SUMMER SYMPOSIUM FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 2017


AGENDA


​7:30 - 8:00                 Registration

                                   Lite Breakfast Provided by Vikki Mullins, Marketing Director

                                   Somerby at St. Vincent's 119


8:00 - 9:00 am          Fingertip and Ring Avulsions (Separation and Detachment)                                                                         Dr. Michael Smith, Staff Physician, Orthopedic Surgeon                                                                               SouthlakeOrthopedics

9:00 - 10:00 am        Modern Treatment of Venous Disease                                                                                                             Dr. James Isobe, Medical Director 

                                  Brookwood Baptist Vein Center

10:00 - 10:15 am       Break

 10:15 - 11:15 am      Stroke: Knowledge for the Healthcare Provider                                                                                               Lynn Phifer, RN Education Director                                                                       Lakeshore Health & Rehabilitation Hospital

 11:15 - 12:15 pm      Safety, Balance and Transfers from a PT Perspective
                                   Karlie L. Brantley, PT, DPT, NCS, BA, Inpatient Physical Therapy Manager                                                  Lakeshore Health & Rehabilitation Hospital

 12:15 -12:45 pm       LUNCH                                                                      

                                  Provided by Vikki Mullins, Marketing  Director    

                                  Somerby at St. Vincent's 119

12:45 - 1:45 pm        Oral Health in Patient Care                                                                                                                                
Tricia Keith, Dental Hygienist                                                                                                     UAB Dental Private Practice


1:45 - 2:45 pm          Do You Really Understand Your Aging Parents?                                          

                                  Cynthia Watts, BA, Owner of Watts Management Solutions,                                               Life and Work Coach

2:45 - 3:00 pm          BREAK

3:00 - 4:00 pm          Diabetes Management                                                                                                                                       Dr. Shani Lampley, Primary Care Physician                                                                                                      Brookwood Baptist Hospital

4:00 - 5:00                Ethics in Healthcare and Advanced Directives                      

                                  Mary Bogan, LSBW, Case Manager                                                      

                                  Grandview Medical Center


5:00 PM                    Collection of Signed Evaluations & Awarding of Certificates.

                                  Certificates will be awarded for hours attended.  $10 fee for duplicate copies.


CONTACT HOURS:

Nurses: 9.6 ABNP1246 expires 1-21-2019

Social Workers: 8.0 AEBW #0100 expires 8-31-2017

Nursing Home Administrators: 8.0

Occupation Therapist/Assistants: 8.0

Physical Therapists/Assistants: 8.0 (Attendance to be determined by therapist)

Respiratory Therapists 8.0 (Attendance to be determined by therapist)

​Speech, Language, Speech,and Linguistics: pending approval

Assisted Living Administrators: pending approval


REGISTRATION

FEE: $75


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Questions/Concerns: Carlette C. Smith, RN, NHA, MA, BSN, BA

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About the Speakers

​​​ Michael D. Smith.  Orthopedic Surgeon, Southlake Orthopedics, is a graduate of Harvard Medical School in Boston,  Massachusetts, completed his Residency in Orthopedic Surgery at Emory University in Atlanta, and his Fellowship in Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery at Harvard University.  He is a Surgical Physician at Southlake Orthopedics in Birmingham, Alabama. While at Harvard, he mentored and taught Medical Students and Clinical Nurse Therapists. He completed his Bachelors at Auburn University in Biomedical Sciences and Spanish.

 Fingertip Injuries and Ring  Avulsions

Objectives: At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of :

**The diagnosis and treatment of nail bed injuries **Ring avulsion injuries (separation or detachment) and prevention strategies **Follow-up treatment and therapy, if needed.

 

 Dr. James Isobe, Medical Director of Brookwood Baptist Vein Center. He is a graduate of University of Iowa School of Medicine, with his undergraduate training at Duke University. His specialty at Brookwood is the treatment of Venous Disease.  He does hands-on instruction of venous disease at Brookwood and taught residents on Vascular/Vein treatment at   Princeton.

 Modern Treatment of Venous Disease

 Objectives:  At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of: 

   **Anatomy of Leg Veins  **Pathology of Venous system: ^^Reflux, ^^Risk factors ^^Signs/symptoms ^^Classification.  **Treatment Methods: ^^Technique ^^Outcome.


Lynn Phifer, RN, BSN, MPA, CRRN, Education Director, Lakeshore Health and Rehabilitation Hospital. Lynn earned her MPA at Troy State University, Troy, Alabama and BSN at Trenton state College in Trenton, New Jersey. Lynn is licensed to practice nursing in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, and New Jersey. She is a BSLS and ACLS Provider and Instructor, Certified in Crisis Prevention (CPI) and Chief Nurse for the Olympic Village in Atlanta, Georgia in 1996. Membership Affiliations include: U.S. Army Reserve Nurse Corps (honorable Discharge), Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN), Alabama Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (AARN), Emergency Nurses association (ENA), and Sigma Theta Tau.

 Stroke: Knowledge for Healthcare Providers

 Objectives:  At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of:

**How to identify the two major types of stroke: Ischemic and Hemorrhagic ** How to distinguish between right sided CVA versus left sided CVA **How to identify risk factors that are not preventable and those that are preventable and know how to teach the preventable risk factors to the patient.


​​Karlie L. Brantley, PT, DPT, NCS, BA, Inpatient Physical Therapy manager, Lakeshore Health and Rehabilitation Hospital. Karlie earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at University of Alabama at Birmingham and Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science at Willamette University. She is currently Interim Clinical Coordinator of Clinical Education (CCCE) in Neuro Rehabilitation, one of six Neurological Certified Specialist in Alabama, and assists with corporate events in HR Recruiting at UAB and Emory job fairs, and liaison CEU events. Karlie has been a speaker for Human Resource Options since 2011.   She has previously worked as Professor in the Physical Therapy Aide (non-degree) program at Jefferson State College.

Safety, Balance and Transfers from a Physical Therapy Perspective   

Objectives: At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of;  **How to safely help patients to stand pivot, modified pivot, lateral scoot, use of sliding board. **Understand the steps of a Hoyer (mechanical lift, how to correctly transfer to wheelchair for proper sitting position. **Have knowledge of the Berg balance Assessment Tool, applicable population, score interpretation and evaluate, if this can work in their workplace, **Will write how they are committed to improving patient safety in their workplace based upon what was learned today.

Tricia Keith, Registered Dental Hygienist, The UAB Dental Group Private Practice.

Tricia has seventeen years of experience in Dentistry.    She has been employed in hospitals, nursing homes and other long term care facilities.  Over ten years as Recreational Therapist where she utilized the best practices to improve the overall quality of life for her patients. Her experience has given her an understanding of people who suffer with chronic illness and how it affects their individual lives.

Oral Health in Patient Care

Objectives:   At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of:

 **Understanding the relationship between oral health and the systemic system  **Identify the dental needs of individual patients within different healthcare settings **Recognize and implement strategies that address the oral healthcare needs of individual patients with diverse medical conditions  **  Self-care habits for the healthcare provider **To gain a greater understanding of our patient’s oral health care and how to improve their overall health and well- being. 


Cynthia Watts, BA, Owner, Watts Management Solutions, Life and Work Coach.  Cynthia is a graduate of Samford University with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources and is a Certified Life Coach.  Cynthia has a vast knowledge in her work history as Quality Manager (University of Florida College of Pharmacy), Senior Consultant Speaker, and Corporate Trainer (Watts Management Solutions). Cynthia presents corporate, business, educational, church, and private seminars.  She is a speaker for three plus years for Human Resource Options, and at each in the participant’s evaluation, they ask that she return for every class!!!

“Do You Really Understand Your Aging Parents?”

Objectives:  At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of:

 ***Identifying the characteristics of Aging **Five ways to be more sensitive and caring for the older patient,


Dr. Shani Lampley, Primary Care Physician, Brook wood Baptist Hospital. Graduate of Meharry Medical College School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee, Residency at University of South Alabama Systems, Mobile, Alabama.

Diabetes Management

Objectives:  At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of:

**Types of Diabetes  **Treatment and Medications **Lifestyle Modifications


Mary Bogan, LBSW, Case Manager, Grandview Medical Center. A University of Alabama at Birmingham graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work.  Mary has worked at Grandview Medical Center) previously trinity Medical Center for over 16 years. She worked at Beverly Health Center as Social Worker Director and Dementia Coordinator prior to coming to Grandview.  Mary trained under Dr. Richard Powers at University of Alabama Dementia Training and Behavior Health in Behavioral Direction and Elopement Redirection.

 Ethics in Healthcare and Advanced Directives

Objectives  At the completion of this presentation, participants will have knowledge of:

**Definition of ethics in the workplace **Definition of Ageism




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