HOAG MEMORIAL HOSPITAL PRESBYTERIAN 10TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE Embracing Excellence in Oncology Nursing Practice FEBRUARY 20 - 21, 2015 WESTIN SOUTH COAST PLAZA HOTEL COSTA MESA, CA This program made possible by a generous donation to the Hoag Hospital Foundation from Circle 1000 Conference Overview This conference is designed to address practical issues and clinical challenges that oncology nurses face each day. Hoag’s 10th Annual Oncology Nurses Conference “Embracing Excellence in Oncology Nursing Practice” is designed for nurses dedicated to the field of oncology who practice in settings across the continuum of care. During this two day conference, attendees will benefit from an intimate learning environment in which prominent faculty will present the latest in oncology care and provide practical strategies and tools to improve nursing practice and patient outcomes. In addition to offering strong clinical content from leading experts, the conference will provide the necessary context to integrate information into practice to improve the quality of life of the patient. Don’t miss this opportunity to interact and network with other oncology colleagues while earning continuing education credits. CEU Accreditation & Credit Designation This conference has been approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, with provider number 00146, for a total of seventeen (17.0) contact hours (9.0 for Friday, 8.0 for Saturday), of continuing education credit for R.N.s. Who Should Attend This conference is intended for oncology and radiation oncology nurses. Pharmacists as well as others with an interest in recent advances in the treatment of solid tumors are welcome to attend. Students enrolled in a registered nursing program who have interest in oncology are invited to attend in this program. Program Venue & Overnight Accommodations All sessions will be held at the Westin South Coast Plaza Hotel located at 686 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa 92626. If you require a sleeping room please call the hotel at 714-662-6653 and ask for the Hoag Embracing Excellence in Oncology rate. Rates subject to availability. Online reservations available at: https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/HoagHospitalOncologyNursingConference Self-Parking is available at $10.00 per car, per day. Valet parking is available at $16.00 per car, per day. Educational Objectives Describe three qualities of a good critical thinker and how critical thinking is interwoven in the nursing process and how to apply two critical thinking skills to your daily patient care as it relates to treatment induced rashes. Identify new drugs that have been FDA approved for cancer treatment in 2014 and recognize how new drugs are given generic names. Identify how to gain information about new drugs based on the generic naming system. Provide an overview of management strategies for pancreatic and hepatobilliary surgical treatment. Compare the functionality and indications of the various vascular access devices. Explain the evidence related to insertion and maintenance practice recommendations for the prevention of complications including CLABSIs and list three vascular access device complications and explain the interventions and troubleshooting of these complications. Provide an overview of basic principles and case studies to aide in the learning process of palliative care and survivorship. Identify three common chemotherapy regimens used concurrently with radiation treatment, as well as explain three expected side effects of a pelvic radiation treatment plan, and describe three nursing interventions recommended for patients undergoing head and neck radiation treatment. Describe the sexual changes experienced after treatment of the most common cancers. Highlight interventions that may be helpful for these changes and provide tools for the assessment of sexual health in men and women with cancer. Describe the current health care reform and how it affects patients and health care providers. Review treatment strategies and options for people with metastatic breast cancer. Recognize the significant heterogeneity of sarcoma subtypes and have a basic understanding of a few of the more common subtypes (e.g. liposarcoma). Describe the basic treatment options available to patients – surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and recognize when to refer patients to specialist centers. Articulate the evolving role of palliative care as well as describe the benefits of early palliative care integration in oncology and explain how earlier integration leads to more efficient and cost-effective care. Describe the different adverse effects of immunotherapy, BRAF inhibitors, and MED inhibitors and explain the management interventions for adverse effects. Define systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS), sepsis, severe sepsis, and septic shock. Understand pathophysiology of sepsis and learn how to use sepsis screening tool and describe the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Treatment Bundle and early goal directed therapy of sepsis. Describe the current standard of care for diagnosis and management of infection in patients with cancer. Describe how oncologic therapies may be modified in the presence of pre-existing cardiac comorbidities. Define essential assessment skills needed for management of patients with cardiac comorbidities or cardiac toxicities of cancer treatment and outline prevention and management strategies for patients experiencing cancer therapy cardiac toxicity. Describe indications for hematopoietic cell transplantation, discuss the selection of the type of transplant and describe two key principles of caring for a patient with Graft Versus Host Disease. Offer nurses takeaways of the cancer patient experience to help better equip them to care for their patients, deliver information to health care professionals to change their perceptions of the oncology patient experience: pre-treatment, during treatment and post-treatment, and empower oncology nurses with a deeper understanding of oncology patients’ perspectives to help them gain greater compassion for their patients. Program Directors Carolyn Rondou, MSN, RN, OCN Director of Inpatient Oncology Hoag Family Cancer Institute Candice Rogers, BSN, RN, OCN Charge Nurse, Inpatient Oncology Unit Hoag Family Cancer Institute Jessica Kozuki, AOCNP, NP-C, AOCNS Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist Hoag Family Cancer Institute Program Volunteer: Phillis Kucharski, MSN, RN, OCN Professor of Nursing, Saddleback College Faculty Greg R. Angstreich, MD Hoag Family Cancer Institute Clinical Professor of Medicine Keck Medicine of USC USC Norris Cancer Center Peter Bjerkerot, BSN, RN, OCN Private Nurse Consultant BoyRN Robert Braithwaite President and CEO Hoag Hospital Grace Cherry, RN, MSN Melanoma Nurse Practitioner UCLA Oncology Clinic Bartosz Chmielowski, MD, PhD Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Hematology/Oncology UCLA Medical Center Kristyn Fazzalaro, LCSW, ACHP-SW CARES Program Hoag Hospital Rhonda Hjelm MSN, RN, OCN Cancer Nurse Navigator Hoag Family Cancer Institute Ann Katz, PhD, RN, FAAN AASECT-certification as a sexuality counselor Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Nursing University of Manitoba Theresa Knoop, MSN, RN, AOCN Assistant Director Clinical Trails Shared Resource Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center Christine Magnus-Moore, RN, BSN Nurse, Author and Blogger Ronald B. Natale, MD Medical Director Clinical Lung Cancer Program Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Vincent D. Nguyen, DO, CMD Director, CARES Program Hoag Hospital MiKaela M. Olsen, MS, APRN-CNS, AOCNS® Oncology and Hematology Clinical Nurse Specialist Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Brenda K. Shelton DNP, RN, CCRN, AOCN Clinical Nurse Specialist Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Maria Stapfer, MD Liver, Pancreas, Bile Duct & Doudenum Surgeon Hoag-USC Digestive Disease Center D. Kathryn Tierney, RN, PhD Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist Stanford University Medical Center William Tseng, MD Hoag Family Cancer Institute Assistant Professor of Surgery University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine Laura Zitella, MS, RN, ACNPBC, AOCN Lead Advanced Practice Provider/Nurse Practitioner Inpatient Hematology/Oncology Stanford Health Care Program Agenda DAY ONE – FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2015 6:45 – 7:30 AM Registration and Breakfast 7:30 – 7:45 AM Welcome Carolyn Rondou, MSN, RN, OCN 7:45 – 8:45 AM Critical Thinking in Oncology Nursing Peter Bjerkerot, BSN, RN, OCN 8:45 – 9:35 AM Pancreatic & Hepatobiliary Surgical Treatment Maria Stapfer, MD 9:35 – 10 AM Break and Exhibits 10 – 11 AM Palliative Care and Survivorship Kristyn Fazzalaro, LCSW, ACHP-SW 11 – 11:50 AM Oncology Nursing Care for Patients Undergoing Concurrent Chemotherapy and Radiation Treatment Rhonda Hjelm MSN, RN, OCN 11:50 a.m. – 12:50 PM Cancer and Sexuality – Loving in the New Normal Ann Katz, PhD, RN, FAAN 12:50 – 1:35 PM Luncheon and Exhibits 1:35 – 2:25 PM Health Care Reform and Oncology Robert Braithwaite 2:25 – 3:15 PM Metastatic Breast Cancer Treatment Options Greg R. Angstreich, MD 3:15 – 3:45 PM Break and Exhibits 3:45 – 4:40 PM Sarcoma: Multidisciplinary Care William Tseng, MD 4:40 – 5:40 PM Beyond Myth: Clinical Evidence in Palliative Care Vincent D. Nguyen, DO, CMD 5:40 – 5:50 PM Questions and Answers / Conclusion 6:30 – 8 PM Dinner Meeting “Understanding Multiple Myeloma” Tina Maluso NP The Capital Grille 3333 Bristol St., Costa Mesa, CA Sponsored by Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company *Seating limited. RSVP required. RSVP: Heather Bogard [email protected] Location All sessions will be held at the Westin South Coast Plaza Hotel located at 686 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa 92626. If you require a sleeping room please call the hotel at 714-540-2500. Self-Parking is available at $10.00 per car, per day. Valet parking is available at $16.00 per car, per day. Speaker times subject to change SPACE IS LIMITED – REGISTER TODAY! Embracing Excellence in Oncology Nursing Practice Friday Registration: $185.00 Saturday Registration: $185.00 Two Day Registration: $275.00 R.N. Student Fees: $30.00/day. This applies to R.N. Student’s who do not hold an R.N. license from the Board of Registered Nurses (B.R.N.) St. Joseph Health Care Affiliates Friday Registration: $92.50 Saturday Registration: $92.50 Two-Day Registration: $137.50 Hoag Nurses can register via Hoag University through February 13. Please submit your registration $25 deposit by sending the completed credit card information below or a personal check to: Conference Planning in Hoag Corporate Communications, 500 Superior Ave, Suite 360, Newport Beach, CA 92663. Please, DO NOT GIVE YOUR CHECK TO HOAG’S NURSING EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. Your seat will not be confirmed until Conference Planning receives your deposit. Registration available online at www.hoag.org/events. Or register by completing the registration card below and mail with complete credit card information or check payable to: Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, Hoag Events, 500 Superior Ave, Suite 360, Newport Beach, CA 92663. Or Fax to: 949-764-5820 or call: 800-400-4624 Conference fee includes conference tuition, syllabus, continental breakfast and lunch FIRST NAME LAST NAME JOB TITLE LICENSE # (REQUIRED) INSTITUTION UNIT OR SPECIALTY HOME MAILING ADDRESS CITY STATEZIP PHONE FAX EMAIL Payment C heck (payable to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian) Please mail form and check to address listed above Visa MasterCard American Express Discover CREDIT CARD NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE NAME (AS IT APPEARS ON CARD) SIGNATURE Upon receipt of registration – a map and confirmation will be sent. Please contact us at [email protected] if you do not get a confirmation emailed to your email stated above. Cancellations Written cancellations will be accepted until February 17, 2015. No refunds will be given for cancellations after February 17, 2015. No refunds will be given for no-shows.
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