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2011 Pediatric Medication Safety Summit

Confronting the Challenges of Neonatal and Pediatric Medication Safety 

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 

Bellevue, WA



 

Program Overview: 

Pediatric patients have a higher risk for error and need specific consideration in our medication use systems. When compared with adults, medication errors are up to three times more likely to occur with pediatric patients, and are more apt to cause injury when they happen. This program will present an overview of the factors that place neonatal and pediatric patients at higher risk of medication error and harm. Focused error reduction strategies will be provided to enhance the safe use of medications in these high-risk populations.  

Join us on September 28 at the first Pediatric Medication Safety Summit in Bellevue, WA to learn more about pediatric safety. The Summit is a one-day Educational Review Systems event hosted by bar-code point-of-care (BPOC) expert, Mark Neuenschwander, who is dedicated to patient safety and the 2010 recipient of the Institute for Safe Medication Practices Lifetime Achievement Award.

 

Learning Objectives: 

·         Identify reasons why neonatal and pediatric patients are at high risk for medication errors

·         Discuss common medication errors that occur in pediatric and neonatal populations

·         Describe strategies to decrease the risk related to neonatal/pediatric medication use

 

Faculty: 

Mark Neuenschwander

President, The Neuenschwander Company 

Mark Neuenschwander is considered by many as the world’s leading expert in the field of drug dispensing automation and barcode point-of-care systems. He is best noted for The Neuenschwander Reports, the latest is entitled “To The Bedside 2: An Expanded Review of Bar-Code Point of Care Solutions.” Neuenschwander, an engaging communicator and insightful consultant, has clients across the United States and throughout the world in Canada, Australia, Italy, and the Netherlands.  

 

 

 

 

Michelle Mandrack, RN, MSN

Director of Consulting Services, ISMP

Michelle Mandrack is the Director of Consulting Services at the Institute for Safe Medication Practices. Prior to joining ISMP in 2001, Michelle spent over 20 years as a nurse in acute care settings in a variety of clinical and managerial roles. She was the Director of Maternal Child Health and subsequently, the Director of Nursing at Mercy Suburban Hospital in Norristown, PA.  

 

 

 

 

 

Agenda: 

8:00-9:00       Registration/Refreshments

9:00-9:30      Welcome and Opening Remarks

                       Mark Neuenschwander

9:30-10:30    Confronting the Challenges of Neonatal and Pediatric Medication Safety

                       Michelle Mandrack, RN, MSN

                       CE accredited

10:45-11:45  Smart Pumps

                        Michelle Mandrack, RN, MSN

                        CE accredited

11:45-1:00     Lunch and networking

1:00-4:00       Panel Discussion—Technology and Pediatric Medication: Benefits and Gaps—Where do we go from here?

                        Mark Neuenschwander

                        Michelle Kromelis

                        Gary Johnson

                        John Woon

4:00-6:00      Cocktails/Networking

 

Registration: 

The cost for this all day program is $150.  Registration fees include all CE and non-CE accredited programs, handouts, all listed meals, breaks, and networking sessions. 

Click here to Register Online

 

Accreditation: 

Educational Review Systems is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education. This program is approved for 2 hours (0.2CEUs) of continuing pharmacy education Statement of credit will be mailed within 4 to 6 weeks to participants who have successfully completed the post-test. ACPE # 0761-0000-11-053-L01-P; 0761-0000-11-054-L01-P

 

Directions: 

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Meydenbauer Center is conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 405 at N.E. 6th Street and 112th Avenue N.E. in downtown Bellevue-just nine miles east of downtown Seattle. The most convenient off-ramp from I-405 is at NE 4th Street (Exit 13A).

Educational Grant: 

This program is supported by an educational grant from Talyst.

 

 

 

 







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