2nd Annual Residential Care Refresher

2nd Annual Residential Care Refresher

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Target Audience:

Family physicians, geriatric psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, allied health professionals, social workers, pharmacists, nurse managers, administrators/management, recreational therapists, occupational therapists, anyone involved and interested in residential care

Course Format: a mixture of presentations and panel discussions, case based, multidisciplinary in design
Predator Ridge Resort
301 Village Centre Place
Vernon BC
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Overview

The Shuswap North Okanagan Division of Family Practice, Interior Health, and UBC CPD are proud to announce the 2nd iteration of this conference for healthcare providers involved in long-term residential care. We have moved down the mountain this year to the Predator Ridge Resort, and we encourage attendees to take a mini holiday with family to enjoy the facilities during the evenings and breaks.

This year we will continue to develop an agenda focusing on multidisciplinary care  while providing clinically relevant presentations with engaging speakers. We have great suggestions from last year’s conference attendees and to fit it all in we are adding Sunday so it will be a 2.5 day conference!

FRIDAY KEYNOTE DINNER PRESENTATION
Using Managed Risk to Deliver Patient-Centred Care
Keren Brown Wilson, PhD. Founder and Senior Advisor, Concepts in Community Living

Agenda

Fri Oct 19 click arrow to expand agenda

1300 Registration Opens
1400 Patient Voices in Residential Care—Perspectives to Hear | Patient Voices
1435 Managing Infections in Long-Term Care | Dr. Edith Blondel-Hill
1520 Prevention of ER Transfers | Dr. Paula Chidwick
1605 Senior Friendly ER with a Residential Focus | Dr. Jeff Eppler
1650 Sessions end—time to relax & refresh for dinner
1700 Cocktail hour for appetizers and mingling before dinner
1815 KEYNOTE DINNER PRESENTATION: Using Managed Risk to Deliver Patient Centred Care | Dr. Keren Brown Wilson

Sat Oct 20 click arrow to expand agenda

0730 Registration Opens
0830 Opening Remarks and Welcome
THEME: End of Life Care in Residential Care
0845  Integrating a Palliative Approach - Lessons Learned | Dr. Leah MacDonald
0930 Palliative Symptom Management (assessing total pain, delirium, palliative sedation, dealing with uncertainty) | Dr. Romayne Gallagher
1015 Refreshment Break
1035 PANEL: Medical Assistance in Dying in Residential Care | Facilitator: Dr. Douglas Smith; PANEL: Drs. Karyn Morash, Andrew Robertson, Romayne Gallagher
1230 Lunch Break
THEME: Mental Health
1230  The Psychiatric Consequences of Acquired Brain Injuries in the Elderly | Dr. Raymond Ancill
1315 Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) - New Name, New Standard of Care, and Dramatically Better Outcomes | Dr. Jeff Harries
1400 Behavioural & Psychological Symptoms in Dementia: Challenging Cases | Dr. Carol Ward
1445 Panel Discussion with Audience Questions | Drs. Raymond Ancill, Jeff Harries, Carol Ward, and Keren Brown Wilson
1545 Question Period; closing remarks; complete evaluations
1600 Conference day ends—evening on own (we recommend that you make dinner plans ahead of time)

Sun Oct 21 click arrow to expand agenda

0730 Registration Opens
0810 Opening Remarks and Welcome
THEME: Common Medical Topics in Residential Care
0815 Medical Marijuana - A Medication By Any Other Name | Dr. James McCormack
0915 End Stage Parkinson's: Advanced Symptoms & Treating Side Effects | Dr. Daryl Wile
1000 Osteoporosis | Dr. Maria Chung
1045 Refreshment Break
1100 Practical Approaches to Deprescribing | Dr. Mark Lawrie
1145 Outbreak Management in Residential Care Facilities in the Interior Region | Dr. Silvina Mema
1230 Question Period; closing remarks; complete evaluations
1245 Conference ends

Cost

Early bird registration: Mon. Sep 10, 2018 | Add to calendar +

Save $10 if you register online! Fees include course materials, refreshments, lunch on Sat/Sun, and Fri Keynote Dinner. Keynote Dinner not included for Sat/Sun only registrations.

Fees apply to Clinicians (physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers, pharmacists, etc) AND Non-Clinicians (Administrators, managers, research, industry, etc)

Full conference rates (Fri, Sat, Sun)
By Sep 10: $585
By Oct 15: $635
After Oct 15: $685

Two day rates (Fri/Sat OR Sat/Sun)
By Sep 10: $509
By Oct 15: $535
After Oct 15: $560

Cancellations and Refunds

Accommodation

Predator Ridge Resort
301 Village Centre Place
Vernon  British Columbia  V1H 1T2
Canada

Discount Room Rates at Predator Ridge start at $142 per night plus taxes. Rates do not include parking. 
Group Code: Residential Care Refresher. Group rate available until Sep 28, 2018.

TO MAKE A PREDATOR RIDGE RESERVATION (GROUP CODE: Residential Care Refresher)
Toll-Free 1.888.578.6688
T 1.250.542.3436
EM info@predatorridge.com

PLEASE NOTE: Predator Ridge has only 2-bedroom cottages and suites left. 

Sparkling Hills Resort is also offering a discounted room rate of $279 per night plus taxes on a space-available basis for conference attendees. Rate is valid Oct 17 - 22 inclusive. Use Promo Code: UBC2018. Download Sparkling Hills Reservation Flyer.

TO MAKE A SPARKLING HILLS RESERVATION (PROMO CODE: UBC2018)
W http://bit.ly/rescare2018
Toll-Free 1.877.275.1556
T 1.250.275.1556
EM reservations@sparklinghill.com

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