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  1. 1. 33rd Annual Dialysis Conference 33rd Annual InternationalPeritoneal Dialysis Conference19th International Symposium on Hemodialysis 24th Annual Symposium on Pediatric Dialysis March 9-12, 2013 Seattle, Washington This conference is designed for health professionals: physicians, fellows, nurses, dietitians and social workers. som.missouri.edu/dialysis SEATTLE • 2013
  2. 2. THE CONFERENCE will be held Saturday, March 9 33rd Annual through Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Dialysis Conference at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center in Seattle, Washington. 33rd Annual International Information about conference registration,Peritoneal Dialysis Conference hotels and the surrounding area19th International Symposium will be provided in this brochure and on our website. on Hemodialysis som.missouri.edu/dialysis 24th Annual Symposium on Pediatric Dialysis Contents March 9-12, 2013 Course Description/Objectives .......................................3 Seattle, Washington Pre-Conference Sessions Sponsored by Saturday, March 9 The Fundamentals of Dialysis in Children .....................................4 ������ A Comprehensive Course in Hemodialysis ................................4, 5 ����������� Home Hemodialysis Fundamentals and Symposium .................5, 6 ������������������������������������ ADC Technician Program .............................................................6 �������� Peritoneal Dialysis in North America.........................................6, 7 ����������������� ������������������������������������ Welcome and Awards .........................................................7 Preliminary Program ����������� ��� �������� Sunday, March 10 • Day 1 General Session ............................................................................8 Integrated Sessions ...................................................................8, 9 HD Fundamentals and Advances Sessions ..............................9, 10 PD Fundamentals and Advances Sessions .............................10, 11 Abstract Deadline: 24th Annual Symposium on Pediatric Dialysis ...........................11 October 1, 2012 Monday, March 11 • Day 2 Please visit our website som.missouri.edu/dialysis Fellows Forum ............................................................................11 for instructions and online submission. Nursing Keynote Presentation ....................................................11Paper forms are also available for you to download. Integrated Sessions ...............................................................11, 12 HD Fundamentals and Advances Sessions ............................12, 13 PD Fundamentals and Advances Sessions ...................................13 24th Annual Symposium on Pediatric Dialysis ...........................14 Tuesday, March 12 • Day 3 Integrated Sessions ...............................................................14, 15 HD Fundamentals and Advances Sessions ..................................15 PD Fundamentals and Advances Sessions .............................15, 16 24th Annual Symposium on Pediatric Dialysis ...........................16 General Information ..........................................................17 Abstract Deadline and Submission Instructions ....18 Registration Form ..............................................................19
  3. 3. Course Description The Annual Dialysis Conference: the Thirty-third AnnualConference on Peritoneal Dialysis, Nineteenth InternationalSymposium on Hemodialysis and Twenty-fourth AnnualSymposium on Pediatric Dialysis are presented by theUniversity of Missouri School of Medicine, Department of The Annual Dialysis ConferenceInternal Medicine, Division of Nephrology; Continuing has been endorsed by theMedical Education; the University of Missouri Sinclair School following organizations:of Nursing; and the Academy for Postgraduate Health CareEducation. This conference convenes an international group ofpractitioners and researchers to discuss current developmentsin the field of dialysis. The conference is designed for healthprofessionals involved in established dialysis programs, as well as International Societythose working in new and developing programs. Both researchers National Renal for Hemodialysisand clinicians will find sessions of interest to them. Extensive Administrative Associationcommercial exhibits give participants a chance to see forthemselves what is new in PD and HD products and services.Conference ObjectivesParticipants will be able to: 1. Review appropriate dialysis therapies to meet the medical and psychosocial needs of CKD patients and their families. 2. Describe current trends and established strategies in the management of the full range of services required by adult and pediatric dialysis patients. 3. Compare and contrast research findings related to improving the quality of care for dialysis patients. 4. Evaluate the latest evidence concerning the prevention and management of complications of CKD and dialysis. 5. Discuss major controversies and new developments in PD, HD, and pediatric dialysis. 6. Review fundamental knowledge of dialysis. Equal opportunity is and shall be provided to all participants in Extension programs and activities and for all employees and applicantsfor employment on the basis of their demonstrated ability and competencewithout discrimination on the basis of their race, color, religion, sex, sexualorientation, national origin, age disability or status as a Vietnam-era veteran.This policy shall not be interpreted in such a manner as to violate the legalrights of religious organizations or military organizations associated with thearmed forces of the United States of America. American Society of Nephrology 3
  4. 4. Saturday • March 9, 2013 PRE-CONFERENCE SESSIONS Saturday • March 9, 2013 Session II Franz Schaefer, MD; Roseanne Woloschuk, RD, Presiding The Fundamentals of Dialysis in Children 10:40-11:50am 8:00am-5:40pm 10:40 Nutrition Guidelines for Children on Dialysis: A Case-based Approach - Nonnie Polderman, BSc Presented in Cooperation with the 11:20 Growth and Growth Hormone Therapy - John Mahan, MD American Society of Pediatric Nephrology 11:50 Luncheon T he care of children receiving chronic dialysis is a challenging, multidisciplinary enterprise. The Fundamentals of Dialysis in Children is a day-long course designed to provide a complete review of the Session III - Simultaneous Early Afternoon Sessions 12:30-2:00pm major issues involved in the management of pediatric hemodialysis and Fellows’ Case Conference: Stump the Consultants peritoneal dialysis patients. Taught by a faculty of international experts John Mahan, MD, Presiding in pediatric dialysis care, The Fundamentals of Dialysis in Children is the 12:30 The Consultants: Jordan Symons, MD; Stuart Goldstein, only course of its kind currently available. While the course is presented MD; Marc Joseph, MD; Beth Piraino, MD; Patrick Brophy, at the level of the beginning pediatric dialysis physician-in-training, it will MD; Bruce Morgenstern, MD; Jack Moncrief, MD be of value to pediatric and adult nephrology fellows, pediatric and adult 2:00 Break nephrologists, pediatric and adult dialysis nurses, allied personnel and all Pediatric Dietitians’ Breakout Session (Limited to 60 people) others who care for children in dialysis facilities. Nonnie Polderman, BSc; Rosanne Woloschuk, RD, Presiding Three Fundamental Case Studies Travel Grants for Fellows Parisa Mehrfar, RD; Sabrina Martinelli; Kirsten Thompson, RD Fellows are invited to submit 1 to 3 page case summaries describing 2:00 Break problem pediatric peritoneal dialysis or hemodialysis cases. $500 travel grants will be awarded to Fellows who submit cases chosen for Pediatric Nursing Breakout Session - Theresa Mottes, RN, Presiding presentation during The Fundamentals of Dialysis in Children course. In 12:30 Nursing Assessment of the Pediatric Chronic Kidney addition, all Fellows who submit cases will have registration fees waived Disease Patient - Michele Mills, RN for both the Fundamentals course and the main Dialysis Conference that 1:15 Nomenclature of Pediatric Kidney Disease follows. Eileen Brewer, MD Cases should be chosen to illustrate and emphasize important aspects 2:00 Break of the management of pediatric dialysis patients especially as they differ Session IV from adult patients. Case summaries describing unusual or atypical Steven Alexander, MD, Presiding patients may also be submitted if they serve to call attention to an event 2:15-3:45pm or circumstance that may be encountered in the care of pediatric dialysis 2:15 Components of a Pediatric Dialysis Program patients. Finally, cases that seem likely to “stump the consultants” will Linda Jones, MHA, BSN; Amy Nau, MSN, MBA, RN be given additional consideration. Winning Fellows will be invited to 2:45 Diagnosis and Treatment of Renal Anemia present their cases during the “Fellows’ Case Forum” session during Bradley Warady, MD the Fundamentals course. Members of the Fundamentals faculty who 3:15 Renal Bone Disease - Alicia Neu, MD have not seen the case summaries will serve as the panel of consultants. 3:45 Break Cases should be organized so that they lead to one or more management questions that can be posed to the consultants and the audience. Session V Case summaries should be submitted as an electronic file attached Alicia Neu, MD, Presiding to an e-mail. Please submit to both of the following e-mail addresses: 4:00-5:40pm ksands@stanford.eduand (Kimberly Sands) and John.Mahan@nation 4:00 Major Infectious Complications Seen in Children on Dialysis widechildrens.org (John Mahan, MD). Meredith Atkinson, MD, MHS The deadline for receipt of case summaries is December 7, 2012. 4:40 Cardiovascular Complications in Dialyzed Children Winners will be notified in Mid-December. All who submit case Franz Schaefer, MD summaries will be promptly notified by electronic mail that their cases 5:10 Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy: The Basics have been received. For urgent questions, please email or call Kimberly Scott Sutherland, MD Sands at (650)723-7903 or ksands@stanford.edu. Please do not send case 5:40 Adjourn summaries to the main conference office at the University of Missouri. 8:00 Welcome - Steven Alexander, MD A Comprehensive Course in Hemodialysis Session I Bradley Warady, MD; Helen Currier, BSN, RN, Presiding 8:00am-6:00pm 8:10-10:20am Presented in Cooperation with the 8:10 Peritoneal and Vascular Access: The Basics - Mary Brandt, MD International Society for Hemodialysis 8:50 The Physiology of Dialysis - Jordan Symons, MD 9:20 9:50 PD Prescription and Adequacy - Steven Alexander, MD HD Prescription and Adequacy - Stuart Goldstein, MD T his unique, full day session is specifically designed to cover practical aspects of extracorporeal therapies for those who care for patients in dialysis facilities. The fundamentals are intended for nephrologists 10:20 Break in training, practicing nephrologists, and advanced practice nurses. 4
  5. 5. Saturday • March 9, 2013Internationally renowned speakers will provide theoretical background 1:45 Dialyzer and Machine Related Complications: Pathogenesis,for practical aspects of extracorporeal therapies. Prevention and Treatment - John Stivelman, MD Air embolism, complications of wrong dialysis solutionSession I: Blood Access composition; reactions to dialyzers, sterilants and other chemicals8:00-9:30am (e.g, perfluorohydrocarbon)8:00 Creation and Results with AV Fistula - W. Kirt Nichols, MD, 2:15 Discussion MHA 2:30 Medical Director Essentials: What You Need to Know about Preservation of veins, pre-surgical evaluation (physical, “Conditions for Coverage”- Suhail Ahmad, MD ultrasound, arteriography), veins suitable for fistula, surgical 3:30 Discussion technique (side to side, end to end or side to end anastomosis), 3:45 Break vein superficialization, fistula maturation, fistula complications (stenosis, steal syndrome, aneurysm, high output failure), fistula Session IV: Dialyzer Reuse and Essentials of Water results Treatment8:30 Catheters for Acute and Chronic HD - Jack Work, MD 4:00-6:00pm Design (single lumen, double lumen, dual lumen, staggered tip, 4:00 Essentials of Water Treatment - Peter DeOreo, MD symmetrical tip); untunneled and tunneled catheters, uncuffed Importance of water quality and standards; contaminants: and cuffed catheters, advantages and disadvantages of silicone inorganic, organic, microorganisms; general classes of water and polyurethane, antibacterial and anticlotting impregnation treatment: particulate filters, softeners and deionizers, activated techniques. Indications for catheter use insertion technique, correct charcoal filters, reverse osmosis; latest AAMI standards, water tip position. Catheter complications during insertion (bleeding, quality monitoring, pipe-loop distribution, sanitizing the system; hematoma, pneumothorax, hemothorax, air embolus, retroperineal ultrapure dialysate hematoma). Long term complications (catheter obstruction, 4:45 Discussion clotting, fibrous sheath, vein thrombosis, stenosis, exit infection, 5:00 Dialyzer Reuse - Kurt Tarwater, MD bacteremia) and their treatment; catheter results Brief history of dialyzer reuse; cleaning agents, disinfectants, and9:15 Discussion sterilants (sodium hypochlorite, hydrogen peroxide, formaldehyde,9:30 Break peracetic acid, glutaraldehyde, dry heat, heated citric acid, moist heat); reuse of cellulosic, semisynthetic, and synthetic membranes;Session II machines for dialyzer reuse; influence of reuse methods on small10:00am-12:00pm and large molecule clearances, and albumin losses10:00 Catheter Care and Use - Lesley Dinwiddie, MSN, RN, FNP 5:45 Discussion Aseptic connection and disconnection technique of catheter to 6:00 Adjourn lines; straight and reversed direction of lines, blood recirculation, exit site care in center and in home. Complications during dialysis (disconnection, air embolism, bleeding). Procedures in case of accident (disconnection, cut) Home Hemodialysis Fundamentals10:45 Cannulation of Grafts and Fistulas - Lynda Ball, MSN, RN & Symposium Physical examination before first cannulation, assessment of fistula 8:00am-5:30pm or graft depth and size, antiseptic precautions, selection of needles, anesthesia (local, topical), directions of needles, securing needles Presented in Cooperation with the after insertion, fistula care post dialysis. Buttonhole cannulation: International Society for Hemodialysis field preparation, selection of cannulation segment, creation of buttonhole with sharp needles, scab removal, needle direction, best technique of needle insertion, cannulation technique of established H ome hemodialysis patients and facilities continue to grow, both worldwide and in the USA. This program brings together representatives of successful home hemodialysis programs to discuss buttonhole. Fistula complications: infection, air embolism, line elements of effective home hemodialysis. separation, bleeding, hematoma/infiltration, recirculation This full day pre-session will provide an overview of the fundamental11:45 Discussion elements essential to successfully develop and maintain a home12:00 Luncheon hemodialysis program for new, as well as for existing or expandingSession III: Essentials of Technical and Administrative programs. The session will also allow interactive discussion with speakersAspects in a HD Unit and experts in the field.1:00-3:45pm This program is intended for physicians, nurses, fellows, administrators1:00 Essentials of Dialyzer and Non-dialyzer Components of HD and other members of the healthcare team providing home dialysis Systems - Madhukar Misra, MD therapy, as well as patients and the dialysis industry and manufacturers Influence of capillary (hollow fiber) dialyzer design on clearances, who support home hemodialysis. ultrafiltration and retrofiltration; types of membranes (cellulosic, Session I: State of the Art substituted cellulosic, synthetic) and their properties; permeability Christopher Blagg, MD; Leonor Ponferrada, BSN, RN, Presiding to water and molecules of various sizes; delivery of blood to the 8:00-9:10am dialyzer: inflow tubing, pump, negative pressure monitor, infusion 8:00 Welcome - Christopher Blagg, MD and Leonor Ponferrada, line; outflow tubing, bubble trap, positive pressure monitor; BSN, RN proportioning dialysis solution delivery (proportioning pump 8:15 Update: USRDS Data and Studies on More Frequent Dialysis systems, heater and temperature control, negative effluent pump, and Related Topics - Robert Foley, MD negative pressure control, mixing vessel and de-aerator, blood leak 8:45 Reimbursement Issues on HHD - Thomas Golper, MD detector) 5
  6. 6. Saturday • March 9, 2013 Session II: Developing and Maintaining a Successful Home Dialysis Program Michelle Carver, BSN, RN, Presiding ADC Technician Program 9:10-10:30am 12:30-5:30pm 9:10 Efficient Organization of a Home Dialysis Program: Integration of Home HD with a PD Program Presented in cooperation with the Aaron Herold, MSW, LCSW Greater Puget Sound ANNA Chapter D 9:30 Attracting Patients to the Home Program: Informed Consent ialysis Technicians comprise a major portion of the workforce in Robert Lockridge, MD dialysis facilities. They are essential members of the interdisciplinary 10:00 Optimal Patient Education Strategies - Janine Jeffries, RN team who interact with other healthcare providers and patients. This 10:30 Break program is designed for dialysis technicians and other healthcare Session III: Practical Aspects of Patient Management providers who participate in providing care for patients receiving dialysis Carl Kjellstrand, MD, PhD, Presiding therapy. 10:45am-12:00pm Program Objectives 10:45 Dialysis Adequacy - Carl Kjellstrand, MD, PhD Participants will be able to: 11:05 Bone/Mineral/Calcium/Phosphorus - Brent Miller, MD 1. Review the appropriate roles of the technician in a dialysis 11:25 Anemia/Iron/EPO Management - John Stivelman, MD facility. 12:00 Luncheon 2. Describe current trends and major clinical areas of practice that Session IV: Nursing Luncheon Breakout Session are most affected by the dialysis technician. (Limited to 100 people) 3. Discuss the impact of the technician’s job performance on Lisa Koester, MSN, RN, Facilitator patient care outcomes. 12:10-12:50pm Session I Panelists: Michelle Carver, BSN, RN; Lisa Koester, MSN, RN; Janine Nancy Colobong Smith, MN, ARNP, CNN, Presiding Jeffries, RN 12:15-3:00pm • Program Development 12:15 Welcome - Leonor Ponferrada, BSN, RN, CNN • Cannulation 12:30 The Certified Dialysis Technician: Performing on a Higher • Patient Management Level of Accountability in the Workplace Session V: Practical Aspects of Patient Management II Danilo Concepcion, CHHT, CHT Michael Kraus, MD, Presiding 1:00 Frequently Asked Questions about Certification 1:00-2:30pm Kim Deaver, BSN, RN, CNN 1:00 Sodium/Dry Weight Management - Bessie Young, MD 1:15 Chlorine and Chloramine: A Matter of Life and Death 1:20 Constant Site Cannulation (Buttonhole): Is There a Benefit? Mikki Ward, RN Deborah Brouwer, RN 1:45 Infection Control in Dialysis: Exposure Risks and Isolation 1:40 Clinical Monitoring of Vascular Access Patency and Function Practices - Nancy McAfee, MN, RN, CNN Anil Agarwal, MD 2:15 Taking Care of the Vascular Access - Peter Gregory, MD 2:00 The Patient Perspective and Experience: What Should We 3:00 Break Learn from Them? - Bill Peckham, BS Session II: Practical Aspects of Care Session VI: Managing Complications Judy Mallon, RN, Presiding Robert Pauly, MD, MSc, Presiding 3:15-5:30pm 2:30-3:35pm 3:15 Following the Dialysis Prescription: How Important Is It? 2:30 Patient Burnout and Non-adherence - Michael Kraus, MD John Stivelman, MD 2:50 Caregiver Burden Among HHD Patients - Linda Gromko, MD 3:45 The Story Behind the Numbers - Lynda Ball, MSN, RN 3:10 Preventing, Monitoring and Treating Infections 4:40 Effective Communication: Case Scenarios Robert Pauly, MD, MSc Carol Headley, DNSc, ACNP-BC, RN, CNN 5:20 Summary and Evaluation - Nancy Colobong Smith, MN, ARNP, Session VII: New Technology CNN Christopher Blagg, MD, Presiding 5:30 Adjourn 3:35-4:45pm 3:35 Can We Use New Technology to Communicate with Patients in Their Homes? - Joseph Pulliam, MD 4:00 Machines for HHD (Baxter, NxStage, Fresenius, etc.) Introducing this year: Robert Lockridge, MD Peritoneal Dialysis in North America: 4:30 Discussion Challenges and Opportunities 4:45 Break Presented in Cooperation with the North American Chapter Session VIII: Learn From Your Colleagues of the International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis Thomas Golper, MD, Presiding 5:00-5:30pm 5:00 Summary and Interactive Panel Discussion T The North American Chapter of the ISPD is dedicated to increasing knowledge and training in peritoneal dialysis, along with fostering excellence in research. This symposium will highlight basic Panelists: Robert Lockridge, MD; Robert Pauly, MD, MSc; Brent Miller, MD; Lisa Koester, MSN, RN; Jodean Baldauf, MBA concepts and the latest research in peritoneal dialysis. The symposium 5:30 Adjourn will examine novel clinical trials using patient- reported outcomes (PROs) as surrogates for the more traditional endpoints of mortality and morbidity with an emphasis on peritoneal dialysis in the elderly. We will also review the latest clinical trials in PD and highlight 6
  7. 7. Saturday • March 9, 2013recent advances and controversies; we will conclude with sessions onbasic and clinical research regarding calcium and vascular disease and NEW – We are inviting all nephrology nursesalternative PD solutions. This program will be suitable for practitioners with no more than 12 months of experienceand fellows seeking the latest updates on PD therapy. in the field of dialysis to submit an application for a travel grant.Session I: Observational and Randomized Trials in PD Recipients of the travel grant will receive waived registration8:00-10:00am to one of the Saturday pre-conferences of their choice,8:00 Update on Peritoneal Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Pattern and a check in the amount of $1000 to be used to offset Study (PDOPPS) their travel expenses. In order to be considered8:20 PD and Volume Assessment for selection, you must submit the following:8:40 Cardiovascular Effects of Dialysis Treatment9:00 Hemoglobin and Survival 1. A one-page résumé9:20 Left Ventricular Hypertrophy in Children 2. One letter of recommendation from your immediate9:40 Discussion: Speaker Panel supervisor10:00 Break 3. A one-page letter of support from your program director or nurse managerSession II: New Approaches to Clinical Research in PD 4. A brief statement as to how your attendance at the10:30am-12:30pm pre-conference will directly benefit patient care10:30 Patient Centered Outcome Research and Comparative Effectiveness Research Applications may be submitted electronically:10:55 The Utility and Value of Patient Reported Outcomes: dialysis@health.missouri.edu New FDA Initiatives or via mail: University of Missouri11:20 Patient Reported Outcomes in the Elderly Patient on PD Office of Continuing Medical Education11:45 Which Patient Reported Outcomes Should be Used c/o Allison Rentfro Routinely for PD Patients? 2401 Lemone Indust Blvd; DC345.0012:10 Discussion Columbia, MO 6521212:30 Luncheon All applications must be received no later than Monday, December 3, 2012.Luncheon Breakout Session: Effects of Reimbursement Notification of acceptance will be made after January 1, 2013.Policy on PD Use Including ‘Bundling’ This opportunity was made possible through the12:30-2:00pm financial support of Baxter International, Inc.Panel: TBASession III: Vascular Calcification in CKD2:00-4:00pm Welcome & Awards Ceremony2:00 Biology of Vascular Calcification2:20 Nephrogenic Calcification and Cardiovascular Disease Saturday, March 9, 2013 • 6:30-7:35 pm2:40 Vitamin D, FGF 23, and Phosphate Karl Nolph, MD; Leonor Ponferrada, BSN, RN, Presiding3:00 Management of Secondary Hyperparathyroidism in PD3:20 Discussion Panel 6:30 Welcome- Karl Nolph, MD4:00 Break 6:35 Lifetime Achievement Award in HDSession IV: New Solutions and Biocompatibility for Nathan Levine, MD4:45-6:00pm presented by Madhukar Misra, MD4:45 Glucose: Friend or Foe? 6:45 Lifetime Achievement Award in PD5:05 Recent Clinical Trials in Low GDP Solutions? for Michael Flessner, MD5:25 Glucose Sparing Strategies – Icodextrin and Other Solutions presented by Ramesh Khanna, MD5:45 Biocompatible Solutions in Children 6:55 Barbara Prowant Lifetime Achievement Award in6:00 Adjourn Nephrology Nursing for Donna Mapes, DNSc, MS, RN presented by Leonor Ponferrada, BSN, RN 7:05 Special Recognition Award for Keith Johnson, MD presented by Karl Nolph, MD 7:15 • Best PD Abstract presented by Joanne Bargman, MD • Best HD Abstract presented by Madhukar Misra, MD • Best PD Nursing Abstract Gillian Brunier MSc, RN, CNeph(c) • Best HD Nursing Abstract presented by Leonor Ponferrada, BSN, RN • Best Pediatric Abstract presented by Steven Alexander, MD 7:25 Update on the next ISPD Congress - Joanne Bargman, MD 7:35 Update on the next ISHD Congress - Madhukar Misra, MD 7:45 Light Reception following the ceremony - Located in the Exhibit Hall 7
  8. 8. Sunday • March 10, 2013 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM March 10 - 12, 2013 • Seattle, Washington SEATTLE • 2013 Clinical Nephrology III [13A] Molly Cahill, MSN, ANP, BC, Presiding DAY ONE 10:45am-12:15pm 10:45 Ethnicity and Genetics in CKD: Issues to Consider Sunday • March 10, 2013 Mary Schira, PhD, RN, ACNP 11:30 Staging of CKD and Management Strategies GENERAL SESSION Carol Headley, DNSc, ACNP-BC, RN Karl Nolph, MD and Leonor Ponferrada, BSN, RN, Presiding 12:15 Luncheon 9:00-10:00am 9:00 Welcome - Karl Nolph, MD and Leonor Ponferrada, BSN, RN Afternoon Sessions • 2:00-4:00pm 9:10 Keynote Address: MONDO - A Novel Global Dialysis Data Basic Science Frontiers in PD and HD [20A] Base Initiative: Design and Outcomes - Peter Kotanko, MD John Van Stone, MD and Peter Blake, MD, Presiding 9:35 Keynote Address: Stephen Vas Memorial Lectureship: Does 2:00-4:00pm the Absence of Newer PD Solutions Impact Patient Care 2:00 The Peritoneal Endothelial Glycocalyx vs Hollow Fiber in the USA PD Population? A European Perspective Membrane Deposits - Contrasting Effects on Transport Edwina Brown, MD Michael Flessner, MD, PhD 10:00 Break 2:30 Stem Cell Therapies for Prevention and/or Treatment of CKD Isaac Teitelbaum, MD INTEGRATED SESSIONS 3:00 Nanotechnology Based Gene Therapy for Peritoneal Fibrosis Late Morning Sessions • 10:45am-12:15pm Kunal Chaudhary, MD Three Major Topics in Dialysis Therapy [10A] 3:30 Morphology and Physiology of the Interstitium; Its Role in Joanne Bargman, MD and Alan Kliger, MD, Presiding PD and HD Ultrafiltration and Patient Hemodynamics 10:45am-12:15pm Michael Flessner, MD, PhD 10:45 USA and Global Dialysis Trends (examining the present and 4:00 Break predicting the future) - James Sloand, MD 11:15 Replacing Dialysis as the Main Uremia Therapy Workshop: Incorporating Meaningful Use of Computers and the (xenotransplantation, probiotic oral regimens, preventing Electronic Medical Record into Your Dialysis Units [21A] CKD) - Eli Friedman, MD 2:00-4:00pm 11:45 Ethical Stresses in Delivering Maintenance Dialysis Terry Ketchersid, MD (undocumented aliens, unwilling or uncooperative patients, prisoners, psychotics, nursing homes, multiple comorbidities, Clinical Nephrology IV: Joint Physician and Nursing Session [22A] terminal illness other than CKD) - Mitchell Rosner, MD Linda McCann, RD, CSR, Presiding 12:15 Luncheon 2:00-4:00pm 2:00 An End to Accidental Acute Care: “Engineering a Better Clinical Nephrology I [11A] Future” (This presentation covers how to improve education, Sally Burrows-Hudson, MSN, RN, CNN, Presiding patient-focused care, and how to apply engineering principles 10:45am-12:15pm to what we do clinically) - Peter Brindley, MD 10:45 Emerging Trends in the DPM: Implications for Nursing 3:00 Patient Engagement: A Magic Bullet That Can Reduce Practice - Donna Mapes, DNSc, MS, RN Hospitalization? - Glenda Payne, MS, RN 11:30 Applying Research Findings into Clinical Practice 4:00 Break Cynthia Russell, PhD, RN 12:15 Luncheon Clinical Nephrology V: Blood Pressure Management in CKD [23A] Nancy Colobong Smith, MN, ARNP, Presiding Clinical Nephrology II: Joint Nursing and Nutrition Session [12A] 2:00-4:00pm Food Additives: Implications for the ESRD Patient 2:00 Hypertension Numbers and Beyond - Suhail Ahmad, MD Karen Wiesen, MS, RD, Presiding 2:45 Assessment of Blood Pressure and Management of 10:45am-12:15pm Hypertension in ESRD Patients - Deborah Zimmerman, MD, 10:45 Probiotics in 2013 Panacea or Poison in the Acute and FRCP(C) Chronically Ill Patients - Robert Martindale, MD, PhD 3:15 Optimizing Blood Pressure Management in Patient with 11:25 Phosphorus - Linda McCann, RD, CSR Chronic Kidney Disease - Wendy St. Peter, PharmD 11:50 Sodium/ Potassium - Karen Wiesen, MS, RD 3:45 Discussion 12:15 Luncheon 4:00 Break 8
  9. 9. Late Afternoon Sessions • 4:45-6:00pm Home Hemodialysis I: Understanding the Economics of Home Sunday • March 10, 2013 Clinical Topics of Importance to Both PD and HD: Anemia and Hemodialysis [11B] Vitamin D [40A] Brent Miller, MD; Katrina Russell, RN, Presiding Rajnish Mehrotra, MD; Isaac Teitelbaum, MD, Presiding 10:45am-12:15pm 4:45-6:00pm 10:45 Economics of Home Dialysis Program - Brent Miller, MD 4:45 Current Recommendations and Comparisons of ESA and Iron 11:10 Physical Space Considerations for the Home Dialysis Program Therapy in PD and HD - John Van Stone, MD Aaron Herold, MSW, LCSW 5:15 Vitamin D Deficiencies and Therapies in PD and HD 11:30 Integration of Business Practices and Common Business Compared - Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh, MD, PhD, MPH Problems in Home Dialysis - Jodean Baldauf, MBA, RN 6:00 Adjourn 12:00 Discussion 12:15 Lunch Workshop: Dialysis after a Failed Transplant [41A] Leanne Peace, MSW, LCSW, Presiding Clinical HD Nursing I: Infection Control and Safety [12B] 4:45-6:00pm Deborah Brouwer, RN, Presiding Dori Schatell, MS; Melissa Hale, MSW, LCSW 10:45am-12:15pm Patients whose kidney transplants are failing need up-to-date education 10:45 National Healthcare Safety Network Update: Vascular Access to help them choose a dialysis modality. This session will focus on how Infections - Priti Patel, MD you can offer psychosocial and lifestyle support for the patient who 11:30 Organizational Strategies to Decrease Vascular Access had a functioning kidney transplant for only a brief time, as well as the Infections - Alex Rosenblum, BSN, RN long-term transplant patient who has not experienced dialysis for a 12:00 Discussion long time. 12:15 Lunch Professional Issues in Nephrology [42A] Afternoon Sessions • 2:00-4:00pm Glenda Payne, MS, RN, CNN, Presiding Hot Topics in Dialysis Research [20B] 4:45-6:00pm Bernard Canaud, MD, Presiding Presented in Collaboration with the American Nephrology Nurses 2:00-4:00pm Association (ANNA) 2:00 The Time for Writing an Obituary for GFR as a Marker for 4:45 Leadership Skills: Enhancing Professional Growth Dialysis Initiation has Arrived - Nathalie Neirynck, MD Mary Schira, PhD, RN, ACNP 2:30 The Outcome Benefits of Calcimimetics in the Era of 5:30 Beyond the Workplace: How to Stay Current and Connected Bundling Needs Reexamination - Daniel Coyne, MD Glenda Payne, MS, RN; Theresa Mottes, RN 3:00 The Role of HD Frequency or Duration in Improving 6:00 Adjourn Outcomes: What is Important and Why - Ercan Ok, MD 3:30 It is Time to Compare Anemia Management Strategies in HD Workshop: Health Care at Its Best and Worst: What My Husband’s Patients - Daniel Coyne, MD Kidney Failure Taught Me about My Own Profession [43A] 4:00 Break Jane McLure, BS, Presiding 4:45-6:00pm Features of and Results with Home Hemodialysis Machines [21B] Linda Gromko, MD Robert Lockridge, MD, Presiding Linda Gromko is a board-certified family physician and author of 3 2:00-4:00pm books based on her personal relationship with her husband and her 2:00 2008K@Home (Fresenius) - Mary Showers experiences living with kidney disease and dialysis. In this workshop, 2:20 NxStage Therapy System - Leigh Mortier Dr. Gromko shares a number of medical “take home lessons” from 2:40 Quanta FS - Peter Hoyer these experiences. Equally important, she shares insights about her 3:00 Portable Sorbent Machine (Fresenius) - David Updyke own profession – at its best and worst, stratifying health care providers 3:20 Physidia S3 - Jules Traeger into “the Passionate, the Placeholders, and the Problem makers.” Join 3:30 Physidia S3 - Roula Galland Dr. Gromko and explore the characteristics that make certain health 4:00 Adjourn care providers truly great – and those less-distinguished behaviors that can be modified to improve the patient’s experience for all concerned. Home Hemodialysis II: Joint Physician and Nursing Session [22B] Christopher Blagg, MD, PresidingHD FUNDAMENTALS AND ADVANCES PROGRAM 2:00-4:00Late Morning Sessions • 10:45am-12:15pm 2:00 Bundling: Implications on HD - Jay Wish, MD Anticoagulation in 2013 [10B] 2:30 Whose Decision Should it be? Daniel Coyne, MD, Presiding 3:00 Panel Discussion: Strategies to Manage Systematic Barriers to 10:45am-12:15pm Home Hemodialysis - Thomas Golper, MD, Presiding 10:45 The Rationale for the Use of Low Molecular Weight Panelists: John Moran, MB, BS; Joseph Pulliam, MD; Heparin in HD - Andrew Davenport, MD Nasser Hebah, FASN 11:15 Unfractionated Heparin is Still the Best Option for 4:00 Break Anticoagulation in HD - Robert Reilly, MD 11:45 Alternative Options for Anticoagulation Suhail Ahmad, MD 12:15 Luncheon 9
  10. 10. Late Afternoon Sessions • 4:45-6:00pm PD Nursing Clinical Topics I: Unplanned Dialysis Initiation-Sunday • March10, 2013 DOPPS [40B] Urgent Start PD [12C] Best Practices for Improving Patient Outcomes: New Insights from 10:45am-12:15pm DOPPS - Rajiv Saran, MD, MS, MBBS, Presiding Valerie Price, RN, Presiding 4:45-6:00pm 10:45 Developing a Successful Program - Pamela Carroll, RN 4:45 Recovery Time After Hemodialysis is Important Patients: 11:15 Nursing Perspective: Process and Protocols What Can Be Done? - Donna Mapes, DNSc, MS, RN Cheryl Groenhoff, MSN, MBA, RN 5:05 Blood Pressure in Dialysis, New Findings in the DOPPS 11:45 Clinical Experience with Urgent Start PD - Valerie Price, RN David Goodkin, MD 12:15 Luncheon 5:25 Safe and Effective Hemodialysis: Multiple Lessons from DOPPS - Rajiv Saran, MD, MS, MBBS Afternoon Sessions • 2:00-4:00pm 5:45 Discussion Peritoneal Dialysis Program Management [20C] 6:00 Adjourn John Burkart, MD, Presiding 2:00-4:00pm Cardio Protection in Renal Replacement Therapy [41B] 2:00 Quality Insurance in the PD Clinic - Beth Piraino, MD Suhail Ahmad, MD, Presiding 2:30 How to Grow a PD Program - John Burkart, MD 4:45-6:00pm 3:00 Removing Barriers to PD - Fredric Finkelstein, MD 4:45 Online Hemodiafiltration Provides Maximum Cardiovascular 3:30 PD in Residential Care Facilities - John Burkart, MD Benefits - Bernard Canaud, MD 4:00 Break 5:15 The Benefits of Frequent and Extended HD are Under Recognized - Christopher Chan, MD PD Nursing Fundamentals II: PD Catheters and Catheter Care [21C] 6:00 Adjourn Donna Maaz, BSN, RN 2:00-4:00pm Features of and Results with Home Hemodialysis Machines, 2:00 Approaches to PD Catheter Placement - John Crabtree, MD Continued [42B] 2:45 PD Catheter Placement: Nursing Perspective Pre and Inter- Robert Lockridge, MD, Presiding operative Care - Donna Maaz, BSN, RN 4:45-6:00pm 3:05 Care of the Patient with a Newly Implanted Catheter Fresenius, NxStage, Quanta, and Physidia Diane Watson, MSc, RN, CNeph(c) 3:30 Chronic PD Catheter Exit Site Care: Evidence-Based Practice Home Hemodialysis III: Joint Physician and Nursing Session [43B] Judith Bernardini, BSN, RN Michael Kraus, MD 4:00 Break 4:45-6:00pm 4:45 Clinical Practice Guidelines for Intensive HHD: Guidelines PD Nursing Clinical Topics II [22C] from the Canadian Nephrology Society Sherry Chinnock, BSN, RN Deborah Zimmerman, MD, FRCPC 2:00-4:00pm 5:15 Practice Patterns Among HHD Programs and Implications for 2:00 Preserving Residual Renal Function: How Important Is It? Technique Failure - Robert Pauly, MD, MSc Brenda Patrick, MSN, RN 5:45 Discussion 2:30 Supporting Patients Undergoing Diagnostic Tests 6:00 Adjourn Elizabeth Kelman, MEd, RN 3:00 PD in the Elderly CKD Population PD FUNDAMENTALS AND ADVANCES PROGRAM Gillian Brunier, MScN, CNeph(c), RN Late Morning Sessions • 10:45am-12:15pm 3:30 Managing PD Patients in the Hospital and Long Term Care Clinical Concepts in Peritoneal Physiology [10C] Facilities - Ann Marie Correia, ASN, RN Peter Blake, MD, Presiding 4:00 Break 10:45am-12:15pm 10:45 Optimizing Ultrafiltration in PD Patients Late Afternoon Sessions • 4:45-6:00pm Fredric Finkelstein, MD PD Concepts in Patient Management [40C] 11:15 RRF in a PD Patient and Its Importance - Jose Diaz-Buxo, MD Gautam Phadke, MD, Presiding 11:45 Achieving Adequacy Targets/ Optimal Dialysis Delivery in 4:45-6:00pm CAPD and APD - Peter Blake, MD 4:45 Managing Anemia in PD Patients - Peter Blake, MD 12:15 Luncheon 5:15 Renal Osteodytrophy in PD Patients - Gautam Phadke, MD 6:00 Adjourn PD Nursing Fundamentals I [11C] 10:45am-12:15pm PD Nursing Fundamentals III: Dialysis Adequacy [41C] Maria Luongo, MSN, RN, Presiding Joanna Neumann, RN, Presiding 10:45 Understanding Membrane Physiology - Steven Guest, MD 4:45-6:00pm 11:30 Peritoneal Equilibration Test: What Does It Mean and How to 4:45 PD Adequacy: What Does the Number Mean? Interpret Results - Michelle Hofmann, BSN, RN Maria Luongo, MSN, RN 12:15 Luncheon 5:15 nPNA: Why Urine Measurement and Analysis is Important Faith Tootell, RD, MS, CSR 6:00 Adjourn 10
  11. 11. PD Nursing Clinical Topics III [42C] Mini-symposium on Transitioning the Adolescent Dialysis Patient Sunday • March 10, 2013 & Monday • March 11, 2013 Sherry Chinnock, BSN, RN, Presiding to an Adult Dialysis Program [Also 20D] 4:45-6:00pm Bradley Warady, MD; Nancy McAfee, MSN, RN, Presiding 4:45 Managing Hypervolemia in PD Patients - Valerie Price, RN 2:30-4:00pm 5:15 Approaches to Preserving Peritoneal Membrane Function 2:30 Pediatric Transitioning Programs: Best Practices Nasser Hebah, MD, FASN Lorraine Bell, MD 5:45 Discussion 3:00 Integrating the Adolescent into an Adult Dialysis Program: 6:00 Adjourn The Adult Dialysis Physician Perspective - Beth Piraino, MD 3:30 Transitioning: The Patient’s Perspective - Seattle Patients A Case Studies Workshop: The Peritoneal Equilibration Test [43C] 4:00 Break 4:45-6:00pm Ramesh Khanna, MD Late Afternoon Sessions • 4:45-6:00pm Symposium on the Adolescent Dialysis Patient: Part IITWENTY FOURTH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM Non-adherence and Ethical Issues: Case Studies with PanelON PEDIATRIC DIALYSIS Discussion [40D]Late Morning Sessions • 10:45am-12:15pm Bradley Warady, MD, Presiding Session I [10D] 4:45-6:00pm Steven Alexander, MD; Helen Currier, BSN, RN, Presiding John Lantos, MD 10:45am-12:15pm Panel: Amelia Allsteadt, BSN, RN; Beth Piraino, MD; 10:45 Keynote - Teamwork and Crisis Management: More ‘We’ and Lorraine Bell, MD; John Mahan, MD; Marc Joseph, MD Less ‘Me’ - Peter Brindley, MD 6:00 Adjourn 11:45 Best Abstract #1 12:00 Best Abstract #2 Pediatric Renal Symposium I [41D] 12:15 Luncheons 4:45-6:00pm Jordan Symons, MD; Kristen Thompson, MDPediatric Breakout Luncheon Sessions • 12:15-2:00pm ASPN Pediatric Nephrology Fellows Luncheon, Workshop and Seattle Children’s Hospital Facility Tour Competency Assessment [01L] Transportation and Light dinner provided [60E] John Mahan, MD, Presiding 6:00-8:00pm 12:15-1:30pm [Limited to 50 people] (This luncheon is only for fellows) *CME credit will not be offered for this session Pediatric Dietitian Networking Luncheon [02L] Round Table Topics (Limited to 60 people) Roseanne Woloschuk, RD; Nonnie Polderman, BSc, Presiding 12:15-1:30pm Parisa Mehrfar, RD; Linda Phelan, RD; Sabrina Martinelli; DAY TWO Marissa Juarez Monday • March 11, 2013 Pediatric Nursing Luncheon Round Table Discussions [03L] Early Morning Sessions • 8:00-10:00am Helen Currier, BSN, RN, Presiding FELLOWS FORUM [01F] 12:15-1:30pm Thomas Gonwa, MD, Presiding • Role of APNs - Jessica Jenkins C-PNP 8:00-10:00am • CRRT/ECMO - Theresa Mottes, RN 8:00 Hepatorenal Syndrome in the ICU - Thomas Gonwa, MD • Plasmapheresis - Amelia Allsteadt, BSN, RN • Using Icodextran - Vancover RN Late Morning Session • 10:45am - 12:15pm • Infant and Toddler Dialysis (include seat options) NURSING KEYNOTE Nancy McAfee, MN, RN Enjoy Life: This is Not a Dress Rehearsal [10E] • Pearls - Deborah Miller, MSN, RN Leonor Ponferrada, BSN, RN, Presiding 1:15 Wrap-up, Suggestions for Future Conferences 10:45-12:15pm Helen Currier, BSN, RN Sally Karioth, PhD, ARNP, CT Dr. Karioth will provide caregivers with an upbeat and insightful Faculty Guided Tours of the Pediatric Posters approach to death and illness, subjects often difficult to deal with on a 1:30-2:00pm routine basis. Participants will be reminded that our work is to help the Exhibit Hall helpless, to care when we can’t cure and to be grateful not only for the lives After 2:00pm pediatric posters will be moved to be on display outside we touch but the lives that touch us. The lecture will focus on helping you the main pediatric lecture hall for the remainder of the conference. find exquisite moments each day, distinguishing major and minor events Each luncheon will finish the session with attending the Faculty in life and to celebrate each day to the fullest. Guided Tours INTEGRATED SESSIONSAfternoon Sessions • 2:00-4:00pm Early Morning Sessions • 8:00-10:00am Symposium on the Adolescent Dialysis Patient: Part I [20D] Clinical Nephrology VI [01A] Bradley Warady, MD, Nancy McAfee, MN, RN, Presiding Carol Headley, DNSc, ACNP-BC, RN, Presiding 2:00-2:30pm 8:00-10:00am 2:00 Adolescent Sexuality - Cora Breuner MD, MPH 8:00 Utilizing Diuretic Therapy in Patients with CKD: Just the Facts - Wendy St. Peter, PharmD 9:00 Cardiovascular Medications in Chronic Kidney Disease 10:00 Break 11
  12. 12. Clinical Nephrology VII Nursing: Patient Education [02A] Workshop: Caring for the CaretakerMonday • March 11, 2013 Dori Schatell, MS, Presiding Overcoming Compassion Fatigue in Your Professional 8:00-10:00am Practice [46A] 8:00 Kidney Early Education Program: Keeping Patients Involved Shirley Farrah, PhD, RN, Presiding Nancy Colobong-Smith, MN, ARNP 4:45-6:00pm 8:30 Can We Use Social Media to Provide CKD Education? Sally Karioth, PhD, ARNP, CT Barbara Valle, BSN, RN Dr. Karioth states, “I’ve learned a lot of patients get well in spite of us – 9:00 Patient Teaching Opportunities: Teachable Moments but even more get well because of us. Every day we perform miracles on Dori Schatell, MS others we can’t explain, there are a few professions like ours, which makes 9:30 Barriers to CKD Patient Education it even more important to take care of ourselves – so, Put on your own Molly Cahill, MSN, APRN, BC oxygen mask first.” 10:00 Break Clinical Nephrology IX: Ethical Dilemmas [47A] Afternoon Sessions • 2:00-4:00pm Mitch Rosner, MD, Presiding PD and HD Dialysis Catheters: Implantation and Care [25A] 4:45-6:00pm John Crabtree, MD; W. Kirt Nichols, MD, MHA, Presiding 4:45 Treating Difficult and Disruptive Patients - Alvin Moss, MD 2:00-4:00pm 5:15 Undocumented Immigrants: How Healthcare Institutions are 2:00 Surgical Insertion of Peritoneal Catheters Dealing with the Dilemma - Molly Cahill, MSN, ANP, BC, W. Kirt Nichols, MD, MHA CNN 2:30 Laparoscopic Insertion of Peritoneal Catheters 5:45 Discussion John Crabtree, MD 6:00 Adjourn 3:00 Prevention of Early IV Catheter Failure - Michael Tal, MD 3:30 New Locking Solutions for IV Catheters - Anil Agarwal, MD HD FUNDAMENTALS AND ADVANCES PROGRAM 4:00 Break Early Morning Sessions • 8:00-10:00am Clinical HD Nursing II: Patient Management [01B] Workshop: Ask the Only Nephrologist in the World Who has 38 Susan Hansen, MBA, RN, Presiding Years of Experience with CAPD Questions about the History 8:00-10:00am and/or Practice of CAPD: Learn How to Establish and Manage a 8:00 Practical Nutrition Tips for the Dialysis Nurse - Rory Pace, RD Successful CAPD Program [26A] 8:30 Monthly Laboratory Results: Looking Beyond Anemia and 2:00-4:00pm Mineral Bone Disease - Elaine Go, MSN, NP, RN Jack Moncrief, MD 9:00 Strategies in Removing Fluids during HD Sheila Doss-McQuitty, MSN, RN Clinical Nephrology VIII: Anemia Management [27A] 10:00 Break Jay Wish, MD, Presiding 2:00-4:00pm Home Hemodialysis IV: Patient Management and Staffing 2:00 Trends in Anemia Management in CKD - Jay Wish, MD Issues [02B] 2:30 Effect of Bundling on Hospitalization - Robert Foley, MD Mary Kay Deck, BSN, RN, Presiding 3:00 A Safety Evaluation of Intravenous Iron Products 8:00-10:00am Daniel Coyne, MD 8:00 Innovations in Patient Training and Management 3:30 Anemia Management Made Easy - Brigitte Schiller, MD Janine Jeffries, RN 4:00 Break 8:30 Patient Management: Successful Practices to Improve Patient Retention - Michael Kraus, MD Joint Nursing and Nutrition Session: How Can We Improve 9:00 Best Practices in Cannulation: What to Teach Your Patients Clinical Parameters [28A] Lisa Koester, MSN, RN, CS, ANP Karen Wiesen, MS, RD, Presiding 9:30 Developing Effective HHD Nurses 2:00-4:00pm Michelle Carver, BSN, RN 2:00 Understanding Albumin Metabolism - Linda McCann, RD, CSR 10:00 Break 2:30 Effective Strategies to Improve Albumin Levels - Rory Pace, RD 3:00 Understanding Phosphorus Metabolism Afternoon Sessions • 2:00-4:00pm Faith Tootell, MS, RD, CSR Complicated Acute Kidney Injury: State of the Art [25B] 3:30 Education Burnout: Innovative Methods to Improve Claudio Ronco, MD, Presiding Adherence - Judith Beto, PhD, RD 2:00-4:00pm 4:00 Break 2:00 Management of AKI in Myeloma: Novel Approaches Colin Hutchison, MBChB, PhD Late Afternoon Sessions • 4:45-6:00pm 2:30 The 5 B Approach in the Management of Cardiorenal Persistent Challenges in Dialysis Therapies: Has There Been Syndrome - Claudio Ronco, MD Progress? [45A] 3:00 RRT in Acute Brain Injury - Andrew Davenport, MD Michael Flessner, MD, PhD; James Sloand MD, Presiding 3:30 Extracorporeal Support in Decompensated Cirrhosis 4:45-6:00pm Thomas Gonwa, MD 4:45 Diagnostic and Prognostic Value of Biomarkers in PD and 4:00 Break HD – Have They Made a Difference? - Joanne Bargman, MD 5:15 Mechanisms and Consequences of Back-filtration in HD and PD (similarities and differences) - Claudio Ronco, MD 6:00 Adjourn 12
  13. 13. Clinical HD III: Joint Physician and Nursing Session Best PD Nursing Fundamentals V: Practical Aspects in Managing Monday • March 11, 2013 Practices in Vascular Access Management [26B] a PD Clinic [26C] Lynda Ball, MSN, RN, Presiding Maria Luongo, MSN, RN, Presiding 2:00-4:00pm 2:00-4:00pm 2:00 Preparing for Vascular Access Placement: Patient Assessment 2:00 How to Organize an Efficient and Effective Clinic Visit for Lesley Dinwiddie, MSN, RN, FNP PD Patients - Joanna Neumann, RN 2:30 Balloon Assisted Maturation - Lynda Ball, MSN, RN 2:30 Utilizing Clinic Visits to Provide Continuing Education for 3:00 Routine Assessment of Chronic Vascular Access PD Patients - Maria Luongo, MSN, RN Vo Nguyen, MD 3:00 Time Away from the Clinic: How to Make the Most of Home 3:30 Use of Ultrasound as a Guide for Cannulation In-center Visits - Jeannine Farina, MSN, RN Peter Gregory, MD 3:30 Time Management for PD Nurses 4:00 Break Jennifer O’Connor, BSN, RN 4:00 BreakLate Afternoon Sessions • 4:45-6:00pm Debate [45B] PD Nursing Clinical Topics V [27C] Ercan Ok, MD, Presiding Brenda Patrick, MSN, RN, Presiding 4:45-6:00pm 2:00-4:00pm Debate: What Kills Dialysis Patients? 2:00 Use of Alternative Staff in a PD Program 4:45 Salt - Nathan Levin, MD Elizabeth Kelman, MEd, RN 5:15 Other Uremic Toxins - Nathalie Neirynck, MD 2:30 Developing Protocols to Decrease Peritonitis Ann Marie Correia, ASN, RN Clinical HD Nursing IV: Vascular Access [46B] 3:00 Effective Use of Social Media in PD Patient Follow-up Sheila Doss McQuitty, BSN, RN, Presiding Barbara Valle, BSN, RN 4:45-6:00pm 3:30 Improving Outcomes in PD - Lisa Sotter, BSN, RN Everything You Need to Know About Buttonhole Cannulation and 4:00 Break Why - Lynda Ball, MSN, RN Late Afternoon Sessions • 4:45-6:00pmPD FUNDAMENTALS AND ADVANCES PROGRAM Peritoneal Dialysis Outcomes [45C]Early Morning Sessions • 8:00-10:00am Issac Teitelbaum, MD, Presiding PD Nursing Fundamentals IV: Peritonitis [01C] 4:45-6:00pm Gillian Brunier, MScN, CNeph(c), RN, Presiding 4:45 BP Targets and Management in PD Patients 8:00-10:00am Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh, MD, PhD, MPH 8:00 Peritonitis: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Nursing 5:15 Improving Long-term PD Outcomes - Rajnish Mehrotra, MD Management - Elizabeth Kelman, MEd, RN 6:00 Adjourn 8:40 Peritonitis Treatment: ISPD Guidelines and Recommendations - Judith Bernardini, BSN, RN PD Nursing Fundamentals VI [46C] 9:10 Strategies to Prevent Peritonitis Joanna Neumann, RN, Presiding Kathryn Renee Williams, BSN, RN 4:45-6:00pm 9:40 Case Presentations and Discussion - Elizabeth Kelman, MEd, RN 4:45 Patient Education - Dionne Manigan, RN 10:00 Break 5:15 Versions of Patient Groups: An Excellent Resource for Support Leanne Peace, MSW, LCSW PD Nursing Clinical Topics IV: Challenges in Dealing with 5:45 Discussion Difficult Patients [02C] 6:00 Adjourn Jeannine Farina, MSN, RN, Presiding 8:00-10:00am PD Nursing Clinical Topics VI [47C] 8:00 The Patient with Multiple Co-morbidities Kathryn Renee Williams, BSN, RN, CNN, Presiding Donna Tierney, BSed, RN 4:45-6:00pm 8:20 Addictive Patients (alcohol and drug abuse) Learn From Your Colleagues Panel Discussion: Practical Solutions to Alice Chamberlin, BSN, RN Practical Problems in PD 8:40 Managing Patients with Mental Health Challenges Attendees in this session will have the opportunity to network with Jennifer Hurley, MSW; Patsy Knight, RN experienced PD practitioners, hear case presentations and ask 9:20 Hearing or Sight Impaired - Jeannine Farina, MSN, RN questions about PD issues including: 9:45 Discussion • Diagnosis and Management of Peritonitis 10:00 Break • PD Catheter Care and Catheter Problems • Trouble ShootingAfternoon Sessions • 2:00-4:00pm • Patient Management Issues Nutrition and Metabolism [25C] Panelists: Maria Luongo, MSN, RN; Diane Watson, MSc, RN, Jean Holley, MD, Presiding CNeph(c); Karen Wiesen, MS, RD; Ramesh Khanna, MD 2:00-4:00pm 2:00 Nutritional and Metabolic Issues Unique to PD Steven Guest, MD 2:30 Obesity and Bariatric Surgery in the PD Patient Jean Holley, MD 3:00 PD in Diabetic Patient - Gautam Phadke, MD 3:30 Vascular Calcification and Calciphylaxis in PD Patients Georges Saab, MD 4:00 Break 13