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Advancing Quality Outcomes Through Wound and Incontinence EducationRegardless of the post-acute care setting (long-term acute care, skilled nursing, home, or hospice), finding the optimal pathway to managing and treating wound and incontinence issues for patients/residents has become ever more challenging. The Post-Acute Care Symposium is designed exclusively to provide nurses the tools they need to meet todays day-to-day challenges with a curriculum that focuses on the strategies necessary for implementing clinical practice guidelines, protocols, and care pathways for wound and incontinence interventions.
The development team for the Post-Acute Care Symposium are wound and incontinence care experts with multiple years of experience providing practical and clinically relevant education for caregivers within LTAC, Long Term Care, Home Care and Hospice settings.
What makes this 2-day event even more unique is the benefit of being co-located with the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Spring meeting, offering attendees the opportunity to access the worlds largest wound care exhibit hall, industry-supported meal sessions, and receptionsall included with their Post-Acute Care Symposium registration.
Take advantage of all of the opportunities that the Post-Acute Care Symposium has to offer that no other meeting can.
May 910, 2019Henry B. Gonzlez Convention CenterSan Antonio, TX
The Tools Nurses Need in Todays Post-Acute Care Settings
EXPLORE Post-acute care case studies and practical approaches.
PARTICIPATE In five (5) interactive panel discussions with master educators.
ENGAGE In curriculum based off of the nursing process method.
ACCESS The worlds largest wound care exhibit hall (SAWC Spring).
NETWORK With colleagues dedicated to the field of post-acute care.
IMPLEMENT What you learn on Monday morning.
The new Post-Acute Care Symposium, designed exclusively for nurses across the continuum of post-acute care, brings together a diverse faculty with broad experiences, paradigm cases, and practical insights in a truly interactive setting.
As the post-acute setting is now the front and center of our healthcare delivery system, the time has come to provide a practical conference to nursing professionals focusing on day to day realities of the patient with wound and incontinence issues. The Post-Acute Care Symposium delivers.
CATHERINE T. MILNE, MSN, APRN, CWOCN-APCO-CHAIRPERSONAdvanced Practice Nurse Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Connecticut Clinical Nursing Associates Bristol, Connecticut
JANICE M. BEITZ, PHD, RN, CS, CNOR, CWOCN-AP, CRNP, APNC, ANEF, FAANProfessor and WOCNEP DirectorRutgers School of NursingCamdenCamden, New Jersey
DONNA Z. BLISS, PHD, RN, FGSA, FAANProfessor and School of Nursing Foundation Professor of Nursing ResearchDirector of PhD ProgramUniversity of Minnesota School of NursingMinneapolis, Minnesota
LAURIE MCNICHOL, MSN, RN, GNP, CWOCN, CWON-AP Clinical Nurse Specialist and Wound Ostomy and Continence Advanced Practice NurseCone HealthGreensboro, North Carolina
MARTHA R. KELSO, RN, HBOTChief Executive OfficerWound Care Plus, LLCLees Summit, MIssouri
BRYCE E. SCHUSTER, MDGeneral SurgeonLouisville Wound Care AssociatesLouisville, Kentucky
DIANE L. KRASNER, PHD, RN, FAANCO-CHAIRPERSONWound and Skin Care ConsultantCo-Editor, Chronic Wound Care: The Essentials e-Book 2018Co-Chair of Why Wound Care Campaign for Nursing StudentsYork, Pennsylvania
Agenda at a GlanceWednesday, May 85:30 PM8:30 PMSAWC Spring Grand Opening Exhibits/Cocktail Reception
DAY 1 Thursday, May 97:30 AM9:00 AMIndustry-Supported Symposium Breakfast
9:10 AM9:20 AMWelcoming Remarks
9:20 AM10:10 AMSession 1: Holistic Prevention & Care
10:10 AM11:00 AMSession 2: Skin/Wound and Incontinence Assessment
11:00 AM11:10 AMBREAK
11:10 AM12:00 PMSession 3: Interventions for Wound & Incontinence
12:00 PM2:15 PMLunch with Exhibitors
2:15 PM2:45 PMSession 4: Challenging Cases Panel Discussion: Pressure Ulcers/Injuries and Incontinence
2:45 PM3:35 PMSession 5: Translating Evidence-Based Practice for Wound and Incontinence Care to the Bedside
3:35 PM3:45 PMBREAK
3:45 PM4:35 PMSession 6: Preventive Legal Care
4:35 PM5:00 PMSession 7: Ask the Experts: Your Questions About Wounds, Incontinence, and Preventive Legal Care
7:15 PM8:45 PMSAWC Spring Poster Gala Reception and Awards Ceremony
DAY 2 Friday, May 107:30 AM9:00 AMIndustry-Supported Symposium Breakfast
9:10 AM10:00 AMSession 8: Managing Bioburden: Wound Cleansing, Debridement, and Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)
10:00 AM10:50 AMSession 9: Guidelines, Staff Education, and Certification
10:50 AM11:00 AMBREAK
11:00 AM11:50 PMSession 10: Challenging Cases Panel: Diabetic Foot Ulcers and Lower Leg Wounds
12:00 PM2:15 PMLunch with Exhibitors
2:15 PM2:55 PMSession 11: Avoidable, Unavoidable, End-of-Life, and Palliative Care Wounds
2:55 PM3:25 PMSession 12: Challenging Cases in the Avoidable, Unavoidable, End-of-Life, and Palliative Wound Care Patients
3:25 PM3:35 PMBREAK
3:35 PM4:25 PMSession 13: Transitioning Wound Patients Across the Continuum
4:25 PM4:55 PMSession 14: Rapid Fire: Day-to-Day Practice Tips from the Faculty
4:55 PM5:00 PMClosing Remarks
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CME/CE ProviderNorth American Center for Continuing Medical
Education, LLCAn HMP Company104 Windsor Center Drive, Suite 200East Windsor, NJ 08520Phone: 609-371-1137Fax: 609-371-2733www.naccme.com
Intended LearnersThis conference is designed for nurses within the post-acute care settings.
Learning ObjectivesAfter attending the Post-Acute Care Symposium, participants should be able to: Implement prevention and nursing care interventions for the patient with wound and incontinence issues Analyze care interventions for pressure ulcers/injuries, incontinence, diabetic foot, and lower extremity ulcers Distinguish between wounds that are avoid-able, unavoidable, end-of-life, or palliative
Accreditation Information In support of improving patient
care, North American Center for Continuing Medical Educa-
tion (NACCME) is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Med-ical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing ed-ucation for the healthcare team.
Nurses: This continuing nursing education activity awards 10.00 contact hours.
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 13255 for 10.00 contact.
For questions regarding this educational activity, please call 609-371-1137.
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Requirements for CreditTo be eligible for documentation of credit for each session attended, participants must participate in the full activity and complete the online general survey and the online evaluation form for each session by June 10, 2019. Once forms are completed online, participants may immediately print docu-mentation of credit.
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