Improving Wound Care 2012 - Catholic Health System

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Improving Wound Care 2012 - Catholic Health System

Improving Wound Care 2012Register by March 1, 2012Two Easy Ways to Register:Mail: Detach and return the completed registration form withyour payment of $35 (via credit card or check or moneyorder made payable to Catholic Health) to:Catholic Health Continuing Care291 North StreetBuffalo, New York 14201Attn: Peg SchwenkFax: Credit card payment and completed registration formmay be faxed to:Catholic Health Continuing CareAttn: Peg SchwenkFax: (716) 604-1820Missed the registration deadline?Call (716) 923-4817 or email ps2698@chsbuffalo.org to see ifseating is still available.Improving Wound Care 2012 SupportersPrecision Health Care, Inc. BlueCross BlueShield of WNY Independent Health, Inc.Univera Healthcare Advanced BioHealing, Inc. Convatec, Inc.Healthpoint, Ltd. Hollister, Inc. Kinetic Concepts, Inc.MedEfficiency, Inc. Medline Industries, Inc. Merck & Co., Inc.Organogenesis, Inc. Smith & Nephew SystagenixEV3Byram HealthcareImproving Wound Care 2012Saturday, March 10, 2012Hyatt Regency, Two Fountain Plaza, Buffalo, NY 14202Keynote SpeakersDesmond Bell, DPMA board certified wound specialist and fellow of theAmerican College of Certified Wound Specialists,Dr. Bell is a practicing podiatrist and co-founder andexecutive director of the “Save A Leg, Save A Life”Foundation in Jacksonville, Florida. He serves on theBoard of Directors of the American Academy of Wound Managementand is a frequent lecturer and author on wound care, peripheralarterial disease and diabetes. A graduate of Tulane University and theTemple University School of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Bell is an editorialBoard Member of Today’s Wound Clinic and a regular contributor toPodiatry Today. He is a member of the Wound Healing Society and theAssociation for the Advancement of Wound Care.Dot Weir, RN, CWOCN, CWSA certified wound ostomy nurse and board certifiedwound specialist, Dot Weir is clinical coordinator forwound care at the Wound Healing Center at OsceolaRegional Medical Center in Kissimmee, Florida. Aclinician in wound managment for over 30 years, shehas authored or co-authored over 30 publications and presented bothnationally and internationally on all aspects of wound healing. She isco-editor of Today’s Wound Clinic and a faculty member for the WoundCertification Prep Course. She is a charter member of the Associationfor Advanced Wound Care, a member of the American Academy ofWound Management, and a board member of the Florida Associationof Enterostomal Therapists.We’re discussing thelatest advancementsin wound care.And you’re invited.Catholic Health & Catholic Medical Partners presentImproving Wound Care 2012Saturday, March 10, 2012Hyatt Regency - Downtown BuffaloDon’t Delay! RSVP by March 1, 2012


Improving Wound Care 2012Saturday, March 10, 2012Hyatt Regency, Two Fountain Plaza, Buffalo, NY 14202Registration begins at 7:00 amProgram runs from 7:45 am - 4:00 pmContinental breakfast and lunch will be provided.Parking is available in the Augspurger Ramp at Pearl and West Huron.This program is limited to 300 attendees and open to physicians, nurses, nursepractitioners, physician assistants, physical therapists, allied health professionalsand students interested in the care of patients suffering from chronic or problematicwounds.CME AccreditationThis program has been planned and implemented in accordance with the EssentialAreas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for CME (ACCME) through joint sponsorshipwith the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences andCatholic Health System.The University at Buffalo is accredited by the ACCME to sponsor CME for physicians.The UB School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences designates this live activity for amaximum of 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only thecredit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Other Educational AccreditationsThis activity has been submitted to the American Academy of Family Physicians forapproval to award contact hours.Educational ObjectivesBy the end of this activity participants will be able to:1. Understand the current treatment approaches and how medical co-morbidities affectthe treatment of chronic wounds.2. Describe clinical standards and guidelines for the identification/treatment of pressureulcers.3. Apply an accepted clinical approach to the use and interpretation of wound cultures.4. Apply limb salvage techniques and understand how SALSAL organization impactsour community.5. Appreciate the current approach to revascularization of the lower limb.6. Describe clinical applications and indications for using HBOT.Program AgendaOPENING REMARKSMichael J. Edbauer, DO, Chief Medical Officer, Catholic Medical PartnersLee C. Ruotsi, MD, FACCWS, UHM, Medical Director, Catholic Health AdvancedWound Healing CentersPRESENTING PANELMedical Co-Morbidities and Wound HealingLee C. Ruotsi, MD, FACCWS, UHMPressure Ulcers - The Pressure is OnDot Weir, RN, CWOCN, Clinical Coordinator, Wound Healing Center,Osceola Regional Medical CenterSave A Leg, Save A Life - From Concept to RealityDesmond Bell, DPM, Co-Founder/Executive Director, Save A Leg,Save A Life FoundationWound Training With AvatarHeather Hettrick, PT, PHD, CWS, FACCWS, MLT, DAPWCA Vice President ofAcademic Affairs & EducationLower Extremity Revascularization OptionsPaul Anain, MD, Medical Director, Catholic Health Vascular ServicesThe Wound Culture - When and How to TreatMatthew Antalek, DO, Infectious Disease Specialist, Kenmore Mercy HospitalWound Bed ForensicsDot Weir, RN, CWOCNThe 2010 Diabetic Foot Ulcer Concensus Report - Important?Desmond Bell, DPMHyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - When and WhyWilliam Lagaly, DO, Medical Director, Advanced Wound Healing Center,Mercy Ambulatory Care Center, Catholic HealthCurrent ResearchMichael S. Brogan, PT, DPT, PhD, CWS, FACCWS, Vice President for AcademicAffairs, Dean of the Division of Health and Human Services, Daemen CollegeImproving Wound Care 2012Registration FormReturn no later than March 1, 2012Detach and return completed registration form with your payment of $35 in theenvelope provided.Credit card registrations may be mailed or faxed to 716-604-1820.Wound or Cancer - The Chicken or the EggNathalie Zeitouni, MDCM, FRCPC, Interim Chair, Department of Dermatology,Roswell Park Cancer Institute Questions? Email ps2698@chsbuffalo.org or call (716) 923-4817.NameInstitution/Hospital/PracticeSpecialty/DegreeAddressCity State ZipEmail Address*Daytime Phone* Email address is necessary for program confirmation and notices of upcoming programsPROCESS MY PAYMENT AS FOLLOWS:q Check /Money Order enclosed - $35Make checks payable to Catholic Healthq Charge my credit card (select card below)q Visa® q MasterCard® q American Express®Card Holder NameCredit Card NumberExpiration DateSignatureSec. Code

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