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Journey

  1. 1. Journey The Continues, Presented by Manitoba Renal Program Filtering Through Chronic Kidney Disease 2nd Annual MRP Conference Sunday, April 3 & Monday April 4 , 2005 rd th Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre, 1808 Wellington Avenue, Winnipeg, MB Who Should Attend? Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Social Workers, Dietitians, Diabetes Educators and Health Professionals involved in the care of people with kidney disease. Winnipeg Regional Office regional de la Health Authority sante de Winnipeg Caring for Health A l’ecoute de notre sante With support of our sponsors:
  2. 2. Journey About the Manitoba Renal Program The The Manitoba Renal Program (MRP) is a provincial clinical program under the auspices of the WRHA. Established in 1998, the MRP oversees the management and delivery of dialysis services (hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis), and renal health clinics and outreach within the province of Manitoba. Renal services are currently directly provided in Winnipeg (3 hospitals), Brandon and twelve local satellite centers in rural and northern Manitoba and North-Western Ontario. Conference Chairpersons: Dr. Keevin Bernstein, Medical Director, Manitoba Renal Program Ms. Betty Lou Burke, Program Director, WRHA Manitoba Renal Program Continues, Ms. Jan Schneider, Director, Patient Services, HSC Renal Program; Manager, Renal Health Clinic, HSC & Renal Health Outreach, WRHA Mr. Dan Skwarchuk, Administrative Director, Manitoba Renal Program Ms. Angela Chotka, Project Manager, Manitoba Renal Program Keynote Addresses Advanced CKD Complications Dr. Lorne Hurst, Dermatologist; Professor, University of Manitoba Taking Care: Ourselves & Others Dr. Mike Namaka, PhD, Neuroscientist; University of Manitoba, Ms. Terri Knox, Service Enhanced Training Department of Neurology, MS Clinic, HSC Terri will be discussing something often forgotten in healthcare! Care of the healthcare professional themself. Dr. Hurst will address cutaneous complications of the renal patient Exercise During Dialysis and Dr. Namaka will discuss his work in neuropathic pain Dr. Patricia Painter, PhD, Exercise Physiologist, San Francisco management. Transplant Rehabilitation Project (University of California)/Stanford Alternative Dialysis Delivery Models University Medical School Dr. Painter has worked with dialysis and transplant patients for Nocturnal Home Hemodialysis more than ten years. She will discuss outcomes associated with Mr. Andy Kroeker,Clinical Consultant, VideoCare, London Health exercise and renal patients, particularly during dialysis. Dr. Painter Sciences Centre will also facilitate a breakout session on starting a dialysis patient Assisted Peritoneal Dialysis exercise program. Toronto Model: Dr. Matthew Oliver, Director of Hemodialysis, Nephrology Sunnybrook and Women’s College Health Science Plenary Sessions Centre MRP Model: Ms. Betty Lou Burke, Program Director, WRHA Vascular Access: Management & Prevention of Manitoba Renal Program Complications Dialysis in First Nations Communities Dr. Matthew Oliver, Director of Hemodialysis, Nephrology Dr. Bruce Martin, Director, J.A. Hildes Northern Medical Unit Sunnybrook and Women’s College Health Science Centre Ms. Wendy Whalley, Program Manager, Island Lake, Regional Check the website for additional information Renal Health Program, J.A. Hildes Northern Medical Unit End of Life Discussions: Overcoming the Challenges A 3-hour CME accredited workshop will be provided on the MRP Dr. Mike Harlos, Director, Palliative Care, WRHA Renal Management Guidelines & Pharmacology concurrent with In addition to this keynote, Dr. Harlos will facilitate a workshop on this conference. developing skills to initiate and follow up end of life discussions. Conference Objectives To give healthcare professionals involved in the support of people living with kidney disease an educational forum to: · Discuss challenges in providing chronic illness care in an interdisciplinary and collaborative environment · Learn about developments in avoiding and treatment of some common CKD complications · Consider alternative care delivery models from within Manitoba and Canada · Develop strategies for self-care in a demanding, challenging work life and try alternative therapies at the conference · Participate in skill-building workshops
  3. 3. Sunday, April 3rd 7:30 am Breakfast & Registration AGENDA AGENDA AGENDA AGENDA AGENDA 8:30 am Welcome & Opening Remarks Ms. Betty Lou Burke Program Director, WRHA Manitoba Renal Program Dr. Keevin Bernstein, Medical Director, Manitoba Renal Program 8:45 am Keynote Address Taking Care: Ourselves & Others Ms. Terri Knox, Service Enhanced Training 9:30 am Exercise During Dialysis Dr. Patricia Painter, PhD Exercise Physiologist, University of California/Stanford University Medical School 10:30 am Morning Coffee Break 11:00 am Advanced CKD Complications Dr. Mike Namaka, PhD, Neuroscientist, Department of Neurology, U of M; MS Clinic, HSC Dr. Lorne Hurst, Dermatologist; Professor, University of Manitoba 12:30 pm Lunch 1:45 pm Exercise During Vascular What We Say = Dialysis: Getting Peritoneal Neuropathic Pain Access: Nursing What Is Heard Started Dialysis 101 Management Management 3:30 pm Nephrologists, Rural/Remote Nurses & Family What We Say = Peritoneal Discussion Developing Self Doctors: What Is Heard Dialysis 101 Care Strategies Primary Health (Repeat) (Repeat) for Renal Patients 6:30 pm Dinner & Entertainment Monday, April 4th 7:30 am Breakfast & Registration 8:30 am Vascular Access: Management & Prevention of Complications Dr. Matthew Oliver, Director of Hemodialysis, Nephrology Sunnybrook and Women’s College Health Science Centre 9:30 am Alternative Dialysis Delivery Models: A Panel Discussion Nocturnal Home Hemodialysis Mr. Andy Kroeker, Clinical Consultant, VideoCare, London Health Sciences Centre Assisted Peritoneal Dialysis Toronto Model: Dr. Matthew Oliver, Director of Hemodialysis, Nephrology Sunnybrook and Women’s College Health Science Centre MRP Model: Ms. Betty Lou Burke, Program Director, MRP Dialysis in First Nations Communities Dr. Bruce Martin, Director, J.A. Hildes Northern Medical Unit Ms. Wendy Whalley, Program Manager, Island Lake, Regional Renal Health Program, J.A. Hildes Northern Medical Unit 11:30 am Lunch End of Life Discussions: Overcoming the Challenges Dr. Mike Harlos, Director, Palliative Care, WRHA 1:00 pm End of Life Diabetes Discussions: A Ethics The “Sick” Role Management in Workshop Application Aboriginal Renal Patients Management Guidelines & 2:30 pm End of Life Pharmacology Discussions: A Hemodialysis 101 The “Sick” Role Developing Self Workshop (Repeat) Care Strategies (Repeat) 4:00 pm Closing Remarks
  4. 4. Three Easy Ways to Register ONLINE FAX MAIL www.manitobarenalprogram.ca (204) 669-0596 MRP 2nd Annual Conference c/o PlannersPlus 169 Rossmere Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R2K 0G1 First Name: Last Name: Company/Facility: Position: r Nurse r Family Physician r Pharmacist r Diabetic Educator r Dietitian r Administration/Policy r Social Worker r Other____________________________ Address: City: Province: RHA: Postal Code: Phone: Fax: Email: Categories & Rates r Full Conference Fees $100.00 r Conference Fees (Sunday Only) $75.00 r Conference Fees (Monday Only) $75.00 r Extra Banquet Ticket # Tickets _______ x $30.00 = ________ Total Workshop Selections Workshop descriptions are availiable online at www.manitobarenalprogram.ca Please indicate your first, second and third choices for the concurrent sessions. These will be filled on a first-come first serve basis. r A1- Exercise During Dialysis r C1- End of Life Discussions: A Workshop r A2- Vascular Access: Nursing Management r C2- Ethics Application r A3- What We Say = What Is Heard r C3- The “Sick” Role r A4- Peritoneal Dialysis 101 r C4- Diabetes Management in Aboriginal Patients r A5- Neuropathic Pain Management r C5- Renal Management Guidelines & Pharmacology (3 hour session) r B1- Developing Self Care Strategies r D1- End of Life Discussions: A Workshop (repeat) r B2- Nephrologists, Nurses & Family Doctors r D2- Hemodialysis 101 r B3- What We Say = What is Heard (repeat) r D3- The “Sick” Role r B4- Peritoneal Dialysis 101 (repeat) r D4- Developing Self Care Strategies r B5- Rural/Remote Discussion Delegate List Your name and address may be published in a list to be distributed to participants in the conference Please check this box if you do not wish to be included r What's Included Your registration to this two-day conference includes: official conference materials, attendance at all sessions, continental breakfast(s), refreshments at breaks and one ticket to the Sunday evening banquet. Cancellation/Refund Policy If cancellation is received in writing prior to March 15, 2005 you will receive a complete refund less $25.00 administrative fee. No refunds will be issued after March 15, 2005. Substitution of delegates is acceptable if advised prior to the conference. Need a Place to Stay? Accommodations are available at a reduced rate of $89.00 per night for a Standard Guest Room (Single or Double). Rooms are subject to availability. To reserve a Journey room call (204) 786-4801or toll free: 1-800-928-4067 and be sure to mention you are attending the MRP Conference. www.vicinn.com The For More Information Continues Dara Maternick, Conference Coordinator Phone: (204) 654-3995 Fax (204) 669-0596 Email: dara@plannersplus.ca

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