APRN Pharm Conference – Evaluation Results

The following compiled results of the online evaluation completed by attendees at the 2020 Conference are for Planning Committee member viewing only. DO NOT FORWARD THESE FILES or the link to presenters – each presenter received their individual session(s) evaluation results with a thank you email from Teresa Prattke at WNA office.

Info on Registrants 2015-2016  Provides overview of demographic info on registrants, conference registration rates over the last few years. This info for 2017-2019 is at the beginning of the ‘Overall Conference Evaluation – APRN’ documents. Consider for ways to advertise conference and increase attendance in future.

The following documents give insight into the number registering for each session in 2017-2020 – consider against the topic, number of pharm contact hours offered, whether targeted needs of novice/experienced APRNs…
2017 APRN registration by breakout session – Rx amount
2018 APRN registration by breakout session – Rx amount
2019 APRN registration by breakout session – Rx amount
2020 APRN registration by breakout session – Rx amount (a good one-page list to print and mark up to see which individual session evaluations were in your ‘specialty track’)

2020 APRN Pharm Session Descriptions VIRTUAL

Overall Conference Evaluation – APRN 2017
Overall Conference Evaluation – APRN 2018 
Overall Conference Evaluation – APRN 2019
Overall Conference Evaluation – APRN 2020please review for ideas on topics/speakers/suggestions for next year’s conference.


Email Teresa Prattke at teresa@wisconsinnurses.org if you cannot open file(s) or wrong file is attached to session title.

SELF-STUDY ACTIVITIES

Welcome and Legislative Update
Virtual Poster Session

MONDAY CONFERENCE

1A – Diabetes and Prediabetes Care involving CDE in Disease Management
1B – The Neurologic Exam for the Non-Neurologist
1C – What Your ID Specialist Wishes You Knew
1D – How to Precept Virtually Anywhere

2A – Type 2 DM: Insulin Therapy
2B – Pharmacogenetics: Practical Information for Advanced Practice Providers
2C – Pain Management and Opioids: Balancing Risks and Benefits
2D – Caring for Older Adults during a Pandemic: A Panel Discussion Across Care Settings

Plenary 1 – Providing Inclusive Care for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, NonBinary and Queer+ Identities in Healthcare

3A – To Pee or Not to Pee: Management of Pediatric Voiding Dysfunction
3B – Delirium in the Hospitalized Older Adult: Top 5 Tips for the Acute Care Practitioner
3C – Building Pathways in Pain Management: Osteoarthritis and Chronic Low Back Pain
3D – Principles in the Care of Transgender Patients

4A – Current Management of Tics and Tourette Syndrome
4B – Best Practices for OB/GYN Care in Transgendered Persons
4C – The Lab Result has an “L” Next to “eGFR” – Now What?
4D – Gotta Go Right Now: Evaluation and Management of Overactive Bladder
4E – Emerging Models of Community Pharmacy Involvement in the Opioid Crisis in Wisconsin

TUESDAY CONFERENCE

KEYNOTE – Forecasting the Futures of Health Care: Imperatives and Challenges for Advanced Practitioners
Plenary 2 – COVID-19 Pharmacotherapy: Lessons Learned through Wave 1, Preparing for Wave 2, and Keys to Emerging from the Pandemic

5A – Management of Pediatric and Adolescent Migraine
5B – Primary Care Pearls of Practice for Geriatric Gynecology
5C – Acute Management of Atrial Fibrillation
5D – Is This Even Anxiety? And if it is, what do I do now?

6A – Pediatric Autonomic Dysfunction
6B – Endometriosis: The Whole Picture
6C – 2020 Update in Infectious Disease – “Hot Button Topics”
6D – Treatment of Sleep Difficulties in Older Adults with Dementia
6E – Addressing Pain in People Who Live with Psychiatric Disorders

7A – Innovation & Updates in Managing Diabetes in Pediatrics
7B – Beyond Fertility: Long Term Health Complications of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
7C – Cigarettes, E-cigarettes, and the Shifting Landscape of Nicotine Addiction
7D – COPD Management: We’ll Not Leave You Breathless
7E – Recognizing and Treating Bipolar in Older Adults

8A – Otitis Media Treatment in the 21st Century
8B – Contraceptive Innovations: What‘s New and What’s Next
8C – Navigating and Balancing Blood Viscosity for Mechanical Circulatory Device Therapy
8D – Sleep Disorders in Primary Care
8E – The Pharmacology of Depression in Youth