AAMSN Educational Conference in 2017!

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AAMSN is currently taking abstracts from speakers for our 1st Educational Conference in Orlando Florida. June 2 – 4th, 2017 If you are interested presenting a topic for the conference, please download the speakers application below. (instructions included in the application) For the form to work properly you must open the application in Adobe Acrobat XI or higher.
  • Heightened Public Awareness of the Profession
  • Patient information brochures and videotapes for use by practicing CSRNs
  • National public relations campaign to educate the public regarding the role sedation nurses
  • Greater professional recognition and identity
  • Designated as CSRN 
  • Certification in Moderate/Procedural Sedation
  • Current Registered Nursing License
  • Current ACLS or PALS Certification
  • Copy of your states position statement on nurses giving sedation.  This can be found at www.sedationcertification.com a Healthy Visions company
  • Minimal ten hours of training.
Stay up to date with AAMSN’s continuing education program including:  
  • Maintenance of continuing education record for recertification
  • Free on line CEs
  • Articles
  • State Updates 
  • Continuing Education Bookstore and Resource Center
  • Discounts on products and seminars 
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2017 AAMSN Annual Conference Orlando Florida

Exhibitor Information

You are invited to take part in the 1st Annual American Association of Moderate Sedation Nurses Conference in Orlando, Florida. AAMSN was chartered in 2008 as a non-profit.  There are over 2,500 Certified Sedation Registers Nurses (CSRN).   The mission of AAMSN is the advancement of safe and effective sedation across all sedation parameters. AAMSN partners with Sedation Certification and Healthy Visions the CEC provider. Over 95 healthcare facilities have partnered with Sedation Certification and Healthy Visions a Certified Service Disabled Owned Small Business Government Contractor.
Before March 1 After March 1
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Silver Exhibitor $3,000 $4,000
Bronze Exhibitor $1,500 $2,500
Exhibitor $1,000 $1,500

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Matthew Zinder

Matthew Zinder

CRNA, CH, Member AAMSN Board of Directors

Matthew Zinder is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist and a Certified Hypnotherapist. Matthew has worked in some level of healthcare for 20 years, starting as an EMT in a volunteer fire station. He received his BS From The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing in 1999. Following a 2 year experience at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Matthew attended and graduated from the Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia Nurse Anesthesia Program in 2003. Matthew owns and operates a Maryland-based mobile anesthesia practice that has been in business since 1984. It consists of 20 practitioners and covers 60 locations throughout the state of Maryland. Matthew speaks at many professional conferences, both nationally and internationally, involving topics such as business of anesthesia, hypnosis, and the practice of anesthesia. Matthew also has an active hypnotherapy practice that caters mainly to healthcare providers. Matthew is also the founder and director of Maryland Emergency Response, a disaster relief 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to aid victims following natural and/or man-made disasters. Generating Positive Outcomes Through Verbal Communication: Communication is exceedingly important in healthcare. Research has shown how positive communication with our patients can decrease the amount of sedation needed. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Its affect on healthcare providers: Many of us are familiar with post-traumatic stress disorder. However, have any of us experienced it personally or in direct relation to our work? Healthcare providers often experience events that can affect them later in life. This talk will discuss examples of such events, the criteria for diagnosis, and treatment options.

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  • Heightened Public Awareness of the Profession
  • Patient information brochures and videotapes for use by practicing CSRNs
  • National public relations campaign to educate the public regarding the role sedation nurses
  • Greater professional recognition and identity
  • Designated as CSRN 
  • Certification in Moderate/Procedural Sedation
  • Current Registered Nursing License
  • Current ACLS or PALS Certification
  • Copy of your states position statement on nurses giving sedation.  This can be found at www.sedationcertification.com a Healthy Visions company
  • Minimal ten hours of training.
Stay up to date with AAMSN’s continuing education program including:
  • Maintenance of continuing education record for recertification
  • Free on line CEs
  • Articles
  • State Updates 
  • Continuing Education Bookstore and Resource Center
  • Discounts on products and seminars 

2017 Conference Event Location Information

Event Venue: Rosen Centre Hotel

Rosen Centre Hotel and Conference Center

Orlando International Airport

Sea World

ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

Disney Theme Parks

Universal Orlando® Resort

AAMSN 2015 CSRN Conference Schedule

June 6-7th 2015 Knoxville, Tennessee World’s Fair Park Holiday Inn

Friday

6:00 Board Meeting Location to be announced

Saturday = 7.5 CE Credits

7:30-7:50 Continental Breakfast 8:00-9:00 Sedation Drugs: Possible Adverse Reactions and Treatment Strategies: Mathew Zinder, MS, CH, CRNA, President of Zinder Anesthesia, LLC 9:00-10:00 Computer-Assisted Personalized Sedation (CAPS) – a paradigm change in sedation delivery: Marsha McKenna, RN, MBA and Keith Denning, CRNA Learn about how the SEDASYS® System could redefine the way sedation is administered for eligible patients, by offering a new way for physician-led teams to safely and effectively deliver propofol on-label for minimal-to-moderate sedation. 10:00-10:15 Break 10:15–11:15 Herbals – Herbal Secrets –Watch Out: Major Peter Strube CRNA MSNA APNP ARNP DNAPc This presentation will provide the listener a basic review of herbal principles and the pharmacological surgical interactions caused by them. The listener will be able to list and identify herbal interactions with anesthesia and sedation. 11:15-12:15 Illegal Drugs and how they impact Sedation/Analgesia: Major Peter Strube CRNA MSNA APNP ARNP DNAPc This presentation will provide the listener a basic review of specific pharmacokinetics of illegal drug. The participant will be able to list and identify the specific pharmacokinetics of illegal drugs and get a better understanding of alternative drug therapies for perioperative patient management of the patient abuse illegal drugs. They will list and be able to discuss appropriate interventions for illegal drugs abuse. 12:15-1:15 Lunch – Box Lunch Provided 1:15–2:15 Patient Positioning for Surgery: Its Implications and Importance: Mathew Zinder, MS, CH, CRNA, President of Zinder Anesthesia, LLC  2:15-3:30 Generating Positive Outcomes through Verbal Communication: Mathew Zinder, MS, CH, CRNA, President of Zinder Anesthesia, LLC 3:30-3:45 Break 3:45-5:00 Panel Discussion: Matthew Zinder, Peter Strube, Ron Eslinger 5:00 Adjourn 5:30 Reception

Sunday = 7.5 CE Credits

7:30-7:50 Continental Breakfast 8:00-9:00 PASS on Pain: Pediatric Analgesia and Sedation Services: Carol Carson, RN, BSN, CPN, Children’s Hospital Understand that patient factors such as age, developmental stage, anxiety level, health status, and previous experience may influence the plan for sedation. Discuss procedural factors, such as setting, duration, anticipated discomfort, positioning, and other unique factors that may influence the choice of sedative. List the equipment (e.g. monitoring, resuscitation, etc) required for conducting sedation. 9:00-10:00 Nitrous Oxide for Pediatric Patients: Carol Carson, RN, BSN, CPN, Children’s Hospital Describe properties that make nitrous oxide a good choice for pediatric sedation List appropriate indications for use of nitrous on pediatric patients Describe side effects and appropriate response associated with nitrous oxide. 10:00-10:15 Break 10:15–11:15 Radiation badges—What are they really saying? Radiation badges are frequently worn by practitioners using X-rays and working in nuclear medicine. Many people question the efficacy of wearing radiation dosimetry, and wonder if anything is actually being measured. It turns out that medical personnel routinely receive more radiation exposure at work than most workers at nuclear power plants! This presentation discusses the badges and process of providing you with a radiation badge and recording your exposure. In addition, we will talk about radiation dose limits and what they mean to you. 11:15-12:15 Informed Consent, for the RN: Linda Williams, CRNA, JD Informed consent is not a form but is a process. This process includes the discussion that takes place between the patient and the provider. While documentation of consent is helpful for legal purposes, this document cannot replace the discussion between the anesthesia provider and the patient. Should a nurse involved in a procedure witness a consent? 12:15-1:15 Business Lunch for AAMSN Members (others on your own) 1:15 – 3:30 Virtual Simulation Workshop: Ron Eslinger, CRNA, APN, MA, FNGH Improve your competency of moderate sedation while you test your real world knowledge on this sedation simulator with actual medical case studies. 3:30-3:45 Break 3:45-5:00 HIV, HEP B and HEP C, an update: Ron Eslinger, CRNA, APN, MA, FNGH 5:00 Evaluations, Certificate of Attendance, Adjourn

Non-Members

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$325
  • 2 Day Admission Not an AAMSN member yet, but want to attend the conference? Earn CE credits learning from top speakers Network with other professionals in the field of Moderate Sedation

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Registration
$200
  • 2 Day Admission Network with professionals in the field Start your career learning from top speakers No CE credits will be given for student attendees

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2017 Conference Speakers

Conference June 2nd – 4th

The Conference has conluded, here are the speakers and learning tracks

Time to get excited about next year

Generating Positive Outcomes through Verbal Communication

Matt Zinder, MS, CH, CRNA, President of Zinder Anesthesia, LLC

Communication is exceedingly important in healthcare. Research has shown how positive communication with our patients can decrease the amount of  sedation needed.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder : Its affect on healthcare providers

Matt Zinder, MS, CH, CRNA, President of Zinder Anesthesia, LLC

Many of us are familiar with post traumatic stress disorder. However, have any of us experienced it personally or in direct relation to our work? Healthcare providers often experience events that can affect them later in life. This talk will discuss examples of such events, the criteria for diagnosis, and treatment options.

Speaker Matthew Zinder

Speaker Matthew Zinder

CRNA, CH, Member AAMSN Board of Directors

Matthew Zinder is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist and a Certified Hypnotherapist.

Matthew has worked in some level of healthcare for 20 years, starting as an EMT in a volunteer fire station. He received his BS From The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing in 1999. Following a 2 year experience at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Matthew attended and graduated from the Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia Nurse Anesthesia Program in 2003.

Matthew owns and operates a Maryland-based mobile anesthesia practice that has been in business since 1984. It consists of 20 practitioners and covers 60 locations throughout the state of Maryland. Matthew speaks at many professional conferences, both nationally and internationally, involving topics such as business of anesthesia, hypnosis, and the practice of anesthesia. Matthew also has an active hypnotherapy practice that caters mainly to healthcare providers. Matthew is also the founder and director of Maryland Emergency Response, a disaster relief 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to aid victims following natural and/or man-made disasters.

Can This Child be Sedated?

Kathleen C. Fabian, MSN, NEA-BC, CPNP

This is an interactive presentation that will discuss the criteria for moderate sedation, the effects of obesity on sedation, and what happens when things go wrong with sedation. These concepts will be discussed through lecture, interactive discussion and case studies.

Kids, Meds and MRI

Kathleen C. Fabian, MSN, NEA-BC, CPNP

This is an interactive presentation that will review pediatric airway anatomy and the medications used in pediatric moderate sedation for both procedures and diagnostic imaging. In addition, the levels of sedation will be reviewed and MRI safety. These concepts will be reviewed through lecture and interactive discussion.

Speaker Kathleen C. Fabian

Speaker Kathleen C. Fabian

MSN, NEA-BC, CPNP

Has been a Pediatric Nurse for 25 years with experience in PICU, Transport and Emergency Medicine, been a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner for 6 years and has been working with the pediatric hospitalist team for the past 5 years. Kathleen is the only NP in the organization credentialed to provide pediatric moderate sedation. She is currently working on her DNP with an anticipated graduation of Summer 2018.

Work Place Stress Can Kill You and the Patient

Ron Eslinger, CRNA, APN, MA, FNGH

It is estimated that job stress cost Americans more than $300 billion annually due to diminished productivity, absenteeism, and employee turnover, medical, legal and insurance fees. It is also projected that 60 to 80% of all work related accidents are due to stress.

Speaker Ron Eslinger

Speaker Ron Eslinger

RN, CRNA, MA, APN, BCH, CMI, FNGH

Captain, United States Navy, Retired President and CEO American Association of Moderate Sedation Nurses, Inc. and Owner/CEO Healthy Visions

After beginning his military service in the US Army Reserves (1969-85), Capt. Eslinger became an officer and nurse anesthetist for the US Navy in 1985 at age 37. In 1991, Eslinger was assigned the committee position of anesthesia leisan to the new Joint Commission standard for I.V. conscious sedation. The training he created for Navy revolved into the he sedation certification training.

 

His many assignments included Senior Nurse Executive and the Director for Patient Services, Naval Hospital Beaufort, SC (2001-03 ). From 1996 to 2001, Ron served as the Chief Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) and Assistant Department Head for administration, Anesthesia Department, US Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA where he founded and personally developed the Medical Center’s Complementary Care Clinic. This experience led to consulting positions with other medical centers such as Kaiser Permeate, Portland, Oregon; Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, NC; and Naval Hospital, Beaufort, SC.

Essentials of Monitoring

Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA

The focus is on the concepts the attendees will need to know, when monitoring sedated patients. Common medical emergencies will be discussed along with detailed information on how to handle them.

Hands‐on Airway Management

Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA

This hands-on airway management course: will help give you a chance to work with and develop confidence

with various common airway management devices. Your instructor is a practicing dentist who delivers anesthesia in dental offices as well as a full time Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) who enjoys working with students.

Speaker Dr. Allan Scwartz

Speaker Dr. Allan Scwartz

DDS, CRNA

Dr. Schwartz is a 1980 graduate of the Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas. After
dental school, he completed a one year General Practice Residency in dentistry at the Jewish Hospital
in St. Louis, Missouri where he was introduced to Nurse Anesthesia.

Dr. Schwartz became a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) in 1994 as a graduate of the
Washington University School of Nurse Anesthesia in St. Louis. He currently practices as a CRNA and
delivers anesthesia in dental offices as well as lecturing to students on various anesthesia topics through
Sedation Consult, LLC.

Herbals – Herbal Secrets –Watch Out

Peter Strube, CRNA, DBAP (c), MSNA, APNA. Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army

This lecture will provide the listener a basic review of herbal principles and the pharmacological surgical interactions caused by them. The listener will be able to list and identify herbal interactions with anesthesia and sedation.

Illegal Drugs and How They Impact Sedation

Peter Strube, CRNA, DBAP (c), MSNA, APNA. Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army

This lecture will provide the listener a basic review of specific pharmokinetics of illegal drugs. Learn how to list and identify the specific pharmokinetics of illegal drugs and get a better understanding of alternative drug therapies for perioperative patient management of the patient who abuses illegal drugs, and discuss appropriate interventions for illegal drugs abuse.

Improving Patient Satisfaction Scores

Peter Strube, CRNA, DBAP (c), MSNA, APNA. Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army

The listener will have a better understanding of the economic impact of anesthesia and sedation in the generations of the Affordable Care Act. You will be able to list and identify those interactions and develop a plan to deal with them.

Leadership and Conflict Resolution

Peter Strube, CRNA, DBAP (c), MSNA, APNA. Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army

 4:30 – 5:30

The listener will understand the mechanisms and process of leading and of effective leaders and working with technology to enhance patient outcomes. They will be able to identify strategies to be an effective anesthesia provider in a new technological

environment.

Speaker Peter Strupe

Speaker Peter Strupe

CRNA, DBAP (c), MSNA, APNP, United States Army Lieutenant Colonel

Is a CRNA that serves in the United States Army Nurse Corps. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from St. Mary’s University school of anesthesia in 2006 with a master’s degree specifically in anesthesia. His undergraduate degree is from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He is completing his Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Program.

Lieutenant Colonel Strube mobilized and deployed four times during current military operations, which included service in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He earned the War on Terrorism Medal, Enduring Freedom Medal, Mobilization Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Iraqi Freedom, Global War on Terrorism Medal, NATO Medal, and Afghanistan Campaign Medal.

Going With the Flow, ETCO2 Monitoring with Endoscopy

Rhonda Ward, MSN, CGRN, CCRN

8:00 – 9:00

While frequent blood pressure measurements and pulse oximetry are standard monitoring tools, capnography has the potential to signi􀏐icantly improve patient safety by offering the earliest possible detection of hypoventilation during sedation. ASA requires all anesthesiologist to us capnography during sedation.

Hypoglycemia and Moderate Sedation

Rhonda Ward, MSN, CGRN, CCRN

9:00 – 10:00

This hypoglycemia presentation is case study based. It will go over the symptoms, the rational for medication protocols, the treatment and similarities of hypoglycemia to desired effects of moderate sedation.

Hypnosis an Adjunct to Nursing Sedation

Ron Eslinger, CRNA, APN, MA, FNGH

10:15 – 12:00

Preparing patients for sedation and surgery using current research and historical data to describe the impact of hypnosis on procedural outcomes. Listing 5‐things that can be accomplished when including hypnosis techniques.

Speaker Rhonda Ward

Speaker Rhonda Ward

RN, MSN CRN, CGRN

Rhonda has extensive Critical Care experience and in the Moderate Sedation Areas starting with the Cardiac Catherization / Electrophysiology Lab in 1994. Gastroenterology / Endoscopy since 2000 interspersed with Interventional Radiology and Pain Management. From one corner of the country to the other, she has done Moderate Sedation from Florida to New York, California to Alaska. She has a Masters in Nursing Education and still prefers to be in the trenches doing hands on care.
AAMSN is currently taking abstracts from speakers for our 2017 Conference in Orlando Florida. June 2 – 4th, 2017 If you are interested presenting a topic for the conference, please download the speakers application below. (instructions included in the application) For the form to work properly you must open the application in Adobe Acrobat XI or higher.  

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