National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH): 15th Annual Conference 2012
PROGRAM GUIDE 15 ANNUAL THNPWH PREMIER WOMEN’S HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE OCTOBER 10-13, 2012 The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes 505 C Street, NE • Washington, DC 20002 202-543-9693 • www.npwh.org
Please join us in Orlando, Florida, to learn about state-of-the-art developments in women’s health, to network with colleagues, and to share our collective goal of providing quality health care to women.NPWH is a dynamic organization that is constantly moving forward in the field of women’s health.This conference reflects the main mission of NPWH—delivering high-quality health care to womenby nurse practitioners. NPWH provides leadership and education for nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives, and other clinicians who provide care to women. NPWH’s conferences cover a wide rangeof topics and deal with the most current issues in women’s health today. LEARNING 1. Articulate current trends, relevant research, and national guidelines to improve the: • management of fertility by providing effective contraception; OBJECTIVES • safe, effective treatment of menopausal symptoms; Participants at this conference will be able to: • office-based management of infertility; • provision of health care to LGBT individuals; • provision of male sexual and reproductive healthcare; and • diagnosis and management of common primary care conditions. 2. Identify key challenges related to caring for pregnant women, including managing complications in pregnancy. 3. Describe clinical concerns specific to women such as abnormal uterine bleeding, female sexuality, new screening guidelines for cervical cancer, fertility preservation in cancer patients, and urogynecologic problems. 4. Incorporate new diagnostic and therapeutic skills into their clinical practice. 5. Integrate traditional pharmacologic selections, lifestyle modifications, and CAM options in the management of disease and the restoration of health. 6. Characterize the effect of violence on the health of women. 505 C Street, NE • Washington, DC 20002 202-543-9693 • www.npwh.org
PRE-CONFERENCE – WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 20127:15am – 8:00am 12:00pm – 1:00pm 6:00pm – 8:00pmRegistration/Continental Breakfast LUNCH COMPLIMENTARY DINNER SYMPOSIUM8:00am – 12:00pm 1:00pm – 5:00pm Supported by an educational grant from MyriadAge Is in the Eye of the Beholder: Pharmacology: Genetics Laboratories, Inc.GYN Care of the Mature Women 3.5 CE 1.0 Rx From Womb to Tomb 3.5 CE 3.5 Rx Guiding the Course of Women’s Futures:Alis Panzera DrNP, WHNP-BC, RN Barb Bancroft, RN, MSN, PNP Integrating Hereditary Cancer Risk AssessmentSandra Friedman, MSN, CNM, RN Need pharm hours? Then this is the session for and Testing into Practice This session will explore current health concerns you! Join Barb Bancroft as she covers these Richard Frieder, MD in postmenopausal women. A lecture, a discus- womens health pharmacology topics with humor Jennifer Vasquez, NP sion, and case studies will impart clinical pearls and compassion: differences in absorption of and special considerations in this population. In medication; drug interactions with antidepres- additional, topics such as sexuality and sexual sants; medications used for autoimmune disease; health, urogynecologic concerns, and skin condi- treatment and prevention of osteoporosis; med- tions will be covered. ications for overactive bladder; and effects of medications during pregnancy and lactation.DAY 1 – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 20127:00am – 8:00am 4:00pm – 4:50pmRegistration/Continental Breakfast/Exhibits Contraception: What’s New and What’s in the Future 0.8 Rx8:00am – 8:30am Jan Shepard, MD, FACOGWelcome & Opening RemarksGay Johnson, NPWH CEO 4:55pm – 5:45pmPatrice Malena, NPWH Board Chair Womens Health Is Everyones Business Patricia M. Davidson, RN, PhD8:30am – 9:10amKEYNOTE SPEAKER 7:00pm – 9:00pmSuccesses & Challenges in Womens Health and COMPLIMENTARY DINNERResearch: Personal Perspectives SYMPOSIUM 1.5 CE 1.5 RxVivian W. Pinn, MD Supported by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk, Inc.9:15am – 10:05am Vaginal Atrophy at Menopause:Effects of Domestic Violence on Breaking the Silence, Addressing the IssueWomen’s Health Alan Altman, MDJacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN Sharon Schnare, RN, FNP, CNM, MSN, FAANP Suzanne Reiter, MM, MSN, SANE-A, FAANP10:10am – 11:45amExhibits/Posters This interactive CE program will provide NPs in women’s health with the latest data on the efficacy12:00pm – 2:00pm and safety of interventions for atrophic vaginitis,COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH focusing on counseling strategies and addressingSYMPOSIUM 1.5 CE the unique needs of each patient. In addition to aSupported by an educational grant from didactic presentation of identification and man-Hologic, Inc. agement strategies, live case vignettes featuring TBD “patient” and “clinician” actors will be presented. Under the direction of the program faculty and in2:05pm – 2:35pm line with the latest evidence-based treatmentHPV-Related Oropharyngeal Cancer recommendations, these interactive case studiesElizabeth A. Kostas-Polston, PhD, APRN, WHNP-BC will motivate and guide attendees through coun- seling a patient experiencing bothersome vaginal2:40pm – 3:30pm changes associated with menopause, andFemale Sexual Dysfunction: Evaluation, encourage learners to apply the knowledge theyDiagnosis and Coding 0.5 Rx acquire in realistic clinical scenarios.Brooke M. Faught, MSN, WHNP-BC3:35pm – 3:55pmNPWH/TEVA Inspiration Awards
DAY 2 – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2012 You may choose one session for each time period.7:00am – 8:00am G. Screening/Diagnostic Testing for Down L. Point of Care OB/GYN Ultrasound:Registration/Continental Breakfast/ Exhibits Syndrome - What’s Age Got To Do With It? The Latest on Scope and Best Practices Kimberly A. Martin, MD Marilyn Stringer, PhD, WHNP-BC, RDMS, FAAN8:00am – 9:15am The risk for fetal chromosome abnormalities is pri- Using patient scenarios, this session will highlightA. Chronic Recurrent Vaginitis: Case Studies marily related to maternal age. Age-related risks the expanding scope of ultrasound practiceand Clinical Conundrums – Everything can be modified using a variety of combinations of guidelines for obstetrical, gynecological, andYou’re Itching to Know 0.5 Rx reproductive medicine nurse practitioners, certi- maternal serum markers and ultrasound in bothMimi Secor, MS, MEd, FNP-BC, FAANP fied nurse-midwives, and clinical nurse specialists. the first and second trimesters. Recent literature Learn how to prevent, diagnose, and treat chronic recurrent vaginitis through new research, diagnos- suggests that the procedure-related risks of com- M. Cancer Screening in Women 0.5 Rx tic testing, and differential considerations. monly performed diagnostic tests for aneuploidy, Sharon Tollin, PhD, ARNP-BC, OCN chorionic villus sampling and amniocentesis, may This session will address risk stratification, strate-B. Are We Ready for Universal Cervical Length be lower then previously reported. Options for gies, and current recommendations related toScreening for the Prevention of Preterm Birth? screening and diagnostic testing for aneuploidy screening for colon, lung, thyroid, ovarian,Anthony O. Odibo, MD, MSCE will be reviewed, with the attendant risks/benefits endometrial, and cervical cancers. Transvaginal ultrasound measurement of the cer- and limitations. Practical approaches to discussing vical length has been shown to be a useful N. Infertility Diagnosis and Treatments 0.5 Rx screening tool for preterm birth. Recent trials have these issues with couples will be provided, with Samantha Butts, MD, MSCE shown that vaginal progesterone is a useful treat- ample time for questions and discussion. This session will cover infertility workup, diagnosis, ment for preventing preterm birth in women with a and management. H. Office Management of Common short cervix. This session will evaluate the pros and cons of a policy of universal cervical length Primary Care Conditions O. Balancing the Equation: Male Sexual and screening with the goal of preventing preterm Joanne Thanavaro, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC, ACNP-BC, Reproductive Healthcare birth. GNP-BC, DCC Wendy Grube, PhD, CRNP Evidence-based practice is the conscientious use This session will present evidence-based recom-C. Vitamin D: Implications of the Institute of of current best evidence to make decisions about mendations for male sexual and reproductiveMedicine Report for Clinical Practice 1.25 RxDorothy A. Grasso, RN, MS, CCRN, FNP patient care. It incorporates the use of clinical healthcare.Margaret Rafferty, DNP, RN, MPH practice guidelines, the clinician’s expertise, and Nurse practitioners need to keep pace with the patient preferences. This presentation will outline rapid advances in knowledge about vitamin D. the specific recommendations for some of the You won’t want to miss visiting a Much of the data being amassed is encouraging newest guidelines for patients with cardiovascular, scientific exhibit of disease management and useful for engaging patients in a culturally respiratory, GI, endocrine, and infectious diseases entitled “Postmenopausal Osteoporosis: sensitive dialogue. The outcome of this dialogue and summarize how to incorporate them into your Scientific and Clinical Insights,” which is must be informed decisions by patients regarding clinical practice. being presented all day on Friday by safe sun exposure and dietary sources of calcium Amgen Scientific Affairs. and vitamin D. This session will provide NPs with I. A Clinician’s Guide to CAM and the latest information on vitamin D and its implica- Women’s Health 1.25 Rx tions for clinical practice. Wendy Grube, PhD, CRNPD. Performing Proper and Thorough Exams for This session will present a review of the mostLGBT Individuals and How to Bill and Code for recent literature on common CAM modalities andthe Exams their use in women’s healthcare.Dane Menkin, MSN, CRNP This session will provide information on how to J. Vulvodynia & Interstitial Cystitis: provide health care for LGBT patients. There will Unrecognized Causes of Pelvic Pain 0.5 Rx be an emphasis on transgender patients needs Susan Hoffstetter, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP and how to make your practice available to this This session will enable participants to understand underserved, but rapidly growing, population. how to establish a correct diagnosis for vulvodyniaE. Mental Health in Women after a Traumatic and interstitial cystitis, identify symptomatology,and/or Violent Experience and identify strategies for treatment.Sandra J. Cadena, PhD, APRN This session covers mental health and psychiatric 10:40am – 11:55am repercussions in women across the lifespan fol- Lite Lunch in Exhibit Hall lowing traumatic or violent experiences.9:20am – 10:35am 12:00pm – 1:15pmF. What We Have Learned About K. Tipping Sacred Cows in Women’s HealthMenopause from the Baby Boomers 1.25 Rx Beth Kelsey, EdD, WHNP-BCNancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN Do you or others in your practice hold on to This session will describe the state of the science of menopause based on longitudinal studies con- sacred cows, those traditional ways of providing ducted over the past two decades and challenge aspects of healthcare that are not evidence- researchers and clinicians to consider the rela- based? Sacred cows in women’s healthcare will tionship of menopause to healthy aging. be discussed. Should they stay or should they go?
DAY 2 – FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2012 You may choose one session for each time period.1:20pm – 2:35pm aged women facing cancer, as well as discuss cur- 3. NEXPLANON® Training (Non-CE)P. Adolescent Obesity rent methods to determine risk for future infertility During the clinical program for NEXPLANON®Joyce King, CNM, PhD, FACNM and/or ovarian failure based on planned cancer (etonogestrel implant), you will receive hands-on Obesity and its co-morbidities constitute the pre- treatment. training for insertion and removal procedures, as eminent health crisis facing US children and young T. The Latest Treatments in Non-Surgical well as learn implant localization techniques. people today. This session will present the most Skin Solutions, and How Medical Completion of this course will allow you to order common causes of adolescent obesity, the risks the product from authorized distributors. This ses- Aesthetics Can Complement Women’s and consequences of being overweight or obese sion, which is sponsored by Merck, is not accred- Health and Create an Outlet for NPs 0.5 Rx for adolescents, tools needed to assess obesity in Tracey Lee Robinson, APN, WHNP-BC ited for continuing education credit. The training is clinical practice, and weight-management strate- open only to advanced practice clinicians with fur- gies that work in the adolescent population. This unbiased presentation will offer evidence- nishing numbers or prescribing privileges in their based material to promote enthusiasm within the state. It is Merck’s policy to verify all cliniciansQ. PODIUM PRESENTATIONS NP profession for medical aesthetics and its posi- practice, license, and eligibility information in Perceptions toward Cervical Cancer tive impact on women’s health. advance of the training. Merck will contact you Screening Among Japanese Women directly if there is a problem. Participants are Living in the U.S.: Focus Group Methods expected to attend the entire training session, Yukiko Giho, MSN, CRNP 3:00pm – 6:00pm which is approximately 3 hours in duration. Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner OPTIONAL WORKSHOPS Certificates of attendance will not be issued for Adagio Health 1. IUC: Efficacious and Efficient 0.5 Rx Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania persons who arrive late or leave early. Carolyn M. Sutton, MS, WHNP-BC, FAANP Kohhei Nakagawa, MD Suzanne Reiter, MM, MSN, SANE-A, FAANP Please note that this training session is limited to University of Pittsburgh Medical Center This didactic presentation of current trends in the the first 30 registered attendees. Shadyside Hospital use of intrauterine contraception includes hands- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 4. Breast Cancer Risk Assessment on training to help clinicians gain familiarity with Quannetta T. Edwards, PhD, FNPc, WHNPc, FAANP Pregnancy Prevention: Not Just a and skill in inserting intrauterine contraceptive Diane C. Seibert, PhD, ARNP, FAANP Womans Issue devices. This workshop is designed for clinicians This case-based workshop will help attendees Elizabeth J. Heavey, PhD, RN, CNM with or without experience using intrauterine con- RN-BSN Program Director provide better patient assessment based on per- traceptives. sonal and family history and will help clinicians Associate Professor of Nursing The College at Brockport Please note that this session is limited to the first integrate breast cancer risk assessment into prac- Brockport, New York 50 registered attendees. tice in a useful way. The workshop will explore breast cancer risk assessment tools, and will intro- A Psychometric Evaluation of the Perinatal 2. Endometrial & Vulvar Biopsy 0.5 Rx duce predictive genetic testing. Grief Intensity Scale in the Subsequent Susan Hoffstetter, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP Pregnancy After a Perinatal Loss Susan Rawlins, RN, MS, WHNP-BC 5. Vaginal Video Microscopy: Focus on Marianne Hutti, PhD, WHNP-BC This hands-on workshop will cover basic skills for Advanced Concepts and Clinical Conundrums Professor endometrial and vulvar biopsy. This didactic pre- Mimi Secor, MS, MEd, FNP-BC, FAANP School of Nursing sentation will emphasize appropriate patient This session will explain the optimal procedures University of Louisville selection and referral. Louisville, Kentucky for vaginal microscopy following CDC guidelines. Deborah S. Armstrong, PhD, RN Please note that this session is limited to the first Associate Professor 50 registered attendees. 7:00pm – 9:00pm School of Nursing COMPLIMENTARY DINNER University of Louisville SYMPOSIUM 1.5 CE Louisville, Kentucky TBD John Myers, PhD Assistant Professor School of Public Health and Information Sciences University of Louisville Louisville, KentuckyR. Osteo Management 1.25 Rx DAY 3 – SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2012Anne Moore, DNP, APRN, FAANP 7:00am – 9:00am 11:00am – 11:15am Osteoporotic fracture continues as a significant COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST Stretch Break health risk for women, affecting both longevity and SYMPOSIUM Non CE quality of life. This session will present the current Supported by an educational grant from Roche 11:15am – 12:05pm evidence for optimal use (frequency, quantity, and Diagnostics Corporation Genetics and Obstetrics: duration) of pharmacologic agents to prevent HPV Genotyping: A New Dimension to New Down Syndrome Testing osteoporotic fracture. Selection of therapeutic Cervical Cancer Risk Assessment Brian G. Skotko, MD, MPP agents for specific populations and new pharma- Concepcion Diaz-Arrastia, MD 12:10pm – 1:00pm cologic options will be discussed. Risks of therapy, Vulvar Pathology: 9:05am – 9:15am including atypical fractures and osteonecrosis of Case Studies Management 0.3 Rx NPWH Business Meeting the jaw, will be examined—including screening Susan Hoffstetter, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP options for these uncommon risks. 9:15am – 10:05am Diagnosis and Medical Management of Acute 1:00pmS. Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients AdjournJanet F. McLaren, MD and Chronic Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Anita L. Nelson, MD This session will provide a comprehensive review of options for fertility preservation in reproductive- 10:10am – 11:00am They’ve Changed Again! The 2012 Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines Beth C. Huff, RN, MSN, FNP-BC
REGISTRATION INFORMATIONPre-conference Registration Fees Hotel ReservationsConference Participant Fee $200 The official hotel of the 15th Annual Conference is The Ritz-Carlton Orlando,Attending Pre-conference Only $225 Grande Lakes, 4012 Central Florida Parkway, Orlando, FL 32837. The discountedStudent $150 conference rate is $209 single or double. To reserve a room, you can call the hotel directly at 800-576-5760; you must mention NPWH or the NationalMain Conference Registration Fees Association of Nurse Practitioners in Womens Health to receive the discountedActive Member rate. As an alternative, you can book your room online via a link on www.npwh.org Early Registration (must be postmarked by 9/5/12) $425 or at https://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/Orlando/Reservations/Default. Regular Registration (must be postmarked by 9/26/12) $475 htm?ci=&co=&gc=nannana&ng=1&nr=1&up=false#top. The cut-off date for the Late Registration (postmarked after 9/26/12) $495 discounted rate is September 10, 2012.Student $325 Daily parking rates at the hotel are $18 plus tax for self-parking and $22 plus taxNon-member (includes 1-year NPWH membership) $535 for valet parking.Partial Attendance Ground TransportationActive Member (per day) $250 Mears Transportation provides town cars, taxis, and a shuttle service. Their con-Non-member (per day; price does not include membership) $300 tact information is 407-423-5566 or http://www.mearstransportation.com/. TheNon-member/Inactive shuttle service is from the airport to local hotels. The shuttle is located on level (per day; price includes 1-year NPWH membership) $350 1, by ground transportation. The cost is $19 one way or $30 round trip, not includ- Your registration fees include all meal functions, your CE Certificate of ing tip. The shuttle takes approximately 45 minutes because it stops at a couple Attendance, and access to the NPWH Online Library for the Pre-conference and of hotels along its trip. Main Conference sessions that were recorded. A cab ride to or from the hotel is approximately $45 per trip and takes 20-30 minutes, depending on traffic.Workshop and Breakout Session Registration Workshops and breakout session assignments are made on a first-come, first- Climate and Wardrobe Considerations served basis and are subject to change and to be closed due to limited room Business casual is the accepted attire during conference activities. Sweaters capacity. To ensure that you are able to attend those sessions that interest you and light jackets are recommended for cool meeting rooms and evenings. most, we highly recommend that you register as early as possible. Dress for SuccessImportant Message Regarding Symposia Attendance Just one business suit from your closet can launch a career for a deserving If you have signed up to attend any breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner symposia but woman in need. You can make a difference now! NPWH will host a suit drive dur- find that you cannot attend for any reason, please contact us at NPWH in a timely ing the conference registration to benefit Dress for Success Greater Orlando, a manner to cancel your reservation. non-profit organization that provides interview-appropriate attire, job manage- ment programs, and life management consultation to low-income women striv-How to Get Employer Support ing for economic self-sufficiency. All donations are tax-deductible. For further Conference attendees may consider trying to obtain employer support in cov- information regarding types of suits needed and other appropriate donations ering all or part of the conference fees. This event is an ideal opportunity to keep (eg, unopened hosiery, cosmetics), log on to www.dressforsuccess.org/orlando up to date in the field of women’s health, to gain Continuing Education credit while doing so, and to network with women’s healthcare practitioners from all For More Information over the country. All of the knowledge and skills gained at the conference can Contact Carol Wiley at NPWH: 202-543-9693, ext. 4 then be applied to patient care and to the organization of the practice or health- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org care facility itself, with benefits accruing to the employer as well. Website: www.npwh.org 505 C Street, NEMethod of Payment for Registration Fee Washington, DC 20002 Payment can be made by U.S. check or money order (payable to NPWH Conference) or credit card—MasterCard, VISA, Discover, or American Express only. A $25 fee is charged for any returned check or declined credit card.Refunds A $50 processing fee will be charged for cancellations received in writing by September 13, 2012. After September 13, only 50% of the fee will be refunded, and “no-shows” will not receive a refund.Americans with Disabilities Act/Dietary Restrictions NPWH fully complies with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the rules and regulations thereof. If you have any dietary restrictions and will be attending any of the meal functions, please let us know as soon as possible. NPWH will work with you to make sure your needs are met. If any participant in this activity needs special accommodations, please contact Nancy Breton at NPWH: 202-543-9693, ext 1. This program has been approved by the Continuing Education Approval Program of theEqual Opportunity National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health for 13.5 contact hours (6.4 Events and activities approved by NPWH are available without regard to a par- hours of Pharmacology). The Pre-conference has been approved for 7.0 contact hours (4.5 ticipant’s race, color, sex, national origin, disability, or age, as provided by law hours of Pharmacology). The complimentary symposia and optional sessions offer a max- and in accordance with NPWH’s respect for personal dignity. imum of up to 9.0 contact hours (2.0 hours of Pharmacology). American College of Nurse- Midwives specialty credit has been applied for.
15th ANNUAL NPWH PREMIER WOMEN’S HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORMPlease PrintName ______________________________________________________________________________ Credentials _________________Address ________________________________________________________________________________________________________City ________________________________________________________ State _____________________ Zip ____________________Phone ( _____ ) ______________________ Work ( _____ )_______________________ Fax ( _____ ) _____________________________Email __________________________________________________________________________________________________________Would you like your registration confirmation emailed to you? Yes ____ No ____NPWH Member? ___ Yes Expiration Date ______________________ No____Area of NP Preparation __________________________________________________________ Last 4 Digits of SS# __________________ To attend the Dinner/Lunch/Breakfast Symposia, you must REGISTRATION FEES make your selection below. Symposia are assigned on a first-Pre-conference Registration Fees come, first-served basis and are set at a limited capacity.I Conference Participant $200 __ Yes, I will attend the Dinner Symposium on Wednesday,I Attending Pre-conference Only October 10, 2012. $225I Student (Please submit a copy of school ID) __ Yes, I will attend the Lunch Symposium on Thursday, $1 50 October 11, 2012. __ Yes, I will attend the Dinner Symposium on Thursday,Main Conference Registration Fees Early Registration Regular Registration Late Registration October 11, 2012. Postmarked by 9/5/12 Postmarked by 9/26/12 Postmarked after 9/26/12 __ Yes, I will attend the Dinner Symposium on Friday,I Active Member I $425 I $475 I $495 October 12, 2012.I Student I $325 I $325 I $325 __ Yes, I will attend the Breakfast Symposium on Saturday, (price includes 1-year NPWH membership) October 13, 2012.I Non-member/Inactive I $535 I $535 I $535 Breakout Sessions: Friday, October 12, 2012 (price includes 1-year NPWH membership) Please give your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th choices for each time (if choices are not given, they will be randomly selected). WorkshopsPartial Attendance Fees (per day) are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis and are set at aActive Member limited capacity. I Thursday I Friday I Saturday I $250 8:00am – 9:15amNon-member/Inactive (price does NOT include NPWH membership) I Thursday I Friday I Saturday I $300 A_________ B__________ C__________ D_________ E__________Non-member/Inactive(price includes 1-year NPWH membership) I Thursday I Friday I Saturday I $350 9:20am – 10:35amTotal Amount Paid ____________ F__________ G_________ H_________ Please continue to next column to select Symposia/Breakout Sessions/Workshops I__________ J___________ that you wish to attend. 12:00pm – 1:15pm METHOD OF PAYMENT K_________ L _________ M_________ N_________ O_________I US Check or Money Order Enclosed (made payable to NPWH Conference)I VISA I MasterCard I Discover I AMEX 1:20pm – 2:35pm P_________ Q_________ R_________Card Number _______________________________________________ Exp. Date ___________ S_________ T _________Card Holder Name (please print) ______________________________________________________ Optional Workshops: Friday, October 12, 2012 Additional workshops are offered on Friday afternoon. PleaseCard Holder Phone Number ________________________________________________________ check only one if you would like to attend. The Intrauterine Contraception (IUC) workshop and the Endometrial and VulvarCard Holder Signature _____________________________________________________________ Biopsy workshop are limited to 50 participants each. The NEXPLANON Training is limited to 30 participants. These work-Please complete entire application and mail or fax to: shops will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. All work- shops are subject to change and to be closed due to roomNPWH – Conference Registration, Attn: Carol Wiley capacity.505 C Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002 I 1. IUC: Efficacious and Efficient (Limited to 50 participants)Fax: 202-543-9858 (credit card payments only) I 2. Endometrial and Vulvar Biopsy (Limited to 50 participants)Register online at www.npwh.org I 3. NEXPLANON Training (Non-CE) (Limited to 30 participants) I 4. Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Check our website, www.npwh.org, for current updates I 5. Vaginal Video Microscopy
DISTINGUISHED 2012 CONFERENCE FACULTYAlan Altman, MD Beth Kelsey, EdD, WHNP-BC Susan Rawlins, RN, MS, WHNP-BCImmediate Past-president, ISSWSH (International Society DNP Program Director, Assistant Professor Director of Education for the Study of Womens Sexual Health) Ball State University NPWHAssistant Clinical Professor School of Nursing Washington, DCUniversity of Colorado School of Medicine Muncie, IndianaConsultative Gynecologist for Menopause and Sexual Suzanne Reiter, MM, MSN, SANE-A, FAANP Dysfunction Joyce King, CNM, PhD, FACNM Women’s Health Nurse PractitionerAspen, Colorado Assistant Professor Immediate Past President, National Certification Emory University CorporationBarb Bancroft, RN, MSN, PNP Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Mid-County Health CenterExecutive Director and President Atlanta, Georgia Largo, FloridaCPP Associates, Inc.Chicago, Illinois Elizabeth A. Kostas-Polston, PhD, APRN, WHNP-BC Tracey Lee Robinson, APN, WHNP-BC Assistant Professor of Nursing Advanced Practice Nurse & OwnerSamantha Butts, MD, MSCE RWJF Nurse Faculty Scholar Trace Skin Care, LLCAssistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Nashville, Tennessee of Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology University of South FloridaPerelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Tampa, Florida Sharon Schnare, RN, FNP, CNM, MSN, FAANPPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Affiliate Instructor, Department of Family and Kimberly A. Martin, MD Child NursingSandra J. Cadena, PhD, APRN Associate Professor, Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women’s University of Washington School of NursingAssistant Professor HealthUniversity of South Florida Seattle, Washington Interventional Geneticist/ObGynTampa, Florida St. Mary’s Health Center Mimi Secor, MS, MEd, FNP-BC, FAANPJacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN St. Louis, Missouri Nurse PractitionerAnna D. Wolf Chair and Professor Newton Wellesley ObGyn Janet F. McLaren, MD Newton, MassachusettsJohns Hopkins University – School of Nursing Assistant ProfessorBaltimore, Maryland University of Alabama at Birmingham Diane C. Seibert, PhD, ARNP, FAANPPatricia M. Davidson, RN, PhD Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division of Reproductive Associate ProfessorProfessor of Cardiovascular & Chronic Care Endocrinology and Infertility Chair & Director, Family Nurse Practitioner ProgramProfessor of Cardiovascular Nursing Research Birmingham, Alabama Uniformed Services UniversitySt Vincent’s Hospital Dane Menkin, MSN, CRNP Bethesda, MarylandFaculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Clinician Jan Shepard, MD, FACOGSydney, Australia Mazzoni Center Family and Community Medicine Associate Medical DirectorQuannetta T. Edwards, PhD, FNPc, WHNPc, FAANP Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Boulder Valley Women’s Health CenterAssociate Professor Anne Moore, DNP, APRN, FAANP Clinical FacultyCollege of Graduate Nursing Professor of Nursing University of Colorado School of MedicineWestern University of Health Sciences Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Boulder, ColoradoPomona, California Nashville, Tennessee Brian G. Skotko, MD, MPPBrooke M. Faught, MSN, WHNP-BC Anita L. Nelson, MD Clinical Co-director, MGH Down Syndrome ProgramClinical Director Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Massachusetts General HospitalWomen’s Institute for Sexual Health (WISH) David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Boston, MassachusettsNashville, Tennessee Medical Director, Womens Health Care Programs Marilyn Stringer, PhD, WHNP-BC, RDMS, FAANSandra Friedman, CNM, MSN Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Professor, Women’s Health NursingAssistant Clinical Professor Torrance, California University of PennsylvaniaDrexel University Anthony O. Odibo, MD, MSCE Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaCollege of Nursing and Health Professions Associate ProfessorPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Washington University Carolyn M. Sutton, MS, WHNP-BC, FAANP Faculty AssociateDorothy A. Grasso, RN, MS, CCRN, FNP Obstetrics and Gynecology St. Louis, Missouri UT Southwestern Medical Center in DallasAssistant Professor, Nursing Dallas, TexasBorough of Manhattan Community College CUNY Alis Panzera, DrNP, WHNP-BC, RNNew York, New York Drexel University Joanne Thanavaro, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC,Wendy Grube, PhD, CRNP School of Nursing and Health Professions ACNP-BC, GNP-BC, DCCPractice Assistant Professor Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Associate Professor of NursingUniversity of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Saint Louis University Vivian W. Pinn, MD School of NursingPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania Former Associate Director for Research on Womens St Louis, MissouriSusan Hoffstetter, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP HealthAssociate Professor Former Director, Office of Research on Womens Health, Sharon Tollin, PhD, ARNP-BC, OCNSaint Louis University School of Medicine National Institutes of Health Nurse PractitionerDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Womens Health Department of Health and Human Services H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research InstituteDivision of Uro-Gynecology Bethesda, Maryland Center for Women’s OncologySt Louis, Missouri Tampa, Florida Margaret Rafferty, DNP, RN, MPHBeth C. Huff, RN, MSN, FNP-BC Associate Professor, Nursing Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAANAssistant Professor, Retired New York City College of Technology Professor, Biobehavioral Nursing, and Dean EmeritusVanderbilt University Medical Center School of Nursing University of Washington School of NursingNashville, Tennessee Brooklyn, New York Seattle, Washington 2012 PLANNING COMMITTEE Versie Johnson-Mallard, PhD, MSN, ARNP, Co-chair Jamille Nagtalon-Ramos, MSN, CRNP, WHNP-BC, Co-chair Janie Daddario, WHNP-BC Susan Kendig, JD, MSN, WHNP-BC, FAANP Nalo Hamilton, PhD, MSN, WHNP/ANP-BC Joyce King, CNM, PhD, FACNM Susan Hoffstetter, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP Patrice Malena, MS, FNP-BC Gay Johnson, BA, Chief Executive Officer, NPWH Anne Moore, DNP, APRN, FAANP Beth Kelsey, EdD, WHNP-BC Susan Rawlins, RN, MS, WHNP-BC