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2019 Annual AAE Conference: Where Asthma Education falls into place

June 7,8,9 Buffalo, NY (Pre-Conference Activities and Courses June 6)


Hotel

Brochure

Special Content

Speakers and Vendors

BUFFALO GRAND (formerly Adam's Mark




Download the 2019 AAE Preliminary Agenda
Schedule subject to change

Pharmacology Pre-Conference Course:  Pharmacologic Management of All Things Wheezy and Itchy

ACCREDITATION

Annual Conference Brochure Coming Soon


Research Posters

Pound Fitness Class  Saturday 6:15 am

Community Service Project Thursday 5:30pm-7:30pm (see details in Agenda below)

Image result for niagara falls us side view

NEW! Visit the Falls!!!!

CLICK HERE for group trip details!


For those that missed out on the bus sign up, they can take the city bus into Niagara Falls from Downtown Buffalo for only $2 one way following the below schedule:

 https://metro.nfta.com/routes/pdfs/40.pdf

Agenda (Floorplan Below)

Thursday, June 6 .

PRE-CONFERENCE EVALUATION LINKS   Please complete at your earliest convenience 

 8:00am - 3:30pm Board Of Directors Meeting

 8:00am - 4:00pm 

Pharmacologic Management of All Things Wheezy and Itchy

Faculty:

Maureen George PhD, RN, AE-C, FAAN

Karen L. Gregory, DNP, APRN, CNS, RRT, AE-C, FAARC

Marcia Winston, RN, MSN, CPNP, AE-C, 

Total Credits: 6.5 

 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Don’t Let Asthma Sideline You! Community Service Project (Must Register for this event)

We need volunteers to assess using the ACT and serve as coaches at the activity stations.  Please join us to engage in meaningful action, increase awareness and teach how to overcome barriers related to asthma control and self-management!  

(You don’t have to be asthma certified to volunteer, if you speak Spanish, that would be helpful, but not necessary.)

 Exercise and Motivation

  • 1.      Jump Rope + Hula Hoop
  • 2.      Football Drills
  • 3.      Peer to Peer Talk – I Have Asthma and I Feel Great

Medication and Adherence

  • 1.      Technique + Spacer Use
  • 2.      Quick Reliever (Rescue) vs. Controller

Environmental Triggers

  • 1.      Home Trigger Assessment + Games
  • 2.      Second-Hand Smoke / Vaping
  • Email us @ admin@asthmaeducators.org to volunteer if you have not already!


Friday,June 7 . Evaluation Link Please complete at the end of each learning day. 

CE/CRCE/ACPE - 8.5 Units

CME with Infoception - 9.5 Units

 6:30am Registration/Check-in
Registration Desk
 7:00am

BREAKFAST: Product Theater - Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide (FeNO)                                        Renee Bomar MSN, APRN, CPNP   (Circassia) . Click Here for additional details 

Grand Ballroom
 8:00am Welcome to Buffalo!  Mike Shoemaker, Dr. Gale Burstein (Erie County Commissioner of Health) Grand Ballroom
 8:10am A Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery: Asthma COPD Overlap Dr. Archana Mishra  Grand Ballroom
 9:10am

Asthma Disparities Checklist 2019: What Every Educator Needs to Know                               

Dr. Randall Brown

 Grand Ballroom
 10:10am Visit Exhibitors  Grand Hall
 10:30am Asthma after the Sun Goes Down (PBL)  Dr. Cathy Kier Grand Ballroom
 11:30am All That “Wheezes” (or coughs) is Not asthma Dr. Kalliope Tsirilakis  Grand Ballroom
 12:30pm

LUNCH: Product Theater presented by Randall Brown, MD sponsored by Teva Pharmaceuticals 

Visit Vendors at 1:15 . Click here for additional details 

Grand Ballroom

Grand Hall

 1:45pm Practical Approaches to Improving Asthma Care in Clinical Practice: What's Old, What's New in 2019 Randall Brown Grand Ballroom
 2:45pm Breakout:  School-based Asthma Care Planning: From the Provider to the School to the Student Sally Schoessler Grand Ballroom
 2:45pm Fundamentals of Asthma  Dr. Heather Lehman Wright room
 2:45pm Role of Public/Private Partnerships for Asthma Intervention & Education Cara Matteliano Grand D
 2:45  FeNO - How To Incorporate Into Your Practice - Ryan Burton Richardson room
 3:45pm Visit Exhibitors Grand Hall 
 4:00pm Asthma Poster Winners - Oral Presentations (3) 

Julio Rebolledo . 

AAE Blount Innovative Approach to Pediatric Asthm…ce in Schools.pdf

AAE Wruck Is the Lets Take Control of Asthma Flip…ucation Tool.pdf

AAE Quaranta Improving Asthma Management in S…l Framework.ppt

A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TO IMPROVE TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT OF METERED DOSE INHALER AND SPACER TECHNIQUE IN A PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, Submitted by Lisa Bell, MSN, CPNP

Grand Hall
 5:00pm Asthma Project Posters - Viewing and Q&A 

Julio Rebolledo 

  1. A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT TO IMPROVE TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT OF METERED DOSE INHALER AND SPACER TECHNIQUE IN A PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, Submitted by Lisa Bell, MSN, CPNP

  2. AAE Brown COPD Assessment in Primary Care to Id…Exacerbation.pdf

  3. AAE Clifton Impact of Provider Communication of t…t Revisits for.pdf

  4. AAE Dailah Self Management Educatio Program for…Saudi Arabia.pdf

  5. AAE ENCORE Banks Asthma Control Test Score is A…Patients with.pdf

  6. AAE ENCORE Banks Asthma Control Test Scores Co…Patients with.pdf

  7. AAE ENCORE Gilbert Therapy Satisfaction and Disea… Respiratory.pdf

  8. AAE ENCORE Carlton Developing a Point of Care Sc… Treat Severe.pdf

  9. AAE ENCORE Haynes Group Visit for High Risk Ped…t Initiative to.pdf

  10. AAE ENCORE Higgins Asthma - Its Not Just Meds Anymore.pdf

  11. AAE ENCORE Holmes Addition of Spirometry Testin…hma Severity.pdf

  12. AAE Kore Implementation of Evidence Based Qualit…mmunity for.pdf

  13. AAE Miley Office of School Health Asthma Case Ma…ent Program.pdf

  14. AAE Olmstead Objective Testing Before Discharge L…ission Rates.pdf

  15. AAE Quaranta Improving Asthma Management in S…l Framework.pdf

  16. AAE Reed Rural Urban Differences in Outcomes of a…ting Program.pdf

  17. AAE Sawicki Impact of Live Webinar Asthma Educat…ool Children.pdf

  18. AAE Toro-Linnehan Evidence Based Asthma Eduatio…tting Usinng.pdf

  19. AAE Wruck Is the Lets Take Control of Asthma Flip…ucation Tool.pdf

  20. AAE Clifton Impact of Provider Communication of the Asthma Action Plan on Hospital Outpatient Revisits for.pdf

Grand Hall for Discussion
 5:30pm
Meet and Greet Reception

Music by Al Keith, CRT

Cash bar / hors d'oeuvres

Grand Hall

6:30pm - 8:30pm Sharing Ideas -- Promoting Innovation as We Face the Challenges of Asthma LeRoy Graham, MD


Wright Room 


Saturday, June 8  Evaluation Link Please complete at the end of each learning day. 

6.0 Units 

6:15am


6:15am

POUND Fitness Class

(What is Pound?)

Fun Run/Walk

 Preconvene area near ballroom

Meet in Lobby


 7:15am

Registration - Sign-in for attendance (Coffee/Tea)

Registration Desk/Exhibit Area
 8:15am Keynote Address - Working with that teenager who "doesn't have asthma"! Dr. Jamie Wooldridge Grand Ballroom
 9:15am BREAKFAST:

Product Theater sponsored by AstraZeneca Gwen Carlton

Click Here for additional Detail 

Grand Ballroom
 10:15am Grand Ballroom
 11:15am Differentiating Asthma from Anaphylaxis: A Challenge in School and Community Setting Sally Schoessler & Cara Kraft
Grand Ballroom D
 11:15am School Setting - Fundamentals of QI and the PDSA Cycle Jamie Wooldridge

Richardson

 11:15am "Exercise effects of asthma in kids"  Karen Gregory, C. Michael Bowman Grand Ballroom
12:15pm LUNCH: (to 1:00 PM) Product Theatre Catherine Kier

Sponsored By Regeneron

Click here for additional detail 

Grand Ballroom
 1:00pm to 1:30pm
Vendor/ Exhibit
Grand Hall

 1:30pm Asthma Coverage Project Hannah Green
Grand Ballroom

 2:30 pm

Vendor Exhibit/Refreshments Grand Hall
2:45pm Topic 1:  Respiratory Medications and Devices Dewey Hahlbohm PA Wright Room
2:45pm Topic 2:  Value-Based Payment System - Stephen Cook Grand Ballroom
 2:45pm Topic 3:   Assessing and Managing Patients with Cough Cathy Kier, MD
Grand Ballroom D
 2:45pm Topic 4: Assembling the Asthma Team for Your School Kim Utech & Mark Hoffman Richardson
 3:45pm Topic 1: Music-based Health Education Al Keith Grand Ballroom
 3:45pm Topic 2: Exercise-induced bronchospasm Karen Gregory, C. Michael Bowman Wright Room
3:45pm Topic 3: Cigarettes are so Yesterday! Learn how JUULs, e-cigarettes and hookah contribute to nicotine addiction - Lorene Alba AE-C Grand Ballroom D
 3:45pm Topic 4: Spirometry Amanda Clark Richardson
 4:45pm  Hand in Form

Registration Desk

5:15pm Niagara Falls Trip must be pre-registered Lobby 
6:05pm
 Buffalo Bisons Baseball Game (Click here for tickets)


 

Sunday, June 9 Evaluation Link Please complete at the end of each learning day. 

CE/CRCE/ACPE - 3.75 Units 

CME - 3.5 Units 

6:30am Registration - Sign in for attendance Registration Desk
7:00am

BREAKFAST: Product Theatre

Sponsored by GSK "Overview of Severe Asthma" Anne Marie Irani, MD . Click here for Details 

Grand Ballroom
8:00am Social Determinants of Health Dr. Dennis Kuo
 Grand Ballroom
9:00am Directly Observed Therapy (Adherence) Dr. Cheryl Lawrence & Paul Tremblay RN, URMC
 Grand Ballroom
10:00am  Asthma Publications: Year in Review Dr. Gregory Metz and Elisa Thompson APRN  Grand Ballroom
11:00am President's State of the AAE and Adjournment Mona Tsoukleris PharmD, MS  Grand Ballroom
11:45am
Closing/Wrap up
 Grand Ballroom
11:45am
Adjournment/Hotel Departure



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