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					2011 MINNESOTA              APRIL
HOSPICE&PALLIATIVE CARE
CONFERENCE
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                            2011

   SHERATON BLOOMINGTON HOTEL
   MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH
   APRIL 11 » 12

        www.mnhpc.org
ITINERARY

                                                             MONDAY, APRIL 11
                                                             8-9:00 am           Registration & Light Continental Breakfast – Exhibits Open
                                                             9:15-10:30 am       Vision Session
                                                                                 The “Art” of Pain Management
                                                                                 Dr. Cory Ingram, MD

                                                             10:30-10:45 am      Break – Exhibits Open
                                                             10:45-12 pm         Insight Session 1
                                                                            1A A Practical Approach to Pain Management
                                                                                 Dr. Cory Ingram, MD
                                                                            1B Documentation: Pitfalls, Perils, A Nurse’s Best Friend
                                                                                 Debbie Goings, BSN, RN
                                                                            1C Home Funerals and Green Burials: Continuing the Hospice Philosophy
                                                                                 Heather Halen; Rep. Carolyn Laine; & Theresa Purcell
                                                                            1D Developing Palliative Care Services in Rural Communities
                                                                                 Janelle Shearer, RN, BSN, MA, CPHQ
                                                                            1E Dying or Illness is a Kind of Poetry
                                                                                 Rob Ruff, MDiv, BCC & Helen O’Brien, MDiv, BCC
                                                                            1F The Hindu Spirit in End-of-Life Care: Perspectives & Preferences
                                                                                 Kusum Saxena, MD

                                                             12-1:00 pm          Lunch – Exhibits Open
                                                             1:00-2:15 pm        Insight Session 2
                                                                            2A End-of-Life Choices in 2011:
                                                                               Permissable & Impermissable Medical, Legal & Ethical Perspectives
                                                                                 Richard Heinrich, MD
                                                                            2B POLST: Provider Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment
                                                                                 Barb Blumer, JD & Jennifer Olson, MD
                                                                            2C Changing the Paradigm: Seeing the Person with Dementia Differently
                                                                                 Judy Berry
                                                                            2D How to Provide High-Quality, Community-Based Palliative Care Services:
                                                                               A Blueprint for Health Plans
                                                                                 Barry Baines, MD
                                                                            2E I Only Want the Nurse:
                                                                               When Patients and Families Decline Spiritual Care Services
                                                                                 Craig Carlson, MDiv, AC; Dave Eaton, MDiv, BCC; & Ron Henely, MDiv, BCC
                                                                            2F Music Therapy for the Long-Term Hospice Patient:
                                                                               Supporting Changing Conditions
                                                                                 Julie Szamocki, MEd, MT-BC

                                                             2:15-2:30 pm        Break – Exhibits Open
                                                             2:30-3:45 pm        Insight Session 3
                                                                            3A Methadone—Moving to the Next Level:
                                                                               Providing Pain Relief From ICU to the Living Room
                                                                                 Eric Anderson, MD & Wm. Christopher Downey, MD
                                                                            3B Why Hospice Satisfaction Matters, Now More Than Ever
                                                                                 Dianne Gray
                                                                            3C Evaluation of Honoring Choices Minnesota
                                                                                 Edward Ratner, MD
                                                             	              3D	 Making	Difficult	Decisions:	Planning	for	End	of	Life
                                                                                 Barb Burandt, PHN, BSN, MEd, JD, NEA-BC & Kathy Kelso, PHN, BSN, MAPA
                                                                            3E Palliative Care—Putting Principles Into Practice
       2011 Minnesota Hospice & Palliative Care Conference




                                                                                 Gloria Cade, RN
                                                             	              3F	 Walking	the	Butterfly	Labyrinth	Through	Loss	and	Grief
                                                                                 Dee Bailey, MA & Jackie Levin, MA

                                                             4-5 pm              MNHPC Annual Meeting



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                         2011 MINNESOTA                                         APRIL
                        HOSPICE&PALLIATIVE CARE 2011
                        CONFERENCE
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TUESDAY, APRIL 12
8-9:00 am          Registration & Light Continental Breakfast – Exhibits Open
9:15-10:30 am      Vision Session
                   Moments, Miracles & Music
                   Janie Jasin & Chez Raginiak

10:30-10:45 am     Break – Exhibits Open
10:45-12 pm        Insight Session 4
               4A Come to Your Senses
                   Janie Jasin & Chez Raginiak
	              4B	 Top	10:	Deficiencies	Cited	from	MDH
                   Brenda Fischer, RN
               4C Structuring & Facilitating Effective Care Conferences to Address
	                	 Goals	of	Care	Conflicts
                   Richard Heinrich, MD
               4D Complex Symptom Management: End-of-Life Care
                   Tom Koscelnak, PharmD
	              4E	 Compassionately	Fatigued:	Compassionately	Satisfied		
                   Lores Vlaminck, RN, BSN, MA, CHPN & Tami Briggs, CHP
	              4F	 Resilience	and	Reflective	Writing
                   Gretchen Thompson, MDiv

12-1:00 pm         Lunch & Volunteer Service Award – Exhibits Open
1:00-2:15 pm       Insight Session 5
               5A First Impression! Last Impressions
                   Chez Raginiak
               5B Trend & Issues in Hospice: A National Perspective
                   Judi Lund Person, MPH
               5C Overcome Reimbursement Cuts and Improve Your Bottom Line
                   Stan Massey
               5D Dynamics of Discontinuing Drugs
                   Stacey Rexrode, RPh, CGP
               5E Advance Care Directives and the Law
                   April Boxeth, Esq.
               5F Images of Support: Grief and Guided Imagery and Music Groups
                   Kathryn Lindenfelser, MMus, MT-BC & Barbara Koffel, MA

2:15-2:30 pm       Break
2:30-3:45 pm       Insight Session 6
               6A DEA, Agent of the Physician and E-Prescribing
                   Raeanna Lewarne, PharmD, BCPS
               6B COPD Hospice and Palliative Care: Do We Do Our Best?
                   Carrie Black Bourassa, LRT, RRT
               6C Integrating Palliative Care Into the ICU
                   Laura Lathrop, DNP, ANP, MPH
               6D Your Memory Chip
                   Lori La Bey
               6E From Cradle to Grave: Pain and Symptom Assessment
                   Jodi Chrastek, MSN, RN, CHPN & Lores Vlaminck, RN, BSN, MA, CHPN
               6F Word Medicines: Finding Words for Grieving, Dying and Death
                   Ted Bowman, MDiv

3:45 pm            Adjourn




                 Sessions likely to be of interest to volunteers and home health
                 aides are marked with               throughout the brochure.
                 Of course, volunteers and aides are welcome in all sessions!


                                                                 REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.MNHPC.ORG   2
                                                          monday 11
                                                          9:15 – 10:30 am
                               VISION SESSION
                                                          DR. CORY INGRAM, MD
                                                          Assistant Professor of Family and Palliative Medicine
                                                          Mayo Clinic, College of Medicine Medical Director – Palliative Medicine

                                                          THE “ART” OF PAIN MANAGEMENT
                                                          This presentation on the “Art” of Pain Management will serve as an
                                                          inspirational interdisciplinary approach to personal care for patients
                                                          and families living with serious illness and experiencing total pain.
                                                          In the spirit of Dame Cicely Sauders, a patient narrative will guide
                                                          us as we explore topics of hope, dignity, and personhood at the end
                                                          of life. The patient narrative will expose the total pain—spiritual,
                                                          emotional, social and physical—experienced by patients and
                                                          families and a trans-disciplinary approach will be offered as a novel
                                                          and transformative counter cultural response to caring for patients
                                                          and families with serious illness. Attendees will be invited to sample
                                                          therapeutic conversations to experience concepts of deliverance
                                                          from anonymity, attunement, stating the obvious, imaginative
                                                          alignment, and mindfulness in an effort to foster resilience in a
                                                          concerted effort to provide “The Best Care Possible.   ”

                                                              Participants will be able to:
                                                              » Contextualize International and American health care, society
                                                                 and culture as it impacts seriously ill and dying Americans and
                                                                 the families and communities who care for them
                                                              » Recognize dignity as an inherent human quality in light of the
                                                                 dependence upon personal caring at the end of life
                                                              » Define giving “The Best Care Possible” and recognize the
                                                                 growth and development at the end of life as a standard of care
                                                              » Reflect upon serious illness being a personal experience far
                                                                 more than a medical experience
                                                              » Conceptualize hope and its progression for patients and families
                                                              » Understand the trans-disciplinary role of the palliative care and
                                                                 hospice team in addressing total pain


                                                                                    Cory Ingram, MD, is an actively practicing
                                                                                    clinician as the Medical Director of Palliative
                                                                                    Medicine for Mayo Health System in Mankato,
                                                                                    Minnesota. Dr. Ingram completed Medical
                                                                                    School at Leiden University in Holland,
                                                                                    Residency at the University of Nebraska,
                                                                                    Geriatric Fellowship at the Maine-Dartmouth
                                                                                    Geriatrics Fellowship Program, and
                                                                                    Palliative Medicine at Dartmouth Hitchcock
    2011 Minnesota Hospice & Palliative Care Conference




                                                                                    Medical Center with Hospice Training at
                                                                                    St.	Christopherʼs	Hospice	in	London,	England.

                                                          Academically, Cory Ingram, MD, serves as faculty with dual
                                                          appointments in Family Medicine and Palliative Medicine at Mayo
                                                          Clinic, College of Medicine. He also teaches as adjunct faculty at the
                                                          University of Minnesota Family Medicine Residency in Mankato.
                                                          Dr. Ingram has presented locally, nationally and internationally on
                                                          topics	specific	to	geriatrics,	dementia	and	palliative	medicine.

                                                          He is also the Regional Director of the Western Region of Mayo Health
                                                          System Practice Based Research Network. His research throughout his
                                                          training has culminated in his current focus on narrative research to
                                                          improve the care of seriously ill patients and their families.


3
                          INSIGHT sessions
1 10:45 am – 12 pm
           A Practical Approach to Pain Management
   1A      Dr. Cory Ingram, MD Mayo Clinic, College of Medicine

         » Review the key aspects to taking a pain history with respect to
           nociceptive and neuropathic pain
         » Identify appropriate class, combination, and dosage range of drugs
           to treat nociceptive and neuropathic pain
         » Summarize a framework of guiding principles for opioid management
         » Describe a practical approach to opioid conversion
         » Compare opioid rotation to methadone and general use of methadone
         » Examine the concept of incomplete cross-tolerance
         » Review the use of adjuvant therapy for pain syndromes

           Documentation: Pitfalls, Perils, A Nurse’s Best Friend
   1B      Debbie Goings, BSN, RN Accreditation Commission for Health Care, Inc.

         » Examine the laws that affect nurses professionally
         » Analyze appropriate documentation techniques
         » Develop documentation skills

           Home Funerals and Green Burials:
   1C      Continuing the Hospice Philosophy
           Heather Halen Minnesota Threshold Network
           Representative Carolyn Laine Minnesota House of Representatives
           Theresa Purcell President, Minnesota Chapter of Trust for Natural Legacies

         » Discuss home funerals and the role of hospice in that movement
         » Explain Minnesota laws regarding home funerals and green burials
         » Examine green burials and how Minnesota is participating in that
           movement

           Developing Palliative Care Services
   1D      in Rural Communities
           Janelle Shearer, RN, BSN, MA Stratis Health

         » Discuss unique rural community strengths and opportunities related to
           developing palliative care programs/services
         » Identify community-based models for rural palliative care
         » Describe successful strategies to start/strengthen a rural palliative care
           program

           Dying or Illness is a Kind of Poetry
   1E      Rob Ruff, MDiv, BCC & Helen O’Brien, MDiv, BCC Regions Hospital

         » Examine poems about illness, dying and death (poems by Jane Ken-
           yon, Donald Hall, Rafael Campo, Mary Oliver, and Mattie Stepanek)
         » Illustrate how poems help hospice and palliative care professionals
           notice, appreciate, and capture the unique, special, and sacred moments
           with those they serve
         » Summarize how the healing power of language enhances end-of-life
           care practices and the well being of end-of-life care providers

           The Hindu Spirit in End-of-Life Care:
    1F     Perspectives & Preferences
           Kusum Saxena, MD

         » Identify the practice and philosophy of end-of-life Hindu cultural and
           spiritual practices
         » Describe important practices related to quality care of Hindu patients
           and families
         » Discuss Minnesota-based Hindu temples, Priests, and practices that are
           essential to quality end-of-life care for the Hindu community


                                                                        REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.MNHPC.ORG   4
                                   monday 11 INSIGHT sessions
                                                          2 1 – 2:15 pm
                                                                     End-of-Life Choices in 2011: Permissable &
                                                              2A     Impermissable Medical, Legal & Ethical Perspectives
                                                                     Richard Heinrich, MD HealthPartners Hospice & Palliative Care

                                                                   » Identify the political and constitutional underpinnings of autonomy,
                                                                     beneficence,	non-malfeasance,	and	justice
                                                                   » Discuss end-of-life choices including refusing care, requesting assis-
                                                                     tance	in	dying,	palliative	sedation,	requesting	non-beneficial	treatments
                                                                   » Examine the hospice and palliative care clinician’s obligations to both
                                                                     the patient and the health care community’s professional ethics

                                                                     POLST: Provider Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment
                                                              2B     Barb Blumer, JD Barb Blumer Law, PA & Jennifer Olson, MD Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital

                                                                   » Identify legal principles about advance care planning
                                                                   » Identify tools available to aid in advance care planning
                                                                   » Distinguish health care directives from provider orders, such as
                                                                     POLST,	and	financial	powers	of	attorney
                                                                   » Discuss the new Minnesota POLST and how it can be used in hospice
                                                                     and palliative care programs

                                                                     Changing the Paradigm:
                                                              2C     Seeing the Person with Dementia Differently
                                                                     Judy Berry Lakeview Ranch, Inc.

                                                                   » Demonstrate communication tips and distinguish how to read
                                                                     non-verbal language
                                                                   » Identify heightened emotional & spiritual needs of Dementia patients
                                                                   » Recognize and address the underlying needs of Dementia patients

                                                                     A Blueprint for Health Plans:
                                                              2D     How to Provide High-Quality, Community-Based
                                                                     Advanced Illness/Palliative Care
                                                                     Barry Baines, MD

                                                                   » State three models of advanced illness/palliative care services delivery
                                                                     in non-hospital settings
                                                                   » Identify the critical elements of service delivery for each model
                                                                   » Recognize how health plans can use this ‘blueprint’ for buying or
                                                                     building a sustainable model of advanced illness/palliative care service

                                                                     I Only Want the Nurse: When Patients and Families
                                                              2E     Decline Spiritual Care Services
                                                                     Craig Carlson, MDiv, AC; Dave Eaton, MDiv, BCC; & Ron Henely, MDiv, BCC
                                                                     Essentia Health St. Mary’s Hospice & Palliative Care
    2011 Minnesota Hospice & Palliative Care Conference




                                                                   » Describe three reasons patients/families decline spiritual care visits
                                                                   » Identify language and offer tips the interdisciplinary team can use dur-
                                                                     ing hospice admission to describe spiritual care offerings
                                                                   » Illustrate three responses interdisciplinary team members can offer
                                                                     when patients and families decline spiritual care

                                                                     Music Therapy for the Long-Term Hospice Patient:
                                                              2F     Supporting Changing Conditions
                                                                     Julie Szamocki, MEd, MT-BC Seasons Hospice

                                                                   » Summarize the complex physical and psychosocial needs of patients
                                                                     with COPD
                                                                   » Assess the role of creative engagement in increasing quality of life
                                                                   » Recognize the role of the end-of-life care music therapist


5
3 2:30 – 3:45 pm
            Methadone—Moving to the Next Level:
   3A       Providing Pain Relief From ICU to the Living Room
            Eric Anderson, MD & Wm. Christopher Downey, MD Allina Home & Community Services

        » Rapidly titrate oral methadone in the outpatient hospice setting
        » Safely institute IV methadone for rapid pain relief
        » Manage the risks of methadone in hospice patients

            Why Hospice Satisfaction Matters,
   3B       Now More Than Ever
            Dianne Gray Deyta

        » Identify new changes in the NHPCO Family Evaluation of
          Hospice Care Survey
        » Utilize patient feedback to strengthen QAPI and patient level quality
        » Prepare your agency for the future of public reporting

            Evaluation of Honoring Choices Minnesota
   3C       Edward Ratner, MD University of Minnesota

        »   Describe measurable objectives of advance care planning
        »   Describe approaches taken to evaluate Honoring Choices Minnesota
        »   Explain baseline measures of end-of-life care in Minnesota
        »   Provide input into future evaluation efforts for Honoring
            Choices Minnesota

            Making Difficult Decisions: Planning for End of Life
   3D       Barb Burandt, PHN, BSN, MEd, JD, NEA-BC & Kathy Kelso, PHN, BSN, MAPA
            Elder Mediation MN, LLC

        » Identify problematic situations for seniors and their family members
        » Review the role of capacity in decision making
        »	 List	up	to	five	ethical	considerations	that	may	affect	the	decision	
           making process
        » Explain how various resources, including elder mediation, can
           influence	resulting	conflict

            Palliative Care—Putting Principles into Practice
   3E       Gloria Cade, RN Allina Home & Community Services

        »   Create an outline of palliative care principles
        »   Explore examples of palliative care models of care
        »   Provide understanding of reimbursement models for palliative care
        »   Provide practical tools for putting palliative care principles into practice

            Walking the Butterfly Labyrinth through Loss and Grief
   3F       Dee Bailey, MA & Jackie Levin, MA Mindful Innovations

        » Demonstrate a safe and healing ritual for supporting the journey
           through dying, loss and grief
        »	 Explore	a	unique	context	and	tool	to	support	your	ability	to	find	
           peace and balance in work with hospice families
        » Identify the power of an individual grief walk in building community




              Sessions likely to be of interest to volunteers
              and home health aides are marked with
              Of course, volunteers and aides are welcome in all sessions!

                                                                    REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.MNHPC.ORG   6
                                                                                              4
                                                          tuesday                             12
                                                          9:15 – 10:30 am
                                 VISION SESSION
                                                          JANIE JASIN                           CHEZ RAGINIAK
                                                          Speaker & Best-Selling Author         Speaker & Award-Winning Author
                                                          Creativity “No Limits” Inc.           1Moment LLC


                                                          MOMENTS, MIRACLES & MUSIC
                                                           So you have it all figured out and there are no more surprises? In
                                                           one moment life offers change, challenge and a chance. Beginning
                                                           with a knock on the door and ending with music and the dance of
                                                           life, get ready for fun, inspiration and surprises. Janie Jasin, 30-year
                                                           platform speaker/author & Chez Raginiak, speaker/award winning
                                                           author, lead the way. Moments, Miracles & Music will inspire belief
                                                           and words that will stay in your heart and mind for a lifetime.

                                                                •	   Identify	how	an	open	mind	changes	ME	thinking	into	WE	thinking
                                                                •	   Demonstrate	how	perseverance	and	vision	lead	to	
                                                                     surprising opportunities
                                                                •	   Explore	how	using	music	helps,	soothes,	lifts,	and	leads	to	laughter




                                                                                           Janie Jasin is a speaker and
                                                                                           author with over 30 years on the
                                                                                           platform. She is the recipient
                                                                                           of	the	Certified	Speaking	
                                                                                           Professional Designation
                                                                                           from The National Speakers
                                                                                           Association. She received The
                                                                                           Minnesota Speakers Hall Of
                                                                                           Fame Award and Best Speaker
                                                                                           at the Applied Therapeutic
                                                                                           Humor Association Conference.
                                                                                           The Governor of Wisconsin
                                                           awarded her for her contribution to the citizens of Wisconsin.
                                                           She is a mom, grandmom and daughter of two parents who
                                                           left the earth after fourteen years in long term care.

                                                           Chez Raginiak is a speaker and award winning author. He
                                                           escaped communist Poland at age 25, crossed the Alps on
                                                           foot, and spent six months in a refugee camp before starting
                                                           life in America with nothing—not even the English language.
                                                           His determination and drive deliver hope and courage to
                                                           listeners in America and Europe. He is co-founder of Kids’
                                                           Express Train, LLC, a speech therapy company helping
    2011 Minnesota Hospice & Palliative Care Conference




                                                           children with Autism. Chez also records award winning
                                                           music. He is a father, a son, and a man on a mission.

                                                           Chez and Janie’s friendship and work tell a story of meaning
                                                           and surprise to the rhythm of music and fun.




7
                          INSIGHT sessions
4 10:45 am – 12 pm
            Come to Your Senses
   4A       Janie Jasin Creativity “No Limits” Inc. & Chez Raginiak 1Moment LLC

        » Demonstrate how a sense of humor saves, sells, shares,
           serves and seeks
        » Describe how a sense of purpose directs your enthusiasm and drive
           and ignites passion and talent
        »	 Illustrate	how	a	sense	of	well	being	influences	your	ability	to	build	
           team	esteem	and	instill	confidence	and	compassion	to	those	you	love	
           and work with

            Top 10: Deficiencies Cited from MDH
   4B       Brenda Fischer, RN Minnesota Department of Health

        » Describe the components of a measurable QA program
        »	 Define	coordination	of	care	with	Medicare	certified	entities	(ie:	Long	
           Term Care, ICF/MR providers)
        » Describe the components in a comprehensive assessment
        »	 Define	the	components	of	an	individualized	care	plan	based	on	the	
           comprehensive assessment

            Structuring & Facilitating Effective Care Conferences
   4C       to Address Goals of Care Conflicts
            Richard Heinrich, MD HealthPartners Hospice & Palliative Care

        » Identify the type of relationship the participant wishes to create with all
          the participants at the care conference
        » Create a strategy to conduct effective care conferences
        » Implement the strategy with skillful guidance of the care conference

            Complex Symptom Management: End-of-Life Care
   4D       Tom Koscelnak, PharmD Hospice Pharmacia

        »   Discuss common end-of-life symptoms
        »   Describe etiology of common symptoms
        »   Discuss non-pharmacological management
        »   Recommend pharmacological management of common
            end-of-life symptoms

            Compassionately Fatigued: Compassionately Satisfied
   4E       Lores Vlaminck, RN, BSN, MA, CHPN Lores Consulting
            Tami Briggs, CHP Musical	Reflections

        »   Compare and contrast stress and burnout with compassion fatigue
        »   Identify personal risk factors for compassion fatigue
        »   Identify signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue
        »   Describe measures to prevent compassion fatigue

            Resilience and Reflective Writing
   4F       Gretchen Thompson, MDiv Allina Home & Community Services

        »	 Present	a	reflective	writing/sharing	model	that	builds	resilience.
        »	 Illustrate	several	ways	the	writing/sharing	model	can	be	adapted	to	fit	
           different needs or contexts
        » Practice using the writing/sharing model
        » Give examples of relevant themes the model can explore




                                                                       REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.MNHPC.ORG   8
                                4
                 tuesday 12 INSIGHT sessions
                  5 1 – 2:15 pm
                                                                    First Impression! Last Impressions
                                                          5A        Chez Raginiak 1Moment LLC

                                                               »	   Identify	how	to	make	a	positive	and	lasting	first	impression.
                                                               »	   Describe	how	to	change	your	attitude	to	create	a	better	first	impression
                                                               »    Explain effective communication techniques, to listen and be heard
                                                               »	   Examine	ways	to	feel	and	convey	respect	and	confidence	
                                                                    through better charisma

                                                                    Trends & Issues in Hospice: A National Perspective
                                                          5B        Judi Lund Person, MPH National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO)

                                                               » Summarize recent national trends and issues in hospice
                                                                 and palliative care
                                                               » Identify strategies for effectively preparing for coming changes
                                                               » Describe NHPCO’s efforts to impact regulatory and public
                                                                 policy changes

                                                                    Overcome Reimbursement Cuts and Improve
                                                          5C        Your Bottom Line
                                                                    Stan Massey Transcend Hospice Marketing Group

                                                               » Recognize the impact of reform and reimbursement issues
                                                                  affecting marketing
                                                               »	 Compare	the	options	for	financial	improvement	using	
                                                                  various marketing tools
                                                               » Share successful community awareness and marketing
                                                                  outreach case studies

                                                                    Dynamics of Discontinuing Drugs
                                                          5D        Stacey Rexrode, RPh, CGP HospiScript Services

                                                               » Explain the importance of discontinuing ineffective medications
                                                               » Identify characteristics that enable medications to be discontinued
                                                               » Describe strategies for discontinuing the medications

                                                                    Advance Care Directives and the Law
                                                          5E        April Boxeth, Esq. Voigt, Klegon and Rode, LLC

                                                               » Discuss the requirements of health care directives,
                                                                  who can serve as an agent and an agent’s responsibilities
                                                               » Analyze ethical considerations relating to alternative
                                                                  decision makers and hospice providers
                                                               »	 Define	strategies	to	resolve	issues	concerning	health	care	directives

                                                                    Images of Support:
                                                          5F
    2011 Minnesota Hospice & Palliative Care Conference




                                                                    Grief and Guided Imagery and Music Groups
                                                                    Kathryn Lindenfelser, MMus, MT-BC & Barbara Koffel, MA Hospice of the Twin Cities

                                                               » Realize the importance of grief and bereavement support
                                                               » Recognize the impact of music on eliciting imagery for
                                                                  self-awareness and growth
                                                               »	 Define	the	Bonny	Method	of	Guided	Imagery	and	Music



                                                                     Sessions likely to be of interest to volunteers
                                                                     and home health aides are marked with
                                                                     Of course, volunteers and aides are welcome in all sessions!


9
6 2:30 – 3:45 pm
            DEA, Agent of the Physician and E-Prescribing
   6A       Raeanna Lewarne, PharmD, BCPS ProCare HospiceCare

        » Explore the new DEA ruling of “The Agent of the Physician”
          and how it impacts the hospice industry
        » Examine new DEA regulations regarding E-prescribing
          of C-II – C-VI Medications
        » Review security issues relative to E-prescribing
        » Identify various options available to hospices to implement
          E-prescribing

            COPD Hospice and Palliative Care:
   6B       Do We Do Our Best?
            Carrie Black Bourassa, LRT, RRT Saint Jude Hospice

        »   Illustrate MDI, DPI, Spacer Use, and Nebulizer symptom assessment
        »   Demonstrate non-invasive airway clearance and breathing techniques
        »   Explain basic information regarding oxygen systems, CPAP and BiPAP
        »   Summarize ways to incorporate information in basic pulmonary COPD
            plan of care

            Integrating Palliative Care Into the ICU
   6C       Laura Lathrop, DNP, ANP, MPH Allina Home & Community Services

        » Identify rationale for integrating palliative care principles into the ICU
        » Review current evidence-based practice guidelines for quality palliative
          care in the ICU
        » Analyze RN led quality improvement process integrating palliative care
          into the ICU

            Your Memory Chip
   6D       Lori La Bey Senior Lifestyle Trends

        » Identify stress triggers when interacting with a person who has
          Alzheimer’s disease
        » Identify how to reduce combative behaviors and create remarkable
          moments by using YOUR MEMORY CHIP™
        » Examine how humor can remove fear and deliver “normality” to an
          abnormal situation
        » Recognize how “The Pride Principle™” and “Live o be PLLAFULL™”
          can change your interaction with an Alzheimer’s patient

            From Cradle to Grave: Pain and Symptom Assessment
   6E       Jodi Chrastek, MSN, RN, CHPN Children’s Hospitals & Clinics of Minnesota, Pain & Palliative Care
            Lores Vlaminck, RN, BSN, MA, CHPN Lores Consulting

        »   Identify the pain myths of nonverbal adults and children
        »   Compare and contrast two non-verbal pain scales
        »   List three resources for pain scales for nonverbal adults and children
        »   Describe how to implement the use of nonverbal pain scales in
            your agency

            Word Medicines:
   6F       Finding Words for Grieving, Dying and Death
            Ted Bowman, MDiv

        » Discuss the merits and limitations of using literary resources
          in daily work
        » Name and discuss three or more ways to invite story-telling
          by individuals and families as part of hospice care
        » Compose a plan for future use of writing and literary resources

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                                                           DETAILS
                                                           Conference Location
                                                           Sheraton Bloomington Hotel, Minneapolis South
                                                           7800 Normandale Blvd.
                                                           Bloomington, MN 55439
                                                           Phone: 866.837.4278 or 952.893.8490
                                                           Fax: 952.893.8431
                                                           www.sheraton.com/minneapolissouth


                                                           Who Should Attend?
                                                           This conference is designed for professionals (all disciplines) and volunteers
                                                           who work in hospice, palliative care, long term care, home care, assisted
                                                           living, and other health and community support settings.


                                                           Conference Registration
                                                           Please use the attached form for conference registration. (Only one
                                                           individual per registration form—make copies as needed.) Online
                                                           registration is also available at www.mnhpc.org. Registration fees cover
                                                           sessions, continental breakfast, breaks, and lunch.


                                                           Instant Conference Discount
                                                           MNHPC members receive a generous discount on the cost of the 2011
                                                           Conference. If you would like to join MNHPC to take advantage of this
                                                           discount, please call 651.659.0423 or go to our website at www.mnhpc.org.


                                                           Special Friends Outside Minnesota
                                                           MNHPC member rates are extended to any hospice provider that belongs to
                                                           their state’s hospice or palliative care organization.


                                                           Early Bird Registration
                                                           Online or faxed registrations received before March 25 or mailed
                                                           registrations postmarked before March 25 qualify for early bird pricing!
                                                           Registrations submitted after March 25, add $25.


                                                           Cancellations
                                                           Registration fees, minus a $25 administrative fee, will be refunded with
                                                           written cancellation notice to MNHPC, postmarked by March 25, 2011.
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                                                           Fees are not refundable after that date; however, registration may be
                                                           transferred to another person by contacting MNHPC at 651.659.0423 or
                                                           mackenzie@mnhpc.org.


                                                           Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
                                                           If you require special services to fully participate in the program,
                                                           please include a written description of your need with your registration by
                                                           March 25, 2011.




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2011 Annual Meeting
Please join us at 4 PM on Monday, April 11 for the MNHPC annual
meeting. Learn about the future of your state hospice & palliative care
organization and network with peers.


Continuing Education Units
This program has been designed to meet the Minnesota Board of
Nursing and Minnesota Board of Social Work requirements for continuing
education (up to 10.0 clock hours—Monday = 5.0 hours; Tuesday = 5.0
hours). Application has been submitted to the Board of Examiners for
Nursing Home Administrators. Visit www.mnhpc.org for updates.


Lodging
A limited number of rooms are available at the
Sheraton Bloomington Hotel, Minneapolis South
at reduced rates for conference attendees. Room
blocks are available for the nights of Sunday,
April 10 and Monday, April 11, 2011. Call the
Sheraton Bloomington Hotel, Minneapolis
South directly and mention the “2011 Minnesota
Hospice & Palliative Care Conference” room
block. Rates are effective until March 21, 2011.

       866.837.4278 or 952.893.8490
       $89/night (single/double occupancy)
       $10 charge for each additional person
       (rates exclusive of 14.275% sales tax)


Parking
Complimentary parking is available for all conference attendees 24 hours a
day in surface lots.


Online Handouts
In an effort to conserve resources and maintain affordable registration rates,
breakout/insight session handouts will be posted at www.mnhpc.org two
weeks prior to the conference. Attendees will be responsible for printing
breakout session materials.


Your Comfort is Our Concern
Sheraton Bloomington Hotel staff does their best to provide a comfortable
climate for our conference; however, sometimes it may be warmer or cooler
than you prefer. Please layer clothing to give yourself options.

As a courtesy to conference presenters and participants, we ask you to
silence cell phones and pagers during sessions.



                          Thanks to 2011 Gold Sponsor




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                                                           SCHOLARSHIPS
                                                           Minnesota Network of Hospice & Palliative Care will be giving away
                                                           two 2-day scholarships, donated by two MNHPC Board Members. The
                                                           scholarships cover conference registration for both Monday & Tuesday
                                                           of the 2011 Minnesota Hospice & Palliative Care Conference.

                                                           See Guidelines, Application, and Review Process for details on submitting
                                                           your application.

                                                             Guidelines
                                                             •	Two	scholarships	awarded	for	2-day	conference	registration
                                                             •	ONE	recipient	employed	in	rural	area	of	Greater	Minnesota	AND	
                                                               ONE	recipient	employed	in	7-county	metro	area	(Ramsey,	
                                                               Hennepin,	Washington,	Dakota,	Scott,	Carver	and	Anoka	counties)
                                                             •	Each	recipient	is	an	employee	of	a	MEMBER	hospice	or	
                                                               palliative	care	agency	or	unit
                                                             •	Recipient	is	not	a	previous	scholarship	recipient	
                                                             Application	Process
                                                             •	Applications	must	be	RECEIVED	via	e-mail	(martin@mnhpc.org)	
                                                               or	standard	mail	by	March	11,	2011
                                                             •	Application	must	include:
                                                                  »	 A	brief	letter	from	the	applicant	explaining	why	she/he	
                                                                     wants	to	attend	the	conference	and	what	they	believe	it	will	
                                                                     add	to	their	knowledge/skill	set	and	how	that	will	impact	
                                                                     patient	care.
                                                                  »	 A	brief	letter	from	the	applicant’s	immediate	supervisor	indi-
                                                                     cating	the	applicant	is	in	good	standing	and	a	valuable	part	
                                                                     of	the	team,	how	she/he	believes	the	applicant	will	benefit	
                                                                     from	attending	the	conference	and	documenting	the	lack	of	
                                                                     fiscal	support	available	from	the	employer	to	support	this	
                                                                     applicant’s	attendance.	(Note:	If	other	employees	are	being	
                                                                     sponsored	from	the	same	organization,	we	will	need	details	
                                                                     as	to	why	the	applicant	was	not	included	in	that	number	but	
                                                                     is	still	a	strong	candidate	for	scholarship.)
                                                                  »	 A	commitment,	in	either	letter,	that	the	applicant	has	
                                                                     sufficient	means	to	cover	transportation	and	lodging	costs	
                                                                     if	awarded	a	registration	scholarship.
                                                             Review	Process
                                                             •	Application	letters	will	be	reviewed	in	total	by	MNHPC	staff	and	
                                                               committee	members.
                                                             •	Decisions	will	be	based	on	the	criteria	above,	need	and	potential	
                                                               benefit,	as	expressed	by	applicants	and	their	supervisors.	
                                                             •	If	additional	information	is	desired,	the	reviewers	may	contact	
                                                               any	of	these	parties.
                                                             •	Determination	and	award	of	the	scholarship	will	be	conveyed	to	
                                                               the	successful	candidate	March	18,	2011	and	acceptance	of	the	
                                                               award	must	be	confirmed	within	48	hours	or	the	award	will	be	
                                                               rescinded	and	offered	to	another	eligible	candidate.
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                                                                                        QUESTIONS?
                                                                                     Contact MNHPC:
                                                                                651.659.0423 / 800.214.9597
                                                                                      info@mnhpc.org



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Insight Session Registration                                       Early Registration Fees                     Two-day   One-day   Payment
Circle ONE session per time slot.                                  MNHPC Members                                  $225     $125    Total Amount Enclosed: $
Monday, April 11                                                   Hospice Volunteers or                          $150      $80          Check Enclosed (payable to MNHPC)
Session 1        1A     1B        1C     1D   1E   1F              Hospice Home Health Aides                                       Please bill my:
Session 2        2A     2B        2C     2D   2E   2F                                                                                    Visa       Mastercard          Discover
Session 3        3A     3B        3C     3D   3E   3F              Non-Members                                    $275     $150    Card Number:
Tuesday, April 12                                                  If registering after March 25, 2011, add:                $25
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Session 4        4A     4B        4C     4D   4E   4F                                                                              Cardholder Name:
Session 5        5A     5B        5C     5D   5E   5F                                                                              Billing Address (if different than above):
Session 6        6A     6B        6C     6D   6E   6F

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