Intensive Workshops

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Take a deeper dive into our intensive workshops. These sessions fill up quickly so register today. There are no refunds for cancellations after February 15, 2019 and no-shows.

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Wednesday, March 6

1–6:30 p.m. (5.0 contact hours)  

001: Pharmacology Update (Rx) — Teri Moser Woo, PhD, CPNP, CNL, FAANP
An inclusive update of current pediatric prescribing recommendations  ̶  a must for all prescribing NPs! Developmental pharmacology and evidence-based practice guidelines will guide this day of fast paced, practice-based pharmacology. We will do an extensive review and provide an improved understanding of therapeutic benefits and risks, including efficacy, safety and prescribing recommendations. Current FDA Alerts and issues that every pediatric health care provider needs to know will also be covered. 
Session limited to 100 participants. Additional registration fee of $90 is required. Lunch not included.


1-5 p.m. (4.0 contact hours)

003: Pediatric Orthopedics: Practical Knowledge and Application for the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Raymond W. Kleposki, CPNP, Erica Zepeda, CPNP, Collen Story, NP,  Carrie Chan, CPNP and Suzanne M. Fortuna, DNP, RN, APRN-BC, CNS-BC
This intensive workshop will provide an opportunity for subspecialty clinicians around the nation to provide education to primary care providers about pediatric orthopedic conditions including: fracture management, common pediatric hip disorders, scoliosis and pediatric spinal disorders, sports injuries focusing on common pediatric shoulder and knee conditions. This presentation aims to bridge the gap of knowledge and increase the comfort level of the primary care provider by offering hands on splinting, x-ray interpretation, case presentations and demonstration and explanation of common orthopedic conditions.
Session limited to 50 participants. Additional registration fee of $75 is required. 

2-5 p.m. (3.0 contact hours)

004: Managing Type 1 Diabetes in the Primary Care Setting - Devyn Thurber, MSN, MPH, PPCNP-BC
This workshop will demystify the basics of managing type 1 diabetes so providers feel more comfortable when they see these patients for acute and well visits in the primary care setting. It will cover how to calculate insulin doses for meal coverage and correction of high blood sugars, how to address high and low blood sugars, including sick day (ketone) management for these patients. This interactive session will also include hands-on demonstrations with insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitors and how to download and interpret their data so providers can make adjustments to insulin dosing as needed between routine endocrinology follow-ups.
Session limited to 30 participants. Additional registration fee of $50 is required.  

Thursday, March 7

8–10 a.m. (2.0 contact hours)  

005: Urologic Care of the Newborn: What a Nurse Practitioner Needs to Know - Gregory Edwin Dean, MD
This workshop will address the societal and medical arguments both for and against circumcision as well as strategies to determine suitability for circumcision. This will include recognition and illustration of anatomic variants which defer circumcision, such as penile concealment, penile torsion, chordee and hypospadias. Circumcision techniques including approaches to analgesia will be detailed and practiced. This includes the role of topical analgesia, the technique of penile nerve block, and the role of oral sucrose.
Session limited to 35 participants. Additional registration fee of $50 is required.

8–10 a.m. (2.0 contact hours) -Full

006: Telehealth 101 - Kelli Garber, MSN, APRN, PPCNP-BC & Katherine Chike-Harris, DNP, APRN, CPNP, NE
This workshop will provide a comprehensive review of telehealth and its applications for pediatric practice.  It will highlight key professional practice issues pertaining to APRNs and telehealth including a review of current reimbursement and billing trends. A framework for developing a successful telehealth program will be provided along with demonstrations of a variety of telehealth technologies.
Session limited to 50 participants. Additional registration fee of $50 is required.         

Friday, March 8

7:30–9:30 a.m. (2.0 contact hours) 

007: Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment (SBIRT) for Pediatric NPs - Anne Derouin, DNP, APRN, CPNP, PMHS, FAANP, Tracy L. McPherson, PhD & Cyrille Adam, EdM
Adolescent mental health concerns and substance use (often used by teens as a self-management technique for depression and anxiety) has increased over the past decade.  Screening brief intervention and referral (SBIRT) techniques are invaluable communication techniques that enable pediatric healthcare providers to efficiently screen teens for substance use and intervene appropriately.  This motivational interviewing and SBIRT workshop will provide participants with knowledge and practice skills, through virtual simulation tools and role play, that can be readily transferred to clinical settings. Note: All participants are required to bring their own laptop or tablet in order to use the online training.
Session limited to 60 participants. Additional registration fee of $50 is required.

Saturday, March 9

7-10 a.m. (3.0 contact hours)  

008: The Art of Precepting: Practical Tips for a Successful Pediatric Precepting Experience - Cynthia Danford, PhD, CRNP, PPCNP-BC, CPNP-PC, Beth Heuer, DNP, CRNP, CPNP-PC, PMHS, Imelda Reyes, DNP, MPH, CPNP, FNP-BC, Jay Hunter, DNP, RN, CPNP-AC, CCRN, CPEN, CN & Jessica Diver-Spruit, DNP, RN, CPNP-AC
This interactive workshop will dispel potential concerns and fears related to precepting, identify practical “nuts and bolts” tips for a successful precepting experience and provide an opportunity to network with other preceptors. New and experienced preceptors in acute, primary, and specialty pediatric NP settings will benefit from discussing case examples, sharing real life experiences, strategizing solutions to questions and concerns presented and participating in audience-based response to ease the precepting experience. The updated and downloadable Acute, Primary, and Specialty Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Preceptor Toolkit, revised based on participant data from NAPNAP 2018 will be presented.
Session limited to 75 participants. Additional registration fee of $45 is required.                    

7:30-10 a.m. (2.5 contact hours) 

009: Helping Breastfeeding Mothers Succeed: You CAN Make a Difference - Alison Scott, DNP, PNP-BC, IBCLC
This workshop will give APRNs the needed skills to assist the breastfeeding mother by applying evidence-based breastfeeding interventions.  Identification of common breastfeeding barriers and management of basic lactation principles will be covered, while allowing application through case-studies and scenarios.
Session limited to 60 participants. Additional registration fee of $45 is required.

7:30-10 a.m. (2.5 contact hours) 

010: Interpretation of Pediatric Chest and Abdominal X-Rays: The Basics (AC) - Maureen A. Madden MSN, RN, CPNP-AC, CCRN, FCCM
Radiographs play an integral role in diagnosis and management in the pediatric patient, in particular within the acute care setting. With training and practice, you will learn to recognize radiographic patterns and distinguish normal versus abnormal presentations. You will learn a systematic method to assess and interpret pediatric radiographs of the chest and abdomen.
Session limited to 100 participants. Additional registration fee of $50 is required.

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (7.0 contact hours)

Setting the Stage for a National Model of Sustainable NP-led Care - Julie Novak, DNSc, RN, CPNP, FAANP, FAAN & Ann Coleman Stadtler, DNP, MSN, CPNP
Is your dream to develop a sustainable clinic for rural and/or urban vulnerable populations? Have you considered developing a clinic in partnership with your local Head Start? Are you about to lead a faculty practice to meet a community need while developing a critical income stream for your school of nursing? If you answered YES to any or all of the questions above, this workshop is for you!
Recognizing that approximately 30,000 NP students graduate annually, they must be ready to not only hit the ground running clinically, but to also develop a clear understanding of sustainable practice development and management.  It is estimated that by 2030, 2/3 of primary care in the U.S. will be provided by nurse practitioners. This interactive workshop provides an opportunity to learn about an Integrated Model of Sustainable and Innovative (IMSI) NP-Led Care including ways to build a relationship-based practice, long-term community and business partnerships and to develop a diverse financial portfolio for accessible, equitable, patient and family centered cost-effective care. Participants will be introduced to the re-aim framework for planning and ongoing evaluation and will be asked to provide feedback and evaluate the IMSI model and the learning modules for a NAPNAP CE toolkit. Be a part of this inaugural NAPNAP team as NPs work to control our professional future while developing innovative models of healthcare delivery. This Nurse Practitioner Clinic Sustainability Integration and Innovation workshop is supported by the NAPNAP Foundation through a no-cost extension grant provided by the Rita & Alex Hillman Foundation and Julie Cowan Novak, DNSc, RN, CPNP, FAANP, FAAN, principal investigator, project director and author.
Session limited to 50 participants. Additional registration fee of $75 is required. Lunch not included.

4:15-6:45 p.m. (2.5 contact hours)

011: Stop Child Trafficking in Your Community: Become an ACT Advocate - Jessica Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP & Tresa E. Zielinski, DNP, RN, APN-NP, CPNP-PC
This life-saving, innovative workshop and leadership opportunity is specifically developed for pediatric-focused NPs to learn about child trafficking, methods of identification and referral and, most importantly, prevention. There are more people enslaved in labor and/or sex trafficking than at any point in history, meaning children of all socio-economic profiles are at risk with some populations more vulnerable than others. Alliance for Children in Trafficking (ACT) Advocates will receive a certificate of recognition as a trained expert who will then be able to deliver this unique content to healthcare professionals and lay people in your community. ACT is sponsored by NAPNAP Partners for Vulnerable Youth and NAPNAP. Registrants will be given free access to prerequisite online courses to complete in advance of the workshop. NAPNAP Chapters and SIGs are encouraged to sponsor an ACT Advocate to attend this workshop.
Session limited to 50 participants. Additional registration fee of $50 is required.

Sunday, March 10

1:30-5:30 p.m. (4.0 contact hours) 

012: Resiliency Skill-Building to Mitigate Impact of ACEs and Trauma - Marion Donohoe, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC & Allyson Matney Neal, DNP, APN, PMHNP-BC, CNS-BC, PMHS, CPNP-PC
Training provided by pediatric nurse practitioners who are Community Resiliency Model (CRM) trainers will prepare the participants with knowledge and skills needed to care for children and families affected by trauma, adversity and disasters. All participants will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on time, discuss self-regulation and debrief on the interactive simulation. These skills are transferable to a variety of environments and settings.
Session limited to 42 participants. Additional registration fee of $65 is required.                     

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