Hosted by Lewis County Autism Coalition Working Together in Southwest Washington Registration link. Conference flyer
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 3:00 pm PST
Lewis County Autism Coalitionconference@lcautism.org
Toxic stress responses begin to explain how significant adversity in childhood becomes biologically embedded and influences behavior, learning and health outcomes across the lifespan. In this era of significant adversity
Toxic stress responses begin to explain how significant adversity in childhood becomes biologically embedded and influences behavior, learning and health outcomes across the lifespan. In this era of significant adversity (a global pandemic, racial tensions, economic disparities, political polarization), it is important to understand what the science of toxic stress does and does not say about the impact of all this adversity on children. More importantly a new, strengths-based framework is needed to clarify how to build healthy, resilient children in the face of such adversity.
Presenter: Andrew Garner, MD, PhD, FAAP | Primary Care Pediatrician Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine Rainbow Babies & Children Pediatrics
(Monday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
22sep10:00 am11:00 amImproving Discharge Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs through a Nurse-led Learning Collaborative Event Organized By: Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health Event Type:WebinarIn-person or Online:Online
Being discharged from the hospital is a vulnerable time for families and caregivers of children with special health care needs (CSHCN). Appropriate resources and support are essential for care at
Being discharged from the hospital is a vulnerable time for families and caregivers of children with special health care needs (CSHCN). Appropriate resources and support are essential for care at home and can prevent complications or readmission. The California-based Nurse-led Discharge Learning (CANDLE) Collaborative brings together interdisciplinary clinicians to improve discharge care delivery for CSHCN. Learn about two new discharge practices: closed-loop medication reconciliation and tailored medication teaching, and multidisciplinary discharge rounds with early discharge notification. Speakers will share how these innovative practices can be integrated into existing clinical workflows. Audience Q&A is highly encouraged.
Sarah Wilkerson, MSN, RN, CPNP
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University
Sarah works in the Program for Children with Medically Complex Needs. She has been a nurse for the last 18 years. Sarah received her MS in nursing from Vanderbilt University.
Melissa Gustafson, MSN, RN, CPNP
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford
Melissa cares for children with medical complexity. She began her career at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in the renal, adolescent, and pediatric intensive care units. Melissa holds a MS in nursing from Villanova University.
Angie Marin, MSN, RN-C
Nursing Manager, Pediatrics, UC Davis Children’s Hospital
Angie has nearly 40 years of pediatric nursing experience. She is chapter president of the Greater Sacramento Society of Pediatric Nurses and serves on the chapter development and support committee as the west coast regional lead. Angie received her MS in nursing from California State University, Sacramento.
Kevin Blaine, MAEd
Director, CANDLE Collaborative
Senior Research Associate, Institute for Nursing and Interprofessional Research at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Kevin manages all operational activities and is responsible for maintaining day-to-day project progress for the CANDLE Collaborative. He has extensive experience facilitating meaningful intra- and inter-institutional partnerships and developing innovative strategies to improve processes and procedures, with particular expertise in intervention development, program design and evaluation, and learning theory. Kevin’s research interests including care coordination and transitions of care for children with medical complexity, post-discharge healthcare utilization among hospitalized children, and hospital-based interprofessional team functioning. Moderator
Jennifer Baird, PhD, MPH, MSW, RN, CPN
Principal Investigator, CANDLE Collaborative
Director, Institute for Nursing and Interprofessional Research at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Jenni’s research focuses on the development of strategies to enhance the family-centeredness of the care environment, to promote the safe transfer of patients from the hospital to home, and to support children with medical complexity in the home environment. She has worked as a registered nurse in both acute and critical care pediatric settings and has specialized training in social work, public health, and health services research methodologies. Jenni also serves on the Board of Directors for the Society of Pediatric Nurses.
(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am
"Bridging the Gap Between Health Care and Health Policy" The eighth annual Inland Northwest State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference fosters a dialog about the unique opportunities and challenges facing
“Bridging the Gap Between Health Care and Health Policy”
The eighth annual Inland Northwest State of Reform Virtual Health Policy Conference fosters a dialog about the unique opportunities and challenges facing health care on the east side of Washington.
State of Reform brings together practitioners, thought leaders, and policy makers from across the state into a single place. During these unprecedented times we will continue to hold these important conversations through the power of virtual tools.
Join us on September 23-24th to discuss the most important health care activity taking place today.
23 (Wednesday) 8:00 am - 24 (Thursday) 1:00 pm
Save the Date – September 24, 2020 ACEs and Resilience Virtual Community of Practice Gathering hosted by Essentials for Childhood. Registration information and agenda coming soon! We are adapting to the
Registration information and agenda coming soon!
We are adapting to the new reality and coming together virtually while we remain physically apart. Join colleagues to learn together and process how we are confronting the pandemics of racism, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and COVID-19.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone working to build resilient communities, address and prevent ACEs, adverse community environments, and other forms of trauma, or to create communities where ALL children thrive in safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments. Whether this is your first Community of Practice event or you have joined us in the past, we’d love to see you there.
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