March 24 Agenda - NAPNAP

March 24 Agenda

Noon–1 p.m. ET (1.0 contact hour)

  • Conference Opening: Breakthrough Opportunities to Improve Care and the Social Factors that Make Patients Sick in the First Place
    Rishi Manchanda, MD, MPH
    The early work in the upstream movement has focused on improving the individual social needs through integration in health care settings. A more recent focus strives to transform and improve relationships not only between caregivers and patients but also between health systems and the larger community and social structures that influence health. As this movement matures, institutions, multi-sector collaborative and entire communities face similar challenges. How do we take a bundle of interventions purporting to address a variety of social needs and social determinants and shape them into a cohesive strategy that can achieve long-term health and financial impact for patients and communities? Dr. Manchanda shares insights and answers from the front lines of the upstream movement.

1:30–2:45 p.m. ET (1.0 contact hour) 

  • 2021 Immunization Update – Focus on the Schedule (Pharmacology)
    Mary Beth Koslap-Petraco, DNP, PPCNP-BC, CPNP, FAANP
    While sharing the latest CDC immunization information, Dr. Koslap-Petraco will share real life experiences and case studies to engage and challenge you to educate and vaccinate your patient families, especially those who question the need for vaccines.

3:15–4:15 p.m. ET (1.0 contact hour)

  • Nudge: Mobilizing the Pediatric-Focused Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Workforce Towards Policy Engagement
    Kristin Gigli, PhD, RN, CPNP-AC, CCRN
    Pediatric-focused advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) understand the importance of advocacy and report pride in their support for a diverse array of child health issues. However, child health priorities and development of the pediatric-focused APRN workforce are often overlooked in policymaking. This presentation will illustrate strategies for engaging in advocacy on behalf of our profession and our patients using the latest data on the pediatric-focused APRN workforce and timely, policy-relevant pediatric health priorities, to increase the impact of pediatric advocacy.      

4:30–5:30 p.m. ET (1.0 contact hour) 

  • Pediatric-focused NPs: Always Innovating, Rarely Recognized
    Tim Raderstorf, DNP, RN
    As pediatric-focused NPs, we live and die by improving the lives of our patients and their families. We customize care. We find ways to reduce cost. We heal. We help cure. All of these things provide new value for our patients. This session focuses on the connections between this new value and health care innovation. We’ll explore how innovation is being put into practice and provide you with tools to bring back to your teams as you look to solve the problems of tomorrow.
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