2:50 – 3:10 pm Thursday, September 3

Paper Presentations: Global Health — WHO Global Childhood Cancer Initiative: Relevance for Nursing Immigrant and Vulnerable Families Facing Childhood Cancer in the United States (220-2)

In 2017, the WHO World Health Assembly passed the Cancer Prevention and Control through an Integrated Approach (WHA70.12) resolution under a wide agreement that cancer is an increasing public health issue. In 2018, WHO created the Global Initiative for Childhood Cancer (GICC) to galvanize the Ministries of Health to prioritize childhood cancer in low- and middle-income countries (L&MIC).

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Speaker:
Julia Challinor, PhD RN MA Ed MSc Medical Anthropology
CNE Hours
0.33
2:30 – 3:30 pm Friday, September 4

Preparing Patients and Families for the Off-Therapy Transition (230)

Completion of cancer-directed therapy can be an exciting time for patients and their families but may also be anxiety provoking as they face a new set of challenges and a “new normal.” Patients may be returning to school with new needs for academic accommodations or returning to the care of their primary care provider, who may have limited experience with childhood cancer survivors.

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Speaker:
Emily Browne, DNP RN CPNP
CNE Hours
1
2:30 – 3:30 pm Friday, September 4

Below the Surface:  Applying Evidence-Based Practice in Skin Care Management with the Hematopoietic Cell Transplant Patient (229)

Children and adolescents undergoing hematopoietic cell transplant (HCT) are at high risk for developing skin complications. Nurses play a vital role in the assessment, prevention, and management of skin issues in this population where multiple factors lead to skin complications.

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Speaker:

Nancy Noonan, MS RN PCNS-BC BMTCN®

Linda Abramovitz, MSN RN CNS FAAN BMTCN®

Lisa Pinner, RN MSN CNS BMTCN® CPON® 

CNE Hours
1
2:30 – 3:30 pm Friday, September 4

This is Awkward...  Having Difficult Conversations about AYA Sexual Health (227)

Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) is a key aspect of physical health, emotional health, and quality of life in adolescents and young adults (AYAs) with cancer and blood disorders both during and after treatment. AYAs increasingly identify concerns with sexual function, contraception, fertility, and psychosexual adjustment and report conversations on these topics rarely take place with providers.

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Speaker:
Stacy Whiteside, MS APRN CPON® CPNP-AC/PC
CNE Hours
1
12:15 – 1:15 pm Friday, September 4

Adopt, Adapt, Advance: Utilizing Evidence Based Practice, Quality Improvement and Nursing Research to Transform Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nursing Practice (224)

Nursing research (NR), evidence-based practice (EBP), and quality improvement (QI) are principal methods of clinical inquiry and provide unique contributions to the science of pediatric hematology oncology nursing. Each of these methodologies have distinct similarities and differences. Due to their complexity, differentiating between the three can be challenging.

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Speaker:

Micah Skeens, PhD RN CPNP

Mindy Bibart, MSN RN NE-BC CSSBB CPHON®

Misty Evans, DNP APRN CPNP-AC BMTCN®

CNE Hours
1
12:15 – 1:15 pm Friday, September 4

Protect Your Professional Life: Beware of Predatory Publishers and Conferences (223)

Can you spot a “fake” journal or conference? The publishers of predatory journals are motivated by self-interests which are primarily financial.1 They are characterized by: a) false or misleading information; b) deviation from best editorial and publication practices: c) a lack of transparency, and/or d) the use of aggressive and indiscriminate solicitation practices.”

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Speaker:

Mary Hooke, PhD APRN PCNS FAAN CPON®

Kristin Stegenga, PhD RN

Suzanne Ameringer, PhD RN FAAN

CNE Hours
1
2:30 – 3:30 pm Thursday, September 3

Reproductive Health: from Diagnosis through Survivorship – Resources and Perspectives from the Children’s Oncology Group (C221)

coglogoPuberty and sexual and reproductive health are normal parts of human growth and development. Adolescence and young adulthood are developmental times of exploration of sexual identity and planning for the future, which may include parenting goals. A cancer diagnosis does not preclude a patient or their family from concern about sexual and reproductive health.

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Speaker:
Brooke Cherven, PhD MPH RN CPON®
Barbara Lockart, DNP APRN PC & AC CPHON®
CNE Hours
1
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