ACCREDITATION STATEMENT CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENT The Institute for Advancement of Human Behavior is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This course is co-provided by IAHB and Well-Assembled Meetings. Maximum of 18 contact hours. If the Shoe Fits... DONATE IT! Modern Wound Care Management has partnered with the Seattle Chapter of the American Diabetes Association to raise money to purchase special shoes for patients suffering from diabetic foot ulcers. Evidence shows that custom-made properly fitting shoes can prevent amputation in a diabetic patient. www.modernwound.com 866-924-7929 We All Matter! Modern Wound Care Management NURSES MWCM Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a sponsor of continuing education in podiatric medicine. Modern Wound Care Management 333 South State Street, Suite V324 Lake Oswego, OR 97034 The IAHB designates this live avtivity for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. “After being at other wound care meetings, MWCM was the first educational expericence on wound care where I truly felt involved and connected.” This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Polices of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior (IAHB) and Well Assembled Meetings. The IAHB is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. MWCM Modern Wound Care Management 866-924-7929 ACCREDITATION www.modernwound.com www.modernwound.com Make sure you mention “MWCM Conference” when making your reservations. PODIATRIST “WOUND CARE WITH A MISSION” “MWCM is different than other wound care meetings. Not only does it focus on wound care, but education from other specialties that perform procedures outside the wound center that are critical to healing.” RENAISSANCE SEATTLE HOTEL 515 Madison Street Seattle, WA 98104 206-583-0300 Guest Room Rate $209 Discounted Deadline: May 14th, 2015 PORTLAND, OR P R S R T S T D U S P O S TAG E PA I D ACCOMMODATIONS Seattle, WA 5-7 JUNE 2015 Directed by: Robert McLafferty, MD Chief of Surgery, VA Medical Center, Portland, OR Professor of Vascular Surgery Oregon Health Sciences University Friday, June 5, 2015 6:30am 7:30 7:35 Registration & Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall Welcome and Introduction Patient Story: “My life with diabetes and ulcers” I. Foundations of Modern Wound Care Management? 7:50 Defining the epidemiology of chronic wounds and its impact on quality of life 8:10 Evolution of wound care: where it’s been, is, and needs to go 8:30 Update on educational opportunities in wound care 8:50 Implications of macro and microvascular disease in chronic wounds 9:10 How to better integrate your wound care practice into the community, heal patients, increase referrals, and make a difference 9:30 Panel Discussion with questions/answers 10:00 Break/ Visit the Exhibits 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 12:00 12:15 II. Modern Wound Care Management: Part I Prevention and early treatment of pressure ulcers Modern surgical options for sacral decubitus ulcers Optimizing the best bandages for the worst wounds Assessing nutritional status and tips in making improvements Key Note: Defining and maximizing palliative care for wounds that just will not heal? Panel Discussion with questions/answers Healogics Lunch Symposium How a wound specialist-led team can drive improved quality and outcome Simultaneous Breakout Workshop Sessions (rotating workshops Concurrent 40min each 1:00 – 3:00) Total Contact Casting Compression and the Soft Contact Cast Understanding & Performing Basic Vascular Lab Tests in the Wound Center 3:00 Break - Visit the Exhibits 3:30pm 3:45 4:00 4:15 4:30 5:00 III. * Attendees have the opportunity to donate towards the purchase of a pair of custom made shoes at the time of registration & on-site at the conference. * MWCM is hosting a fun 5K Fun Run/Walk during the conference to raise additional awareness of the ADA cause. * Conference will open & close with a diabetic patient sharing their story & reminding us again of the importance of continuing our education & helping others. * This is a truly unique opportunity to be a part of something special. Modern Wound Care Management Saturday, June 6, 2015 6:30am 7:00am IF THE SHOE FITS…DONATE IT! American Diabetes Association 5K Fun Run/Walk Fundraiser Registration & Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall 8:00am 8:20 8:35 8:50 9:05 9:35 10:00 Lower Extremity Venous Wounds Understanding the macro- & micro-pathophysiology of the venous stasis ulcer Optimizing evaluation and diagnostic testing for the venous leg ulcer: What tests do I really need? Understanding the physiology of compression and how to apply to the best options for patients. Modern endovascular and open procedures to heal venous stasis ulcers “The Devil Wears Compression” Case Presentation #1 “Forest Goop” Case Presentation #2 5:30pm Welcome Reception “If the Shoe Fits...SING IT” Donate to our cause and you may karaoke to your favorite “Shoe” songs! www.modernwound.com toll free 866-924-7929 direct 503-635-4761 Target Audience Physicians, Podiatrists, Nurses, PT’s, Technicians and other health care providers in advanced wound healing modalities. “WOUND CME WITH A MISSION” IV. Lower Extremity Diabetic Wounds, Part I Optimal surgical treatment for acute diabetic foot problems Optimal surgical treatment for common chronic diabetic foot problems Modern off-loading & total contact casting: techniques, tips, & track records Understanding the costs of diabetic foot wounds & the benefits of prevention “Raising Air in Zones, Yeah!” Case Presentation #3 “Debriders of the Lost Art” Case Presentation #4 Break/ Visit the Exhibits V. Lower Extremity Diabetic Wounds: Part II 10:30 Skin substitutes & other ancillary treatments to heal the diabetic foot ulcer 10:45 Understanding the evidence of hyperbaric oxygen treatment to optimize patient selection & healing of a diabetic foot ulcer 11:00 The art of minor amputations and how to assure a great outcome 11:15 “Fifty Shades of Red...” Case Presentation #5 Panel Discussion with questions/answers 11:45 “Apocalypse Wound” #6 Panel Discussion with questions/answers 12:15 Lunch Symposium and Visit the Exhibits VI. Lower Extremity Arterial Wounds: Part I 1:00 Optimizing evaluation & diagnostic testing for wounds from LE arterial ischemia 1:15 Understanding the benefits of major amputation and optimizing outcomes of major amputation for chronic wound problems 1:30 When I can’t do a stent or bypass any more for ischemic ulcer, what are my other options to heal the wound? 1:45 “The 40 Year-Old Ulcer” Case Presentation #7 Panel Discussion with questions/answers 2:15 Workshop: Novel Techniques in Wound Debridement 3:00 Break/ Visit the Exhibits VII. Lower Extremity Arterial Wounds 3:30 Is this really cellulitis with a chronic wound: When to treat and the implications of overtreatment. 3:45 Keys to putting together a multidisciplinary limb salvage program 4:00 “When Scary Met Wacky” Case presentation #8 Panel Discussion with questions/answers 4:30 “Return of the Wet-Dry” Case presentation #9 Panel Discussion with questions/answers 7:00 Sunday, June 7, 2015 8:00 9:20 9:35 9:50 10:05 10:35 11:20 I. Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall Modern Wound Care Management III Understanding biofilms in chronic wounds & strategies to eradicate them Wound Imaging Techniques: Past, Present and Future What is new in negative pressure wound therapy? How to best optimize flow and efficiency in a wound care center Break/ Visit the Exhibits Special panel discussion with attendee participation: Optimizing patient-centered care in a wound care center Raffle (must be present to win!) www.modernwound.com CONFERENCE DIRECTOR www.modernwound.com www.modernwound.com Schedule www.modernwound.com MWCM If the Shoe Fits...DONATE IT! MWCM REGISTRATION FEES Robert McLafferty, MD Chief of Surgery, VA Medical Center, Portland, OR FACULTY Physicians $495 Non-Phys $295 Nurses $99 Oscar Alvarez, PhD Calvary Hospital, New York Medical College, New York, NY www.modernwound.com Charles Anderson, MD Chief of Vascular Surgery, Madigan Army Medical Center Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Washington Chief Vascular & Endovascular Surgery Service, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Medical Director of Wound Care Clinic, Clinical Professor, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Tacoma, WA Amir Azarbal, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR 866-924-7929 to register Refund Policy: All registration fees include a non-refundable administrative charge of $50. Desmond Bell, DPM, CSW First Coast Cardiovascular Institute, Jacksonville, FL Helen Christians, OT Legacy Medical Group, Portland, OR Timothy A. Dernbach, MD, FACS Cardiac Surgery Specialist Medical Director, St. Vincent Healthcare Wound Healing Center Billings, MT Joseph Fiorito, DPM Co-Director of Limb Preservation Services Teaching Associate, University of Washington Department of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Seattle, WA Kanishka Garvin, MD Attending Physician, Department of Infectious Diseases Chair Infection Control Committee Dept. of Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Healthcare System, Seattle, WA Enoch T. Huang, MD Medical Director, Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Adventist Medical Center Affiliate Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR Kari A. Keys, MD Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery, University of Washington Seattle, WA MWCM Modern Wound Care Management Learning Objectives Educational Objectives: Upon completion, participants can expect to: *Utilize comprehensive strategies for maximizing limb salvage in patients with high risk chronic wounds. Jessica Pierce, MD *Understand current methods of noninvasive diagnosis of patients for arterial and venous insufficiency. Barbara Roark, RN Providence Health & Services, Newberg, OR *Describe the options and protocols for effective offloading to reduce pressure on diabetic foot ulcers. Elizabeth Phillips, FNP Legacy Medical Group, Portland, OR Medical Director of Limb Preservation & Wound Care Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA Raheela Sadiq, MD Medical Director Franciscan Wound Care Center, Tacoma, WA Valerie Schade, DPM Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA Niten Singh, MD Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Harborview Medical Center University of Washington, Seattle, WA *Implement methods to revascularize limbs with wounds related to peripheral arterial disease. *Describe the risks associated with hyperbaric treatment and protocols for prevention of HBO associated complications.
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