14th annual fall pharmacology in advanced practice conference sponsored by the APRN chapter of SCNA.
At the Hilton Head Marriott Beach & Golf Resort, Hilton Head, SC
Pre-Conference October 3rd
Conference October 4th & 5th
Post Conference October 6th
Nursing Contact Hours: Pre-Con 4, Regular Conference 11.5, Post-Con 3
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Attendees must attend entire general session or workshop to receive contact hours.
** SAVE THE DATE FOR THE SPRING CONFERENCE AT THE MILLS HOUSE Mills House No.1 at 160 Bleecker Street in New York City was designed by architect Ernest Flagg in the 1800s as a men's hotel.
Built as a hostel for poor gentlemen, this block-wide building was constructed on the site previously occupied by Depau Row. IN CHARLESTON February 26-29, 2008**
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* When SCNA receives the paid for contracts we will contact you about waiving the fee. No refunds will be given to those who already registered. This offer does not include lodging Lodging or holiday accommodation is a type of accommodation. People who travel and stay away from home for more than a day need lodging mainly for sleeping. Other purposes are safety, shelter from cold and rain, having a place to store luggage and being able to take a and is for SCNA members only.
Schedule of events Pre-Conference Wednesday, October 3rd 2:00 Registration and Exhibits Set-Up 3:00-7:00 Simple Office Procedures ... Interactive Learning Pearls of Practice (**areas of practice as of date are IUD Placement and Simple Wound Closure, other topics to be determined**) Conference Thursday, October 4th 7:30-9:30 Registration with Breakfast 7:30- Exhibit Hall Open 8:30-10:00 Break Out Session 1 A: "Sleep Solutions: Recognizing and Treating Insomnia" --Mary Adams, APRN, BC AANP Speaker B: "Pulmonary Management: A Pot-Pourri"--Teresa Durden*, RN, MSN, APRN Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Carolina Pulmonary & Critical Care, PA 10:00-10:30 Break Exhibit Hall Open 10:30-12:00 Break Out Session 2 A: "Sleep Solutions: Recognizing and Treating Insomnia" --Mary Adams, APRN, BC AANP Speaker B: "Pulmonary Management: A Pot-Pourri"--Teresa Durden*, RN, MSN, APRN Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Carolina Pulmonary & Critical Care, PA 12:00-1:00 Lunch Break 1:15-2:45 Break Out Session 3 A: "Diabetes-Outpatient Management"--Pam Arnold, MSN, APRN Medical Director's Office/Outcomes & Quality Management B: "Confused by Confusion? Alzheimer's Disease and Atypical Dementias"--Susan Scanland, MSN, APRN, BC-GNR 2:45-3:15 Break Exhibit Hall Open 3:15-4:45 Break Out Session 4 A: "Diabetes-Outpatient Management"--Pam Arnold, MSN, APRN Medical Director's Office/Outcomes & Quality Management B: "HTN"-Speaker to be Announced Friday, October 5th 7:30-9:30 Registration with Breakfast 7:30- Exhibit Hall Open 8:30-10:00 Break Out Session 5 A: "New Drug Update"--Sharm Steadman, Pharm.D., BCPS, FASHP, CDE B: "Pain Management"--Deborah Hopla*, MN, APRN-BC 10:00-10:30 Break Exhibit Hall Open 10:30-12:00 Break Out Session 6 A: "New Drug Update"--Sharm Steadman, Pharm.D., BCPS, FASHP, CDE B: "Pain Management"--Deborah Hopla, MN, APRN-BC 12:15-2:00 Lunch Session--"PCOS," Dr. Lessey from Infertility Clinic of Greenville 2:00-2:30 Break Exhibit Hall Open 2:30-4:00 Break Out Session 7 A: "Wound Care"--Janet Powell, MN, APRN-BC B: "Hematology and Management of Anemia"--Paula Cox, MN, APRN-BC and Shannon Velasquez, MSN, APRN-BC 4:00 Exhibit Hall Breakdown Post Conference 7:00-8:00 Registration 8:00 Breakfast Buffet 8:30-10:30 "Billing and Documentation ... A Practical Exercise" --Stephanie Burgess*, PHD, APRN-BC Clinical Professor and Associate Dean for Nursing Practice at USC * Indicates the speaker is a member of SCNA