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2018 Wisconsin Dialysis Symposium

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Crowne Plaza Hotel - Madison

4402 East Washington Avenue

Madison, WI 53704

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The WISCONSIN DIALYSIS SYMPOSIUM is an annual, day-long continuing education program coordinated by the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin in collaboration with other nephrology and dialysis related professional organizations.

Attendees may earn up to 7.00 credits of continuing education credits which are available for social workers, nurses, patient care technicians and dietitians. Full time students studying for a healthcare training career at a technical school or university are also encouraged to attend at a reduced registration cost.

Session Titles and Speakers

7:45am - Keynote: Four Love Stories
Walter F. Piering, MD, FACP, Professor of Medicine
Division of Nephrology, Medical College of Wisconsin

9:15am WORKSHOPS
AM #1 HD Vascular Access - Recognition of Complications is a Team Sport

Allan M. Roza, MD, FACS, Professor
Department of Surgery, Division of Transplant Surgery, Medical College of Wisconsin

AM #2 Helping Patients with Chronic Conditions: Empathy, Advocacy, and Altruism
Michele (Micki) A. Hill, RN, BSN, CPN, Nurse Consultant
State of Wisconsin, Department of Health Services, Division of Public Health,
Bureau of Aging and Disability Resources, Office for Physical Disabilities and Independent Living

AM #3 Unfiltered: Navigating the Nutrition-Focused Physical Exam During Dialysis
Michelle Kozeniecki, MS, RD, CNSC, CD, Lead Clinical Dietitian, Medical ICU, Transplant ICU
Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin
Froedtert Hospital

AM #4 Survey Readiness
Marie Rose, ADN, RN, Clinical Services Specialist
DaVita Dialysis, DaVita Badgerland

10:30am WORKSHOPS

AM #5 Update: Clinical Practice Guideline for Vascular Access
Brad C. Astor, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor
Departments of Medicine and Population Health Sciences,
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Amy Marthenze, BSN, RN, Director
Aspirus Wausau Hospital Dialysis

AM #6 Mindfulness + Communication = Resilience - Strategies to Avoid Burnout
Lisa Hare, Manager
Performance Excellence Support Services, Froedtert Health

AM #7 Getting to the Heart of Malnutrition - Connecting Inflammation, Malnutrition and Cardiovascular Health in CKD5
Eileen Moore, CNSC, RD, LD, Clinical Liaison Director
Renal Products, Pentec Health

AM #8 Emergency Preparedness - Oops! I Got Caught With My Pants Down
Sandra Nommensen, BSN, RN, Clinical Manager
Fresenius Kidney Care, Janesville

AM #9 Legal Decision-Making in Wisconsin: The Roles of Power of Attorney Agents and Guardians
Jessica L. Trudell, JD, Managing Attorney
Guardianship Support Center, Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources

NOON WORKSHOPS

LUNCH #1 ETHICS SESSION: When Death Becomes Life
Joshua D. Mezrich, MD, Associate Professor
Department of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, UW Hospital and Clinics

Moderator: Erin Mathias, CISW, Outpatient Transplant Social Worker
UW Hospital and Clinics

This session may qualify for 1.0 Ethics continuing education credit

SPECIAL OFFERING*
LUNCH # 2 The Role of Parsabiv (etelcalcetide) in the Treatment of Secondary Hyperparathyroidism (HPT) in Adult Patients on Hemodialysis
Linda McCann, RD, CSR, Nephrology Nutrition Consultant
*This special offering does not qualify for continuing education credit

1:15pm WORKSHOPS

PM #1 Mindfulness + Communication = Resilience - Strategies to Avoid Burnout
Lisa Hare, Manager
Performance Excellence Support Services, Froedtert Health

PM #2 Identifying Barriers to Improve Fistula Rate
Leena M. Joshi, MD, Medical Director
St. Catherine's Kidney Center, Froedtert South

PM #3 Guidelines to Living Your Best Life
David Pritchard, Wellness Ambassador
The Mark Travel Corporation

PM #4 Catheter Reduction: How Can Social Workers and Dietitians Make a Difference?
Rod Luther, CCHT, BSE, Vascular Access Coordinator
Fresenius Kidney Care, Upper Midwest Region

PM #5 Update: Clinical Practice Guideline for Nutrition in CKD
Jennifer Bazzanella, RDN, CD, Clinical Dietitian
Fresenius Kidney Care

2:25pm WORKSHOPS

PM #6 Oral Health: What's the Connection to Your Patients' Health
Debra DeNure, BAS, RDH, Oral Health Coordinator
Public Health - Madison and Dane County

PM #7 Healthy Shelves Kidney-Friendly Food Pantry Rx: Assuring Nutritional Adequacy for Hemodialysis Patients
Lisa K. Stark, MPH, MS, RD, CD, Associate Professor, Dietetics
Mount Mary University

Jill Herz, MS, RD, FoodWIse Administrator
Waukesha County UW Extension

PM #8 Tricks of the Trade: Medication, Adherence and Intimacy
Cassandra D. Votruba, PharmD, PGY-2, Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident
UW Health Pharmacy Services

PM #9 BOUNDARIES SESSION: Boundaries and Safety - Managing Difficult Situations
Cory Carlson, MSN, RN, Inpatient Behavioral Health Supervisor
Mayo Clinic Health System - Eau Claire

Melissa Fry, MSW, NSW-C, Social Worker
Mile Bluff Medical Center, Mauston

This session may qualify for 1.0 Boundaries continuing education credit

3:35pm Keynote: Living the Transplant Experience from All Points of View
Moises A. Garcia, MD
Transplant Hepatology, Aurora Healthcare

4:35pm WRAP UP & EVALUATION

5:00pm ADJOURN

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