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Phoenix Children's 2nd Annual Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes Symposium 2019

The Second Annual Type I Pediatric Diabetes Symposium: Problems & Solutions Managing Type I Diabetes (T1D) in Children is a one-day symposium targeting RNs, RDs and CDEs as well as school nurses who care for children with type 1 diabetes. This program specializes, supports, and updates the management and care of children with T1D. The symposium content includes intensive management strategies, improving control in at-risk youth, management of complications, supporting developmental and cultural characteristics of patients with diabetes, and navigating healthcare for access to diabetes supplies.

Activity description:
The Second Annual Type I Pediatric Diabetes Symposium: Problems & Solutions Managing Type I Diabetes (T1D) in Children is a one-day symposium targeting RNs, RDs and CDEs as well as school nurses who care for children with type 1 diabetes. This program specializes, supports, and updates the management and care of children with T1D. The symposium content includes intensive management strategies, improving control in at-risk youth, management of complications, supporting development and cultural characteristics of patients with diabetes, and navigating healthcare for access to diabetes supplies.
Learning outcomes:

Apply the knowledge of the four elements of the S.U.R.F. process to improve glycemic control in patients with continuous glucose monitoring.
Analyze psychological and social factors that lead to poor diabetes control for identification of resources and intervention for improvement.
Describe the acute management of diabetic ketoacidosis and potential complications.
Understand challenges of the adolescent and family with TID and strategies to develop resilience.
Understand the cultural aspect of the Latino patient and family with TID and the process of acculturation.
Evaluate T1D patients at risk for eating for “Diabulimia” and levels of care for eating disorders.
Apply resources to assist patients to navigate insurance plans to ensure diabetes medication and equipment.

Learning objectives: At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

Define the four elements of the S.U.R.F. process.
Describe the proper attitude to CGM use and how to maintain reliable trending information.
Discuss the role of insulin timing.
Describe the process of micro-dosing insulin.
Discuss the concept of pre-emptying insulin.
Identify medical factors that lead to poor diabetes control.
Identify psychological and social factors that can lead to poor diabetes control.
Identify resources that can aid with improving diabetes control.
Identify interventions that can aid with improving diabetes control.
Describe the acute management of diabetic ketoacidosis at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
Describe chronic management of patients with recurrent diabetic ketoacidosis.
Define diabetic ketoacidosis and its complications.
Discuss challenges across the lifespan that patients and families face when given a medical diagnosis.
Describe strategies to support families with receiving bad news.
Outline strategies to develop resilience in patients and their families.
Describe the incidence and prevalence of type 1 diabetes among Latinos.
State common misconception in working with Latino populations.
Describe the cultural aspect of living with type 1 diabetes.
Describe the role of family involvement and acculturation for Latinos with type 1 diabetes.
Define “Diabulimia”.
Identify type 1 diabetes patients at risk for eating disorders.
Summarize the treatment options and levels of care for eating disorders.
Distinguish the role of the Registered Dietitian in treating eating disorders.
Recognize areas to execute eating disorders prevention strategies in clinical practice.
Decide how to implement eating disorder screening and prevention in your practice.
Describe prescription practices increasing the cost of insulin.
Identify two interventions to increase patient access to insulin.
Describe one practitioner action to participate in reducing the cost of insulin.
Describe three factors in navigating insurance plans.
State two tips to successfully advocate for patient supplies and equipment.

Target audience: This is a knowledge-based activity designed for individuals including diabetes educators, RNs, RDs, Clinical Nurse Specialists, school nurses and other health care providers interested in staying up to date on current practices of care for their patients with diabetes and other related conditions.
Requirements for successful completion: For successful completion, participants are required to attend the full activity, complete and submit the program evaluation at the conclusion of the educational event.
Activity Type: Knowledge-Based
Disclosure information for participants
It is the policy of the American Association of Diabetes Educators to require that anyone who has an opportunity to affect continuing education activity content with products or services from a commercial interest with which s/he has financial relationships, discloses those financial relationship/s with commercial entities to participants.

Speakers
Steve Ponder, MD, CDE, FAAP has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Melissa Chambers, DO has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Chirag Kapadia, MD has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Fran Hoekstra, RN, CDE has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Kiri Olsen, Research Coordinator has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Leslie Touger, MD has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Randall Ricardi, MD has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Janiel Pimentel, MD has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Nicole Santonastaso, RDN, CLC, IBCLC, CDE has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Ivy Radcliff, DNP, APRN, BD-ADM, CDE has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Patty Orozco, Diabetes CMA Care Coordinator has no relevant financial disclosures to report.

Planners
Ivy Radcliff, DNP, APRN, BD-ADM, CDE has no relevant financial disclosures to report.
Lea Ann Holzmeister, RD, CDE has no relevant financial disclosures to report
Second Annual Type 1 Pediatric Diabetes Symposium
Problems & Solutions Managing Type 1 Diabetes in Children

Activity Agenda
Date: October 5, 2019
Time:
7:30-8:00am Registration and Breakfast
8:00-8:15am Welcome and Program Announcements
Lea Ann Holzmeister, RD, CDE
8:15-9:15am Keynote Speaker: Dynamic Diabetes Management with CGM Technologies
Steve Ponder, MD, CDE, FAAP Creator of “Sugar Surfing”
9:15-10:00am Improving Diabetes Control in At-Risk Youth
Melissa Chambers, DO Chirag Kapadia, MD
Fran Hoekstra, RN, CDE, Kiri Olsen, Research Coordinator
10:00-10:15am Break
10:15-11:00am Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Leslie Touger, MD
11:00-11:45am Managing the Impact of Diabetes on Child and Adolescent Development, Randall Ricardi, MD
12:45-1:30pm Life with Type 1 Diabetes in the Latino Population, Janiel Pimentel, MD
1:30-2:15pm Eating Disorders and Type 1 Diabetes,Nicole Santonastaso, RDN, CLC, IBCLC, CDE
2:15-3:00pm The Rising Cost of Insulin, Ivy Radcliff, DNP, APRN, BD-ADM, CDE
3:00-3:30pm Navigating Payers for Diabetes Supplies and Equipment, Patty Orozco, Diabetes CMA Care Coordinator

Cost:
Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) Employees: Free
Nurse or dietitian students (with valid student ID): $10
Non-PCH Employees: $40

Registration/Contact information: Eventbrite-url TBD to register
Contact Christina Quintero at cquintero@phoenixchildrens.com for additional information.

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Association of Diabetes Educators, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This program, 2019-042, is awarded 6.0 contact hours.

Saturday, October 5 at 7:30am to 3:30pm


Melvin L. Cohen Conference Center 1920 E. Cambridge Avenue, Phoenix, AZ

Cost

Free to $40

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