2021 APRN Pharmacology & Clinical Update – Virtual





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Pharmacology and treatment are the content focus of various specialty tracks including Acute Care, Pediatrics, Women’s Health, Primary Care, Gerontology, and Psychiatry. Further information regarding each session, speakers, and the number of contact hours (and pharmacology credit) awarded for each will be available in the coming weeks on the conference website, but you don’t have to wait to register! There is no requirement this year to choose breakout sessions when registering. Can’t decide which session to choose? Simply register for the days you plan to attend, and pick your sessions the day of the conference. 

Thursday, April 15Friday, April 16
Plenary Sessions:Plenary Sessions:
• Advancing Evidence-based Practice and Clinician
Well-being to Achieve Healthcare’s Quadruple Aim:
Strategies that Work! – Thursday Morning
• COVID Vaccines: Balancing Risks, Benefits,
Good Science and Decisions – Thursday Afternoon
• Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Wisconsin for
Advanced Practice Nursing – Friday Morning
• Impact of COVID on Mental Health/Mental Health
Services – Friday Afternoon
Breakout SessionsBreakout Sessions
• Management of Neonatal Seizures
• Appropriate Opioid Prescribing and Opioid Discontinuation in the
Wake of America’s Opioid Epidemic (2-part session)
• Obesity in Women, Practical Application and Case Studies
(2-part session)
• The “So What” Outcome Factor in Research and EBP Projects:
A Necessity to Speed the Translation of Research into Practice
• Pharmacologic Management of Thyroid Disease in Pediatrics
• Contraceptives for Teens and Young Adults
• Decompensated Cirrhosis
• Heart Failure in Primary Care, Practice and Management
• Geriatric Medicine Management Pearls
• Multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome in Children: 2021 Update
• Vaginal Health
• Diagnosis and Management of Hyponatremia
• Diabetes Management in the Geriatric and Chronically
Ill Population
• Substance Use Disorder and Healthcare Professionals
• Wound Care: Diabetic Foot, Venous Stasis and Pressure Ulcers
• Treatment of Acne Vulgaris
• Community Crisis, Community Response. An independent, rural
health system’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Precision Medication Management: The Fusion of Art and Science
in Medication Selection
• Management of Pediatric Hypertension
• Adult Vaccination Update 2021: Taking a Shot at Protecting Your
Adult Patients
• Well Cultured – Applying Infectious Disease Principles to Clinical Practice
• Dementia Management – Early Diagnosis and Medications
• CBD: A Pharmacist’s Perspective
• Treatment of Functional Constipation
• Menopausal Evaluation and Treatment
• Elevated Triponin
• Lipid Updates
• Alcohol Abuse Disorder
• Headaches and Medication Overuse in Pediatrics
• Incontinence Evaluation and Treatment
• Anticoagulation and Anticoagulopathies

The 2021 Conference offers participants up to 15 contact hours, many of which have been designated as ‘pharmacology’ content. Participants must complete the online evaluation for each session attended by May 2, 2021 to earn the contact hours and generate a Certificate of Completion. 

The 35th Annual APRN Pharmacology & Clinical Update is provided by the Wisconsin Nurses Association. Wisconsin Nurses Association is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation 

 WNA MemberNon-Member
Two-Day Attendance$210$260
Single-Day Attendance$130$165

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