1 North Carolina Chapter 20 th Annual North Carolina Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Symposium October 25 th & 26 th, 2013 Taking the Lead: Pediatric, Neonatal, and Family Nurse Practitioners role in Health Care The William and Ida Friday Center 100 Friday Center Dr, Chapel Hill, NC t: (919) Sponsored by: North Carolina Chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
2 Hello Colleagues, I am pleased to Welcome and Invite you to the 20 th Annual NC-NAPNAP Symposium: Taking the Lead: Pediatric, Neonatal, and Family Nurse Practitioners role in Health Care. The topics will be diverse and based on what you, the members, wanted to learn! Our goal is to provide you with the education you feel will improve your practice and broaden your knowledge. There will be a strong focus on the legislative direction for Nurse Practitioners. Our key note will be delivered by GALE ADCOCK, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP. We look forward to her dynamic presentation to demystify all things legislative and inform us on how these relate to our clinical practice. Also in response to conference attendee suggestions, we have given you more time to mingle with the vendors as well as view the poster gallery. There will be breaks throughout the day and a cocktail hour Friday evening. In an effort to be Green, registration will be offered solely online this year. https://ncnapnap.wufoo.com/forms/conference-registration-form-2013/ Take note that we have changed locations. The Friday Center is located of 54 in Chapel Hill. We look forward to seeing all of you this fall at our annual conference! Sincerely, Rémi Hueckel Rémi Hueckel, DNP, CPNP-AC President NC NAPNAP Megan Maloney Megan Maloney CPNP-AC Conference Committee Chair
3 Conference Registration Fees: October 25 th & 26 th Friday Saturday Both Days NAPNAP Member- NC Chapter $150 $150 $250 NAPNAP Member- Non NC Chapter $175 $175 $300 Non NAPNAP Member $200 $200 $350 Student $75 $75 $125 Contact Hours: Friday 7 Saturday 7 Up to 15 additional FREE CE s will be included on your USB drive Provided by: Location: The William and Ida Friday Center 100 Friday Center Dr, Chapel Hill, NC t: (919) Accommodations: The Courtyard Marriot Chapel hill has agreed to hold a block of rooms for us until 9/26/2013, so mention the conference and secure the special rate! To make a reservation, call: Marriott Way Chapel Hill, North Carolina USA Parking: Located in the parking lot in front of The Friday Center. Parking is free but you need to register at the link below and place the permit on your dash.
4 Friday October 25th Time Room Session CME 7a-8a Atrium Registration/ Breakfast 8a-8:20a Announcements 8:20a-9:30a Sujay Kansagra, MD Pediatric Sleep disorders 1 9:30a-10a Atrium Break/ Vendors / Posters 10a-11:30a Krisi Bracket, CCC-SLP, Kristen Cole, CPNP, Christi Hall CNSC Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Intervention: A Medical, Motor and Behavioral Approach :30a-11:45a Atrium Break/ Posters (move to Trilium Café) 11:45a-1:15p 1:30-2:30p 2:30p-3:30p Trillium Lunch or or Key Note - Gale Adcock, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP Advocacy: Being a voice for the patient 1.5 Acute Care Carlee Jones, MS, CCC- SLP TBI "Whose Child is this?" Camille Hudamic PMH- NP Pediatric Mental Health Update Primary Care Michelle Hernandez, MD Death by Peanuts: An overview of food allergy in the 21st century 1 Katie Roy, MD Top 10 Pediatric Dermatology Diagnoses: A day at UNC Dermatology 1 3:30p-4p Atrium Break/ Vendors / Posters 4p-5p Theresa Cromling, RN, CEN, CPEN, CPN, CPST-I Basics about Child Passenger Safety 1 7
5 Saturday October 26th Time Room Session CME 7a-8a Atrium Registration/ Breakfast 8a-815a Introduction Announcements 815a-915a Jonathan Routh, MD UTI Made Easy: A Pediatric Urologist s Guide to UTI and VUR Guidelines 1 915a-1015a Nancy McGreal, MD Transitioning Pediatric patients to Adulthood a-1045a Atrium Break/ Vendors / Posters 1045a-11:45a Virginia McLean, CPNP & Anne Derouin, CPNP Legislation :45a-12p Atrium Break/ Posters (move to Trilium Café) 12p-1p Trillium Lunch Mary Chesney, PhD, RN, CPNP NAPNAP: Advancing PNP Practice and the Health of our Nation s Children 1 1p-1:30p Atrium Break/ Vendors / Posters 1:30p-2:30p 2:30p-3:30p or or Acute Care Emily Funk, Emily M. Funk MSN, CRNA, CCRN Airway Management Remi Hueckel, DNP, CPNP-AC Red-light! Green-light! Early warning scores: monitoring your patient's progress to discharge Primary Care Jeffery Board, MD Ophthalmology for the Primary Care Provider 1 Jennifer Hooker, MD Orthopedics: Toeing and Bowing 1 3:30-4p Atrium Break/ Vendors 4p-5p Tony Moody, MD Herpesviruses: The Tired, the Rashy, and the Ubiquitous 1 7
6 Speaker Biographies Gale Adcock received her MSN and nurse practitioner education from UNC-Chapel Hill and her BSN from East Carolina. She likes to say that she did everything legal in nursing before joining SAS Institute in 1991 where she started as a staff FNP and has risen to the position of Chief Health Officer. In developing and leading the SAS health care model, Gale has taken the onsite Health Care Center from a small complementary care center to 24/7 full service primary care center with 58 staff members in customdesigned 35,000 sq ft. building. The Health Care Center provides primary care from newborns to elders. It has a full service lab and retail quality pharmacy as well as physical therapy, nutrition, psychology, biofeedback and diabetes education. With unlimited choice of area providers, 70% of SAS employees and 50% of their dependents choose the HCC as their medical home. The SAS health care model has been studied and written about extensively and is considered the benchmark for corporate primary care. Gale is a clinician, author, activist and national speaker. She is adjunct faculty at Duke, Carolina and ECU where she teaches classes on NP practice regulation, contract negotiation and political activism. She has held many state and national elected and appointed policy-making positions and in 2011 was inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Gale s passion is policy. She is a 2006 Fellow of the Institute of Political Leadership and a 2013 graduate of Leadership North Carolina Class XX where she received the prestigious Stanley Frank class award. In 2007 she was elected to her first four year term on the 7 member Cary Town Council. She was reelected in 2011 and also serves as Cary s Mayor Pro-Tem. Gale lives in Cary with her husband Kevin. Her two sons are proud Mountaineers at Appalachia State University. Mary Chesney received her undergraduate nursing degree at St. Catherine s University, a Master of Science degree in the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, and Ph.D. degree in Nursing at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing. Her professional career has spanned a variety of nursing roles including staff nurse, nurse educator, pediatric nurse practitioner, primary care provider, and various nursing leadership roles.. Mary is a clinical associate professor and Director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program at the University of Minnesota s School of Nursing, a program that
7 supports 14 advanced practice nursing specialties and a post-master s DNP track. Her teaching, clinical, and scholarship focus areas include health policy, utilization of RNs and APRNs within new models of care, and care of children with special health care needs. Mary currently serves as President-Elect for the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), NAPNAP s representative on the national Nurse Practitioner Roundtable, and President of the Minnesota APRN Coalition. From 2010 to 2013 she served as NAPNAP s Health Policy Chair. She was recently appointed as APRN representative to Minnesota s new Action Coalition sponsored by the Future of Nursing Campaign for Action. Mary has served in a variety of appointments made by the Minnesota Legislature and Minnesota Department of Health including Minnesota Legislative Health Care Access Commission s Cost Containment Workgroup, Health Workforce Shortage Workgroup, Minnesota s Health Improvement Initiative, and Co-chair of the Minnesota Health Care Homes Performance Measurement Workgroup. Carlee W. Jones is a Clinical Specialist for the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology at Duke University Hospital. She received a Masters of Science in Communication Disorders from Arizona State University in 2000 and has been practicing clinically in inpatient and outpatient tertiary care hospital settings since that time. Her professional interests include broadly, the evaluation and treatment of adult neurogenic communication and swallowing disorders and program development. She has worked with the Trauma Service at DUH since 2007 to develop and improve inpatient and outpatient services related to traumatic brain injury. She has also continued to promote awareness and provide education about traumatic brain injury both internal and external to DUH through speaking and publications. Dr. Jonathan Routh is a pediatric urologist at Duke. A native of Raleigh, he attended NCSU and UNC before heading north to the Mayo Clinic for his urology residency and Boston Children s Hospital for his pediatric urology fellowship. His clinical areas of interest include children with VUR & recurrent UTI, robotic surgery, complex genitourinary reconstruction, and children with kidney/genitourinary tumors. His research focus is on how to best diagnose and treat VUR in children while minimizing their need for invasive tests and surgeries.
8 Emily McClanahan Funk received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The Ohio State University, completed the Duke Nurse Anesthesia MSN program in 2010 and currently is a Doctor of Nursing Practice student at Duke University. Emily has experience in medical, surgical, obstetric, and neurosurgical critical care. She is currently a staff CRNA at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC. Emily serves as Adjunct Faculty at the Duke School of Nursing and has participated in medical mission trips to Zambia, Africa and Guatemala City, Guatemala. Emily s professional interests include education, quality improvement, pediatric anesthesia, and global health. She currently serves on the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Public Relations Committee. Dr. Katherine Roy is a second year Dermatology resident at UNC. She is originally from Florida, and did her undergrad education at UF, and attended medical school at University of South Florida. She completed her internship at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, PA prior to starting at UNC last year. She is ultimately planning to pursue a career in academic dermatology. Dr. Sujay Kansagra graduated from Duke Medical School. He did his pediatrics training at UNC, before returning to Duke for training in pediatric neurology. He then went on to complete a sleep medicine fellowship at UNC. He ended up back at Duke as an assistant professor in Pediatric Neurology and is the Director of the pediatric neurology sleep medicine program. Today he will be talking about common pediatric sleep disorders.
9 Dr. Moody graduated from the Duke University School of Medicine in 1999 and was a resident in Categorical Pediatrics at Emory University from He served as a Chief Resident and then as Assistant Program Director for the Emory Pediatrics Residency Program from before returning to Duke to train in Pediatric Infectious Diseases. He joined the faculty at Duke in 2006 and is currently Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and the Chief Medical Officer of the Duke Human Vaccine Institute. His clinical interests include general pediatric infectious diseases, sexually transmitted infections, and pediatric tuberculosis. He is also a basic science researcher, focusing on antibodies and B cells in vaccine development and the response to disease. Remi Hueckel is an Assistant Professor and Lead Faculty for the Acute Care Pediatric NP major in the MSN Program. Before joining the DUSON faculty, Dr. Hueckel was an expert clinician in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and a leader in patient safety and process improvement at Duke Hospital (where she held a clinical appointment). She was also a DUSON clinical associate, serving as clinical preceptor for DUSON Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP) students and as course coordinator for the Acute Care PNP management courses. Dr. Hueckel received her BSN from Purdue University; she earned an MSN degree as an Adult Nurse Practitioner and completed post-master s certificates in the Family Nurse Practitioner and Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner specialties at Duke University. She is a 2011 graduate of the Duke DNP program. Dr. Hueckel s clinical experience and interest in patient safety and emergency response teams have allowed her to creatively integrate simulation into the Duke Acute Care PNP management courses and create opportunities for intra-professional collaboration between the ABSN and Acute Care PNP students. She is the president of the North Carolina chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, serves on the Acute Care PNP Exam Committee of the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PNCB), and is a reviewer for the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Theresa Cromling has been the Safe Kids Durham County Coordinator for the past 13 years. She is a clinical nurse IV in the Duke ED for the past 26 years. Theresa has been involved in child passenger safety as a technician for the past 13 years, an instructor for the past 10 years and Special Needs Instructor for 5years. She received a grant from the Children s Miracle Network in 2008 to develop Safe from the Start: A CPS Awareness Program for those Caring for Kids and enjoys educating parents and medical staff about child passenger safety and injury prevention. She believes that all families deserve to be traveling safely with their children.
10 Krisi Brackett is a speech pathologist who has specialized in pediatric feeding and dysphagia for over 18 years. She currently works at UNC hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC and serves as co-director of the pediatric feeding team. Krisi provides intervention to pediatric feeding patients which includes modified barium swallow studies and fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing. She is certified in pediatric NDT. Krisi published the Pediatric Feeding and Dysphagia Newsletter for 10 years and provides a 2 day workshop focusing on using a medical, motor, and behavior approach to pediatric feeding disorders across the US. Kristen Cole. Graduating from UNC Chapel Hill in 2000, Kristen started out as a Pediatric Surgery RN at UNC Hospitals. She quickly became interested in the role of a Nurse Education Clinician and accepted such a role in She then realized that her true calling in the field was in advanced practice and started the PNP Masters program at UNC in the fall of Kristen practiced for 6 years in primary care and has been back at UNC since the fall of 2011 in the Pediatric GI Clinic. Working with the Feeding Team has absolutely been the highlight of her career thus far. Kristen considers it a joy to accept these patients with challenging feeding issues, listen to their stories, develop multidisciplinary plans and work as a team to achieve their best outcome-to eat! Christi Hall is a Registered Dietitian with over 14 years of clinical practice. Christi has specialized in pediatrics for over 12 years. She currently works at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC. She is a Certified Specialist in Pediatrics (CSP) as well as a Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CSNC). Christi provides nutrition intervention for the pediatric feeding team.
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