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SYSTEMS CHECK! ENABC Emergency Nursing Conference 2017

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Royal Inland Hospital: Ken Lepin Theatre & Rae Fawcett Sim Centre

311 Columbia Street

Kamloops, BC V2C 2T1

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BC's EMERGENCY NURSING CONFERENCE 2017

Friday September 15, 2017

  • 0800-1200: ACLS re-certification

  • 1300-1600: Simulation Sessions: Adult and Pediatric high-fidelity SIMS ran by experts from across BC

  • 1600-1700: ENABC AGM

  • 1800-2200: Meet & Greet Social @ The Noble Pig Brewery in Kamloops, BC

Saturday September 16, 2017

  • 0830-1630 - KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Monique McLaughlin, Dr Grant Innes & Sherry Stackhouse & Jan Calnan.

  • Featuring local talents: Kirsten McLaughlin, Chris Maki, Lisa Whitman, Sherri Morrish & Chelsea Holmes. Emergency, Pediatric ED and Palliative experts from various Provincial Hospitals & Universities.

  • Key topics to include: Chest pain at triage, Forensics, ECMO in the ED, Vents 101, Pediatric Respiratory & Neonatal red flags, Advanced care planning, Towards Culturally Safe Care of LGBTQ2S+ Clients, Sepsis, Delayed vs Rapid Sequence Intubation. Numerous hands on simulation sessions with high-fidelity mock codes.


Saturday Breakout Sessions

Choose 1 morning breakout & 1 afternoon breakout session in ticket area

Space is limited so register early to avoid disappointment!


AM Breakout Session # 1

EtC02, Ventilation versus Oxygenation, ABG's and Optiflow/BiPAP)

Christopher Maki, RRT Clinical Resource Therapist - Respiratory Therapy

AM Breakout Session # 2

Acronym soup: Defining ACP, SDM, DNR, MOST (Palliative Care)

This session will briefly review provincial laws related to Advance Care Plans, Substitute Decision Makers, plus explore various do not resuscitate (DNR) forms. It will cover what nurses need to know in relation to the law and how the law and families can affect/ do not affect what interventions are offered/ or not offered to patients. This includes why ‘comfort measure’ patients are transferred to ED from residential care or home.

Nicole Wikjord, MSN, RN, CHPCN (C) Clincal Nurse Specialist


AM Breakout Session # 3

Pediatric Trauma: The latest advances & transport considerations

Cristina Follador, MN, RN, BSN. BC Children’s ER, Langara Instructor, ENPC Instructor.


AM Breakout Session # 4

Delayed vs Rapid Sequence Intubation: Where are we now?

Ellison Chung, RN, BScN, BCIT ER Specialty Certified - SMH ER & BCIT ER Instructor & Lauren Celina, RN, BScN, BCIT ER Speciality Certified - SMH ER & BCIT ER Instructor

PM Breakout Session # 1

Pediatric Respiratory Red flags. Recognizing subtle slgns of decompensation

This session will review the signs and symptoms of respiratory differences in pediatric patients and tips to recognize when they are starting to crash. Common pediatric respiratory illnesses and the lastest evidence will be discussed with hands on practise available.

Julie Bomba, RN, BSN. Patient Care Coordinator SMH Pediatric ER, ENPC Instructor


PM Breakout Session # 2 (repeat session)

EtC02, Ventilation versus Oxygenation, ABG's and Optiflow/BiPAP)

Christopher Maki, RRT Clinical Resource Therapist - Respiratory Therapy

PM Breakout Session # 3

Mental Health in the ED: Assessments, Best care practice

Kelsey Landsburg, RPN & Pam Devick, RPN, Interior Health

PM Breakout Session # 4

Don't call the code yet: ED ECMO

The rise in extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) use in Emergency Departments has changed the way we manage our critically ill patients. This talk will focus on introducing what all ED nurses, rural and urban, need to know about ECMO.

Allan Lai, BSN, RN, ENCC. VGH ED, VCH/BCIT Instructor & Rob Paquin, MSc (c), RN, PCP.


PM Breakout Session # 5

Codes: Importance of communication & SIM practise

Sarah Hyatt, RN, BScN, BCIT Neonatal Speciality Certified, SMH Peds ER Clinical Nurse Educator & Lisa Ewart, RN, BSN. Clinical Nurse Educator SMH Simulation team.

PM Breakout Session # 6

Towards Culturally Safe Care of LGBTQ2S+ Clients

Kirstin McLaughlin, RN BScN (Hons.) MPH
What does it mean to be culturally safe? When using this term with students, how are we defining “culture?” “Towards Culturally Safe Care of LGBTQ2S+ Clients” seeks to explore the history of this unique population within Canada; provide a safe space in which to deconstruct participant’s beliefs; examine existing and evolving vocabulary used in describing the community; acknowledge persistent barriers and resulting health disparities experienced by community members; and provide practical suggestions for working with this distinct population.


FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Map for Royal Inland Hospital on this site.

Parking rates: $ 1.50 per hour, $ 6 per day.


I am from out of town and need a hotel

Conference Hotel

Sandman Signature Kamloops Hotel

RESERVATION LINE: 1-866-430-4982

Group # 101124

Name of booking: ENABC Group

225 Lorne Street

Kamloops, BC V2C 1W2

  • Please provide Group # at time of reservation to receive a discounted rate. CAA/BCAA rates also accepted


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Julie Bomba: julie.bomba@fraserhealth.ca

What's the refund policy?

Entry fee is Non-refundable


Ticket Price includes:

  • Conference fee

  • Friday snacks and refreshments

  • Saturday Lunch, snacks and refreshments

  • Friday SIM session, ACLS & Friday night Social Additional Cost - Please purchase these optional sessions in Ticket area

  • Saturday Conference Fee must be paid to attend Saturday Breakout sessions

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Royal Inland Hospital: Ken Lepin Theatre & Rae Fawcett Sim Centre

311 Columbia Street

Kamloops, BC V2C 2T1

Canada

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