307.672.1000 • 1401 West 5th St. Sheridan, WY
307.672.10001401 West 5th St. Sheridan, WY

 

2017 Skin & Wound Symposium

A high energy conference geared to Physicians,
Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, RNs, CNAs,
Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists,
Long-term Care Providers, Nursing Students
and anyone who has an interest in wound care

Click here for pdf of full conference brochure and registration information


6-5-17:
Conference Materials May be downloaded from links by each of the sessions below

(they are  added as provided to us)

Wednesday, June 7

Optional Pre-conferences Workshops: 
1:00-4:00pm (see pdf of full conference brochure)

Pre-Conference  Materials:
A - Debridement Training: Principles & Practices & Cellular Tissue Product Lab 
Brock Liden, DPM

B - Wound Assessment & Dressings
Karen Miller, RN


5:00pm   Walk 4 Wounds – 5K and 10K 
   South Park: near the church


Thursday, June 8 -- Daily Agenda
7:30-8:15am     Breakfast and Registration

8:15-8:30am     Welcome

8:30-9:30am     Keynote Introduction:  “These Little Legs”  -  Tyler Sexton, MD

9:30-10:15am    Mental Health – Patient/Family Accountability:  Tamarra Crawford, Ph.D
Session Materials


10:15-10:30am Break

10:30-11:30am    New Developments in Peripheral Neuropathy: Jeffery Niezgoda, MD
Session Materials


11:30-12:30pm   Venous and Arterial Wounds:  William Tettelbach, MD
Session Materials

12:30-1:30pm Lunch

Break-out Sessions begin
1:30-2:15pm
       1)  Matching Wounds to Dressings:  RoseMary Jones, FNP
Session Materials


        2)  Dissecting the Wound Care Patient – Differential Diagnosis:  Jeffrey Niezgoda, MD
Session Materials


2:15-3:00pm 
       1)  Dealing with Infections:   William Tettelbach, MD
Session Materials


        2)  Nursing Role in Wound Healing:   Karel Capek, MD

3:00-3:30pm    Break

3:30-4:15pm    Legal Issues in Wound Care:  Scott Ortiz, PC
Essential Wound Care Documentation


4:15-4:30pm     Closing

5:30pm    Mix and Mingle  -   Sheridan County Museum 
   Refreshments and light hors d'oeuvres

Friday, June 9

Wyoming Simulation Center  – 245 Broadway
      Hands-on Workshop:  Wound and Skin Assessment  and Treatment – Bedside Care: 
     (content for both sessions is the same) 
      RoseMary Jones, FNP / Larissa Hawkins, RN
               1)   10:15am - 12:30pm
               2)   1:00pm - 3:15pm

Daily Agenda
7:45-8:15am     Registration/Breakfast

8:15-8:30am     Welcome

8:30-9:30am     Wound Care Essentials:  Tyler Sexton, MD
Session Materials


9:30-10:15am    Inflammation and Wound Chronicity:  Gregory Schultz, Ph.D/Jeffrey Niezgoda, MD
Session Materials-Niezgoda
Session Materials-Schultz


10:15-10:30am   Break

10:30-11:30am   Future modalities in Wound Healing:   Jeffrey Niezgoda, MD

11:30-12:30pm   Dermatology and Wound Care: Roberta Hawk, MD
Materials available at Session


12:30-1:30pm      Lunch

Break-out Sessions begin
1:30-2:15pm  
          1)  Pediatric Wound Healing – Nursing Role:  Tyler Sexton, MD
          2)  CTP and Wound Healing:  Gregory Schultz, Ph.D
Session Materials


2:15-3:00pm
           1) Basic Burn Care:  Karel Capek, MD
           2) Phlebolymphedema:  Marta Ostler, PT, CWS, CLT 
Session materials


3:00-3:15pm     Break

3:15-4:00pm      Open Forum/Questions

4:00-4:15pm      Closing Remarks/Adjournment


Questions?  call Marta Ostler at 307.672.1161


Meet our faculty
 

Keynote Speaker: Tyler Sexton, MD, CHWS, CHT, DMT
Pediatric Hospitalist for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital; pediatrician, specializing in wound care and hyperbaric medicine at the University of South Alabama Women’s and Children’s Hospital; and chief pediatric hospitalist and wound care & hyperbaric medicine at Singing River Hospital System; and motivational speaker, St Petersburg, FL
 
Karel Capek, MD
Clinical Fellow, Shriners Hospitals for Children; and general surgeon, Pediatric Specialty Care, Galveston, TX   
 
Tamarra Crawford, Ph.D., ABPP
Psychologist (specializing in multiple, chronic, end stage, and debilitating illnesses) Sheridan VA Medical Center, Sheridan, WY
 
RoseMary Jones, RN, FNP, WOCN, CWOCN-AP
Home Based Primary Care at VA Medical Center; and preceptor for NP students and RN/NP wound/ostomy/continence students, Pueblo, CO
 
Brock A. Liden, DPM
Podiatrist with Berger Hospital Wound Clinic and the Hocking Valley Wound Clinic; and in private practice at Circleville Foot & Ankle, Circleville, OH 
 
Jeffrey A. Niezgoda, MD, FACHM, MAPWCA, CHWS
President, Chief Executive Officer and Corporate Medical Director of AZH, LLC (clinical hyperbaric and wound care services); Founder and President of WebCME (an international educational company providing wound care and hyperbaric education); President of the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine and Vice President of the American Professional Wound Care Association; and President of the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine
 
Gregory Schultz, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director for the Institute for Wound Research, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
 
William H. Tettelbach, MD, FACP, FIDSA, FUHM
Executive Medical Director of Hyperbaric Medicine & Wound Care at Intermountain Healthcare; and Director of Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT

More on Tyler Sexton, our Keynote...
On Thursday morning, we welcome Dr. Tyler Sexton as our Keynote speaker.
                Dr. Sexton was born with Cerebral Palsy, a condition in which the prognosis usually involves a wheelchair, mental retardation, blindness and seizures. Through his faith in Jesus Christ, Tyler has never let any medical diagnosis, statistic or the negative attitudes of others stop him from dreaming and achieving his goals. Tyler attended medical school and achieved a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree. He strives to be a doctor who gives hope to patients, instead of worst case scenarios.
                Since 2003, Dr. Sexton has been an international motivational speaker. Dr. Sexton has spoken hundreds of times raising awareness about overcoming adversity for the disabled. He has written a book entitled God Bless These Little Legs and been featured in numerous books, articles, and radio/television broadcast around the country. Some of these programs include 700 Club, The God Squad, Hour of Power, The Helpline and Focus on the Family. His goal is to impact people by instilling in them an attitude of achievement–regardless of the disability or situation. He strives to be a doctor who gives hope to patients, instead of worst case scenarios. His interest in Hyperbarics was initially due to his diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy. Dr. Sexton was told that he would never walk, talk or even see. Defying these odds, and undergoing 16 surgeries he pursued his passion of SCUBA diving and has climbed the ranks of recreational SCUBA diving and turn his passion into his career as a Hyperbaric Physician. Dr. Sexton has published many papers focused on Hyperbaric Medicine and its medicinal effects in many clinical applications. Dr. Sexton mentors children with disabilities and works with many special interest groups educating them in the field of Hyperbaric Medicine. He uses this knowledge as a physician by treating countless individuals suffering from Decompression Illness and other hyperbaric clinical applications in the US and abroad for anyone in need of it.
                Dr Sexton is the owner of Caribbean Hyperbaric Medicine, an international training and hyperbaric consulting company dedicated to bringing hyperbaric medicine and education to corners of the world where access is limited. He is a American College of Hyperbaric Medicine approved Training provider and also had courses approved by the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Technologies.
                He is also a Clinical Professor of Hyperbaric Medicine and teaches courses for numerous medical schools in the Caribbean and consults with many individuals/companies looking for increased training for their personnel.  He focuses on adult and pediatric wound care and serves as a Pediatric Hospitalist for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital; The University of South Alabama Women’s and Children’s Hospital and serves as Chief Pediatric Hospitalist and Wound care and Hyperbaric medicine physician for Singing River Hospital System.
 


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