Friday, July 17th, 2020

7:00 am – 5:15 pm

Registration Open

Ballroom Foyer

7:00 am – 8:00 am

Continental Breakfast

Salon A

8:00 am – 9:00 am

GS301: What’s New in Dermatology Medications (AANP)
What’s New in Dermatology Medications – will provide an overview of new marketed medications, results of research studies regarding medications, and review new possible indications for older medications.
Learning Objectives:
Identify at least 3 new medications and/or new indications for older medications.

Theresa Coyner, MSN, RN, ANP-BC, DCNP

Salon E

9:00 am – 10:00 am

GS302: How Do You Lead Effectively, Especially When You’re Not in Charge? (AANP)
Nurses play a pivotal role in medical groups; they are often the go-between for MDs/NPs, clinical team members, front desk, and patients. It is a challenging position, but it is also an opportunity to make a significant impact within the organization. The best leaders do not act out of positional authority, but instead can inspire others without exercising bureaucratic power. Leadership does not require being in charge, and nurses are ideally positioned to lead and make positive changes in their organizations.
Attendees of this session will walk away with practical tools and applications to help them inspire others, and as a result, magnify their impact.
Learning Objectives:
Identify practical tools and applications to help them inspire others, and as a result, magnify their impact.

Leisle Chung, MBA

Salon E

10:15 am – 11:15 am

CS311: Strategies for Effective Professional Peer Review (AANP)
Performing professional peer review is a learned skill that is essential to the advancement and credibility of a profession. Performing it effectively is a vital part of assessing the validity of scholarly work in a field of study. Participation in the peer review process is a rewarding way to enhance not only your knowledge and skills, but also enhance the profession you passionately devoted to.
Learning Objectives:
Describe the purpose of manuscript review.

Katrina Masterson, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, DCNP

Aspen

10:15 am – 11:15 am

CS312: 360-Degree Vitiligo Management
This session will discuss the comprehensive management of vitiligo, including medical, surgical and psychosocial interventions.
Learning Objectives:
Describe the management of a vitiligo

Richard Huggins, MD

Vail

10:15 am – 11:15 am

CS313: Complex Wound Closures & Grafts (AANP)
This will be a unique presentation with both a Mohs dermatologic surgeon and a facial plastic surgeon discussing the comprehensive treatment of skin cancer from consultation to Mohs surgery and to complete aesthetic reconstruction. We will demonstrate the synergy of a multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment of skin cancer and how this best meets the needs of the patient. Various reconstructive techniques will be explained in detail so that nurses may become more familiar with this process which will allow better education and counseling of their patients.
Learning Objectives:
Describe reasons for Mohs surgery and collaboration with Plastics for complex defect repairs.
Describe the process of reconstruction after Mohs surgery.

Vinh Chung, MD
David Archibald, MD

Silverton

11:30 am – 1:00 pm

DNA Business Meeting and Luncheon
Join the DNA Leadership to discover our accomplishments over the past year as well as honor some of the finest DNA Volunteers and Award winners in our organization, and share in the goals of the upcoming year.

Salon E

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

CS321: Skin of Color (AANP)
Dermatology providers are caring for more patients with skin of color than ever before. The purpose of this lecture is to discuss some of the unique features of skin of color and how these characteristics affect disease presentation and management.
Learning Objectives:
Discuss the unique features of skin of color that impact management of dermatologic diseases.

Ginette Okoye, MD

Aspen

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

CS322: Wound Management for Out-Patient Dermatology Clinicians (AANP)
This presentation is designed to assist you to choose the best dressing option for your patient; choosing from the scores of dressings available.
Learning Objectives:
Identify the most appropriate topical treatment for common outpatient wounds.

Penny Jones, NP-C, CWS, CWCN-AP

Vail

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

CS323: Tips & Tricks for Assisting a Moh’s Surgeon
The presentation will include ways that a medical assistant and nurse will better assist the Mohs surgeon and cutaneous surgeon to improve patient outcomes.
Learning Objectives:
Describe assisting techniques of nurses and medical assistants who work with a cutaneous surgeon.

Renata Prado, MD

Silverton

2:15 pm – 3:15 pm

GS330: Management of Hidradenitis Suppurativa: a Practical Toolkit (AANP)
Hidradenitis suppurativa is a debilitating inflammatory disorder of the hair follicles in intertriginous areas.The purpose of this lecture is to provide medical, social, and psychosocial approaches to the management of hidradenitis suppurativa in a case-based format.
Learning Objectives:
Discuss the management of hidradenitis suppurativa.

Ginette Okoye, MD

Salon E

3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

GS340: New Guidelines for the Management of BCC, SCC, and MCC (AANP)
Scientific and pharmacological advances have led to new guidelines for the management of BCC, SCC and MCC. This session will present the current approach to the management of aggressive or metastatic non-melanoma skin cancers.
Learning Objectives:
Describe the management of high risk BCCs, SCCs, and MCCs. Explain the indications, dosages, routes of at least 3 medications regimes used in the treatment of skin cancer.

Victoria Lazareth, MA, MSN, NP-C, DCNP

Salon E

4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

GS350: Transgender Affirming Dermatological Care (AANP)
GBTQ+ people have been historically marginalized and historically underserved in health care settings, including dermatology. Through affirming care trainings, Dermatological nurses can make an impact on reducing the frequent disrespect and harassment Transgender and Non-binary patients’ experiences accessing healthcare. This interactive workshop will be presentation-based with ample audience engagement and some space for discussion. Using a trauma informed care framework, we will review relevant terminology such as gender Identity and sex assigned at birth, discuss protocol on how to use and ask affirming name and pronouns, address binary forms such as IPLEDGE, how to ask for a patients affirming anatomical language, and general affirming practices and policy within dermatology settings.
Learning Objectives:
Identify three ways to increase Transgender and Nonbinary affirming practices within Dermatology.

Andrew Miller, MA

Salon E