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June 27, 2018
11:30AM-1:00PM

The Opioid Crisis: Family and Caregiver Risk Assessment Factors & How to Respond to Them

Webinar Recording Available

Program Summary      

The disease of addiction can impact those who are caring for their loved ones in pain. No one wants to think their parents, family members, caregivers, or friends would take medications from those who are suffering in pain especially at the end of life. Unfortunately in the world we live in today, this is happening.   This session will share stories of struggles while providing pain management, palliative and end of life care. 

The presentation will share a pediatric institution’s quality improvement project on Opioid Risk Screen for Abuse in a pediatric chronic pain clinic and a homebased palliative care and hospice setting. The experts will discuss:

  • Opioid misuse issue statistics in the US and Ohio,
  • Risk factors for opioid misuse in caregivers and how this can impact pain management patients in pain and at the end of life and
  • Implementation of a quality improvement project conducted in a pediatric chronic pain clinic and homebased palliative care and hospice setting

Presenters: Sharon Wrona, DNP, RN-BC, PNP, PMHS, AP-PMN.  Dr. Wrona is the Administrative Director for the Comprehensive Pain and Palliative Care Services at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She has been a pediatric nurse for 30 years and has spent the last 16 years working in pediatric pain management as a nurse practitioner. Sharon completed her DNP at The Ohio State University as well as her Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. With Dr. Wrona’s background in working with children and adolescents she has developed a passion on safe pain management from both a prescribers and nurses prospective. 

Lisa Humphrey, MD, Hospice Medical Director and Director of Palliative Care at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Dr. Humphrey received her bachelor's degree from Columbia University, New York, New York, and her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. She completed her pediatric residency and a fellowship in pediatric hospice and palliative medicine at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Registration Fee:  OCHCH member rate is $110.00 – Non-members $199.00. An audio recording is available. Indicate if you will be calling into the live webinar or purchasing the audio recording (fee is the same). The live webinar includes the opportunity to ask questions of the presenter. If you desire to purchase both the live webinar and the audio recording, pay the registration fee and an additional $30.

Continuing Education:  The presenters and program planners have no conflict of interest in regard to this webinar. RNs and LPNs must participate in the entire presentation in order for contact hours to be awarded. Application is being made for Social Worker clock hours. 

To apply for nursing contact hours, please mail or fax an evaluation form and a $10 processing fee for each individual requesting hours. Additionally, send in a completed sign-in sheet, listing the individuals at your facility that participated and noting those requesting contact hours.  Individuals requesting contact hours will receive a certificate of contact hours earned. Approved provider status does not imply endorsement by the provider, ANCC, OBN or ONA of any products displayed in conjunction with an activity.

The Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  (OBN-001-91) (OH -157, 4/1/2019).

To Register:

Online:        CLICK HERE

Print:          Registration Form

Fax:            (614) 899-0192

Mail:           
Send your completed registration form with payment to:

                   OCHCH
                   1105 Schrock Road, Suite 120
                   Columbus, OH 43229

Questions

If you have questions please contact OCHCH at (614) 885-0434 or jim@ochch.org.

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2018-06-27 11:30:00 2018-06-27 13:00:00 America/Detroit The Opioid Crisis: Family and Caregiver Risk Assessment Factors & How to Respond to Them Program Summary       The disease of addiction can impact those who are caring for their loved ones in pain. No one wants to think their parents, family members, caregivers, or friends would take medications from those who are suffering in pain especially at the end of life. Unfortunately in the world we live in today, this is happening.   This session will share stories of struggles while providing pain management, palliative and end of life care.  The presentation will share a pediatric institution’s quality improvement project on Opioid Risk Screen for Abuse in a pediatric chronic pain clinic and a homebased palliative care and hospice setting. The experts will discuss: Opioid misuse issue statistics in the US and Ohio, Risk factors for opioid misuse in caregivers and how this can impact pain management patients in pain and at the end of life and Implementation of a quality improvement project conducted in a pediatric chronic pain clinic and homebased palliative care and hospice setting Presenters: Sharon Wrona, DNP, RN-BC, PNP, PMHS, AP-PMN.  Dr. Wrona is the Administrative Director for the Comprehensive Pain and Palliative Care Services at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She has been a pediatric nurse for 30 years and has spent the last 16 years working in pediatric pain management as a nurse practitioner. Sharon completed her DNP at The Ohio State University as well as her Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. With Dr. Wrona’s background in working with children and adolescents she has developed a passion on safe pain management from both a prescribers and nurses prospective.  Lisa Humphrey, MD, Hospice Medical Director and Director of Palliative Care at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Dr. Humphrey received her bachelor's degree from Columbia University, New York, New York, and her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. She completed her pediatric residency and a fellowship in pediatric hospice and palliative medicine at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Registration Fee:  OCHCH member rate is $110.00 – Non-members $199.00. An audio recording is available. Indicate if you will be calling into the live webinar or purchasing the audio recording (fee is the same). The live webinar includes the opportunity to ask questions of the presenter. If you desire to purchase both the live webinar and the audio recording, pay the registration fee and an additional $30. Continuing Education:  The presenters and program planners have no conflict of interest in regard to this webinar. RNs and LPNs must participate in the entire presentation in order for contact hours to be awarded. Application is being made for Social Worker clock hours.  To apply for nursing contact hours, please mail or fax an evaluation form and a $10 processing fee for each individual requesting hours. Additionally, send in a completed sign-in sheet, listing the individuals at your facility that participated and noting those requesting contact hours.  Individuals requesting contact hours will receive a certificate of contact hours earned. Approved provider status does not imply endorsement by the provider, ANCC, OBN or ONA of any products displayed in conjunction with an activity. The Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.  (OBN-001-91) (OH -157, 4/1/2019). To Register: Online:        CLICK HEREPrint:          Registration Form Fax:            (614) 899-0192Mail:           Send your completed registration form with payment to:                    OCHCH                   1105 Schrock Road, Suite 120                   Columbus, OH 43229 Questions If you have questions please contact OCHCH at (614) 885-0434 or jim@ochch.org. Webinar Recording Available