2018 WNA APRN Forum Pharmacology and Clinical Update

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32ND ANNUAL

APRN FORUM

Pharmacology and Clinical Update

April 26-28, 2018

Monona Terrace, Madison

PROGRAM


WELCOME

The Wisconsin Nurses Association Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Forum

welcomes you to the 32nd Annual Pharmacology and Clinical Update!!

This intensive three-day conference will review current and identify new evidencebased

pharmacologic and clinical approaches to management of common conditions

in primary and acute care, with the goals of safe prescribing practice and optimal

therapeutic outcomes. If you have questions or concerns during the conference,

please stop at WNA registration or look for an APRN Conference Planning Committee

member wearing a “COMMITTEE” ribbon.

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Planning Committee

Ann Baggot, MS, WHNP-BC, APNP

Nurse Practitioner, Department of OB/GYN - UW Health/UW Medical Foundation

Gina Bryan, DNP, PMHCNS-BC, APNP

Clinical Associate Professor, UW-Madison School of Nursing; APNP, Journey Mental Health Center

Sarah Endicott, DNP, GNP-BC, APRN

Clinical Assistant Professor, UW-Madison School of Nursing; APNP, Monroe Clinic

Sherrie Gilbert, FNP-BC, APNP

Nurse Practitioner, Family Medicine - Aspirus Iron River Hospital & Clinics

Susan E. Medd, MSN, RN, CPNP

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner/Staff Development Specialist, ProHealth Care

Kristen Panther, RN, MS, ANP-C

Nurse Practitioner, University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation

Andrea Pollema, DNP, PMHNP-BC, APNP

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Journey Mental Health Center

Teresa Prattke, MSN, RN, WHNP-BC

Primary Nurse Planner, Wisconsin Nurses Association Continuing Nursing Education Program

Sarah Saari, DNP, AGACNP-BC, APNP

Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Hospital Medicine, University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation

The WNA APRN Forum wishes to especially thank the Wisconsin Chapter of the

National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners for their efforts in planning this

annual conference.

We also wish to thank the following organizations for their contribution of materials

that were used at the conference.

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WNA APRN Forum

Your Professional Voice!

The WNA Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) Forum is a mutual interest group of the

Wisconsin Nurses Association that advocates for Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists,

Certified Nurse Midwives, and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists. Areas of focus include:

• Educating employers and consumers about the role of the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse

• Ensuring that all APRNs can practice to the fullest extent of their scope of practice

• Monitoring practice regulations (such as the protection of title and autonomy)

• Watching billing/access issues (such as reimbursement by all insurance companies)

• Keeping an eye on legislative issues, pursuing legislation through the lobbying power of WNA

(such as the APRN Modernization Act)

• Developing educational programs specific to the needs of APRNs

• Offering four Mary Barker Advanced Practice Registered Nursing Scholarships each year

WNA APRN Forum Board:

Tina Bettin, DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, APNP (President)

Gina Bryan, DNP, PMHCNS-BC, APNP

Kimberly Day, MSN, FNP

Sherrie Gilbert, FNP-BC, APNP

Jeff Kobernusz, MS, RN, APNP, ACNP-BC

Mary Beck Metzger, MSN, FNP-BC, APNP

Lisa Pisney, RN, MSN, ANP-C

Jean Roedl, FNP-BC, ADM-BC

Ronda Thompson, MSN, APRN, ANP-BC, GNP-BC

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Disclosures and General Information

Conference Outcomes

By participating in the sessions offered at the conference most applicable to their professional learning

needs, participants will be able to:

• Apply leadership and advocacy skills to improve collaborative partnerships at the local, state,

and national level to ensure that APRNs can practice to the fullest extent of their scope of

practice.

• ldentify opportunities to promote health and prevent disease for self, clients, and the community.

• lmplement strategies in the management of chronic, acute, and complex health conditions to

achieve optimal therapeutic outcomes for clients and their families.

• Apply the current research and evidence-based indicators for safe and effective prescriptive

practice.

The WNA APRN Forum 32nd Annual Pharmacology & Clinical Update is jointly provided by the

Wisconsin Nurses Association and the Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse

Practitioners. Wisconsin Nurses Association is approved with distinction as a provider of continuing

nursing education by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses

Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Continuing Nursing Education Credit

This conference offers participants up to 18.25 contact hours of continuing nursing education (CNE)

credit. Participants MUST complete the online conference evaluation by the due date to receive CNE

credit. The number of ‘Pharmacology’ contact hours available for a given session is noted as ‘Rx =’ next

to the session title whenever applicable. Estimates for pharmacology credit were based on information

submitted by presenters; it is the responsibility of the participant to determine whether the content

provided meets the specific requirements of their certifying or licensing body.

Online Evaluation – Required to receive CNE Certificate

To receive CNE credit, participants must complete the online conference evaluation at the web address

below by May 20, 2018. Your conference registration ID number on the back of your conference

nametag (or in the registration confirmation email) is required to access the evaluation form. If you are

unable to finish the evaluation form in one sitting, use the “Save” button at the bottom to receive an

emailed link to return to your form at a later time. Do not use the “Submit Evaluation” button until you

have completed the evaluations for ALL sessions attended. A Certificate of Completion will be emailed

to the address you provided immediately after you “Submit Evaluation.”

https://wisconsinnurses.org/aprn-eval/

The online evaluation must be completed by May 20, 2018 to obtain CNE credit and a

Certificate of Completion for this Conference.

There will be a $25 charge for the WNA office to provide access to the online evaluation after this

date. This option to re-open the online evaluation will only be available for 6 months following the

conference.

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Disclosures and General Information

Handouts

All handouts submitted by presenters have been posted at the web address below and will be available

for 6 months following the conference. A link to the handouts webpage can also be found on the

conference webpage or in the emails sent to registrants prior to the conference. Enter the password

‘clinical’ to access the posted handouts.

https://wisconsinnurses.org/aprn-handouts/

Conflicts of Interest

There is no conflict of interest for the planners or presenters of this activity with the exception of the

following:

• Jodi Strong, DNP, FNP-BC, CDE, BC-ADM, CPT (Session 3B): Speakers Bureau – AstraZeneca,

Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly, Intarcia, Janssen, Novo Nordisk, Sanofi

• Steven J. Garlow, MD, PhD (Session 7E): Consultant – Janssen Pharmaceuticals

• Christina M Funk, DNP, FNP-C, APNP (Session 8B): Consultant – Novo Nordisk

Commercial Support

The following commercial support was received for this educational activity:

• Bayer – Pharmaceuticals Division – loan of IUD pelvic models

Certificate of Completion for

this conference can ONLY be

obtained by completing the online

evaluation by May 20, 2018.

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Don’t Miss These Special Events

at the Conference!

Raffle

Bring your $5s, $10s, and $20s…and show your support for APRN education! Raffle tickets will be sold

throughout the conference for great prizes to be given away on Saturday morning at breakfast – must

be present to win...or arrange for another attendee to keep your ticket and claim your prize for you. Put

a ticket in each bucket for a try at all of the prizes, or focus your efforts on winning this year’s coveted

iPad! All proceeds benefit the Mary Barker APRN Scholarship fund.

UW Bookstore Display and Services

Dave Jewell from the UW Bookstore in Madison will be available all 3 days of

the conference and is offering a 10% discount on all displayed books, Littman

stethoscopes, otoscopes, ophthalmoscopes, reflex hammers and more. Drop off your

Littmann stethoscope to be cleaned onsite for only $10 – and repaired for the cost of

parts only.

Exhibit Hall

Dave Jewell

FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 7:00 AM – 1:15 PM

Visit and talk with representatives from industry, education and professional organizations pertinent

to your APRN practice – Friday only. Please thank them for their support of our conference! A list of

exhibitors can be found at the conference registration desk.

Mary Barker Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Scholarship Winner

FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 12:00 PM

The winner of the Mary Barker APRN Scholarship for nursing graduate school students will be

announced during the general conference luncheon. Please join us in congratulating her! The

scholarship is named after Mary Barker, honoring one of Wisconsin’s pioneer nurse practitioners and

leaders.

WI Chapter of NAPNAP Luncheon and Annual Business Meeting

FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 12:00 – 1:15 PM

Members of the WI Chapter of NAPNAP attending the conference are encouraged to attend the WI

Chapter of NAPNAP Luncheon and Annual Business Meeting.

APRN Research and Project Poster Display New for 2018!

SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM

View the juried display of posters prepared by your fellow APRNs/student APRNs highlighting their

academic projects and research focused on innovative practice settings, quality improvement,

interprofessional education, team-based care, or clinical practice issues relevant to advanced practice

nursing. Poster Presenters will be available in the Capitol Promenade during breakfast and breaks to

explain their projects.

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Wisconsin Nurses Association Advanced Practice

Registered Nurse Forum

32nd Annual Pharmacology & Clinical Update

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, APRIL 26

7:30 – 8:15 AM

Morning Preconference Registration and Continental Breakfast – Capitol Promenade

8:15 AM – 12:30 PM

MORNING PRECONFERENCE

“THE PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS OF BEING AN ADVANCED PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE”

(total Rx .50)

Introductions and Welcome

Tina Bettin, DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, APNP – President of WNA APRN Forum;

Family Nurse Practitioner, ThedaCare Physicians

Mindfulness: Live Life Awake

Kay Theyerl, MD, MS, FACP, AIHM, ACLM – Medical Director,

Lifestyle Medicine - ThedaCare

Wisconsin State Board of Nursing Update

Sheryl Krause, MS, RN, CEN, ACNS-BC – Chair of Wisconsin State Board of Nursing

Potholes on the Practice Road and the Gravel to Smooth the Road: APRN Practice

Issues from Novice to Expert

Tina Bettin, DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, APNP – President of WNA APRN Forum;

Family Nurse Practitioner, ThedaCare Physicians

Mary Beck Metzger, MSN, FNP-BC, APNP – Family Nurse Practitioner,

Integrated Family Care

Gina Bryan, DNP, PMHCNS-BC, APNP – Clinical Associate Professor,

UW-Madison School of Nursing; APNP, Journey Mental Health Center

Gina Dennik-Champion, MSN, RN, MSHA – Executive Director,

Wisconsin Nurses Association

Update on the APRN Modernization Act 2018

Gina Dennik-Champion, MSN, RN, MSHA

Tina Bettin, DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, APNP

Mary Beck Metzger, DNP, FNP-BC, APNP

Forbes McIntosh – President, Government Policy Solutions, LLC

Burton A. Wagner, BBA, JD, MAB – Attorney, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren, s.c. (retired)

Ballroom A

Participants at the Morning Preconference will receive a box-lunch (included in your Morning

Preconference registration fee). Lunches will be available beginning at 11:00 AM.

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Conference Registration – Capitol Promenade

1:00 – 3:00 PM

PRECONFERENCE SESSION 1

1A

1B

1C

1D

1E

1F

An Introduction to Primary Wound Closure, Principles and Practice

Jeff Kobernusz, MS, RN, APNP, ACNP-BC – Orthopedic Acute

Care Nurse Practitioner, Unity Point Health-Meriter, Division of

Orthopedics; Clinical Instructor, UW-Madison School of Nursing,

Adult, Geriatric, & Acute Care NP cohort, DNP Program

APRN Preceptor Workshop

Kristen Panther, RN, MS, ANP-C – Nurse Practitioner, University of

Wisconsin Medical Foundation

Sarah Endicott, DNP, GNP-BC, APRNClinical Assistant Professor,

UW-Madison School of Nursing; APNP, Monroe Clinic

Skills for Advanced Practice Nurses: IUD Insertion Workshop

Ann Baggot, MS, WHNP-BC, APNP – Nurse Practitioner, Department

of OB/GYN - UW Health/UW Medical Foundation

(continued in 2C - must attend both session to receive CNE credit)

Basic Interpretation of the 12 Lead ECG

Maureen T. Greene, PhD, RN, CNS-BC, ACNP-BC, APRN-P –

Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist, Research Coordinator,

Ascension Healthcare - St. Joseph Hospital

Betty Ross Aguilar, MS, RN, CEN – Clinical Educator,

Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare (retired)

(continued in 2D - must attend both sessions to receive CNE credit)

We all forget…don’t we? Screening for Dementia in Primary Care

Nathaniel A. Chin, MD – Director of Medical Services, WI ADRC;

Geriatric Memory Physician, UW Health

Bridging the Gap to Health Equity by Better Understanding the

Barriers of Access to Care

Gina Green-Harris, MBA – Director, UW School of Medicine and

Public Health Center for Community Engagement and Health

Partnerships

Rx =.50

Rx = 2.0

for 1C

and 2C

Rx = 1.0

for 1D

and 2D

Hall of Ideas G

Hall of Ideas E

Hall of Ideas J

Hall of Ideas E

Rx = .50 Meeting

Rooms MNQR

Hall of Ideas I

3:00 – 3:15 PM

Refreshment Break – Capitol Promenade

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

3:15 – 5:15 PM

PRECONFERENCE SESSION 2

2A Common Dermatologic Disorders and In-Office Procedures Rx = .75 Hall of Ideas G

Sarah Kaldem, ANP-BC, DCNP – Dermatology Certified Nurse

Practitioner, Aurora Health Care

2B A Multifaceted Approach for Reducing Stress and Supporting the

Hall of Ideas I

Health of Trauma Survivors

Danny G. Willis, DNS, RN, PMHCNS-BC, FAAN – Associate Dean for

Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing

2C Skills for Advanced Practice Nurses: IUD Insertion Workshop

Hall of Ideas J

(continued from 1C)

2D Basic Interpretation of the 12 Lead ECG (continued from 1D) Hall of Ideas E

2E

2F

Substance Abuse and the Adolescent Brain - Why Medical or

Recreational Marijuana is Bad for Teens

Steven C. Matson, MD, Board Certified in Adolescent Medicine

and Addiction Medicine – Chief, Division of Adolescent Medicine,

Nationwide Children’s Hospital/The Ohio State University College of

Medicine

Getting the Most out of your Chest Radiographs

Donald Benson, MD – Cardiothoracic Radiology Fellow,

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Rx = 2.0

Meeting

Rooms MNQR

Hall of Ideas F

6:00 PM

NEXPLANON® TRAINING

Prior registration with Merck required. Dinner will be provided for those attending this training.

FRIDAY, APRIL 27

7:00 – 8:45 AM

Registration/Continental Breakfast/Exhibits (Exhibit Hall open Friday only!) –

Capitol Promenade and Grand Terrace

8:45 – 9:00 AM

Welcome and Announcements, and process for obtaining CNE Credit – Ballroom AB

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

9:00 – 10:00 AM

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Interprofessional Practice and the Point of

No Return

Joseph A. Zorek, PharmD, BCGP - Assistant

Professor and Director of Interprofessional

Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison

School of Pharmacy

10:00 – 10:45 AM

Exhibits/Refreshment Break – Grand Terrace

10:45 AM – 12:00 PM

BREAKOUT SESSION 3

(there are no Rx credits for this session)

Key milestones in the history of

interprofessional practice and education

in the US will be covered, including

contemporary developments highlighting

the maturation of the field and the resultant

implications for health professionals.

Ballroom

AB

3A Pediatric Top 10: Treatment of the Most Common Pediatric Illnesses

Laurie Newton, DNP, RN, CPNP-AC, PC – Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

– Pediatric Otolaryngology, Medical College of Wisconsin; Clinical

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

3B Succeeding with Women’s Diabetes Health Outcomes

Jodi Strong, DNP, FNP-BC, CDE, BC-ADM, CPT –

Diabetologist, Ascension Health

3C When “Low Sodium” is a Big Problem: Evaluation and Management

of Hyponatremia

Bartho Caponi, III, MD – Clinical Associate Professor, UW Health

3D Acute and Chronic Management of Concussion in Children &

Adolescents

Traci Snedden, PhD, RN, APRN, CNE – Assistant Professor,

University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing

3E Emergent, Urgent, or Benign: Evaluating Mental Health Emergencies

in the Primary Care Setting

Jennifer Fiegel-Newlon, FNP, PMHNP, APNP, DNP – Psychiatric

Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Gundersen – St. Joseph’s

Healthcare; Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-

Madison

Rx = 1.0 Hall of Ideas EF

Rx = 1.0 Hall of Ideas H

Rx = .75 Hall of Ideas IJ

Hall of Ideas G

Rx = .75 Meeting Rooms

KLOP

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

12:00 – 1:15 PM

General Luncheon/Exhibits/WNA APRN Forum Business Meeting – Ballroom AB

During Lunch, the Mary Barker APRN Scholarship winner will be announced. We welcome your

participation in honoring this outstanding Advanced Practice Registered Nurse student.

2018 Scholarship Winner:

• Marilyn Bazinski, BSN, RN-BC

Tina Bettin, DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, APNP - President of the WNA APRN Forum will also present a

‘state of the state’ on advanced practice nursing in Wisconsin. Don’t miss this important information!

12:00 – 1:15 PM

WI Chapter of NAPNAP Luncheon Business Meeting – Meeting Rooms MNQR

Members of the WI Chapter of NAPNAP attending the conference are encouraged to attend the WI

Chapter of NAPNAP Luncheon and Annual Business Meeting.

1:15 - 2:30 pm

BREAKOUT SESSION 4

4A Pediatric Mood Disorders and ADHD: Managing the Complexities of

Comorbid Kids

Julie A. Carbray, PhD, PMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BC, APRNClinical

Professor of Psychiatry and Nursing, University of Illinois at Chicago

4B Are You PrEPared? Implementing HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis and

STD Update

Rose Staden, MS, RN, APNP, ANP-BC, AAHIVS – Nurse Practitioner,

UW HIV Comprehensive Care Program

4C Reversal of Anticoagulation and Pharmacologic Management of

Other Acquired Bleeding Disorders

Kraig Kumfer, MD, PhD – Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine,

Division of Hospital Medicine, UW School of Medicine and Public

Health

4D Greatest Hits: 8 Studies that will Change Your Practice

Jeremy Smith, MD – Physician, UW Health; Associate Professor, UW-

Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, Division of General

Internal Medicine

Rx = 1.0 Hall of Ideas EF

Rx = .75 Hall of Ideas G

Rx = 1.0 Hall of Ideas IJ

Rx = 1.25 Ballroom CD

2:30 – 2:45 pm

Refreshment Break – Capitol Promenade

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

2:45 – 4:00 pm

BREAKOUT SESSION 5

5A

5B

5C

5D

5E

Adolescent Sexual Health

Paula Cody, MD, MPH – Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Medical

Director of Adolescent Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of

Medicine and Public Health

Menopause Management: Maximizing Benefits and Minimizing Risks

Makeba Williams, MD, FACOG, NCMP – Obstetrician/Gynecologist

and Director, UW Health Menopause Clinic; Division Chief, General

Obstetrics/Gynecology, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine

and Public Health

Inpatient Pharmacologic Management of Acute and/or Complicated

Alcohol Withdrawal

Caitlin Weitzel, RN, BSN, MS, ACNP-BC, APNP – Inpatient Hospital

Medicine Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner, UW-Hospital and

Clinics

Global Warming and the Rising Threat of Tick-borne Disease

Dennis G. Maki, MD – Ovid O. Meyer Professor of Medicine,

Divisions of Infectious Disease and Pulmonary/Critical Care

Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public

Health

ADHD from Childhood Through Adulthood: Pharmacologic and

Non-Pharmacologic Management Options

Jennifer Brandt, RN, MSN, PMHNP – Mental Health Nurse

Practitioner, Group Health Cooperative

Rx = 1.0

Rx = .75

Rx = 1.0

Rx = .75

Rx = .75

Hall of Ideas G

Hall of Ideas IJ

Meeting

Rooms KLOP

Hall of Ideas

EF

Hall of Ideas H

4:00 – 4:15 PM

Break

4:15 – 5:30 PM

BREAKOUT SESSION 6

6A

What’s Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) & How is it Used in the Pediatric

Population?

David Yeazel, MS, MPH – Director of Clinical Research,

Hoey Apothecary

Debra K. Rodriguez, MSN, ANP-BC, PNP-BC, APNP, CCAP, CH –

Coordinator, St. Clare Healthy Living Center, St. Clare Hospital

Rx = .50 Hall of Ideas G

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

6B Long Acting Reversible Contraception Update and Evidence Based

Contraceptive Counseling

Eliza Bennett, MD, FACOG – Clinical Assistant Professor, University of

Wisconsin

6C Management of Decompensated Cirrhosis in the Hospitalized Patient

John Rice, MD – Assistant Professor of Medicine, UW School of

Medicine and Public Health; Hepatology Section Chief, UW Health

6D Stewardship in Outpatient Settings: Protecting Patients through

Judicious Antimicrobial Use

Erin K. McCreary, PharmD, BCPS – Education & Development

Coordinator, Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacist, UW Health

6E Substance Abuse and PTSD in the Primary Care Setting

Jenny Littaritz, DNP, APNP-BC – DNP, Madison VA Hospital;

Inpatient/Outpatient ADTP and Primary Care

Rx = .75 Hall of Ideas IJ

Rx = .75 Meeting

Rooms KLOP

Rx =

1.25

Ballroom CD

Rx = .75 Hall of Ideas

EF

SATURDAY, APRIL 28

7:00 – 8:30 AM

Conference Registration – Capitol Promenade

7:00 – 8:30 AM

Networking Breakfast, Announcements, and Raffle Drawing! – Grand Terrace

7:00 am – 1:00 PM

APRN Research and Project Poster Display

Support nursing research by visiting this juried display of APRN/Student APRN research

and clinical projects during the breakfast and break times. Conference participants -

earn .50 contact hours of CNE credit by indicating on the online conference evaluation

which posters you viewed and/or discussed with the poster presenters.

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Capitol

Promenade

1 Implementing a Standardized Placement Process for Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, and

Midwifery Students

Presenter: Kristen Panther, RN, MSN, ANP-BC, UW Medical Foundation

2 Creating a Clinic Tool for Amish Patients with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Presenter: Myra DeLine, BSN, RN, DNP Student, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of

Nursing, La Farge Medical Clinic

3 Diabetes Prevention Program Using Fitbits and Follow-Up to Increase Physical Activity

Presenter: Theresa Dachel, MS, APRN, AGPCNP-BC, APNP, CEN, Alumnus CCRN, University of

Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing

4 Implementation of Shared Medical Appointments for Diabetic Patients in a Rural Community

Health Center

Presenter: Sherry Harris, DNPc, FNP-BC, Indiana State University


CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

5 Improving Adherence to Chlamydia Rescreening Guidelines in a Student Health Center:

A Quality Improvement Project

Presenter: Kaitlin Engle, RN, DNP Student, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

6 Rural Health Curriculum: Changing Student Nurses’ Perceptions

Presenters: Megan Foss, RN, DNPc; Paula Jarzemsky, MSN, RN; Tina DeGroot, PhD, APRN,

University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing

7 Preceptor Boot Camp: Development and Implementation of Graduate Clinical Preceptor

Training Program

Presenter: Smita Sikhrakar, MS, RN, DNP Student, University of Wisconsin-Madison

8 Recommendations for Creating an Interprofessional Online Clinical Learning Module to Improve

Immigrant and Refugee Health

Presenter: Gina Welch, MN, RN, CNL, DNP Student, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

9 Evidenced-Based Practice Program Development: CNS Transition-to-Practice Residency Program

Presenter: Rosina Bloomingdale, DNP, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, GCNS, APNP, University of

Wisconsin-Milwaukee

10 Changing Clinic Workflow Using a Walk-In STI Clinic

Presenter: Colleen Paramesh, DNP, NP-C, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

8:30 - 9:45 am

Plenary Session (Rx = 1.25)

Prescribing Opiates

Responsibly

Michael McNett, MD –

Medical Director for Chronic

Pain, Aurora Healthcare GMS

An overview of the principles of addiction, followed by tips

for identifying patients at risk and patients abusing their

opioid medication, culminating with specific approaches

for safely weaning the patient from narcotics and instituting

appropriate non-narcotic treatment regimens.

Ballroom AB

9:45 – 10:00 AM

Refreshment Break/Poster Display – Capitol Promenade

10:00 - 11:15 am

BREAKOUT SESSION 7

7A

7B

Functional GI Disorders in Children: Differential Diagnoses,

Biopsychosocial Model and Treatment Approaches

Julie Banda, MSN, RN, CPNP – Pediatric Nurse Practitioner,

Medical College of Wisconsin

Health Issues for Female Veterans

Sandra R. Schumacher, PhD, CNM, WHNP, BC, RN – Women

Veterans Program Manager, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans

Hospital and Clinics

Rx = 1.0

Rx = .50

Meeting

Rooms KLOP

Hall of Ideas G

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

7C ICU Delirium

Joanna Coger, MSN, ACNP-BC – Critical Care Nurse Practitioner,

Duke University Hospital

7D Interacting with the Drug-Seeking Patient

Michael McNett, MD – Medical Director for Chronic Pain, Aurora

Healthcare GMS

7E Novel Treatments for Depression

Steven J. Garlow, MD, PhD – Professor of Psychiatry,

University Wisconsin School of Medicine

Rx = .75

Hall of Ideas H

Rx = 1.25 Ballroom AB

Rx = 1.0

Hall of Ideas

EF

11:15 – 11:30 AM

Break/Poster Display – Capitol Promenade

11:30 AM – 12:45 PM

BREAKOUT SESSION 8

8A

8B

8C

8D

8E

Opioid Abuse, Addiction, Overdose and Medication Assisted

Treatment in America

Steven C. Matson, MD, Board Certified in Adolescent Medicine

and Addiction Medicine – Chief, Division of Adolescent Medicine,

Nationwide Children’s Hospital/The Ohio State University College

of Medicine

Obesity Management: Diagnosis, Evaluation and Treatment

Options

Christina M. Funk, DNP, FNP-C, APNP – Chronic Obesity

Management & Family Practice Nurse Practitioner, ReforMedicine

Rheumatology Pearls for the Inpatient Provider

Brian Jubeck, MD – Hospitalist, UW Health

Pharmacologic Management of PTSD in Veterans

Eileen Ahearn, MD, PhD – Psychiatrist, William S. Middleton

Memorial Veterans Hospital

Precision Medication Management: The Fusion of Art and Science

to best help your Patients!

Joshua Babu, MD – Adult Behavioral Health Medical Director,

Meriter Hospital

Rx = .75

Rx = .50

Hall of Ideas H

Hall of Ideas IJ

Rx = .75 Meeting

Rooms KLOP

Rx = 1.25 Hall of Ideas G

Rx = 1.25 Hall of Ideas

EF

12:45 PM

Poster Display/Conference Closes

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Using Patient-Centered Team-Based Care to Improve Hypertension

Prevention, Detection, and Management in Wisconsin

November 2017

WNA is pleased to present WNA’s Interprofessional Clinical Hypertension Expert Panel

Recommendations. This document was developed to provide clinical and community settings

conceptual and pragmatic recommendations for improving the prevention, detection and

management of hypertension.

One of every three adults in Wisconsin has hypertension or approximately 1.3 million Wisconsin

adults. Less than half of adults with hypertension are adequately in control (46%). Among those with

uncontrolled hypertension, many adults (40%) are unaware they have it, and another 45% of adults

with uncontrolled hypertension are seeking treatment, but it is still not in control. Nearly 90% of U.S.

adults with uncontrolled hypertension have a usual source of health care and insurance, representing

a missed opportunity for hypertension control (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC],

2012).

This publication includes background, the recommendations and listing of contributors. These

recommendations are framed under three core elements of our Patient-Centered Team-Based Care

Model: (1) Parent Organization, (2) Interprofessional Teams, and (3) Community. You can find this

model on WNA’s website www.wisconsinnurses.org under the “Practice” tab.

The concepts also represent a call to practical action by health systems (herein known as parent

organizations) and interprofessional patient health care teams, as well as state and local health

departments, institutions of higher education, professional organizations/societies, and others. WNA

encourages systemwide collaboration and partnerships between health systems and communities to

accelerate improvements in the prevention, detection, and management of hypertension and other

chronic diseases throughout Wisconsin.

For more information, questions, or to champion these concepts and documents please contact:

Gina Dennik-Champion, RN, MSN, MSHA

Project Director, Chronic Disease Prevention Grant

Executive Director, Wisconsin Nurses Association

(608) 221-0383

info@wisconsinnurses.org

2820 Walton Commons West

Suite 136

Madison, WI 53718

http://www.wisconsinnurses.org

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Support the passage of APRN Legislation…

Rejoin/Join the Wisconsin APRN Coalition!

Thanks to the support of the APRN Coalition members we made great strides in advancing the APRN

Modernization Act this past biennium. Your financial support is needed to get us to the finish line. The

passage of the APRN Modernization Act will provide all APRNs with legal protection and support of

their practice.

The APRN Modernization Act legislation will provide the following:

• Separate license as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)

• Legal protection of the titles:

• Advanced Practice Registered Nurse & A.P.R.N.

• Certified Nurse Midwife & C.N.M.

• Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist & C.R.N.A.

Clinical Nurse Specialist & C.N.S.

• Nurse Practitioner & N.P.

• Standards for school accreditation, national board certification, and educational degree

• Standardized nomenclature of titles that conform to other states

• Additional statute changes to remove current barriers to practice

As a member of the Wisconsin APRN Coalition, you will receive:

• Lobbyist visibility at the State Capitol

• Access to secure/password-protected web page

• Reports on latest activities

• Grassroots Lobbying Toolkits: sample letters, communication ideas, and legislative process

review

• Talking points for legislators, physicians, health system leaders and consumers

• Discount on the Fall 2018 improving your Grassroots Advocacy Skills and Strategy Workshop

• Discount on the Spring 2019 Wisconsin APRN Coalition Lobby Day

• WI APRN Coalition Member Button

To rejoin, or join, please fill out the application below or online at:

https://www.cognitoforms.com/WisconsinNursesAssociation/RejoinJoinTheWisconsinAPRNCoalition

Name:

Email:

Home Address:

(including city and zip code)

Payment:

CASH – Amount:

CHECK – Check Number:

CREDIT/DEBIT CARD:

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