Tuesday, May 24

Please note: All event times are Central Time Zone.


7:00 am - 8:30 am

Breakfast / Symposium

201

Expert Illustrations and Commentaries Live: Nephrology Nurse Perspectives in Anemia in Chronic Kidney Disease

1.0 CH

Jane Davis, DNP, MSN, CRNP, RN
Jean Colaneri, ACNP-BC, CNN-NP
Della Connor, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FNKF
Catherine Wells, DNP, ACNP, CNN-NP, FNKF

Supported through an educational grant by GlaxoSmithKline

8:45 am - 10:30 am

Exhibits / Posters / Coffee Break

Plan your time in the exhibit hall and meet with companies about their products and services.

10:30 am - 11:45 am

Concurrent Sessions (211-215)


211

*SEEKING Nephrology Nursing Innovators: Research Fundamentals Workshop (*Supporting Education Empowerment and Knowledge Innovation in Nursing Grants)

1.25 CH

Amber Paulus, PhD, RN, CPHQ

If you have thought about conducting research but have no idea how to get started, this session is for you! Tips for developing a research idea, ensuring your research is scientific, writing a research proposal, and submitting research for publication will be shared.


212

Diet, Disparity, and Chronic Kidney Disease

1.25 CH

Deidra Crews, MD, ScM, FASN, MACP

This session will explore disparity in the care of individuals with chronic kidney disease (CKD) by focusing on diet and how it impacts the development of CKD, the disease progression, and ultimately the outcome of care. Strategies to improve patient outcomes also will be shared.


213

Renal Perioperative Risk Factors: What Nephrology Nurses Need to Know When Their Patients Go to the Operating Room

1.25 CH, 0.25 Rx

Alice Luehr, DNP, RN, CNN
Molly Litchfield, BSN, RN, CNOR

Individuals with kidney disease or acute kidney injury (AKI) sometimes require surgery. This session will examine what can occur during surgery, including drugs commonly used, fluid management, and what circulating nurses are watching for during the procedure. Strategies to protect the kidneys during surgery as well as collaborative strategies to optimize outcomes for patients with kidney disease/AKI during this critical period will be shared.


214

What Are You Made Of? The Genetics for Nephrology Care

1.25 CH

Mary Schira, PhD, APRN, ACNP-BC

Genetic makeup is recognized increasingly as a tool to identify treatment for various health issues, such as determining an appropriate antidepressant medication. Other examples include genetic testing for cytomegalovirus infection and ganciclovir resistance in transplants as well as testing for primary versus secondary membranous nephrology. This session will explore current uses – and the future potential – of genetic testing for disease management.


215

Baxter PD Excellence Academy ~ Euvolemia: Finding Fluid Balance in PD, Part 1

1.25 CH

Beverly Kenna, BSN, RN, CNN

The goal of fluid management in PD is the normalization of extracellular volume. Learn to apply a structured diagnostic approach to the evaluation of fluid balance problems through a review of fundamental concepts in achieving target weight in PD. (Continued in Session #235)

12:00 nn - 1:30 pm

Luncheon

220

Nephrology Nurse Recognition Luncheon

Network with friends and celebrate the professional accomplishments of colleagues as the ANNA Outstanding Achievement Award winners are announced. The luncheon also will include the annual ANNA business meeting and induction of the 2022-2023 Board of Directors.

1:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions (231-235)

231

From Idea to Article: Writing for Publication Workshop

1.25 CH

Beth Ulrich, EdD, RN, FACHE, FAONL, FAAN

Nephrology Nursing Journal Editor-in-Chief Beth Ulrich will review the manuscript development, peer review, and publication processes and provide tips for developing a plan for writing and submitting a manuscript for publication.


232

Home Hemodialysis: Opportunities for Success

1.25 CH

Erica Murdoch, RN
Mindy Painter, CCHT, CAN/CCCHTBS

This session will focus on improving strategies to achieve the goals of the Advancing American Kidney Health Initiative, specifically moving hemodialysis to the home setting. How do we bring patients home for treatment? What is our vision for successful transition from in-center to home care? Explore these questions and more!


233

Are We Applying Learning Principles When Teaching Older Adults about Chronic Kidney Disease?

1.25 CH

Rowena Elliott, PhD, RN, CNN, AGNP-C, GS-C, CNE, LNC, FAAN

Dr. Elliott will clarify the principles of providing education to adults and how these principles relate to – and are affected by – patient learning styles. Nephrology nurses are involved in patient education, and these principles should be at the forefront of how we plan and provide education.


234

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire: Renal Considerations with Tobacco Use

1.25 CH, 0.5 Rx

Cynthia Smith, DNP, APRN, CNN-NP, FNP-BC, FNKF

Did you know tobacco is a major factor in kidney dysfunction? If not, this session will provide you with the information you need to be fully informed. The types and prevalence of tobacco use will be highlighted followed by an in-depth review of the physiologic effects of tobacco use on the kidney. Evidence-based cessation methods and patient education resources also will be covered.


235

Baxter PD Excellence Academy ~ Euvolemia: Finding Fluid Balance in PD, Part 2

1.25 CH

Beverly Kenna, BSN, RN, CNN

The goal of fluid management in PD is the normalization of extracellular volume. Learn to apply a structured diagnostic approach to the evaluation of fluid balance problems through a review of fundamental concepts in achieving target weight in PD. (Continued from Session #215)

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions (241-245)


241

ANA Infection Control and Prevention Project

1.0 CH

Amber Paulus, PhD, RN, CPHQ
Kelly Dyar, EdD, MSN, RN, CNN, CNE

ANNA received a grant from the American Nurses Association (ANA) to participate in Project Firstline, a collaborative infection control and prevention initiative. Members of ANNA’s Research Committee will share information about this project, the educational resources and activities you may see coming from ANNA in the future, and the importance of ANNA being involved in this endeavor.


242

Living Organ Donation

1.0 CH

Rohini Prashar, MD

Living kidney donation is an optimal treatment choice for most kidney transplant recipients. This session will review the various types of living organ donation as well as the criteria that must be met for living donation. Incorporating information regarding regulatory oversight and the risks and benefits of living organ donation, this session will offer valuable information attendees can use to educate their patients and others.


243

Alport Syndrome: A Patient's Perspective

1.0 CH

Kevin Schnurr

Alport syndrome is a health issue that nephrology nurses may see in their practice but not understand fully. This session will feature a patient's perspective on living with Alport syndrome so nephrology nurses can better understand the impact of this diagnosis and how to effectively care for and support individuals with Alport syndrome.


244

Finding Joy for You and Your Team

1.0 CH

Jennifer Payton, MHCA, BSN, RN, CNN

Finding joy in one's work is thought of as an individual endeavor, but nursing leaders can assist their teams to find joy together.


245

Baxter PD Excellence Academy ~ The Science and Art of Prescription Management in PD, Part 1

1.0 CH

Michelle Hofmann, BSN, RN

An overview of important concepts regarding prescription management and PD adequacy will be presented followed by a discussion of the application of these principles. (Continued in Session #253)

4:30 pm - 5:45 pm

Concurrent Sessions (251-253)

251

Abstract Presentations - Clinical Focus 1

1.25 CH

252

Abstract Presentations - Research Focus

1.25 CH

253

Baxter PD Excellence Academy ~ The Science and Art of Prescription Management in PD, Part 2

1.25 CH

Michelle Hofmann, BSN, RN

An overview of important concepts regarding prescription management and PD adequacy will be presented followed by a discussion of the application of these principles. (Continued from Session #245)


254

Abstract Presentations - Clinical Focus 2

1.25 CH

6:00 pm - 7:15 pm

Dinner / Non-CE Product Theater*

260

Patient-Centered Care for Anemia of Chronic Kidney Disease

Christine Corbett, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CNN-NP, FNKF
Nicole Stankus, MD

Sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline

*Note: Limited to 200 people.

7:15 pm - 8:45 pm

Wine & Cheese / Symposium*

270

The Integral Role of Nephrology Nurses in the Management of Hyperkalemia

1.25 CH

Mary Schira, PhD, RN, ACNP-BC
Debra Castner, APN-c, CNN
Csaba Kovesdy, MD

Supported by an educational grant from AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals

*Note: Limited to 200 people in person. Program will be livestreamed.

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