Educational Lunches

International Stroke Conference 2020

State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium: February 18
Pre-Conference Symposia: February 18
Sessions: February 19–21
Los Angeles Convention Center | Los Angeles, California

Fellow and Early Career Mentoring Luncheon
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 12:10 p.m. – 1:30 p.m., Room 403 B

Conference attendees must register for this luncheon. Tickets are $25 and seating is limited.One of the most exciting and motivating experiences for early career professionals is connecting with a successful leader who can provide meaningful mentorship and guidance. This lunch will provide an informal forum for new connections to be made between early career professionals and leaders in stroke. Special efforts have been made to ensure a memorable and worthwhile activity for all attendees. This luncheon is open only to students and early career registrants (those who have completed training in the last five years or those in the first five years after faculty appointment.)
The luncheon will feature a 30 minute presentation by a panel of experts in the field, followed by question/answer and networking sessions at individual tables.

Mentorship and Sponsorship for the Early Investigator
Devin Brown, MD, Ann Arbor, MI

Research: Navigating Grants and Lab Startup
Rebecca F Gottesman, MD, Baltimore, MD

Clinical Trial Involvement for the Early Investigator
Sunil A Sheth, MD, Houston, TX

Beyond Residency: Fellowship and Training Programs
Amer M Malik, MD, Miami, FL

We would like to thank Alexandra L Czap and Erica Jones for their time and effort in planning this Fellow and Early Career Mentoring Luncheon.

Advance Practice Providers’ Luncheon
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 12:10 p.m. – 1:30 p.m., Room 501

Conference attendees must register for this luncheon. Tickets are $25 and seating is limited.

APP Research & Scholarship
Anne Alexandrov, PhD, Memphis, TN

APP Roles in Neurocritical Care
Jennifer Nicole Bonner, BSN, Louisville, KY

Coordinating Health System Wide approaches to Stroke Care
Christy Casper, MSN, Lakewood, CO

Balancing Roles as Stroke Coordinators & APPs
Fern Cudlip, NP, Windsor, CA

DNP vs PhD?
Wendy Dusenbury, DNP, Garden Plain, KS

Defining your role as an APP in the stroke world. Proving your worth.
Adam Ganzman, MSN, Summit, NJ

APP Mentorship and Creative Strategies for Career Development
Mary Guhwe, DNP, Durham, NC

How to Prevent Burnout with Mixed APP Roles
Michelle L Kearney, DNP, Nashville, TN

APP Roles in Tele-medicine
Terri Kiernan, ANP, Lakewood, CO

A Common Mistake in Resourcing Comprehensive Stroke Centers
Sarah Livesay, RN, Chicago, IL

How to Stay Current with the Rapidly Changing Topic of Stroke
Debbie Lombardi Hill, BS, Gainesville, FL

Post Acute Stroke Care, Community resources and patient education handouts
Sarah Lycan, MSN, Winston Salem, NC

APP Impact for JTC reviews. A Joint Commission surveyor perspective.
Jennifer Lynn Patterson, NP, Chattanooga, TN

How to be an effective change agent at your organization
Sue Pugh, MSN, Baltimore, MD

APP as ED Stroke Leaders
Alicia Richardson, MSN, Palmyra, PA

Templates, Billing, Efficiency. Tips for the Neuro-hospitalist APP
Julie Schafer,

APPs Moving to Administrative Roles
Karen Seagraves, PhD, Marietta, GA

Determining pathogenic mechanism of stroke and selecting secondary prevention
Victoria Swatzell, NP, Memphis, TN

Managing Post-Stroke Sequela: Seizures, Headache, Depression
Erika Webster, FNP, Winston Salem, NC

We would like to thank Christina Condon, Sarah Lycan, Anne Wojner, and Iranthi T. Peiris for their time and effort in planning this Advance Practice Providers’ Luncheon.
 

Nursing and Rehabilitation Professionals Luncheon
Thursday, Feb 20, 12:10 pm – 1:30 pm, Room 501

Conference attendees must register for this luncheon. Tickets are $25 and seating is limited.

The Stroke Council's Interprofessional Health Committee will hold an interdisciplinary roundtable luncheon welcoming nurses, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech/swallowing therapists, physiatrists, neurologists, psychologists and others involved in stroke care.

TOPIC: Emerging Issues in Palliative Care
MODERATOR:
Jill Cameron, MSc, PhD, Toronto, ON, Canada

Nursing and Rehab Professionals Luncheon Schedule
TIMEACTIVITY
12:10 p.m.Palliative Care After Stroke
Barbara Lutz, RN, PhD, Hampstead, NC
12:30 p.m.Best Practices for Palliative Care in Stroke - Changes and Challenges
Dylan Blacquiere, MD, Ottawa, ON, Canada
12:50 p.m.Let’s Not Forget About the Family Caregiver
Jill Cameron, MSc, PhD, Toronto, ON, Canada
1:10 p.m.Discussion

We would like to thank Jill Cameron for her time and effort in planning this luncheon.

Basic Scientists Networking Luncheon
Thursday, Feb 20, 12:10 pm – 1:30 pm, Room 403 B

Conference attendees must register for this luncheon. Tickets are $25 and seating is limited.

Basic Scientists Luncheon Schedule
TIMEACTIVITY
12:10 p.m.Choosing a Mentor: It takes a village
Paco Herson, PhD, Aurora, CO
12:15 p.m.Q&A
12:25 p.m.Things I Wish I Had Known Sooner. Tips for Successful Grantsmanship
James Koenig, PhD, Bethesda, MD
12:30 p.m.Q&A
12:40 p.m.Seeking NIH funding? How to navigate the NINDS waters
Francesca Bosetti, PharmD, PhD, Bethesda, MD
12:45 p.m.Q&A
12:55 p.m.Networking

We would like to thank Francesca Bosetti, Paco Herson, and James Koenig for their time and effort in planning this luncheon.