7:30 am - 5:30 pm
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Optional Hands-On Workshops (040-060)
Separate registration fee required (see fees).
Vascular Access: What’s New?
Lillian Pryor, MSN, RN, CNN
“Stick me here.” In the back of your mind you know that is not right. Learn more about vascular access assessment, new accesses, and why the differences are important.
The Aging Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease
Kathryn Daniel, PhD, RN, ANP-BC, GNP-BC
What is normal in the older adult? What isn’t? Changes happen as we age, but being able to identify abnormal changes in the geriatric population can help them and us to grow older gracefully.
Anna Rogers, MBA/HCM, BSN, RN, CNN
Can you believe it? Now, providers can determine how much weight to remove and how quickly to remove it with equipment that assists us in ensuring that we do not “stun” patients. What have we learned and how can this information be used to improve patient care? Find out more in this workshop featuring case studies.
10:15 am - 11:45 am
Opening General Session
Supporting the Second Victim, the Nurse
Susan Scott, PhD, RN, CPPS
An error has occurred in the dialysis unit. The patient was hospitalized. The nurse who made the error has not been back to the unit since. While patient safety has become a number one priority, humans make mistakes, and the second victim suffers shame, embarrassment, and disgrace for making an unintentional mistake. How do we support a culture where we examine the processes that led to the problem – rather than blame one person when anyone could have made that mistake?
12:00 nn - 1:30 pm
Lunch / Symposium
Pending corporate support
1:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Concurrent Sessions (111-114)
Pregnancy and the Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease
Madeline Pahl, MD
Patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) have had successful pregnancies and healthy babies. Learn more about the care and concepts behind supporting a pregnant mother with CKD.
Landmark SPRINT Trial on Hypertension Management: Where Do We Go from Here?
Wendy St. Peter, PharmD, FCCP, FASN, FNKF
And so went JNC-8, right? Learn about this new trial on hypertension and how it will impact prescribing practices.
Who’s Next? Succession Planning
Judy Kauffman, MSN, RN, CNN
I got it from Sandy who got it from Paul who got it from Ernestine – the chair position that is. How do we successfully plan to not be in charge – and seek someone to lead who will one day replace us? Or, how do we find that gem at the right time?
Pediatrics and Quality Improvement Benchmarks
Glenda Harbert, RN, CNN, CPHQ
The tiniest population deserves our best guidelines and care. Until now, the focus of quality has been on the adult patient, but kids need quality care, too. Learn about new quality improvement benchmarks for pediatrics.
3:15 pm - 4:30 pm
Concurrent Sessions (121-124)
Substance Abuse, Addictive Personality
Susan Crosland, MSN, RN
“Please, can I have just one more prescription for pain meds?” How do we manage these patients and learn when pain medications have become a problem?
Diabetes 2016: Facts and Interventions on Diabetes Mellitus
Betsy Dokken, PhD, NP, CDE
Dr. Dokken returns. Learn from the expert about newer medications and treatment options for individuals with diabetes mellitus.
Leadership and Learning Styles: Do They Matter?
Sally Russell, MN, CMSRN, CNE
What type of learner are you? Do you need to read the information or actually “do” something to learn? Knowing how to teach and educate others can improve outcomes for your team.
Peritonitis Treatment Strategies
Beth Piraino, MD
Peritonitis is a diagnosis that has patients febrile and in pain. Learn about the various risk factors and types of peritonitis as well as the most appropriate treatment strategies.
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Exhibits Open / Reception in Exhibit Hall