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  • Neonatal Nursing San Francisco June 23-26, 2013 San Francisco June 23-26, 2013 register by may 13 and save $80 earn up to 23 CE hours 31st Annual National Conference of page 3 page 10 insert – A register online at www.contemporaryforums.com or by calling 800-377-7707 advanced neonatal pathophysiology brain care Preconferences page 4
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 2 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM You’re Invited! New guidelines; diagnostic, treatment and monitoring advances; ethical dilemmas; anticipating and preventing complications; optimal patient comfort; staff/family interactions — these are just some of the challenges at the heart of caring for critically ill neonates. Keeping up with these changes and coordinating all facets of the care plan, from treating the disease process to meeting the diverse needs of the family, can turn daily practice into a balancing act. Yet our goal remains constant — to provide the best possible care to our vulnerable patients. Join us at the 31st Annual National Conference of Neonatal Nursing, where clinical experts will share their extensive knowledge and experience, and encourage thought-provoking discussions and problem-solving. Whether you’re a nurse new to this specialty or an experienced clinician, the knowledge you gain will help you think critically and practice safely. Return to work energized and with increased confidence in the excellent care you provide! Conference Objectives Participation in this program will enable you to: • Identify the physiologic basis of assessment, interventions and management of complex newborn diseases. • Explore common complications in the critically ill neonate and discuss prevention and treatment strategies. • Improve communication and support tech- niques with the families of NICU patients. • Identify examples of evidence-based practice projects for your unit, implement a plan to begin the process, and understand the potential impact on care as a result of project findings. • Describe ethical, legal and controversial practice dilemmas encountered in the care of critically ill neonates. Accreditation A Certificate of Attendance will be available online after you complete the course requirements, enabling you to register your credit with the appropriate licensing boards or associations. To apply for credit not listed below, use the procedure established by the specific organization. Nurses and Nurse Practitioners Preconference A: 7 ANCC/8.4 CA BRN contact hours Preconference B: 7 ANCC/8.4 CA BRN contact hours Main Conference: 16 ANCC/19.2 CA BRN contact hours Contemporary Forums is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Contemporary Forums is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #04516. (ca brn contact hour = 50 minutes) CONTENTS Accreditation............................ 2 Conference Schedules..........4 Conference Faculty................8 Host City Information.......... 10 Online CE Library....................11 pull-out insert contents Conference Information....... A Hotel Accommodations........B Registration Information......C Registration Form...................D Who should attend? Anyone involved in the care of critically ill neonates. If you are a… Staff Nurse Nurse Practitioner Clinical Nurse Specialist Nurse Manager Educator or Instructor Transport Nurse Case Manager and you work in a… Neonatal ICU Intermediate Nursery Newborn Nursery Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic General Pediatric Unit Pediatric ICU Obstetrics/Perinatal Unit …then this conference is for you! Conference Coordinator Linda Lefrak, MSN, RN Jeannine Strunk, BSN, RN Senior Program Manager Contemporary Forums Planning Committee Members Sharon Fichera, MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS Stacie O. Rohovit, MS, RN, NNP-BC Nancy Vierhaus, MSN, RNC
  • This conference was rejuvenating, with good information that filled gaps in my understanding of pathophysiology, from embryo to neonatal complications. Thank you. Patti Meister-Ganzhorn, BSN, RNC-NIC Cleveland, OH Two dynamic Preconference options: uu Advanced Neonatal Pathophysiology The always-popular in-depth examination of the physiologic basis for various neonatal diseases returns. uu Brain Care A brand new Preconference on practice advances, assessment skills, neuroprotection, rapidly evolving treatment strategies and monitoring techniques for the neonatal brain. Our faculty features internationally known 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 discussions designed to engage you and bring the information presented to life! uu San Francisco in the summer! A stunning location where you can explore and enjoy the diverse restaurants, shopping areas, cultures and activities that San Francisco has to offer. What makes the 2013 Conference a “must attend” event? Mark your calendar, u invite a colleague to join you,u and plan on a unique learningu experience. See you there! june 23 easy ways to REGISTER Online (Credit Card only) ContemporaryForums.com Phone (Credit Card only) (800) 377-7707 Monday – Friday 8am - 5pm (Pacific Time) Fax (Credit Card or Purchase Order) (800) 329-9923 Mail Attn: Registrar 6377 Clark Ave., Suite 200 Dublin, CA 94568 NCC Certified Nurses and Nurse Practitioners Contemporary Forums is a continuing education organization recognized by the National Certification Corporation. This conference covers a variety of the Core Competency Areas and Content Topics required for the NCC’s Certification Maintenance in your specialty. Pharmacology Credit for Prescriptive Authority Preconference A: 1.5 hours Main Conference: 3.5 hours available Rx indicates pharmacology content. Because states’ requirements vary, contact your Board of Nursing for more information. Case Managers Application has been made for continuing education credit from the Commission for Case Manager Certification. 3 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 4 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM 7:00 a.m. Preconference A Registration Continental Breakfast Exhibits 8:00 Immunocompetence & Infectious Disease Jan Sherman, PhD, RN, NNP-BC (R x = .25 hr.) Role of inflammation Systemic inflammatory response Newborn host defense mechanisms 9:30 Refreshment Break Exhibits 10:00 Developmental Overview of Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology Sharon Fichera, MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS (R x = .25 hr.) Fetal and transitional cardiac function Embryologic basis for common anomalies 11:30 Renal Physiology Jan Sherman, PhD, RN, NNP-BC (R x = .25 hr.) Factors affecting renal function Acute renal failure Common neonatal renal disorders 12:30 p.m. Lunch on Your Own 1:30 Respiratory Distress Jan Sherman, PhD, RN, NNP-BC (R x = .25 hr.) Pathogenesis of common respiratory disorders RDS, BPD, pneumonia Persistent pulmonary hypertension 3:00 Refreshment Break Exhibits 3:30 Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome Sharon Fichera, MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS (R x = .5 hr.) Moving from SIRS to MODS Role of inflammatory mediators Organ dysfunction criteria and presentation 5:00 Adjourn R X =Pharmacology credit for Prescriptive Authority PRECONFERENCE A Advanced Neonatal Pathophysiology Sunday, June 23 This Preconference will provide an examination of neonatal pathophysiology for NICU nurses, nurse practitioners and clinical nurse specialists interested in increasing their knowledge of the neonate. Course content will provide an overview of various organ systems as well as the physiologic basis of disease states. Although clinical and management correlates will be mentioned during the presentations, the primary focus will be on understanding the pathophysiology. at the conclusion of the preconference, the participant will be able to: • Describe the pathogenesis of selected neonatal disease states. • Assess and evaluate the critically ill infant’s clinical presentation utilizing an increased understanding of pathophysiology. • Re-examine and validate current nursing care practices.
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 5 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM at the conclusion of the preconference, the participant will be able to: • Verbalize the components of a neonatal neurological exam, factors affecting the exam, and the importance of communicating and documenting essential findings. • Recognize clinical and electrographic seizures (EEG, aEEG) and discuss seizure management. • Examine the role of neuroprotectors for infants at risk for brain injury, including which agents show promising results. • Describe HIE, metabolic epilepsies and perinatal strokes, and identify symptoms, diagnostic tests and available treatment options. • Identify the benefits and risks associated with current imaging and monitoring techniques. PRECONFERENCE B Brain Care Sunday, June 23 Focused brain care is essential when caring for infants at risk for brain injury, including cerebral palsy, seizures and cognitive deficits. Multidisciplinary neurological assessments, cerebral function monitoring and diagnostic modalities such as ultrasound and MRI enable clinicians to comprehensively evaluate an infant’s neurological status and determine the best possible treatment regime. Research continues to lead to innovative approaches to the management of these fragile babies. Our internationally renowned faculty for this dynamic Preconference joins us from the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital’s Neurointensive Care Nursery (NICN), which opened in 2008 as one of the first neuro-critical care units in the country. With a dedicated approach to brain care, the NICN’s goal is to improve neurological and neurodevelopmental outcomes for very premature infants and full-term babies at risk for brain injury. Join us for a lively discussion of neurological issues essential to the care provided by every bedside neonatal nurse, regardless of practice setting. 7:00 a.m. Preconference B Registration Continental Breakfast Exhibits 8:00 Performing a Neonatal Neurologic Exam: What are the Important Components and Considerations? Susan Peloquin, MS, RN, PNP 8:45 An Overview of Neonatal Brain Injuries Hannah C. Glass, MDCM, MAS 9:30 Refreshment Break Exhibits 10:00 Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE): Neuropathology and Clinical Presentation Thomas Shimotake, MD 10:45 The Use of Hypothermia to Provide Neuroprotection for Neonatal HIE Susan Peloquin, MS, RN, PNP 11:30 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel 12:00 Lunch on Your Own 1:00 Not Everything that Shakes is Seizure: How to Recognize Epileptic and Non-Epileptic Events in Infants Maria Roberta Cilio, MD, PhD 1:45 Seizures: Causes, Treatments, Outcomes and Follow-Up Hannah C. Glass, MDCM, MAS 2:30 Refreshment Break Exhibits 3:00 Imaging and Monitoring: 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
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 6 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM 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 (R x = .25 hr.) 8:45 Developing Evidence-Based Practice Projects in Your NICU Jan Sherman, PhD, RN, NNP-BC 9:30 Refreshment Break Exhibits 10:00 Highlights of the 2013 AWHONN Skin Care Guidelines Carolyn Lund, MSN, RN, FAAN 10:45 Interventions to Reduce Traumatic 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 x = .25 hr.) 2:30 Regional Disaster Planning for NICUs: A Nursing-Driven Tool Ronald S. Cohen, MD, FAAP 3:15 Refreshment Break Exhibits 3:45 Procedural and Post-Op Management of Pain Linda Lefrak, MSN, RN (R x = .5 hr.) 4:30 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel (R x = .25 hr.) 5:00 Adjourn R X =Pharmacology credit for Prescriptive Authority
  • Registrations must include full tuition payment to be accepted. Registrations faxed without payment will not be processed. Conference communications are sent via email. When registering please provide attendee’s best email address as some emails are filtered and blocked. Since conference registration and hotel rooms are limited, early registration is advised. registration fees Early Registration* Regular Registration Preconference A or B $235 $265 Main Conference $485 $535 *Postmarked or phone/fax/online registration and fees received on/before May 13. Tuition (U.S. Funds) Out of consideration to registrants, children of any age and spouses may not attend the sessions. conference Information Your tuition includes • Continental breakfasts • Refreshment breaks • Certificate of Attendance • Online access to posted presentation handouts before and after the conference. Neonatal Nursing the National Conference of Online (credit card only) Visit us 24 hours a day at: ContemporaryForums.com Phone (credit card only) (800) 377-7707 Monday – Friday 8am - 5pm, Pacific Time before calling, complete all registration information. Fax (credit card or purchase order) (800) 329-9923 Mail Attn: Registrar 6377 Clark Ave., Suite 200 Dublin, CA 94568 4 Easy Ways to Register: Tear-out Insert for your Convenience! A
  • Contemporary Forums has a special discount agreement with United Airlines unavailable to the general public. To obtain these special conference fares visit www.united.com, enter Offer Code ZNCS108722. Hertz is the official car rental agency for the conference. Special rates will be in effect throughout the conference as well as one week before and after. For special rates, call HERTZ at (800) 654-2240 and refer to Contemporary Forums plus the conference discount code CV#03000260. Travel Discounts The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco A limited block of rooms is being held for you and your guests at special group rates which will be in effect, based on room availability, from June 21 to June 27 for those wishing to extend their stay to enjoy area activities or qualify for discount airfares. To obtain the special group rates, make your reservation early as rooms may sell out. After the room block release date, call the hotel, as rooms and group rates may no longer be available. For additional hotel information, call the Hyatt Regency San Francisco at (415) 788-1234. Contact the hotel regarding cancellation policy. For arrivals after 3 p.m., call the hotel on the day of travel to reconfirm reservations. Hyatt Regency San Francisco 5 Embarcadero Center San Francisco, CA 94111 • Rates: $225* single/double. • Hotel room block release date: June 1, 2013. • To reserve your room online, visit our website: ContemporaryForums.com for details. • For room reservations, call (800) 233-1234 and inform them that you are attending Contemporary Forums’ “The National Conference of Neonatal Nursing”. Request a confirmation number and written confirmation of your reservation. Reservations must include a first night’s deposit. *Rates are per room and subject to prevailing state and local taxes. Hotel accommodations neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 B CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM
  • Questions? Method of Tuition Payment Make payment by check (payable to Contemporary Forums and enclose with Registration Form), Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or Purchase Order. A $30 fee is charged for any returned check. Personal checks are NOT accepted at the conference. Purchase Orders must be received with registration by the conference date and include the P.O. number, invoice address, tuition, approval signature, contact name, email address and phone number. Contact Contemporary Forums at (800) 377-7707, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Pacific Time) or email: info@cforums.com If you require special arrangements at this conference, call (800) 377-7707, at least 30 days prior to the conference. $45 per person discount for 5 or more in a group cancel on/before to receive a full refund may 13 $25 per person discount for 3 or 4 in a group Group Discounts (Mail, fax or call in together. Online registration is not available.) Tuition discounts are given to groups of 3 or more registering for the complete Main Conference. Discounts do not apply to the Preconferences. To qualify for the group discount, all registration information must be complete for all group members, payment included and forms sent together. If faxing, list all group members on cover sheet. Subtract the discount from the tuition fee. Groups may not be formed after individual registrations are received. Partial Attendance (Online registration is not available.) To register, call Contemporary Forums for tuition and CE credit for individual days. Group discounts do not apply. Registrations may not be shared. Cancellations Cancellations may be made by phone or in writing. Cancellations received on/before May 13 receive a full tuition refund. Cancellations received after May 13 are assessed a $20 processing fee. No refunds for cancellations received after the conference begins or for “no shows.” If this meeting is cancelled for any reason, including labor strikes or acts of God, liability is limited to a full refund of registration fees. Program Changes Contemporary Forums reserves the right to make necessary changes in speakers, topics or schedule. The most current program can be found on our website. C
  • National Conference of Neonatal Nursing Registration Form Send this form with full payment (U.S. Funds) to: REGISTRATION INFORMATION (Please Print Clearly) *Name,License/Degrees,Placeof Employment,City,Stateappearonyourbadge. *First Name *Last Name *License/Degrees *Place of Employment *City *State Social Security # (Last 4 Digits) ¨¨¨¨ Attendee’s email (Required) For confirmation, receipt, handouts prior to conference, and access to your Certificate of Attendance. Provide your best email address as some emails are filtered and blocked. Home Address City State Zip Daytime Phone(s) PROFESSIONAL PROFILE Choose ONE category in each section that best applies to you. If you have multiple roles, select the one that occupies the majority of your time. Use “Other” only if none of the choices apply to you. 1. POSITION/JOB FUNCTION ❏❏ Case Manager/Follow-up ❏❏ Clinical Nurse Specialist ❏❏ Educator/Instructor ❏❏ Nurse Manager/Assistant ❏❏ Nurse Practitioner ❏❏ Staff/Charge Nurse ❏❏ Transport ❏❏ Other:__________ 2. YEARS IN NEONATAL CARE ❏❏ 1 ❏❏ 2-3 ❏❏ 4-7 ❏❏ 8-10 ❏❏ 11+ 3. CLINICAL SETTING ❏❏ General Pediatrics/PICU ❏❏ Intermediate Nursery ❏❏ Neonatal Follow-Up/ Outpatient ❏❏ Neonatal ICU ❏❏ Newborn Nursery ❏❏ Obstetrics/Perinatal ❏❏ Other:__________ 4. HIGHEST DEGREE ❏❏ Diploma ❏❏ Associate Degree ❏❏ Bachelors Degree ❏❏ Masters Degree ❏❏ Doctoral Degree ❏❏ Other:________ We collect this data in order to provide you with information about Contemporary Forums and conferences. If you prefer not to receive further information, please see our privacy statement at ContemporaryForums.com REGISTER TO ATTEND: q Preconference A Advanced Neonatal Pathophysiology (June 23) OR q Preconference B Brain Care (June 23) q Main Conference (June 24-26) concurrent sessions selection (Tuesday, June 25) Please indicate the numbers of your choices below. See page 7. #1 (8:00 a.m.) #2 (10:00 a.m.) #3 (1:00 p.m.) #4 (2:45 p.m.) PAYMENT SUMMARY #69 Early Fee Postmark Deadline: May 13 q Preconference A or q Preconference B +$ Main Conference $ Group Discount* -$ TOTAL PAYMENT ENCLOSED $ *See Insert C. Registration forms must be sent in together. ❏ Check/Money Order Payable to Contemporary Forums Credit Card # Exp. Date Print Cardholder’s Name Billing Address City State Zip Payer Email Payer Phone # Contemporary Forums Attn: Registrar 6377 Clark Ave., Suite 200 Dublin, CA 94568 OR register online 24/7 at: ContemporaryForums.com Phone: (800) 377-7707 Fax: (800) 329-9923 OFFICE USE ONLY: C_____ D_____ neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 D CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 7 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM Tuesday, June 25 During 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 your selections on the Registration Form. 8:00 a.m. CONCURRENT SESSIONS #1 #11 Cardiac Evaluation for Neonates with Suspected CHD Jose A. Honold, MD (R x = .25 hr.) #12 Shock States in Neonates: Risk Factors, Assessment and Management SandraSundquistBeauman, MSN, RNC-NIC, CNS (R x = .75 hr.) #13 Medical Legal Exposure for Nurses Jay P. Goldsmith, MD #14 Best Practices: Hot Topics in Feeding the Infant Phuong Huynh, MS, RD, CSP 9:30 Refreshment Break 10:00 CONCURRENT SESSIONS #2 #21 Lab Values: Interpretation and Management Jan Sherman, PhD, RN, NNP-BC (R x = .25 hr.) #22 End of Life and Palliative Care: When Does It Begin? Beverly Inge Walti, 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 #31 CPAP and Non-Invasive Ventilation: An Update Jay P. Goldsmith, MD #32 Families Matter: Improving Communication Between Families and the Healthcare Team Heather Keller, BA Nancy Vierhaus, MSN, RNC #33 Hot Topics in Neonatal Wound Care Sandra Sundquist Beauman, MSN, RNC-NIC, CNS #34 Neonatal Pulmonary Vascular Disease: Recognition and Treatment Strategies Emma Olson, MS, RN, CPNP (R x = .75 hr.) 2:30 Refreshment Break 2:45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS #4 #41 The Extremely Low Birth Weight Infant: Care Considerations for These Special Babies Mindy Morris, DNP(c), MS, CNS, NNP-BC #42 What Creates Moral Distress for Nurses? Ethical Dilemmas in the NICU Linda Lefrak, MSN, RN #43 Sepsis: It’s Not the Same Old Infection Anymore! Sharon Fichera, MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS (R x = .5 hr.) #44 Neonatal Simulation and the NRP Kimberly Yaeger, MEd, RN 4:15 Adjourn Wednesday, June 26 8:00 a.m. Can You Decrease the BPD Rate in Your NICU? Jay P. Goldsmith, MD 8:45 Simple Ideas, Significant Results: Successful Quality Improvement Project Examples Mindy Morris, DNP(c), MS, CNS, NNP-BC 9:30 Refreshment Break 9:45 NEC: The Surgical Perspective Wolfgang Stehr, MD 10:30 Genetics at the Bedside: Impact on Care Beverly Inge Walti, MSN, RNC-NIC, CPNP, CNS 11:15 Questions and Discussion Faculty Panel 11:45 Adjourn main conference Tuesday, June 25 and wednesday, june 26
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 8 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM Sandra Sundquist Beauman, MSN, RNC-NIC, CNS CNS Consulting Albuquerque, New Mexico Sonia Lomeli Bonifacio, MD Co-Director, Neurointensive Care Nursery UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco, California Maria Roberta Cilio, MD, PhD Division of Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology Department of Neurology University of California San Francisco San Francisco, California Ronald S. Cohen, MD, FAAP Medical Director, Packard Intermediate Care Nurseries Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Stanford University School of Medicine Palo Alto, California Donna M. Ferriero, MD, MS W.H. and Marie Wattis Distinguished Professor and Chair Department of Pediatrics Physician-in-Chief, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco, California Sharon Fichera, MSN, RN, NNP-BC, CNS Planning Committee Member Clinical Nurse Specialist/Clinical Manager Newborn and Infant Critical Care Unit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Los Angeles, California Hannah C. Glass, MDCM, MAS Assistant Professor, Neurology & Pediatrics Co-Director, Neurointensive Care Nursery UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco, California Jay P. Goldsmith, MD Former Co-Chair, Neonatal Resuscitation Program Steering Committee American Academy of Pediatrics Professor of Pediatrics Tulane University School of Medicine New Orleans, Louisiana Jose A. Honold, MD Attending Neonatologist Director, Children’s Hospital Emergency Transport Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego Medical Director El Centro Regional Medical Center NICU Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics University of California San Diego San Diego, California Phuong Huynh, MS, RD, CSP Neonatal Dietitian Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland, California Heather Keller, BA Lead Parent, Department of Family-Centered Care Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Palo Alto, California Linda Lefrak, MSN, RN Conference Coordinator Clinical Nurse Specialist Intensive Care Nursery UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco, California Lindsay Lightbody, MA Developmental Specialist/Trainer Department of Pediatrics University of California San Francisco San Francisco, California Carolyn Lund, MSN, RN, FAAN Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist and ECMO Coordinator Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland, California Associate Clinical Professor, School of Nursing University of California San Francisco San Francisco, California Olivia Mayer, BS, RD Clinical Pediatric Dietitian, NICU Specialist Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Palo Alto, California Mindy Morris, DNP(c), MS, CNS, NNP-BC Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Coordinator, NICU Extremely Low Birth Weight Program CHOC Children’s Hospital Orange, California Conference Faculty
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 9 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM This conference went above and beyond my expectations. The speakers were definitely passionate about their presentation topics. It was well worth it. What a wealth of knowledge! Thank you. Sandra Key, RNC-NIC Yuma, AZ Emma Olson, MS, RN, CPNP Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Pulmonary Hypertension and Heart Failure UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco, California Susan Peloquin, MS, RN, PNP Clinical Coordinator, Neurointensive Care Nursery UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco, California Stacie O. Rohovit, MS, RN, NNP-BC Planning Committee Member NNP Supervisor Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Palo Alto, California Richard J. Shaw, MD Medical Director, Consultation-Liaison Services Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics Stanford University School of Medicine Palo Alto, California Jan Sherman, PhD, RN, NNP-BC Adjunct Associate Professor Department of Child Health, School of Medicine University of Missouri – Columbia Adjunct Associate Professor, College of Nursing University of Missouri St. Louis and Columbia, Missouri Thomas Shimotake, MD Co-Director, Neurointensive Care Nursery UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco, California Wolfgang Stehr, MD Pediatric Surgeon Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland, California Nancy Vierhaus, MSN, RNC Planning Committee Member Clinical Nurse Specialist Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Palo Alto, California Beverly Inge Walti, MSN, RNC-NIC, CPNP, CNS Clinical Nurse Specialist, NICU CHOC Children’s Hospital Orange, California Kimberly Yaeger, MEd, RN Senior Simulation Specialist Center for Advanced Pediatric and Perinatal Education (CAPE) Stanford University Palo Alto, California
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 10 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM POINTS OF INTEREST Take in a game at AT&T Park, home of the 2012 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants! With its breathtaking views and classic design, AT&T Park provides a unique San Francisco experience and is just a short distance (1.4 miles) from the conference hotel. host city: San Francisco Plan to extend your stay and drive north for wine- tasting in the world famous Napa and Sonoma Valley vineyards (1 hour by car), or south down the rugged California coast to Monterey, Carmel and Big Sur for spectacular ocean views (3 hours by car). For more information about San Francisco and the surrounding areas, visit www.sfvisitor.org Don’t miss Golden Gate Park (25 minutes by bus/light rail) and its gems, the de Young Museum, a state-of-the-art facility that integrates art, architecture and the natural landscape, and the brand new California Academy of Sciences, an intriguing combination of aquarium, planetarium, natural history museum and rain forest – all under one roof! San Francisco...an accessible city for the visitor with much to see and do. Explore Fisherman’s Wharf with the frenetic energy of fishing boats, street performers and artists. Pier 39 is an extravaganza of shops and restaurants, where you’ll be amazed at the antics of sea lions frolicking in the sun. From here you can hop on a cable car and take in sweeping views of the bay, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. Spend some time in Chinatown where fish markets, tea and herb shops, and exotic produce stalls spill onto the street, or North Beach, the Italian quarter, where you can join locals at an outdoor café for espresso and pastry or wander in and out of the tempting delis, bakeries and pasta houses. Your trip to San Francisco would not be complete without a shopping spree and this city offers many opportunities for that! From the delightful boutiques of Union and Chestnut Streets to the designer shops on Union Square, you will not be disappointed. San Francisco has a love affair with food and you will find a wide range of cuisines, pricing, and restaurant styles. After dinner, head to trendy SoMa, the “see and be seen” club scene, or head back to North Beach and take in Beach Blanket Babylon, the quirky, entertaining and riotously funny musical revue. Conference headquarters will be the dramatic Hyatt Regency San Francisco, with its impressive 20-story atrium lobby and a view from every room. The Hyatt is surrounded by a multitude of shops and restaurants, including the Ferry Building, bustling with a Farmer’s Market, gourmet shops and diverse restaurants. The California Street cable car line and Embarcadero MUNI and BART stations are steps from the lobby of the hotel, giving you easy access to all the unique sites and sounds of San Francisco. Come to San Francisco for the conference, and enjoy its amazing cultural, architectural, and natural surroundings.
  • neonatalnursing|june23–26,2013|#ncnn13 11 CONTEMPORARYFORUMS.COM Contemporary Forums Online CE Library is the leading source for quality accredited healthcare continuing education. Our website – OnlineCElibrary.com contains over 1,000 multimedia presentations featuring expert faculty and up-to-date education dedicated to clinical areas including: Contraception, Critical Care, Neonatal Care and Development, Pediatric and Adolescent Care, Psychiatric Nursing, Women’s Health and more... Online CE Library Group Accounts Hospitals, clinics and healthcare facilities can provide and manage quality accredited continuing education to meet staff needs. To request group account discount pricing and details, visit OnlineCElibrary.com or call (925) 361-4811. Exhibits To enhance your educational experience, we are inviting representatives from professionally relevant companies, organizations and hospitals to exhibit equipment, supplies, services and career opportunities. The schedule provides participants time for one-on-one discussion with exhibitors. For exhibit space availability or additional information: Phone: (925) 361-4807 Email: exhibits@cforums.com Visit: contemporaryforums.com/ exhibitors/ Email Updates If you are not currently receiving conference and/or online CE library information and updates via email, please go to ContemporaryForums.com and join our mailing list or update your email address. You will then be notified of all conferences as soon as they are announced as well as have access to all special promotions. All email addresses are for Contemporary Forums use only. 2013 CONFERENCE CALENDAR (partial listing) Contraceptive Technology Mar 13-16 San Francisco, CA The Young Child with Special Needs Apr 11-13 Atlanta, GA Contraceptive Technology Apr 17-20 Washington, DC Obstetric Nursing Apr 21-24 New Orleans, LA Advances in Health Care for Women Over 40 Apr 28-30 Scottsdale, AZ Neonatal Pharmacology Jun 6-8 La Jolla, CA Hot Topics in Primary Care Jul 21-24 Jackson Hole, WY Revolutionizing Nursing Education July 25-27 Anaheim, CA Pediatric Critical Care Nursing Oct 27-30 Las Vegas, NV The Fetus & Newborn: State-of-the-Art Care Nov 6-9 Washington, DC Developmental Interventions in Neonatal Care Nov 6-9 New Orleans, LA For complete conference information, visit ContemporaryForums.com, call toll-free at (800) 377-7707 or email: info@cforums.com Contemporary Forums is a division of American Career College. EARN CE CREDIT ONLINE
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