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  • NOW 4 TRACKS

    Leadership Clinical Trauma SANE

    June 5th & 6th , 2014 The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel

    215 Innovation Blvd. State College, PA, 16803

    Sponsored by: Pennsylvania ENA State Council

    In association with: Keystone Chapter of International Association

    of Forensic Nurses For more info. go to www.pa-ena.org

  • Registration (prior to May15, 2014 ) 1-Day 2-Day ENA or KIAFN Member $ 125 $ 230 Non-member $ 150 $ 260 Amount $_________ Retired ENA Member, Student Nurses, & EMS Providers 1Day 2 Day $ 80 $160 Amount $___________ Late Registration (after May 15th, 2014) 1-Day 2-Day ENA or KIAFN Member $ 150 $ 260 Non-member $ 180 $ 280 Amount $_________ TOTAL: $_________ Tuition   cost   includes   all   course   materials,   CEU/Pre-Hospital   Continuing   Education  credits.    A  continental  breakfast,  lunch,  and  refreshments  will  be   provided  during  both  conference  days. The  Horizons  2014  Conference  Committee  reserves  the  right  to  cancel  any   course  or  event  that  does  not  meet  registration  requirements.    Topics  and   speakers   are   subject   to   change   without   notification   to   attendees.         PA   ENA/KIAFN  are  not  responsible  for  content.

    Make  checks  payable  to:   PA  ENA  Horizons Forward  this  registration  to: PA  ENA  Horizons C/o  Vivian  Matsinger 518  Windsor  Court Chalfont,  PA    18914 Conference  Location  &  Hotel  Accommodations:

    The  Penn  Stater  Conference  Center  Hotel 215  Innovation  Blvd.

     State  College,  PA,  16803

    Special  rates  have  been    arranged  under  the  group  name  reservation “PA  ENA.”    Please  make  your  reservations  directly  with  the  hotel using  conference  code  PAEF14A    to  receive  the  reduced  rate

    ($115.00  per  night  plus  tax)  

    Reservations  should  be  made  no  later  than  May12,  2014  for  reduced  rate

    Pennsylvania  Emergency  Nurses  Association  reserves  the  right to  substitute  any  speaker  or  any  topics  without  notification

    of  the  participants.

    Selection  of  session  or  topic  is  not  guaranteed.    If  you  need  to  be at  a  specific  session,  arrive  early—first  come,  first  served.    

    ENA  reserves  the  right  to  close  the  doors  when  the  room  is  full

    due  to  State  College  fire  codes.

    Horizons 2014

    Name:

    Address:

    City: State: Zip:

    Telephone: Email:

    Employer: Credentials:

    ENA Member: No Yes ENA Member Number:

    Local ENA Chapter:

    KIAFN Member: No Yes KIAFN Member Number:

    D This  2-day  conference  presented  by  Pennsylvania    Emergency  Nurses          As-­‐ sociation  and  the  Keystone  Chapter  of  International  Association  of            Foren-­‐ sic  Nurses    offers  a  choice  of  topics  to    address  current  nursing  practice  and   future  advances  in  emergency  nursing  care,  as  well  as  new  trends  in  forensic   nursing. W S A ? Emergency  Nurses  *  Pre-Hospital  Nurses  *  Clinical  Specialists  *  Students  *   Managers  *  Educators  *  Paramedics  *  Nurse  Practitioners  *  Forensic  Nurses

  • Horizons 2014 Conference Schedule June 5, 2014

  • Horizons 2014 Conference Schedule June 6, 2014

  • Rita  Celmer  Award  Luncheon

    Join  your  colleagues  for  a  luncheon  of  celebra on  as we  congratulate  the  winners  of  Pennsylvania  ENA’s

    Awards  of  Excellence. Enjoy  a  short  educa onal  program  .

    Award  Nomina on  Criteria  and  Ballots  available  at:  www.pa-ena.org

    Silent  Auc on,  Fund-Raising  Baskets  &  Quilt  Raffle

    PA  ENA  holds  an  annual  silent  auc on  and themed-baskets  raffle.    Bids  will  be  accepted  on

    Thursday,  June  5th  and  Friday,  June  6th  un l  11:00  am. These  items  will  be  on  display  during  the  conference. All  items  are  donated  by  local  chapters  of  PA  ENA. Winners  will  be  announced  at  the  Horizons  2013

     luncheon  on  Friday,  June  6th.   For  more  informa on,  visit:    www.paena.org  

    Con nuing  Educa on This  program  has  been  submi ed  to  the  Emergency  Nurses

    Associa on  for  approval  to  award  contact  hours.    The   Emergency  Nurses  Associa on  is  accredited  as  an  approver of  con nuing  nursing  educa on  by  the  American  Nurses Creden aling  Center's  Commission  on  Accredita on.

    POSTER PRESENTATIONS Once again this year PA ENA will host poster presentations done by our members focused on quality, patient safety, clinical and research topics.. Please see Pa-ena.org for poster requirements and submission.

    Participant Responsibilities and Code of Conduct: - All cell phones and pagers on vibrate or $5.00 fine for the Rita Celmer scholarship fund - Casual business attire - Name and tag holders must be worn for all sessions - Sessions are first come first serve. We ask your preference to plan for room size however this is not a guarantee

    Plan to come to your sessions early to assure you can attend your favorites!. Course outlines:

    PA ENA is going Green!

    All outline of sessions will be posted on the PA ENA website after June 6, 2014.

    The  Horizons  2014  Committee

    Alllen  Fasncacht        Chairman      Philadelphia  Chapter   Dona  Tambourine Western  Chapter Vivian  Matsinger   Bux-Mont  Chapter Kathleen  McPherson   Western  Chapter Kathy  Robinson   Susquehanna  Chapter Kathleen  Ingoglia Bux-Mont  Chapter Kay  Ella  Bleecher Capital  Chapter Kirsten  Johnson  Moore Philadelphia  Chapter Linda  Melly   Bux-Mont  Chapter Michele  Buraczewski Western  Chapter Deborah  Clark Pocono  Chapter   Cynthia  Mohn Berks  Chapter  

    Horizons    2014  Objectives

    1. Identify  lessons  learned  and  their  potential  to  reduce  stress   in  the  workplace

    2. Describe  the  importance  of  recognizing  signs  of  potential   violence  in  the  ED.

    3. Explain  the  difference  between  compassion  satisfaction   and  compassion  fatigue.

    4. Understanding  the  common  traumatic  mechanisms  that   impact  geriatric  trauma

    5. Explain  the  difference  between  factual  and  expert  witness. 6. Identify  processes  a  triage  and  at  admission  to  improve  

    throughput 7. Identify  steps  to  taking  quality  photos.  

  • HORIZONS 2014 Faculty & Speakers

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