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2017 Wisconsin Dialysis Symposium
Thursday, November 9, 2017, Madison

2017 NW Wisconsin Dialysis Seminar
Eau Claire

What’s New in Vascular Access?
Presenter: Brent Wogahn, MD, FACS Surgeon
Evergreen Surgical, S.C., Eau Claire, WI
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Phosphorus Update
Presenter: Ann Peterson, MS RDN, Clinical Dietitian
Mayo Clinic Health System – NWWI Region
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Dry Weight: Do Patients Need to Crash to Find It?
Presenter: Dr. William Maierhofer MD, Nephrologist
Mayo Clinic Health System – NWWI Region
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Palliative Care in the Dialysis Unit
Presenter: Dr. James Deming, MD Chair- Palliative Medicine
Mayo Clinic Health System – NWWI Region
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Home Dialysis Therapies
Presenter: Nadine Rios, RN, Home Dialysis Coordinator
Mayo Clinic Health System – NWWI Region
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Can We Talk?
Presenter: Susanne (Zan) Degen, Vice President- Operations
Mayo Clinic Health System – NWWI Region
What is…CAN WE TALK?
Conflict in the workplace can be an opportunity to build relationships and enhance teamwork. During these sessions, participants will learn strategies that will positively impact patient care and build a more cohesive healthcare team in the dialysis unit.
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The Changing Climate of Care
2016 Dialysis Symposium

KEYNOTE
A Rock and a Hard Place: When Ethical Principles Collide
Rebecca Hays, MSW, APSW, Living Donor Social Worker, Independent Living Donor Advocate, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics

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MORNING WORKSHOPS 

1.  Hospitalization and Rehospitaliztion in the ESRD population. Can They Be Prevented?
Lisa Drew, DNP, MBA,RN,FNP-BC,APNP, Chief Operating Officer, Purity Dialysis Centers
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2. Implications of Elevated Potassium and Other Electrolytes in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease 
Jonathan Allan Winston, MD, Professor of Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai
 

3. Patients as Partners: Applying Brief Action Planning to Support Behavior Change
Beth A. Martin,  RPh, BSPharm, MS, PhD, Assistant Dean for Assessment, Teaching and Learning, School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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4.  Grief, Dealing with the Loss of a Patient  
Nichole Schwerman, MA, MS, LPC-IT, CT  Bereavement Coordinator/CISM Coordinator, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

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MORNING WORKSHOPS 

1. Boundaries:Strategies for Dealing with Difficult Co-Workers
Paul Gasser, MS, MFT Gundersen/St. Joseph Hospital

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2. Metabolic Acidosis in CKD
Tripti Singh, MD  Assistant Professor of Medicine  University of Wisconsin School of Medicine

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3. Kidney Disease and the Eye
Jill  M. Dillon, OD, Marshfield Clinic - Wisconsin Rapids
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4. Sleep and Health: Impact of Sleep on Patient and Caregiver
Lisa M. Cottrell, Ph.D., CBSM, Licensed Psychologist, Board Certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine, Aurora Medical Center - Grafton
 

5. Health Literacy: A Critical Link to Patient Communication and Engagement
Steven W. Sparks, MS, Health Literacy Director, Health Literacy Wisconsin
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LUNCHEON   KEYNOTE     
Creating A Culture of Safety:  Because it Really Does Matter!
Jan Deane, RN, CNN Director, Quality Improvement and Consumer Services, Midwest Kidney Network (ESRD Network 11)  
Lunch compliments of the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin
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AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS     

1. Ethics: The Age of Social Media
Paul Gasser, MS, MFT Gundersen/St. Joseph Hospital

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2. A Chairside Toolkit - Explaining Living Donation and Kidney Transplant to Dialysis Patients
Fadi Hussein, MD, Medical Director, Living Kidney Donor Program Director, Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center
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3. Influences on Appetite, Nutrient Intake and Appetite Regulation in CKD 5 Dialysis
Wai Yin Ho, MSEd,MS, RDN, LD, Renal Program Clinical Researcher, Pentec Health
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4. Sleep and Health: Impact of Sleep on Patient and Caregiver
Lisa M. Cottrell, Ph.D., CBSM, Licensed Psychologist, Board Certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine, Aurora Medical Center - Grafton
 

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS   

1. Fluid Management in CKD/ESRD  
Sana Waheed, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Division of Nephrology, Department of Medicine

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2. Patient Engagement and Chronic Disease Outcomes
Lori Cronin, DNP, RN, CNE, Clinical Associate Professor, Columbia College of Nursing

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Transitions in Care: Interacting with Ambulance Service Providers & EMS
Ashraf El-Meanawy, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of Outpatient Dialysis, Medical College of Wisconsin, Director of Inpatient Dialysis MCW Associated Hospitals
Rick D. Stenson, AAS, BS, CCEMTP Director of Business Development, MEDA-CARE AMBULANCE
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4.Foot Care and Limb Salvage in the Dialysis Patient
Shawn M. Sanicola, DPM, FACFAS,  Foot and Ankle Associates of Wisconsin
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5. Drawing on Support: Enhancing Psychosocial Patient Care through the Arts
Kelly Toltzien, MS,ATR, LPC-IT, Madison Art Therapy
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KEYNOTE   
My Commitment to Care
Jill M. Dillon, OD, Marshfield Clinic - Wisconsin Rapids

Approval Statement: This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Nephrology Nurses Association – Approver, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

The National Kidney Foundation Council of Nephrology Social Workers, Provider #1014, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. The National Kidney Foundation Council of Nephrology Social Workers maintains responsibility for the program. Certificates of attendance will be made available to all attendees.

Registered Dietitians (RD) and Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) can earn Continuing Professional Unit (CPEU) hours.


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