– NP Forum Schedule –
The latest concerns regarding both global and specific pediatric infectious diseases will be discussed.
Dr. Delgado will discuss the importance of catching HS early and several strategies for managing this progressive and debilitating disease.
Venturing out on your own can be a daunting task, but more and more advanced practitioners are entering the world of independent practice and facing the challenges that go along with it. The journeys into nursepreneurship will be discussed and pearls for beginning your journey as an advanced practice provider. Come and listen to two providers' accounts of how they started their own practices and the struggles and successes that came with them including how to help grow your practice as quickly as you desire using simple marketing techniques.
Learn high yield dermatopathology clinical pearls that will enhance your clinical practice and patient care through common clinical scenarios.
Hidradenitis suppurativa - the most common disease your patient has never heard of. It's not as rare as we once thought and there are some critical ways you can help people with HS - we'll talk about how you can bust myths, educate your patient, and change their lives!
A Pilot's Journey with Pemphigus Vulgaris is a patient's journey from diagnosis, severe disease, treatment, and finally remission. All while attempting to continue a career as an airline pilot and how this journey has affected a patient's career and family.
This presentation will explore skin manifestations of peripheral vascular disease. Etiology and clinical assessment will be discussed. Treatment options to maintain and restore skin integrity will be covered. As the target audience will be APRNs & PAs, appropriate referrals and pharmacology will also be discussed.
Basic immunology principles, management strategies, and outcomes within the field of dermatology will be discussed.
This session will cover different strategies for assessing outcomes and how to foster a system of continuous quality improvement. Discussion will include identifying problem patients, clinical practices, and providers; managing communications and expectations, getting buy-in from a clinical team and avoiding finger pointing, and how to embrace digging into your patient data. Specific clinical cases where Portrait would now handle things differently than in the past will be reviewed. There will be opportunity to discuss how to implement quality improvement systems in your own clinical practice, and how these systems can inspire you, your team, and your patients.