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National Academy of Dermatology Nurse Practitioners

2018 NADNP/ACDNP National Dermatology Conference

Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach
100 Coronado Drive
Clearwater, FL 33767

Monday, April 23, 2018 at 5:00pm ET - Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 2:00pm ET

Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach
100 Coronado Drive
Clearwater, FL 33767

Info

Topic

General and Surgical Dermatology


Additional Information

We are committed to Dermatology Education!

General and surgical dermatology education by national leaders. CEUs will be awarded. Last year's program offered 34 general and 11 pharmacology ceus.

Free registration to NADNP members and dermatology NPs and PAs.  In addition, free registration to anyone participating any weekend symposium from June 2017 through April, 2018. Discounts for NP students and military.

Please watch for upcoming specials and scholarships. Pending sponsorships, NADNP and ACDNP offer free registrations based on industry support.

Please contact us via NADNP.NET website if you qualify for a free or discounted registration.

Conference and Hotel Special:

Stay at this beautiful and brand new hotel right on Clearwater Beach, Florida, just feet away from the sand and ocean! Any registrant staying three or more nights at the Wyndam Grand Hotel qualifies for one free pre-conference workshop ($300 or less).

REGISTER FOR HOTEL HERE

Deadline for refunds will be March 23, 2018. No exceptions.

Agenda and speakers subject to change

DISCLAIMER:

Educational support for our conference allows for scholarships and many opportunitites at this conference that would not occur without vendor support.By registering for this conference you agree that NADNP/ACDNP  can send you emails regarding events,as well as ,third-party industry. You also understand that NADNP/ACDNP will be taking photos at the conference which may be used for marketing, website, and other promotional materials. Emails sent to registrants will have an opt out option. However, if you have difficulty with opting out, you may contact us at kgreenwood@fsmsllc.com


Registration Refund and Cancellation Policy

No refunds after May 23rd midnight. No exceptions. We reserve the right to change agenda topics, days, times, and speakers without refund. Refunds prior to May 23rd are subject to a $25.00 cancellation fee.

Event Agenda

2018 NADNP/ACDNP National Dermatology Conference

Monday, April 23, 2018 at 5:00pm ET - Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 2:00pm ET

All times listed in Eastern Time (US & Canada).

Download event agenda (PDF)


Monday, April 23, 2018

  • 8:00am - 10:00am
    Pre-conference Workshop: Scultpra

    Kevin Harrington, ARNP

    Separate registration and fee required

  • 8:00am - 4:30pm
    Pre-conference Workshop: Wound Care Symposium I

    Jarrod Kaufman, MD

    Requires separate registration and fee.
    Dermatology Certificate Program Students:
    Lectures from 8-12 (part I) is included in the Dermatology Certificate Program Registration. Part II can be purchased on Monday orientation.
    Part I:
    8-9  Venous Anatomy and Diagnosis of Venous Disease ( varicose veins,spider veins, stasis dermatitis)
    9-10 Venous leg ulcers / CVI -diagnosis and treatment
    10:00-10:15  break
    1015-11;15  Arterial leg ulcers  - combined care with interventions and local care
    11:15-12:15  Diabetic foot ulceration and wound care to obtain functional outcomes
    12:15-100 lunch
    Part II
    1:00-2:00 Medical optimization of wound care patients/ Hyperbaric tx overview and indications
    2:00-4:30 Dressings for wound care, hands on proper compression techniques and unna boot application

  • 5:00pm - 6:30pm
    Pre-conference Lecture: Intro to Dermatology

    Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP

    Learn benign and skin cancer lesion found in skin exams.
    Separate registration and fee required. Included in the Dermatology Certificate Program


Tuesday, April 24, 2018

  • 8:00am - 9:30am
    Pre-conference Workshop: Basic Suturing

    Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP Raymond Shulstad, DNP

    Requires separate registration and fee. Must be registered for main conference.
    Includes local injections, simple interrupted and mattress suturing.

  • 8:00am - 11:30am
    Pre-conference Workshop: Cosmetic I-Botulinum Toxin

    Kevin Harrington, ARNP

    Instruction on facial anatomy and applications of Botulinum Toxin.

  • 9:45am - 11:45am
    Pre-conference Workshop: Basic Dermatology Procedures

    Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP Raymond Shulstad, DNP

    Requires separate registration and fee. Must be registered for main conference.
    Includes biopsies, EDC, and cryo overview

  • 12:30pm - 2:30pm
    Pre-conference Workshop: Advanced Suturing

    Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP Darrel Arthur, DNP

    Requires separate registration and fee. Must be registered for main conference.
    Overview on subQ, running and intracuticular stitches

  • 12:30pm - 4:00pm
    Pre-conference Workshop: Cosmetic II-Fillers

    Kevin Harrington, ARNP

    Instruction on facial anatomy and fillers.

  • 2:45pm - 5:45pm
    Pre-conference Workshop: Basic Dermatology Surgery

    Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP Darrel Arthur, DNP

    Requires separate registration and fee. Must be registered for main conference.
    Overview on larger punch biopsies, ellipse, and fusiform excisions.


Wednesday, April 25, 2018

  • 8:00am - 10:30am
    Pre-conference Workshop: Advanced Surgery

    Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP Jonathan Zager, MD Ricardo Gonzalez, MD

    Requires separate registration and fee. Must be registered for main conference.
    Overview on simple full thickness graft, advancement flap, rotational flap, and M-plasty.

  • 8:00am - 10:00am
    Pre-conference Workshop: Dermatopathology

    Patricia McNab, MD

    Requires separate registration and fee. Must be registered for main conference.
    Included in the Dermatology Certificate Program

  • 8:00am - 11:00am
    Pre-conference Workshop: Wound Care Symposium II

    Jarrod Kaufman, MD

    Requires separate registration. Must be registered for main conference.
    8-9 Overview of wound care grafts and bio-materials  (Lecture)
    9-11  Hands on lab with grafts

  • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    2018 Main Conference Begins

    Opening Speech: Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP

  • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
    President's Symposium sponsored by Sun Pharma

    James Spencer, MD

    Levulan and Blue Light

  • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
    Wound Healing Science

    Jarrod Kaufman, MD
    1.0 CE Credit

  • 4:15pm - 6:15pm
    Cutaneous Oncology Tumor Board

    Jonathan Zager, MD Ricardo Gonzalez, MD Patricia McNab, MD James Spencer, MD
    2.0 CE Credits

    This is your opportunity to experience a tumor board with leading experts in dermatology, surgical oncology, radiation oncology and dermatopathology.

    This is an audience participation activity. Please bring a current case to discuss with the experts and explore the most current treatment options. You can also present a previous case and review diagnosis, treatment plan, and patient outcome with with a discussion on what other treatment options could have been considered.

  • 6:15pm - 9:15pm
    Exhibit Hall Opens/Exibit Hall Dinner Party

Thursday, April 26, 2018

  • 8:00am - 9:00am
    Breakfast symposium Sponsored by Sun Pharma

    Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP

    Hedge Hog Inhibitor Odomzo

  • 9:00am - 10:00am
    Oncology Dermatoses

    Kathryn Ciccolini, ARNP

  • 10:15am - 11:15am
    Do You Really Want to Be a Medical Aesthetic Practitioner?

    Kevin Harrington, ARNP

  • 11:15am - 12:00pm
    Unopposed Exhibit Hall Time
  • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
    Lunch symposium Sponsored by Lilly

    Leon Kircik, MD

    Talz

  • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Atopic Dermatitis

    Darrel Arthurs, DNP

  • 2:15pm - 5:00pm
    Optional Afternoon Sessions 1

    See Registration for Details. Afternoon sessions requires additional fees. Included in the Dermatology Certificate Program. Otherwise, afternoon is free to explore Clearwater Beach attractions.

    Included in the Dermatology Certificate Program. Conference registrants welcome for additional fee. See registration, separate fee required. Option 1
    Billing and Coding for Dermatology Procedures 2:15pm-3:15pm Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP
    Intro to Pathology 3:15-4:15pm Allison Lowie, DNP and Patricia McNab, MD
    Pediatric Dermatology 4:30-5:30pm Deborah Angeles, DNP

  • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
    President's Cocktail Hour

Friday, April 27, 2018

  • 8:00am - 9:00am
    Breakfast Symposium

    TBD

  • 9:00am - 10:00am
    Biology Therapies Overview

    Julio Gonzalez, MD
    1.0 CE Credit

    An overview of Biologic Therapy and Immunology

  • 10:15am - 11:15am
    Case Studies from the Connective Tissue Disorder Clinic

    Julio Gonzalez, MD and Gisela Torres, MD
    1.0 CE Credit

  • 11:15am - 12:00pm
    Unopposed Exhibit Time
  • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
    Lunch Symposium: Hidradenitis Suppurativa

    Dr. Miriam Bettencourt, MD

    Sponsored by Abbvie

  • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Atypical Uses of Biologics

    Miriam Bettencourt, MD

  • 2:45pm - 6:00pm
    Optional Afternoon Classes 3

    These classes are included in the Dermatology Certificate Program. Requires separate registration and fee. These lectures are a great review for the DCNP certification.

    All About Rashes!
    Genodermatoses 2:45-3:45p Deborah Angeles, DNP
    Emergency Dermatology 3:45-4:45p Paul Rose, MD
    Difficult Rashes 5:00-6:00p Raymond Shulstad, DNP

  • 6:15pm - 7:15pm
    Dinner Symposium

    TBD


Saturday, April 28, 2018

  • 8:00am - 9:00am
    Breakfast Symposium

    TBD

  • 9:00am - 10:00am
    Dermatology Pharmacology I

    George Cohen MD

  • 10:15am - 11:15am
    Dermatology Pharmacology II

    George Cohen, MD

  • 11:15am - 12:15pm
    Hair Disorders

    Paul Rose, MD

  • 12:15pm - 12:45pm
    Closing and Drawings

    NADNP Board

  • 1:30pm - 3:30pm
    Post-Conference Workshop: PRP for Hair Disorders

    Paul Rose, MD

    Post-Conference Workshop: SEPARATE REGISTRATION and FEE REQUIRED
    Registration coming soon!

  • 1:30pm - 7:00pm
    Post-Conference Symposium It's Fundamental My Dear Watson: A Sherlockian Approach to Dermatology

    Dr. Debra Shelby, PhD, DNP

    Requires separate registration and fee!
    This lecture series is designed to take a systematic approach to understanding the basics of dermatology and is designed as a beginner to intermediate over view of skin anatomy and function, normal findings, common skin cancers and dermatoses during a skin exam. Each session is designed to build on another, creating a solid foundation for practitioners wanting to grasp basic dermatology concepts. As with all great detective work, the registrant will be instructed on the “sherlockian” approach to dermatology. The language of dermatology and use of terminology when describing lesions will be reviewed with application of these terms during the sessions. In addition, an overview of diagnostic tests, procedures, treatments and pitfalls of treatment plans for common skin lesions and dermatoses that make outcomes challenging.

    The Scene of the Crime: Basic Skin Anatomy 1:30pm-2:30pm
    An overview of basic skin anatomy and function of layers, structures, and appendages……the scene of the crime!

    The Line Up: Describing the Suspects 2:30pm-3:30pm
    This session will help you understand primary and secondary morphology for benign lesions, skin cancer, and dermatoses. Instruction on how to approach and apply these terms to describe “the suspects”.

    The Suspects: Common Criminals and Death Row Inmates 3:45-4:45pm
    An overview of commonly found benign lesions, dermatoses, and skin cancers found in a skin examination.

    Working the Scene: Line of Questioning, Common Diagnostic Tests, Procedures, and Pathology 4:45pm-5:45pm
    A discussion on diagnostic tests, procedures, and basics of specimen preparation needed to determine or confirm your diagnosis. This includes preparation for procedures like consent, local anesthesia, hemostasis, and wound healing.

    Punishment that Fits the Crime: First Time and Repeat Offenders 6:00-7:00pm
    This session will discuss current treatment options of skin cancer and common dermatoses. In addition, an overview on managing these rashes when they become difficult to treat.

Exhibitor Registration


Thank you for registering for the 2018 NADNP/ACDNP National Dermatology Conference. Please contact Ken Greenwood @ kgreenwood@fsmsllc.com for any questions.

Attachments

Corner Exhibit booth

10x10 table, 2 chairs, and waste paper basket only. Please contact Ken Greenwood at kgreenwood@fsmsllc.com for details on exhibiting. See agenda for exhibit times. All exhibits must be up by Wednesday, April 25th 5pm. All exhibits must be removed by April 27th pm or April 28th before 10am.

$2,250.00

In-line Exhibit Booth

10x10 table, 2 chairs, and waste paper basket only. Please contact Ken Greenwood at kgreenwood@fsmsllc.com for details on exhibiting. See agenda for exhibit times. All exhibits must be up by Wednesday, April 25th 5pm. All exhibits must be removed by April 27th pm or April 28th before 10am.

$2,000.00

Register

2018 NADNP/ACDNP Conference Registration

General admission for main conference April 25-28th

$100.00

NADNP Member/Dermatology NP/PA or Military Registration

Must provide proof of employment or military ID

Free

NP Student Registration

Free conference registration for volunteering. Ken Greenwood will contact you for information.

Free

Dermatology Certificate Program

This is for people who want to enter into the Dermatology Certificate Program. Please see NADNP.NET for details. Main conference and pre-conference workshops are included. Classes begin April 23rd at 4pm.

$2,850.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Basic Dermatology Procedures

Learn basic dermatology procedures: Biopsies, cryo and EDC. Basic suturing skills highly suggested (simple interrupted suturing) or take the Basic Suturing class prior to taking this class. This is not included in the main conference registration.

$200.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Basic Suturing

Learn simple interrupted and mattress suturing. It is suggested that you take this class prior to the Basic Dermatology Procedures workshop. This is not included in the main conference registration. Includes 1/2 hour didactic and one hour practice. 

$150.00

Pre-conference Lecture: Intro to Dermatology

This class starts the Dermatology Certificate Program (DCP), but is offered to non-DCP registrants.

$50.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Basic Dermatologic Surgery

This workshop teaches larger punch biopsy, saucerization, ellipse and fusiform excisions. Must have basic suturing skills or attended the basic suturing workshop. Advanced suturing workshop is required prior to attending this workshop.

$200.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Advanced Suturing Class

Learn interrupted subcuticular, intracuticular and running suturing. Must have basic suturing skills or have attended the basic sutring workshop. This is a prerequisite for Basic Dermatologic Surgery and Advanced Surgery Workshops.

$200.00

Pre-confence Workshop: Advanced Dermatology Surgery

Learn simple graft, rotational, and advancement flaps. Must have basic suturing skills or attended the basic and advanced suturing woekshops.

$300.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Dermatopathology

Must be registered for main conference. Introduction to interpreting basic dermatopathology results.

$100.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Wound Care Symposium I
$600.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Wound Care Symposium II
$300.00

Pre-conference Workshops: Wound Care Symposium I and II Package
$800.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Cosmetic I: Botulinum Toxin
$350.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Cosmetic II: Fillers
$350.00

Pre-conference Workshop: Sculptra

Lecture and demonstration workshop

$250.00

Main Conference Option 2 Afternoon Classes-Thursday April 26th

Option 1 Afternoon Sessions ($50 discount with conference registration)

Afternoon sessions requires additional fees. These lectures are included in the Dermatology Certificate Program. Otherwise, afternoon is free to explore Clearwater Beach attractions.


Billing and Coding for Dermatology Procedures 2:15pm-3:15pm
Intro to Pathology 3:15-4:15pm
Pediatric Dermatology 4:30-5:30pm

$100.00

Main Conference Option 3 Afternoon Classes- Friday April 27th

Option 2 Afternoon Sessions  ($50 discount with conference registration)

These classes are great preparation for DCNP certification.

Afternoon sessions requires additional fees. These classes are included in the Dermatology Certificate Program. Otherwise, afternoon is free to explore Clearwater Beach attractions.

Genodermatoses 2:45-3:45p
Emergency Dermatology 3:45-4:45p
Difficult Rashes   5:00-6:00p

$100.00

Post-conference Workshop: It's Fundamental My Dear Watson- A Sherlockian Approach to Dermatology

This lecture series is designed to take a systematic approach to understanding the basics of dermatology and is designed as a beginner to intermediate over view of skin anatomy and function, normal findings, common skin cancers and dermatoses during a skin exam. Each session is designed to build on another, creating a solid foundation for practitioners wanting to grasp basic dermatology concepts. As with all great detective work, the registrant will be instructed on the “sherlockian” approach to dermatology. The language of dermatology and use of terminology when describing lesions will be reviewed with application of these terms during the sessions. In addition, an overview of diagnostic tests, procedures, treatments and pitfalls of treatment plans for common skin lesions and dermatoses that make outcomes challenging.

The Scene of the Crime: Basic Skin Anatomy

An overview of basic skin anatomy and function of layers, structures, and appendages……the scene of the crime!

The Line Up: Describing the Suspects

This session will help you understand primary and secondary morphology for benign lesions, skin cancer, and dermatoses. Instruction on how to approach and apply these terms to describe “the suspects”.

The Suspects: Common Criminals and Death Row Inmates

An overview of commonly found benign lesions, dermatoses, and skin cancers found in a skin examination.

Working the Scene: Line of Questioning, Common Diagnostic Tests, Procedures, and Pathology

A discussion on diagnostic tests, procedures, and basics of specimen preparation needed to determine or confirm your diagnosis. This includes preparation for procedures like consent, local anesthesia, hemostasis, and wound healing.

Punishment that Fits the Crime: First Time and Repeat Offenders

This session will discuss current treatment options of skin cancer and common dermatoses. In addition, an overview on managing these rashes when they become difficult to treat.

$350.00