Assessment and Management of Skin and Soft Tissue Trauma; Alzheimer's Disease and Impact in the Workplace; The Many Faces of Advocacy in Nursing; Shock and Awe - EMG Testing in Occupational Health
Diane Olejar MSN, ANP-BC, DOT-CME; Nanette Friedman; Deborah Elliott MBA, BSN, RN; Darrick Alaimo, MD
This event offers
5.5 CEU credits
CE accredited by Northeast Multistate Division - ANA-NY is co-provider.
Join us for NYSAOHN's 2019 Conference
Nursing Advocacy in the Workplace: Helping Workers Navigate Injury and Illness for Optimum Outcomes
Our venue is the del Lago Resort and Casino in Waterloo, NY. Located right off the NYS Thruway, I-90 at exit 41, midway between Rochester and Syracuse. Del Lago opened in 2017 and features a 205 room hotel, nine dining options, a European-style spa and casino with 1,956 slots and 99 Table Games including 14 poker tables.
HOTEL ROOM RESERVATIONS (Conference Rate in Effect Only Until April 16)
To reserve a 1 king bed or 2 queen bed hotel room at the del Lago Resort & Casino rate of $110.00(plus taxes) contact the hotel directly. Phone: 315-946-1777. Ask for the PBX team. Reference the NYS Association of Occupational Health Nurses Conference on May 17. Last day to reserve a room at this rate is Tuesday, April 16, 2019.
Nursing Advocacy in the Workplace - NYSAOHN 2019 Annual Conference - Friday, May 17
Friday, May 17, 2019
Diane Olejar MSN, ANP-BC, DOT-CME Ms. Olejar is a Burn and Wound Specialist who received her Adult Nurse Practitioner from the University at Buffalo, her MSN in Burns and Trauma from the University of Cincinnati and her BSN from the University of Rochester.
1.5 CE Credits
Learn how to manage small lacerations and other wounds including use of specialized dressings. Update your knowledge on the pathophysiology of burn trauma, initial treatment and ongoing management.
Nanette Friedman, Programs and Services Project Director Alzheimer's Association, Rochester & the Finger Lakes Region and Kathy McEntire RN, CCM
1.5 CE Credits
Attendees will learn how the Alzheimer's disease process affects the brain and learn the warning signs, diagnosis, workplace impact and identify resources available to patients and families. Ms. McEntire will discuss her personal experiences living with a family member with the disease.
Deborah Elliott MBA, BSN, RN Ms. Elliott is currently the Executive Director of the Center for Nursing at the Foundation of New York State Nurses and the Executive Director of Nurses House, Inc. As a registered professional nurse, Deb’s clinical expertise is in the field of Women’s and Children’s Health, primarily Labor and Delivery. Her professional career began at a community hospital in upstate New York for which she worked for 27 years, 12 of those years in administrative positions. Since obtaining a MBA from Union Graduate College, Deb has served in various leadership positions including the Executive Director for the Maternal Infant Network of the Capital District and the Deputy Executive Officer for the New York State Nurses Association. She has directed many programs and projects, including grants provided by the New York Department of Health, New York Department of Labor, the New York Department of Education, the United Way, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Deb is also a founding partner and faculty for the Leadership Innovation Academy, LLC (LiA) which provides leadership development training courses designed for nurses. She serves on the board of the National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Data Centers as well as boards for a few local community agencies. Deb is a seasoned public speaker, educator and grants writer. She is certified in Labor Relations from Cornell University and an accredited facilitator in Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team from Wiley.
1.5 CE Credits
Attendees will learn how to integrate different forms of advocacy into their practice and personal lives.
Darrick Alaimo, MD is a Rochester NY based neurologist. Dr. Alaimo attended Yale University School of Medicine and is certified by the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine and the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology-Neurology.
1.0 CE Credit
Learn how to use EMG testing to improve evaluations of upper and lower extremity injuries and use EMG results to guide patient care.
Interested In Attending This Event?
$99.00 for in-person or virtual attendance. Last day to register is Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Last day to reserve a room at conference rate is Tuesday, April 16, 2019 (see below)
TO PAY BY PERSONAL or BANK CHECK:
Mail the completed registration form (Found in the Handouts tab above) and check in amount of $99.00, payable to NYSAOHN, to:
Karen Runeare, NYSAOHN Treasurer, 276 Great Bear Rd., Fulton, NY 13069
TO PAY BY CREDIT/DEBIT CARD THROUGH PAYPAL:
- E-mail the completed registration form (Found in the Handouts tab above) to: email@example.com
- Submit $99.00 payment to NYSAOHN's PayPal account:
HOTEL ROOM RESERVATIONS(Conference Rate in Effect Only Until April 16)
To reserve a 1 king bed or 2 queen bed room at the del Lago Resort & Casino rate of $110.00(plus taxes) contact the hotel directly. Phone: 315-946-1777. Ask for the PBX team. Reference the NYS Association of Occupational Health Nurses Conference. Last day to reserve a room at this rate is Tuesday, April 16, 2019.