2018 Conference Schedule

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Time

Tuesday, October 2

8am - 4:30pm
CE: 7
Aspen A
  • ANCB Item Writing Workshop (CARN)
8am - 4:30pm
CE: 7
Aspen B
  • ANCB Item Writing Workshop (CARN-AP)
5pm - 8pm
Rexford
  • IntNSA Board of Directors Meeting
   

Time

Wednesday, October 3

8am - 4pm
Crystal Foyer
  • Registration
8am - 4:30pm
CE: 7
Aspen A-B
  • ANCB Item Writing Workshop
    (CARN: Aspen A; CARN-AP: Aspen B)
8am - 12noon
CE: 4
Cripple Creek 1
12:30pm - 4:30pm
CE: 4
Cripple Creek 1
8am - 12noon
CE: 4
Cripple Creek 2
12:30pm - 4:30pm
CE: 4
Cripple Creek 2
3m - 5pm
Crystal / Crestone Foyer
  • Exhibitor Set -Up
11:30am - 1pm
Crystal A
  • Chapter Presidents Luncheon
4:45pm - 5:30pm
Cripple Creek 1
  • New Member/Attendee Orientation
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Crystal Foyer
  • Welcome Reception
12noon - 8:30pm
Crestone B
  • FAN Auction Items
6:30pm - 7:30pm
CE: 1
Crystal B-C
  • Keynote Presentation:
    81. It’s Time!  Moving Beyond Interprofessional Collaboration to Achieve Transdisciplinarity in Treatment of Substance Use Disorders

    Thomasine Heitkamp, LICSW and Professor; Region 8: Mountain Plains Addiction Technology Transfer Center, University of North Dakota
   
7:45pm - 10pm
Leadville
  • JAN Editorial Board Meeting
9pm - 10pm
Rexford
  • Support Group Meeting
   
Time Thursday, October 4
5:30am - 6:30am
  • FAN Walk (Meet in Hotel Lobby)
7am - 5:30pm
Crestone B
  • FAN Auction Items
8am - 4pm
Crestone Foyer
  • Registration
    (Note: The Embassy Suites Denver offers a complimentary made-to-order breakfast for all hotel guests. Breakfast will not be provided to conference attendees who utilize an alternate hotel.)
8am - 9am
CE: 1
Crystal B-C
  • Keynote Presentation:
    78. IntNSA Presidents Welcome Address
    Stephen Strobbe, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CARN-AP, FIAAN, FAAN

    Presentation
9am - 9:30am
Crystal B-C
  • IntNSA Website Launch Presentation
    Carmel Clancy, Web Development Leader
9:40am - 10:40am
CE: 1
  • Concurrent Sessions
    (Note: Sessions in this time slot are 1 hour)
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
NOTE: All sessions to the right are 1 hour.

59. Time for a Change in Teaching Substance Use Disorders: A Curricular Thread Instead of Confined to the Mental Health Course Silo Only.
 

Theresa Fay-Hillier, DrPH, MSN, PMHCNS-BC; Drexel University.
(Note this session is 1 hour)


Presentation

5. Non-Pharmacologic Approaches to Managing Substance Use Withdrawal.
 

Bari Platter, MS,RN, PMHCNS-BC; CeDAR- Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation at University of Colorado Hospital
(Note this session is 1 hour)
 

Presentation

55. Advanced Practice Medication Assisted Treatment: Program Development and Evaluation.


Tanya Sorrell, PhD, PMHNP-BC; University of Colorado
(Note this session is 1 hour)


Presentation

10:40am - 11am
Crystal Foyer
  • Break with Exhibitors
11am - 11:30am
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  20. How Family Becomes the Solution Around Addiction & Recovery.
 

Steven "Jeff" Jones, LPC, CACIII; The Family Recovery Solutions

61. Bridging the Knowledge to Practice Gap: Developing an Interdisciplinary Addiction Nursing Fellowship Program.
 

Samantha Robinson, MPH RN; British Columbia Centre on Substance Use


Presentation

42*. The Changing Face of Opioid Use Disorder Patients.


Siobhan Morse, MHSA, CRC, CAI, MAC; Foundations Recovery Network/UHS


Jerri Wheeler, MS, NCC
Foundations Recovery Network/UHS

*1 hour session, 1 ce

11:40am - 12:10pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  33. Evaluation of Distress Tolerance and Treatment Retention in Women in Recovery for Substance Use Disorders.
 

Tamika Hudson, DNP, APRN, FNP-C; Vanderbilt University School of Nursing/The Next Door


Presentation

43. Analyzing the Success of an International Collaboration to Address Tobacco Use.
 

Elizabeth Fildes, EdD, RN, CNE, CARN-AP, PHNA-BC, FIAAN; Chamberlain College of Nursing


Presentation

42*. The Changing Face of Opioid Use Disorder Patients.
 

Siobhan Morse, MHSA, CRC, CAI, MAC; Foundations Recovery Network/UHS


Jerri Wheeler, MS, NCC
Foundations Recovery Network/UHS

*1 hour session, 1 ce

12:20pm - 2pm
CE: 1
Crystal B-C
  • Lunch and Panel Presentation:
    79. International Panel Session on Marijuana
2:10pm - 2:40pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  26. Informing Recovery-Oriented Care: A Theory of the Transition from Pain Initiation to Medication-Assisted Treatment.
 

Mary Lee Roberts, PhD, RN; Washington State University College of Nursing


Presentation

69. HIV Treatment and Prevention: A New Paradigm for Injection Drug Users.
 

Justin Alves, RN, ACRN, CARN; Massachusetts General Hospital


Presentation

39. Substance Use in the Nursing, the Dirty Little Secret; Utilizing Simulation to Educate Nursing Students: A Collaborative Project.
 

Fara Bowler, MS, ANP-C, CHSE; University of Colorado, College of Nursing


Presentation

2:50pm - 3:20pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  15. Nurses in Recovery: A Healthcare Professional's Group Therapy Program.
 

Bari Platter, MS, RN, PMHCNS-BC; Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation (CeDAR) at University of Colorado Hospital
 

Presentation

48. Supporting Breastfeeding for Women on Opioid Maintenance Therapy: A Systematic Review.
 

Margaret Doerzbacher, MSN, NNP-BC; University at Buffalo School of Nursing
 

Presentation

49. Engaging Nurses in the Care of Patients with Alcohol and Opioid Use Problems: Understanding the Factors that Influence Nurses’ Readiness.
 

Khadejah Mahmoud, MSN, BSN; University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing

3:20pm - 3:40pm
Crystal Foyer
  • Break with Exhibitors
3:40pm - 4:10pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  46. Evaluating Emergency Department Opioid Prescribing Behaviors After Education About Mandated Use of the Pennsylvania Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.
 

Jennifer Martello, DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-BC; University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing


Presentation 

65. Letting Go: Recognizing Codependent Behavior.
 

Fran Campbell, MSN, RN, MEd, PMHCNS-BC, CARN


Presentation

84. IntNSA’s Position Paper on Women and Substance Use

Ann Mitchell, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FIAAN, FAAN; University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing
*1 hour session, 1 ce
4:20pm - 4:50pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  64. Improved Neurocognitive Functioning Among Nurses and Other Healthcare Professionals Initiating Recovery from Addiction.
 

Joseph Schumacher, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology; Bradford Health Services

54. Advanced Practice Integrated Care for Opiate Use Disorders.

Tanya Sorrell

Presentation

84. IntNSA’s Position Paper on Women and Substance Use

Ann Mitchell, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FIAAN, FAAN; University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing
*1 hour session, 1 ce
5pm - 5:45pm
CE: 0.75
Crestone Foyer
  • Poster Sessions - See titles and author below.
6:30pm - 9pm
Crystal B-C
  • Awards Banquet
9pm - 10pm
Rexford
  • Support Group Meeting
   
Time Friday, October 5

5:30am - 6:30am

  • FAN Walk (Meet in Hotel Lobby)
7am - 5:30pm
Crestone B
  • FAN Auction Items


7am - 8:15am
Rexford
  • Journal Club
8am - 4pm
Crestone Foyer
  • Registration
    (Note: The Embassy Suites Denver offers a complimentary made-to-order breakfast for all hotel guests. Breakfast will not be provided to conference attendees who utilize an alternate hotel.)
8:30am - 9:30am
CE: 1
Crystal B-C
  • Keynote Presentation:
    76. Trends in Opioid Misuse and Abuse and The Clinical Value of Medication Monitoring in the Treatment of Substance Abuse Disorders (SUD)
    Joseph Stanton, PhD; Millennium Health

    Presentation

9:40am - 10:10am
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  14. Cannabis Use Disorder: What Nurses Need to Know.
 

Bari Platter, MS, RN, PMHCNS-BC; Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation (CeDAR), University of Colorado Hospital
 

Presentation

38. An Interdisciplinary Educational Collaboration on an Addictions Certificate between Nursing and Social Work Faculties.
 

Dana Murphy-Parker, MS, CRNP, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP, FIAAN, DNPc; Widener University


Presentation

23. Exploring Experiences of Health Care Providers in the Management of Clients on Opiate Replacement Therapy in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
 

Geoffrey Maina, RN, PhD; University of Saskatchewan


Presentation

10:20am - 10:50am
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  47. Answering the Call for Opioid Education Three Phase Exploratory Study.
 

Aimee Techau, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP; University of Colorado & Aurora Mental Health

24. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Medication Assisted Therapy in Primary Care Offices.
 

Tonja Padgett, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC; Indiana University School of Nursing


Presentation


10:50am - 11:10am
Crystal Foyer
  • Break with Exhibitors
11:10am - 12:10noon
CE: 1.0
  • Keynote Presentation:
    80. Recent Insights About Addiction From A Neurodevelopmental Perspective
    Aaron White, PhD; National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

    Presentation
12:10pm - 2pm
  • Lunch ON YOUR OWN
2:05pm - 2:35pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  19*. Peer Assistance Programs and Perspectives.
 

Becky Eisenhut, MS, RN, CASAC, CARN; Statewide Peer Assistance for Nurses (SPAN) NYS Nurses Association.
*1 hour session, 1 ce


Presentation Eisenhut
Presentation Furman
Presentation Garcia
Presentation Rice
Presentation Simpson


17. Adding Complementary Approaches to Substance Use Disorder Treatment Content within Nursing Curricula.
 

Julie Worley, PhD, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP; Rush University


Presentation

2:45pm - 3:15pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  19*. Peer Assistance Programs and Perspectives.
 

Becky Eisenhut, MS, RN, CASAC, CARN; Statewide Peer Assistance for Nurses (SPAN) NYS Nurses Association.
*1 hour session, 1 ce

58. Sociodemographic Profiles and Clinical Outcomes for Clients on Methadone Treatment in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan: Implications for Practice.
 

Geoffrey Maina, PhD; University of Saskatchewan


Presentation

IntNSA Website Review

Presentation
3:15pm - 3:45pm
Crystal Foyer
  • Extended Break with Exhibitors and Snacks
3:45pm - 4:15pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  9. The 12 Steps Simplified.


Roseann Rook, CADC; Timberlineknolls


Presentation


12. “Blow Up the Pokies:” Problem Electronic Gaming Machine (EGM) Gambling in Older Adults.
 

Adam Searby, RN, PhD; RMIT University


Presentation

IntNSA Website Review

Presentation
4:25pm - 4:55pm
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
 

68. Neuroscience of Substance Use Disorders.


Michelle Tsai, DNP, PMHNP-BC; Arlington County Dept. of Human Services

67. Factors that Influence Hazardous Alcohol Consumption and Substance Abuse Treatment among College Students: A Systematic Review.
 

Myrthle Henry, PhD(c), RN; University of Miami

10. Patterns of Psychoactive Substance used in Indigenous Karipuna Communities in the Municipality of Oiapoque-AP.
 

Fernanda Castelo Branco, University professor; Federal University of Amapá


Presentation

 

5pm - 5:45pm
CE: 0.75
Crestone Foyer
  • Poster Sessions - See titles and author below.
6pm - 8pm
Rexford
  • FAN Board of Trustees Meeting
 
  • Dinner on your own
6pm - 9:30pm
Leadville
  • ANCB Board Meeting
9pm - 10pm
Rexford
  • Support Group Meeting
   
Time Saturday, October 6
5:30am - 6:30am
  • FAN Walk (Meet in Hotel Lobby)
7am - 12noon
Crestone B
  • FAN Auction Items
8am - 11am
Crestone Foyer
  • Registration
    (Note: The Embassy Suites Denver offers a complimentary made-to-order breakfast for all hotel guests. Breakfast will not be provided to conference attendees who utilize an alternate hotel.)
8am - 9:30am
CE: 1.5
9:40am - 10:10am
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  28*. Caring for Addictions in a Medical Setting: The Rise of the Behavioral Resource Nurse Role.
 

Genevieve Chandler, PhD, RN; University of Massachusetts Amherst.
*1 hr session, 1 ce


Presentation

35. Improvement in Substance Use Disorder Performance Measures After Addition of an Addiction Consult Service in a General Medical Hospital Setting.
 

Melissa Milne, DNP, APNP, FNP-BC; Ascension Wisconsin - All Saints


Presentation

85. SBIRT Plus Recovery Management

Katherine Fornili, DNP, MPH, RN, CARN, FIAAN; University of Maryland

Presentation
10:20am - 10:50am
CE: 0.5
  • Concurrent Sessions
  Crystal B-C Crystal A Crestone A
  28*. Caring for Addictions in a Medical Setting: The Rise of the Behavioral Resource Nurse Role.
 

Genevieve Chandler, PhD, RN; University of Massachusetts Amherst.
*1 hr session, 1 ce


Presentation

40. A Program for Unit-Based Nurse Leaders to Mitigate the Impact of Impaired Nursing Practice in the Workplace.
 

Fara Bowler, MS, ANP-C, CHSE; University of Colorado, College of Nursing


Presentation

60. Exploration of the Unmet Health Care Needs of Persons Who Inject Drugs.
 

Kimberly Dion, PhD, RN, CNE; University of Massachusetts Amherst


Presentation

11am - 12noon
CE: 1
Crystal B-C
  • Keynote Presentation:
    77. President of The American Nurses Association

    Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
    35th President of the American Nurses Association
Presentation
12:20pm Meet in Hotel Lobby for Foothills Tour (Busses depart promptly at 12:30pm!)
   
Time Sunday, October 7
8am - 12noon
Leadville
  • IntNSA Board of Directors Meeting
   
  Poster Sessions
  Thursday Friday
  30. How to Read a Research Article.


Lynn Shell, PhD, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP; Rutgers University



71. Emerging Trends: Integrating Internet and Pornography Addiction in the Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum.


Virginia A. Coletti, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC, CARN; Stony Brook University School of Nursing



63. Using Reflection in the Classroom to Decrease the Stigma and Discrimination of Persons Who Use Drugs.


Kimberly Dion, PhD, RN, CNE; University of Massachusetts Amherst



6. Design of REMIT an APP Formulated by MI Theory to Prevent High Risk Drinking in College Students.


Donna Kazemi, PhD, RN; University of North Carolina Charlotte



34.  Bringing Integrative Care to Life~Comprehensive Assessment Program & Licensed Professionals Program.

Valerie Kading, DNP, MSN, PMHNP-BC; Sierra Tucson



22. Substance Use and Mental Health for Minority Transgender Youth: Implications for Primary Care Practitioners.


Phyllis Raynor, PhD, PMHNP-BC, APRN; University of South Carolina



32. Primary Health Care Treatment to Substance Abuse: Nurse’s Challenges in the Brazilian Context.


Dionasson Altivo Marques, PhD student; University of São Paulo

Presentation



44. Integrating Behavioral Health in Native American Primary Care: The Process of developing a Collaborative Community Partnership.


Yu-Ping Chang, PhD, RN, FGSA; University at Buffalo School of Nursing


 

8. The Effect of a Mindfulness Intervention on the Depression Symptoms of Mothers in Treatment for an Opioid Use Disorder.


Karen Alexander, MSN, RN; Duquesne University



41. Barriers and Facilitators of Buprenorphine Prescribing Among Nurse Practitioners in Massachusetts.


Andrea Caputo, MSN, FNP-BC, CARN-AP; Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program

Presentation


 

 

45. Cultivating Future Behavioral Health Workforce in Underserved Areas: The Development and Outcome of Addiction-Focused Interprofessional Education.


Yu-Ping Chang, PhD, RN, FGSA; University at Buffalo School of Nursing


 

13. SBIRT/MI School-Based Therapy Pilot Study.


Kimberly Williams, DNS, PMHNP-BC, PHNA-BC, ANP-BC; Kent State University



29. Attitudes of Nursing Students Towards Alcohol Consumption.

Presentation


João Carlos de Claudio, Master's Degree student; University of São Paulo-School of Nursing



51. Degrees of Satisfaction in the Work Process, Workload and Attitudes of Nurses in Health Services to Attend Users of Psychoactive Substances: Correlational Study.


Maria Pereira, Maria Odete; Federal University of Minas Gerais / School of Nursing



37. Lofexidine for Treatment of Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms in Opioid-Dependent Adults.


Marian Currens, CRNP; Center for Addiction Medicine, University of Maryland

Presentation



21. Research Partnerships with Faith-Based Communities to Improve Recovery from Mental Illness and Substance Use: An Integrative Review.


Phyllis Raynor, PhD, PMHNP-BC, APRN; University of South Carolina


 

50. The Problematic use of Alcohol and Drugs by the University Students: To Know to Prevent.


Juliana Lemos Rabelo; Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre- HPCA



18. Increase Nurse Perceived Competency in Care of Patients with Opioid Use Disorder.


Kyle Gallant, BSN, RN.



16. Improving Patient Outcomes with Wernicke Encephalopathy Treatment.


Gennady "Gene" Shiling, RN, BSN, CARN; Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation (CeDAR) at University of Colorado Hospital



62. Evidence of Validity of the Key-Question for Screening Alcohol use in Primary Care.


Marjorie Ester D. Maciel, Doctoral Degree in Science.


   

 

 

 

 

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