REGISTER| NDNA 2020 VIRTUAL Annual Meeting and Fall Conference

Webinar/Online

Monday, September 21, 2020 at 4:30pm CT - Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 4:30pm CT
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Topic

Care and Support of Vulnerable Populations: Key Considerations for the Nursing Profession

Credits Offered

This event offers 6.5 contact hours to attendees.
Accredited by This continuing nursing education activity was approved by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.


Additional Information

Annual Meeting and Fall Conference 2020  EVENT IS VIRTUAL

Care and Support of Vulnerable Populations: Key Considerations for the Nursing Profession

September 21-22, 2020 REGISTER AT: www.ndna.org

CALL IN/LOG ON INFORMATION WILL BE COMING TO REGISTRANTS IN THE WEEKS/DAYS BEFORE THE CONFERENCE

AGENDA – Monday, Sept 21

3:00 to 4:00 pm

NDNA VIRTUAL Monthly Board Meeting

 

4:30 to 7:00 pm

 

NDNA VIRTUAL Annual Business Meeting

 

AGENDA – Tuesday, Sept 22

7:30 to 8:00

8:00 to 8:10

8:10 to 8:15

8:15 to 9:15

Kick off the day!  VIRTUAL Silent Auction opens!

Welcome and opening remarks - Tessa Johnson, NDNA President

Introduction of first speaker

Don Moseman – “Workplace Violence”

9:15 to 9:20

Intro next speaker

9:20 to 10:50

Michelle Gayette and Nikki Wegner – “Abuse Later in Life”

10:50 to 11:00

Break – please our visit VIRTUAL vendor page; intro next speaker

11:00-12:00

Brooke Fredrickson – “Weight Neutral Healthcare”

12:00 to 12:05  

Transition to lunch

12:05 to 12:40

LUNCH – on your own

12:40 to 12:45

Reconvene after lunch/intro next speaker

12:45 to 1:45

Analena Lunde – “Human Trafficking”

1:45 to 1:50

Intro next speaker

1:50 to 2:50

Leah Beekman – “Nurse Burnout”

2:50 to 3:05

Break – please visit our VIRTUAL vendor page; VIRTUAL Silent Auction winners announced; intro last speaker

3:05 to 4:05

Shauna L. Eberhardt – “Language Matters”

4:05 to 4:20

Wrap up and evaluations

 

 **There is no conflict of interest for any planner or presenter involved with this activity.

**Criteria for successful completion: Must attend 1 or more sessions and complete an evaluation to receive contact hours certificate. **Total contact hours offered is 6.5.

**This continuing nursing education activity was approved by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

"Meet the Speakers!"

Don Moseman Presenting on Workplace Violence and Nurses

Don served in the United States Air Force for seven years as an Electronic Nuclear Weapon Specialist. He obtained the highest security clearance in the Air Force at that time, which was for Critical Nuclear Weapon Design Information.

After earning a bachelor's degree in criminal justice, Don separated from the Air Force and served as a state trooper for nearly 20 years, with 10 years specializing in driver education and safety programs. During his time as a trooper Don had many duties, including hand-to-hand combat instruction and participating in the federal anti-school violence program. In 2003, he was recognized as the Law Enforcement Education Officer of the Year by the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms for his work in combating school violence. In 2007, Don joined the National Safety Council as their Director of Government Programs.

In total, Don has taught more than 1,000 law enforcement courses and instructed over 30,000 people. He has studied 100+ school and workplace shootings and has responded to three active shooter events. He has also instructed nearly 200 Active Shooter and Violence Prevention courses in 17 states, and is a workplace and house of worship approved instructor by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. 

Some of courses he teaches:

Advanced Safety Certificate Program

Supervisor Safety Development

Certified Instructor:

Self Protection and Predator Awareness

Railroad Safety Presentations

Scaffolds

Sexual Harassment Training for Employees

Sexual Harassment Training for Supervisors

Michelle Gayette with Nikki Wegner Presenting Abuse Later in Life

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 Michelle and Nikki will compare Alzheimer's disease and dementia. They will provide information on how to help to recognize how Alzheimer's disease affects the brain, how to identify the three stages of Alzheimer's, and how to respond. They will also identify types of abuse, how to recognize signs of abuse in later life, how to report abuse in later life, and services and resources available.

Brooke Fredrickson Presenting "Weight Neutral Healthcare"

Brooke is a licensed registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator. She graduated from NDSU in 2005 with a degree in dietetics and minor in psychology. She has a healthcare consulting business and an in-person and virtual private practice where she helps people improve their relationship with food and their bodies. She currently serves on the ND Board of Dietetic Practice and is a former president of the North Dakota Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics. Outside of work, you will find her attending her sons activities, visiting her daughter at the Anne Carlsen Center, or planning her next hiking adventure.

Weight-Neutral Healthcare: Has healthcare become too weight focused? Have we lost sight of adequate nutrition and overall well being in our attempts to make people smaller? Emerging science is showing the detrimental effects of weight discrimination and dieting on both physical and mental health. Many weight loss programs prescribed for people in larger bodies would be considered eating disorder behavior in a thin person. This session will present the latest research on weight science and bias, and how to move your practice from weight-centric to weight-neutral.

  

Dr. Analena M. Lunde Presenting on Human Trafficking

Dr. Analena M. Lunde is a Human Trafficking Navigator and Youth Specialist for Western North Dakota currently employed with Youthworks. In her role as a Navigator and Youth Specialist, Dr. Lunde works on a statewide team, providing training, technical assistance, and case management support for victims of sex and labor trafficking. She serves as a subject matter expert and clinical practitioner on human trafficking and complex trauma working with runaway and homeless youth. She has provided training at the McCain Institute for International Leadership and the National Network for Youth to certify multi-level experienced providers on human trafficking. She serves as a board member and advisor on various local, state and national human trafficking and forensic nurse councils, actively participating in policy development, education, and practice translation. As a nurse activist, Dr. Lunde's interests and passion are noted as she promotes awareness, health education, and policy change for many survivors of trafficking, violence, and abuse.

 Dr. Lunde has over 20 years of experience in emergency medicine, critical care, surgical services, psychiatric mental health, pediatric medicine, public health, and forensic medicine. In addition to her primary role at Youthworks, she is the lead sexual assault forensic nurse examiner in Dickinson, North Dakota working for the Central Dakota Forensic Nurse Examiners program. She provides forensic services for the adult and pediatric population. Dr. Lunde earned her Doctorate in Nursing Practice and her recently published work "Trauma-Informed Education Toolkit for Screening Pediatric Victims of Sexual Abuse and

Maltreatment", has been accepted and implemented for the Central Dakota Forensic Nurse Examiners program and part of the intake at CHI St. Alexius and hospitals nationwide. She continues to teach in both the Associate of Applied Science and Bachelor of Science in Nursing for online programs and serves as a Curriculum Program Advisor for the Master of Science in Nursing at Brookline College, Arizona. Dr. Lunde has won numerous academic and community awards for her work and services. She was recently featured by the North Dakota Human Trafficking Task Force for her work, outreach and development of specialized services for Western North Dakota.

Academic Background:

Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP), Walden University Master of

Science in Nursing (MSN), Walden University

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), The Catholic University of America Bachelor of

Arts in International Affairs (BA), Marquette University

Associate of Arts in Paramedicine (AA), Northern Virginia Community College

Trauma and Resilience Professional Certification-Level One

Cognitive Behavioural Trauma (CBT) Practitioner-UDemy

Leah Beekman Presenting "Nurse Burnout"

Leah is a Registered Nurse who graduated from NDSU in 2012.  She then obtained her Masters of Nursing Education from the University of Mary in 2016. Her thesis work focused on nurse burnout, and she is passionate about the topic, helping to retain bedside nurses. She currently practices at the Fargo VA as a nurse in the ICU, while also co-chairing the RN Transition to Practice Program. Additionally, she teaches part time for NDSU both online and as a clinical instructor. Outside of work, you can typically find her with her family, especially her four nieces and nephews, or enjoying physical activity such as volleyball, hot yoga or rollerblading.

 Nurse Burnout is a reality in the work setting, especially for nurses working at the bedside, but can be difficult to identify. Focusing on causative factors and strategies to prevent and alleviate professional nurse burnout, for employers and educational settings. Reducing nurse burnout can increase nurse satisfaction and retention, while also improving the quality of patient care delivered.

  

Shauna Eberhardt Presenting "Language Matters"

Shauna Eberhardt is currently licensed as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and Licensed Masters Addiction Counselor (LMAC). She holds a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision and specializes in stage-based treatment for individuals with severe mental health and substance use disorders. She is the Clinical Director at Southeast Human Service Center in Fargo, ND and has previously taught for Capella University in their Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.

Language Matters: This presentation outlines the key features of the recovery management philosophy, which aligns with best practices in substance use treatment. The goal of the presentation is to help the audience to recognize the potential impacts of stigma and stigmatizing language with this population, and present alternative ways of perceiving and talking about substance use disorders within the field of healthcare.