The 2nd annual Wound Healing Teaching Day is presented for the Bronx-Westchester Academy of Family Physicians (BWAFP) by Burke Rehabilitation Hospital and Montefiore Einstein Department of Family and Social Medicine.
The event will be held at Burke's Rosedale Room in the Billings building on its main campus at 785 Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains.
Intended Audience: Family Medicine Residents, Family Physicians, Other Primary Care Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Educators and Nurse Managers.
Registration: Complimentary for first 65 registrants from Burke and Montefiore Einstein Staff, AAFP, NYSAFP and BWAFP members, Family medicine residents and family medicine interest group (FMIG) students, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital and Montefiore Medical center Employees; $ 30.00, for others.
Maximum capacity is 65. Registrations will be accepted on a first come first served basis and preference is given to free registrants.
Statement of purpose
Chronic wounds, such as pressure ulcers, leg ulcers, and diabetic foot ulcers, are commonly encountered by physicians in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Family physicians are the key, to prevention, early recognition, treatment, and comprehensive management of patients with chronic wounds.
Determination of need was done by surveys of potential learners, needed health outcomes and identified new skills, such as compression therapy and meets the gap in knowledge.
At the end of this course, participants should be able to:
1. Accurately diagnose pressure ulcers, leg ulcers, and diabetic foot ulcers;
2. Create appropriate management plans educate patients and caregivers self-management skills, for wound care;
3. Apply compression dressings to non-ischemic leg ulcers; and
4. Provide leadership for improvement in wound care.
Sudhir Vaidya, M.D., FAAFP, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital
Anna Flattau, M.D., MS.c., M.S., Department of Family & Social Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center/ Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Wound Care Team members, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital: Stephanie Campbell, RN CRRN; Kathleen Barrett RN, FNP, CRRN; Pauline Jones RN, FNP, CRRN; and Marshall Katz, BSRPh.CO(ABC)
Wound Healing Program, Montefiore Medical Center: Lorraine Poliey RN, WCC, DAPWCA; Cary Andrews PA-C, MS, CWS
8:30 AM Breakfast
8:45 AM Introduction: Sudhir Vaidya MD, FRCS(G) FAAFP
9:00 AM Pressure Ulcer Evaluation and Management: Lorraine Poliey RN, WCC, DAPWCA
9:40 AM Interactive Cases in Diabetic Foot Ulcers Management: Anna Flattau, MD, MSc, MS
10:20 AM Family and caregiver education: Lorraine Poliey RN, WCC, DAPWCA,
10:50 AM Nurse and nursing assistant education in Rehabilitation Setting: Burke Wound Care Team
11:20 AM Foot Orthotics and Compression Garments; Marshall Katz BSRPh, CO (ABC)
12:00 PM Lunch and learn, interact with faculty and visit wound care product exhibits and wound care research posters
1:00 PM Interactive Cases in Leg Ulcer Diagnosis and Management: Anna Flattau, MD, MSc, MS
1:30 PM Multilayer Compression Therapy Workshop: Anna Flattau, MD, MSc, MS , Cary Andrews PA-C, MS,CSW,
3:00 PM BWAFP Board meeting
The program is subject to change or cancellation.
This activity is fully sponsored by Bronx Westchester Academy of Family Physicians, Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Burke rehabilitation Hospital, which are not for profit organizations.
Individual faculty disclosures of commercial interest, if any, will be done at the meeting.
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