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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.
City: State: Zip:
ENA Member: No Yes ENA Member Number:
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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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