and Chair San Francisco, California Department of Pediatrics Physician-in-Chief, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Lindsay Lightbody, MA San Francisco, California Developmental Specialist/Trainer Department of Pediatrics Sharon Fichera, MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS University of California San Francisco Planning Committee Member San Francisco, California Clinical Nurse Specialist/Clinical Manager Newborn and Infant Critical Care Unit Carolyn Lund, MSN, RN, FAAN Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist Los Angeles, California and ECMO Coordinator Children’s Hospital & Research Center Hannah C. Glass, MDCM, MAS Oakland, California Assistant Professor, Neurology & Pediatrics Associate Clinical Professor, School of Nursing Co-Director, Neurointensive Care Nursery University of California San Francisco UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco, California San Francisco, California Olivia Mayer, BS, RD Jay P. Goldsmith, MD Clinical Pediatric Dietitian, NICU Specialist Former Co-Chair, Neonatal Resuscitation Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Program Steering Committee Palo Alto, California American Academy of Pediatrics Professor of Pediatrics Mindy Morris, DNP(c), MS, CNS, NNP-BC Tulane University School of Medicine Neonatal Nurse Practitioner New Orleans, Louisiana Coordinator, NICU Extremely Low Birth Weight Program CHOC Children’s Hospital Orange, California
CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COMEmma Olson, MS, RN, CPNPNurse Practitioner, Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension and Heart FailureUCSF Benioff Children’s HospitalSan Francisco, CaliforniaSusan Peloquin, MS, RN, PNPClinical Coordinator, Neurointensive Care Nursery This conferenceUCSF Benioff Children’s HospitalSan Francisco, California went aboveStacie O. Rohovit, MS, RN, NNP-BC and beyond myPlanning Committee MemberNNP Supervisor expectations.Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford The speakersPalo Alto, California were definitely 9Richard J. Shaw, MDMedical Director, Consultation-Liaison Services passionate about neonatal nursing | june 23–26, 2013 | #ncnn13Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at StanfordProfessor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics their presentationStanford University School of Medicine topics. It was wellPalo Alto, California worth it. WhatJan Sherman, PhD, RN, NNP-BCAdjunct Associate Professor a wealth ofDepartment of Child Health, School of MedicineUniversity of Missouri – Columbia knowledge!Adjunct Associate Professor, College of Nursing Thank you.University of MissouriSt. Louis and Columbia, Missouri Sandra Key, RNC-NICThomas Shimotake, MD Yuma, AZCo-Director, Neurointensive Care NurseryUCSF Benioff Children’s HospitalSan Francisco, CaliforniaWolfgang Stehr, MDPediatric SurgeonChildren’s Hospital & Research CenterOakland, CaliforniaNancy Vierhaus, MSN, RNCPlanning Committee MemberClinical Nurse SpecialistNeonatal Intensive Care UnitLucile Packard Children’s Hospital at StanfordPalo Alto, CaliforniaBeverly Inge Walti, MSN, RNC-NIC, CPNP, CNSClinical Nurse Specialist, NICUCHOC Children’s HospitalOrange, CaliforniaKimberly Yaeger, MEd, RNSenior Simulation SpecialistCenter for Advanced Pediatric and Perinatal Education (CAPE)Stanford UniversityPalo Alto, California
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