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47891 CANNT 2006 Conf Program
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CANNT 2008
2008 marks a great year of CELEBRATION! CANNT is celebrating its 40th anniversary as the professional voice of nephrology nurses and
technologists in Canada. QUEBEC CITY is celebrating its 400th anniversary as a founding Canadian city! Following the theme of “OUR PAST
TURNED TOWARD OUR FUTURE”, our conference will be a time of celebration, camaraderie and continuing education!
CANNT 2008 is Canada’s leading national forum that offers delegates stimulating opportunities to participate in diverse scientific
presentations…intriguing poster presentations…expanded and interactive exhibits boasting the latest technologies, products and services…
riveting, multi-disciplined panel discussion…special interest group networking sessions…and social activities designed to relax and rejuvenate
everyone!
ACITN 2008
2008 est une grande année de festivités! L’ACITN célèbre son 40 ième anniversaire comme porte-parole professionnel des infirmières et
technologues en néphrologie au Canada. La Ville de Québec fête ses 400 ans de fondation. Avec le thème “Notre passé tourné vers l’avenir”,
la conférence de cette année sera un temps de festivités, de camaraderie et de formation continue.
L’ACITN 2008 est le forum canadien par excellence offrant aux délégués une myriade d’activités sans pareil par le biais de présentations
scientifique…d’affiches captivantes…de nombreux kiosques de partenaires de l’industrie offrant des technologies de pointe ainsi que des
produits et des services novateurs…des panels d’experts multidisciplinaires…des groupes de discussion sur des sujets précis…et des activités
sociales favorisant l’établissement de liens durables dans un décor enchanteur.
Conference Co-Chairs /
Co-responsables de conférence :
Members /
Membres :
Danielle Boucher NP MN CNeph(C)
Liane Dumais NP MN CNeph(C)
Diane Boisvert RN BN
Julie Dupont NP MN
Robert Hache MBA, Technologist
Lori Harwood RN MSc CNeph(C)
Julie Paquet RN CNeph(C)
Chantal Saumure RN BSN MBA
For REGISTRATION and all inquiries about CANNT 2008 /
Pour INSCRIPTIONS ou toutes autres informations concernant ACITN 2008 :
Heather E. Reid MSc
Innovative Conferences & Communications
PHONE (519) 652-0364
P.O. Box 319
59 Millmanor Place
FAX (519) 652-5015
Delaware, Ontario
e-mail: [email protected]
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For membership inquiries, please contact /
Vous désirez devenir membre, communiquer avec :
CANNT
336 Yonge Street, Suite 322
Barrie, Ontario
L4N 4C8
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PHONE (705) 720-2819
TOLL FREE 877-720-2819
FAX (705) 720-1451
e-mail: [email protected]
homepage: www.cannt.ca
Special Activities
Activités Spéciales
GISELLE KOVARY and ADWOA K BUAHENE
N-GEN PEOPLE PERFORMANCE: Generational Experts and Organizational Performance Experts
Giselle Kovary MA and Adwoa K Buahene MA are the managing partners of n-gen People Performance Inc., a leading performance consulting company focusing on human resources from a
generational perspective. They are the authors of Loyalty Unplugged: How to Get, Keep and Grow All Four Generations, which definitely answers the question, “Is loyalty dead?” The four generations
in the workplace Traditionalist, Baby Boomer, Gen X and Gen Y demonstrate different workplace behaviours because of their unique identities. Giselle and Adwoa help professionals maximize
those behaviours while managing the differences to create an engaged workforce. They clarify how to get, keep and grow your human capital by responding to the generational identities.
Giselle and Adwoa tackle the why, what, and how to, within recruitment, orientation, career-pathing, learning and development, mentoring, performance management, succession planning
and people management practices. Their highly customized keynote presentation will help delegates understand generational motivations from both a research and anecdotal perspective, and
provide strategic solutions that can be applied easily and quickly to improve organizational and people performance.
GISELLE KOVARY et ADWOA K BUAHENE
N-GEN PEOPLE PERFORMANCE: Experts générationnels et en performance organisationnelle
Giselle Kovary MA et Adwoa K Buahene MA sont les gestionnaires partenaires de n-gen People Performance Inc., une éminente compagnie de consultation ayant une expertise en ressources humaines concentrée vers
une perspective générationnelle. Elles sont les auteurs de Loyalty Unplugged: How to Get, Keep and Grow All Four Generations (Loyauté débranchée: Comment trouver, garder et développer les quatre générations), qui répond sans
aucun doute à la question, “Is loyalty dead?” (La loyauté est-elle morte?). Les quatre générations des milieux de travail: traditionaliste, baby boomer, générations X et Y démontrent différents comportements au travail
en raison de leur identité unique. Giselle et Adwoa aident les professionnels à maximiser les caractéristiques des comportements de chacune des générations tout en gérant les différences afin de créer une main
d’oeuvre engagée. Elles clarifient comment trouver, garder et développer le capital humain tout en répondant aux identités générationnelles. Giselle et Adwoa abordent le pourquoi, le quoi, et le comment, dans le
recrutement, l’orientation, le plan de carrière, l’apprentissage et le développement, le mentorat, la gestion de la performance, la planification de la relève et les pratiques de la gestion du personnel. Leurs présentation
personnalisées aideront les congressistes à comprendre les motivations générationnelles d’un point vue de recherche et anecdotique, et apporteront des solutions stratégiques qui peuvent être appliquées facilement
et rapidement pour améliorer la performance organisationnelle et humaine.
DR. GILLES LAPOINTE
Host of the popular daily television show Allô Docteur on Canal Vie, Dr. Lapointe gives hilarious presentations on healthy living and coping with stress. He is fluently bilingual, an accomplished
musician and extremely entertaining. His keynotes bring audiences to their feet and tears of laughter to their eyes. Dr. Lapointe is the author of the best-selling book Docteur, Aidez-Moi!
(Doctor, I Need Help) and has produced two videocassette series on health, Savoir Produire sans se Détruire (Being Productive not Destructive) and Le Succès par la Santé (Success Through Health).
Dr. Lapointe has lectured across Canada, in both French and English, to various groups including judges and attorneys, sales representatives, civil servants, medical practitioners, and many
more. He focuses on the importance of attitude in life. He helps individuals cope with stress by introducing the seven laws of success, important information about how to handle tough days.
Self-image, simplicity in your life, dignity and human pride are addressed in his humorous, yet insightful presentations.
DR. GILLES LAPOINTE
Animateur de la populaire émission télévisée quotidienne Allô Docteur sur les ondes de Canal Vie, Dr. Lapointe fait des présentations humoristiques sur comment vivre en santé et gérer le stress. Il est bilingue, musicien
accompli et extrêment divertissant. Ses présentations animées réjouissent le public. Dr. Lapointe est l’auteur du livre à succès Docteur, Aidez-Moi! et a produit deux vidéocassettes sur la santé, Savoir produire sans se
détruire et Le succès par la santé. Dr. Lapointe a présenté des conférences à travers le Canada, en français et en anglais, à des groupes variés dont des juges et avocats, des vendeurs, des fonctionnaires, des médecins et
plusieurs autres. Il se concentre sur l’importance de l’attitude dans la vie. Il aide les personnes à faire face au stress en présentant les sept lois du succès, une information importante pour savoir gérer les jours difficiles.
L’image de soi, la simplicité de la vie, la dignité et la fierté humaine sont abordées dans ses présentations drôles et perspicaces.
DANIÈLE SAUVAGEAU
Former Head Coach of the first Canadian Olympic hockey team to win gold in 50 years, Danièle Sauvageau has extensive experience in human resource management, coaching, leadership,
evaluation, communication and the making of a winning team. Her speeches are designed to teach, inspire and support people in being their best. She brings to the speaker arena a mix of
practical and academic experiences in the public, private and sport sector organizations. Fluently bilingual in French and English, her clients include the RCMP, Hockey Canada, Sport Canada,
Water Polo Canada, Bombardier, Federal and provincial government, and numerous private, public and not-for-profit organizations. Beyond coaching and working as a police officer, she is also
spokesperson for the Coaching Association of Canada, a member of the Canadian Professional Coaches Association, and was a member of the successful bid committee for the Vancouver 2010
Olympics bid. Her drive to win and her commitment to numerous, not-for-profit and community organizations round out her already impressive repertoire of accomplishments. Sauvageau and
her work have appeared on CBC, TSN and NBC, and been featured in a variety of Canadian and US publications. She co-authored the book A Golden Tear, an account of her journey to the Olympics.
DANIÈLE SAUVAGEAU
Ex-entraîneure-chef de la première équipe olympique canadienne de hockey à gagner une médaille d’or en 50 ans, Danièle Sauvageau possède une expérience considérable dans la gestion des ressources humaines, du
coaching, du leadership, de l’évaluation, de la communication et de la création d’une équipe gagnante. Ses discours sont conçus pour enseigner, inspirer et encourager les gens à se surpasser. Par ses conférences, elle
apporte une combinaison d’expériences au sein d’organisations publiques, privées et sportives. Maîtrisant le français et l’anglais, ses clients sont la GRC, Hockey Canada, Sport Canada, Water Polo Canada, Bombardier,
les gouvernements fédéral et provincial et plusieurs organismes privés, publics et à but non lucratif. En plus de son travail d’entraîneure et de policière, elle est également porte-parole pour l’Association canadienne des
entraîneurs, membre de l’Association canadienne des entraîneurs professionnels et a été membre du comité qui a obtenu avec succès la tenue des Olympiques à Vancouver en 2010. Sa volonté de réussir et son engagement
dans plusieurs organisations communautaires et à but non lucratif viennent compléter son impressionnante liste de réalisations. On a pu voir le travail de Madame Sauvageau sur les réseaux CBC, TSN, NBC et il a aussi
été présenté dans une grande variété de publications canadiennes et américaines. Elle est co-auteure du livre Une Larme d’or, le récit de son parcours vers les Olympiques.
OPENING RECEPTION / RÉCEPTION D’OUVERTURE
Thursday, October 23 / Jeudi, le 23 Octobre
“Celebrate Good Times – Come On!”
Forty years of CANNT will be celebrated in grand style during this event! Join us for a fun-filled Opening Reception which will highlight “Our Past Turned Toward Our Future”!
Les 40 ans de l’ACITN seront fêtés au cours de ce grand évènement. Joignez-vous à nous pour cette divertissante réception d’ouverture qui soulignera “Notre passé tourné vers l’avenir”!
EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT / SOIRÉE GALA
Saturday, October 25 / Samedi, le 25 Octobre - $60.00 / person / personne
“Que la fête continue!”
Discover the refreshing originality, the talent and the truly captivating humor of the Painchaud Family. You will be amazed
when you see them playing tremendously all at once on the same piano, master more than 15 different instruments with
virtuosity and accomplishing novel musical acrobatics. Witness for the first time what can really be done with a musical saw
and have a blast when you see the fiddler with the bow that takes on fire! Having a repertoire of more than 900 songs by
heart, they will also do any special requests right on the spot at tables. Delicious dinner included.
Découvrez le talent, l’originalité et l’humour des quatre frères et soeur de la famille Painchaud. En spectacle, vous les verrez
jouant tous à la fois sur le même piano à qui mieux mieux, giguer avec ferveur, maîtriser plus de quinze instruments avec
virtuosité et accomplissant des acrobaties musicales inédites. Vous y verrez notamment un violoneux dont l’archet prend
littéralement en feu alors qu’il joue sur son violon. Avec un répertoire de plus de 900 pièces, ils feront également toutes les
demandes spéciales en direct aux tables. Dîner délicieux inclus.
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General Information
Informations Générales
REGISTRATION FEES INCLUDE:
LES FRAIS D’INSCRIPTION INCLUENT:
Breakfasts, refreshment breaks and lunches - as noted in program; admission to the
Exhibit Hall on October 23, 24 & 25; the Opening Reception; a delegate bag; and all
printed materials.
Les déjeuners, les pauses santé, les dîners; l’admission à la foire commerciale les
23, 24, 25 octobre; la réception d’ouverture; un sac par délégué contenant le matériel
d’impression.
SPECIAL NOTES:
A NOTER:
• Some sessions may be ticketed and only those delegates pre-registered will be
guaranteed seats.
• Delegate name and work address will be shared with exhibitors, unless INNOVATIVE
CONFERENCES is notified otherwise by delegate.
• Scientific session handouts are provided at the discretion of the individual presenter.
• Certaines sessions nécessitent un billet et seulement les délégués qui sont préenregistrés peuvent réserver un siège.
• Le nom et l’adresse de travail des délégués seront transmis aux exposants à moins
d’un avis contraire du délégué fourni à INNOVATIVE CONFERENCES.
• La distribution des documents aux participants de la séance scientifique est laissée à
la discrétion de chaque conférencier.
CANCELLATION POLICY:
A 20% cancellation fee will be withheld from registration fee if written notice of
cancellation is received prior to September 19, 2008. No refunds will be issued after this
date. CANNT 2008 reserves the right to make appropriate program changes as deemed
necessary and/or cancel events due to circumstances beyond CANNT’s control. In the event
of cancellation of the conference, only tuition fees will be refunded.
POLITIQUE D’ANNULATION:
Un montant de 20% sera retenu des frais d’inscription dans l’éventualité d’une
annulation. Un avis par écrit attestant l’annulation doit être reçu avant le 19 septembre
2008. Après cette date aucun remboursement ne sera possible. L’ACITN se réserve le droit
d’apporter des modifications au programme ou d’annuler certaines activités. Dans
l’éventualité de l’annulation du congrès dans son intégralité, seulement les frais
d’inscription de ce dernier seront remboursés.
NEW TECHNOLOGY
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en français est offerte
seulement durant les
sessions présentées dans
la salle principale.
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CANNT 2008 abstracts, registration
form and exciting conference details are available
on-line at www.cannt.ca!
All paying delegates whose
registration is received at
INNOVATIVE CONFERENCES
on or before July 25, 2008
will be eligible for this draw.
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WIN 3 FREE NIGHTS
of ACCOMMODATIONS at the
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CANNT’s AWARD CELEBRATION & ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING /
REMISE DES PRIX D’EXCELLENCE & ASSUMBLÉE GÉNÉRALE ANNUELLE ACITN
All paying delegates whose registration
is received at INNOVATIVE CONFERENCES
on or before Friday, July 25th, 2008
will be eligible for this draw!
Friday, October 24 / Vendredi, le 24 octobre
CANNT is an active association meeting the educational and professional needs of nephrology nurses and technologists. Show your support of your
association and your colleagues....be there in person for your chance to secure a “sticker” for the Tradeshow Bingo Draw of
$500 CASH.
L’ACITN est une association qui répond aux besoins éducatifs et professionnels des infirmières et technologues en néphrologie. Démontrez votre
appui à votre association et à vos collègues... par votre présence en vous procurant un “autocollant” pour le tirage de $500 lors
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GAGNEZ 3 NUITS GRATUITES
à
L’Hôtel Québec Hilton
Tous les délégués qui feront parvenir leur
paiement à INNOVATIVE CONFERENCES
avant le vendredi 25 juillet 2008
seront éligibles à ce tirage!
T h u r s d a y, O c t o b e r 23
1200 - 2100
1330 - 1630
J e u d i , 23 O c to b re
REGISTRATION for all pre-registered conference & workshop delegates
INSCRIPTION des délégués pré-enregistrés à la conférence et aux ateliers pré-conférence
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP # 1 / ATELIER DE PRÉ-CONFÉRENCE #1
CNA Nephrology Nursing Certification Examination Workshop
Rick Luscombe RN BSN CNeph(C), Vancouver, British Columbia
This workshop is designed to inform and assist nephrology nurses preparing for the CNA certification exam. The content will focus on the CNA certification process, use practice questions to
familiarize applicants with the types of questions on the exam, and provide sample strategies to assist studying.
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP #2 / ATELIER DE PRÉ-CONFÉRENCE #2
The Basics of Peritoneal Dialysis
Debra Grant RN BN CNeph(C), Cindi Wheeler RN CNeph(C) and Susan McMurray RN BN CNeph(C)
This three-hour workshop will include information on basic peritoneal dialysis (PD), Continuous Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD), Automated Peritoneal Dialysis (APD), complications of PD, peritoneal
equilibrium testing (PET), adequacy of PD, myths surrounding PD, specialty solutions, and infection management. Canadian Society of Nephrology (CSN), Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality
Initiative (KDOQI) and International Society of Peritoneal Dialysis (ISPD) guidelines and recommendations will be discussed. Many organizations have published new guidelines and these will
be included in this workshop as well. The workshop is designed for nephrology staff members and nurses (CKD, Transplant or HD) who wish to expand their knowledge related to basic
peritoneal dialysis. It will also benefit all nurses studying for their CNeph(C) exam.
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP #3 / ATELIER DE PRÉ-CONFÉRENCE #3
Les Notions de Base de la Dialyse Péritonéale
Johanne Gawryluk RN BScN CNeph(C) et Marc Savoie RN BScN CNeph(C)
Cet atelier de 3 heures traitera des principes de base de la dialyse péritonéale ainsi que des points suivants, tels que: la dialyse péritonéale continue ambulatoire (DPCA), la dialyse péritonéale
automatisée (DPA), les complications de la DP, le test de perméabilité de la membrane péritonéale (TEP), de l’adéquation en DP, des mythes entourant la DP, des solutions spécialisées utilisées
en DP et de la gestion des infections. Les lignes de conduite à tenir et les recommandations proviennent de la Société canadienne de néphrologie (SCN), Kidney Disease Outcomes Quality
Initiative (KDOQI) et de l’International Society of Peritoneal Dialysis (ISPD). Les lignes de conduite plus récentes de d’autres organismes reconnus seront également incluses dans cet atelier.
L’atelier s’adresse au personnel de soins travaillant en néphrologie (pré-dialyse, transplantation et hémodialyse) et à tous ceux qui désirent approfondir leurs connaissances de la dialyse
péritonéale. Cet atelier est aussi un atout pour l’examen canadien en néphrologie.
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP #4 / ATELIER DE PRÉ-CONFÉRENCE #4
From Shunt to Buttonhole - What Does the Future Hold?
Anatole Besarab MD FACP, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Janet Graham RN MHScN CNeph(C), Ottawa, Ontario, George Oreopoulas MD, Toronto, Ontario, Alison Thomas RN BScN CNeph(C), Toronto, Ontario
This presentation will provide participants a historical and futuristic perspective on vascular access management. A forum designed to provide guidance, direction and vision on vascular access
management with a single goal: multidisciplinary approach to improving patient outcomes.
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP #5 / ATELIER DE PRÉ-CONFÉRENCE #5
Advances in Nephrology Care Through Technology
Chair: Edwin Toffelmire BSc MSC MDCM FRCPC FACP and panelists to be announced.
This workshop will review the development and advancement of the technology of dialysis products and systems over the past 60 years. The workshop will highlight the historical
development that led to today’s therapeutic tools and the technological developments that are anticipated in the future.
1630 - 1900
Dine on your own / Repas à vos frais
OR/OU
1700 - 1900
SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM / SYMPOSIUM SATELLITE
The Evolution of Dialysis Technology
John Sweeny BSc, Largo, Florida
This history adventure begins with the coining for the term “Dialysis” by a Scottish chemist in the nineteenth century and then progresses through the evolution of the equipment,
apparatus, and science developed by such dialysis pioneers as Kolff, Murray, Scribner, and Alwall. Each individual’s story is interlaced with the next to chronicle the growth of dialysis
technology. Along the way the patients, the real heroes, are also identified and recognized for their contributions to our present understanding of peritoneal and hemodialysis.
OR/OU
1700 - 1900
SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM / SYMPOSIUM SATELLITE
The Vexing Problem of Managing the “Challenging Patient”
David Mendelssohn MD FRCPC, Toronto
Following dinner, listen to Dr. Mendelssohn explore the following topics: Define what constitutes a ‘Challenging patient’; Review management strategies for the unplanned dialysis start
patient population; Understand risk stratification in CKD; and Update on cardiovascular research in the CKD setting.
1900 - 2200
“CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES - COME ON!”
OPENING RECEPTION / RÉCEPTION D’OUVERTURE
F r i d a y, O c t o b e r 24
0600 - 0700
0730 - 1700
0730 - 0830
0830 - 0900
0900 - 1015
Ve n d re d i , 24 O c t o b re
GUIDED WALK & RUN / MARCHE GUIDÉE & COURSE
REGISTRATION / INSCRIPTION
EXHIBITS, POSTERS & BREAKFAST / EXPOSANTS, PRÉSENTATION D’AFFICHES ET DÉJEUNER
OPENING CEREMONIES / CÉRÉMONIES D’OUVERTURE
KEYNOTE ADDRESS / CONFÉRENCE PRINCIPALE
FOUR GENERATIONS - FOUR APPROACHES TO WORK: ENGAGING ALL
Giselle Kovary MA and Adwoa K. Buahene MA, Co-founders of n-gen People Performance Inc.
The workforce is comprised of four generations (Traditionalist, Baby Boomer, Gen X and Gen Y). Each of these cohorts possesses unique identities that translate into different behaviours in the
workplace. It is important for managers and colleagues alike to be able to identify their own generational identities as well as those of their direct reports and colleagues in order to improve
team collaboration and achieve results. The business case for caring about generational differences is compelling. This is particularly true in the reality of the public sector’s ageing workforce
and shrinking labour pool. This presentation explains the generational identities, describes the differences in values, behaviours and expectations, and provides a framework that can be used
to increase engagement of a multigenerational team.
1015 - 1030
1030 - 1145
STRETCH BREAK / INTERLUDE
CANNT’s AWARD CELEBRATION & ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING / REMISE DES PRIX D’EXCELLENCE & ASSEMBLÉE GÉNÉRALE ANNUELLE ACITN
Attending this meeting entitles you to enter the CANNT $500 CASH DRAW…as well as securing a “sticker” for the TRADESHOW BINGO DRAW of $500 CASH.
Votre présence à cette assemblée vous donne droit de participer au tirage de $500 remis par l’ACTIN … tout en vous permettant de vous procurer un “autocollant” pour le tirage de $500 lors
du bingo de la foire commerciale
five
F r i d a y, O c t o b e r 24
1145 - 1300
1300 - 1350
Ve n d re d i , 24 O c t o b re
continued…
EXHIBITS, POSTERS & LUNCH / EXPOSANTS, PRÉSENTATION D’AFFICHES & DÎNER
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1A - 1F / SESSIONS CONCOMITANTES 1A - 1F
1A FREMS: Frequency Rhythmic Electrical Modulation System: Scientific Principles and Applications
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1400 - 1450
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 2A - 2F / SESSIONS CONCOMITANTES 2A - 2F
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
1450 - 1540
1540 - 1630
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
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The Combined Cardiac, Diabetes and Renal Clinic....Our Story
Shelley Burnett RN, Vancouver, British Columbia
This presentation will describe our “Combined Care Clinic” - providing “whole person”, coordinated care for patients with renal disease, diabetes and/or heart failure.
Cracking the Case of Reverse TMP (Transmembrane Pressure) in a Patient with Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia
Pamela Laprise RN BScN CNeph(C), Gloucester, Ontario
Reverse TMP alarms in a patient with Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia resulted in repeated clotting of the extracorporeal circuit. Why? Our solution.
Developing a Pathway in Nephrology for Risk Screening and Reporting a Patient’s Medical Condition to the Ministry of Transportation
Cherie Waldock MSW RSW and Kathleen Brown RN, Peterborough, Ontario
This presentation will discuss risk screening and reporting medical fitness to drive a motor vehicle and the ramifications of reporting to the Ministry of Transportation.
PLACE ROYAL
New Opportunities in Kidney Transplant
Jeff Zaltzman MD MSc FRCPC, Toronto, Ontario
This presentation will focus on new frontiers in kidney transplantation: donation after cardiac death, extended criteria donors, national paired kidney donation program and more!
CANNT Technical Standards: The Next Step....Home Dialysis
Darrell Cuza CET cdt, Martin Dyke AScT, Mukesh Gajaria BSc CDP, Robert Greening CTech cdt, Marc Heroux CTech, Mark Kusznier CET, Patricia Loughren RN BScN MA(Ed) and Shripal Parikh AScT cdt
CANNT’s Home Dialysis Standards of Technical Practice - guidelines for implementing, executing and identifying professional practice expectations for home dialysis modality, will be presented.
L’histoire de la dialyse dans l’Est du Québec
Gérald Guay, md, néphrologue, Québec
Un peu après Montréal, la capitale nationale se dotait progressivement des services néphrologiques grâce à un regroupement des effectifs dans un seul hôpital. La présentation décrira les
différentes étapes qui ont suivi l’arrivée en 1965 du pionnier, le Dr Warren.
EXHIBITS, POSTERS & NUTRITION BREAK / EXPOSANTS, PRÉSENTATION D’AFFICHES & PAUSE SANTÉ
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3A - 3F / SESSIONS CONCOMITANTES 3A - 3F
3A
1630 - 1730
1700
Beth Trewin RN CNeph(C), Shanty Bay, Ontario
The Effect of Frequency Modulated Neural Stimulation on the Healing of Chronic Leg Ulcers: A Case Study
Alison Anger RN BScN MSc ET, Oshawa, Ontario
The scientific principles and applications of FREMS, such as diabetic neuropathy and non-healing wounds, will be reviewed. A case study will be presented.
Transition - a Continuous Challenge!
Paule Comtois RN BScN CNeph(C), Montreal, Quebec
Transition to adulthood is a challenge for any individual. Advance in research and medicine has allowed patients with pediatric chronic diseases to become young adults. However, many of
these patients thrive poorly in the adult medical care system. While our patients should be dynamic about their new responsibilities many will feel abandoned by their pediatric center. How
can we improve our practice in order to offer age-appropriate care? How can we support our family into a successful transition?
Determinants of the Systolic Blood Pressure Response to Sub-Maximal Intra-Dialytic Exercise
Christopher Pawliuk BSc MSc(PT), Mhairi Karklin BSc(PT) MSc(PT), Heather Ballagh BSc MSc(PT), Jill Becker BSc MSc(PT), Dominic Paquet BSc MSc(PT), Kyle Ruttan BSc MSc(PT),
Edwin Toffelmire BSc MSc MDCM FRCPC FACP and Cheryl King-VanVlack BSc MSc PhD, Kingston, Ontario
We examined the factors associated with the dialysis procedure or with the uremic syndrome that may contribute to the systolic blood pressure response during intra-dialytic exercise.
Decreasing Hospital Admissions While Improving Outcomes for Patients Initiating Peritoneal Dialysis
Gillian Brunier RN MScN CNeph(C), Joyce Hiller RN CNeph(C), Cindi Wheeler RN CNeph(C), Shirley Drayton RN BA and Sheldon Tobe MD FRCPC, Toronto, Ontario
The purpose of our present study was to assess if a dedicated dialysis access nurse, along with the new procedure of radiological insertion of PD catheters, would result in decreased hospital
admissions and improved outcomes for patients starting PD.
The Coming of Age of Ultrapure Water
John Sweeny BSc, Largo, Florida
As technological and pharmalogical advances are made in renal treatment, patients are becoming more individualized. The implication of these advancements are many: more varieties of
dialysate, more flexibility in treatment modes…and yet our handling of water quality has fallen behind. This presentation will address the subject of water (eg., quality of water, purity,
bacteria counts and toxic content) and how it can be tailored to individual patients, and ultimately affect their quality of life.
L’unité mobile d’hémodialyse : nouveau mode de distribution de soins pour la clientèle en région
Diane Boisvert RN BN, Quebec, and Chantal Saumure RN BSN MBA, Moncton, New Brunswick
Depuis 2001, le centre hospitalier universitaire de Québec offre à sa clientèle dialysée résidant dans 2 régions à 100 km chacune de Québec, des traitements d’hémodialyse à bord d’une unité
mobile. Un franc succès!
Maximizing Effectiveness of Renal Health Education: Experiences of Developing and Implementing a Needs Assessment Tool within the Manitoba Renal Program
Lesley Cotsianis BMR (OT), O.T. Reg. (Mb), Alison Lindsay BN BHE, CNeph(C), Joanne Plamondon RN CDE CNeph(C), Winnipeg, Manitoba
This presentation will outline the experiences of the Manitoba Renal Program’s Renal Health Outreach team in implementing a needs assessment tool to identify strengths, resources, and
educational needs in First Nation communities in Manitoba.
Rethinking and Integrating Nephrology Palliative Care
Susan Young RN MN, Vancouver, British Columbia
What does nephrology palliative care look like? How can it be integrated into renal care? Come hear about how we are starting to answer these questions.
Putting Our Best Foot Forward!
Donna Schofield RN CNeph(C) Foot Care Nurse and Kathaleen Bijman BScN CNeph(C), Martintown, Ontario
We will demonstrate that a foot care assessment program within a hemodialysis unit promotes positive outcomes for the diabetic population.
Les donneurs marginaux et vivants : la solution de l’avenir?
Isabelle Houde MD directrice de l’unité de transplantation, Québec
Le nombre de patients en attente d’une transplantation rénale augmente sans arrêt, beaucoup plus rapidement que le nombre de donneurs disponibles. Cette disproportion entre les deux,
force les équipes à se tourner vers de nouveaux types de donneurs, qui n’étaient pas considérés auparavant en raison de certaines de leurs caractéristiques. Il s’agit des donneurs après arrêt
cardiaque, des donneurs marginaux ou encore des donneurs vivants. Quel est le pronostic rénal en fonction du type de donneur?
Real-time Total Microbiological Measurement for Water Samples
Pat Whalen PEng, Fredericton, New Brunswick
Through the use of 2nd generation Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) technology, it is now possible to measure all microorganisms with a test kit and equipment set that are portable, userfriendly and provide results in real time. This presentation will provide a review of microbiological detection tools for water systems, details on ATP detection and the advantages of 2nd
generation testing, and finally case histories from water treatment and distribution systems including potable, purified, and hemodialysis-grade waters.
Évaluation fonctionnelle en ergothérapie, des capacités à exécuter la dialyse péritonéale
Isabelle Cantin, ergothérapeute, CHUQ, Hôtel-Dieu de Québec
Cette présentation a pour objectif de faire connaître un outil d’évaluation, développé en ergothérapie, en collaboration avec l’équipe de dialyse à domicile de l’Hôtel-Dieu de Québec, qui
permet d’évaluer les capacités d’un client à réaliser la dialyse péritonéale.
CANNT’s 40th CELEBRATION RECEPTION - open to all / RÉCEPTION POUR LE 40 IÈME ANNIVERSAIRE DE L’ACITN - ouvert à tous
TECHNOLOGISTS’ NETWORKING MEETING / RENCONTRE DES TECHNOLOGUES
S a t u rd a y, O c t o b e r 25
0600 - 0700
0730 - 1700
0730 - 0830
0830 - 0930
S a m e d i , 25 O c to b re
GUIDED WALK & RUN / MARCHE GUIDÉE & COURSE
REGISTRATION / INSCRIPTION
EXHIBITS, POSTERS & BREAKFAST / EXPOSANTS, PRÉSENTATION D’AFFICHES & DÉJEUNER
KEYNOTE ADDRESS / CONFÉRENCE PRINCIPALE
PRESERVING YOUR HEALTH IN A WORLD OF CHANGE
Gilles Lapointe MD / Television Host and Author
Health is the precondition for success, positive thinking, motivation, work and satisfaction in your personal life. Health is the spark, the engine behind all that you do. As a physician, Dr.
Lapointe’s goal is to demonstrate that no diploma, profession, level of intelligence or amount of worldly goods can shield people from stress. He teaches people how to get to know
themselves better, to identify the elements of stress in their lives, to understand the effects of stress on their mental and physical health, and in so doing, provide them with hope and the
tools to deal with their problems and face life head on.
0940 - 1030
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 4A - 4F / SESSIONS CONCOMITANTES 4A - 4F
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
1040 - 1130
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 5A - 5F / SESSIONS CONCOMITANTES 5A - 5F
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
1130 - 1300
1300 - 1445
Fistula Banding for Steal Syndrome: An Interventional Approach
Marie Webb RN, Mississauga, Ontario
This interesting case study highlights a young hemodialysis patient with progressive steal syndrome. Access creation, symptoms and an innovative solution are explored.
“Beat Those Bugs!” - Implementing Contact Precautions in our Community Dialysis Units for “Closer to Home” Care
Susan Young RN MN, Carole Dalziel RN, Jim Curtin RN BScN CIC, Michael Burns RN, Barbara Carter RN CNeph(C), Peter Lam RN CNeph(C), April O’Brien RN BSN CNeph(C) and
Catherine Sullivan RN BNSc MA(c), Vancouver, British Columbia
This presentation describes how we closed a gap in nursing care - contact precautions implementation in our community dialysis units to “Beat Those Bugs!” and enable closer to home care.
Building Benchmarks: A Foundation for Practice
Debra Appleton RN MN CNeph(C), Sharrron Izatt RN BScN CNeph(C), Elizabeth Kelman RN MEd CNeph(C), Fatima Benjamin-Wong RN BScN CNeph(C), Wendy Clarke RN, Cathy Dickenson RN BScN CNeph(C),
Kay McGarvey RN CCHN(C), Judith Ferguson RN, Emily Harrison RN BHScN CNeph(C), Mina Kashani RN BHScN CNeph(C), Diana Demedieros - Administrative Assistant, Pat Pollard RN, Jannette Solomon RN,
Patricia Trieu RN MScN and Saverina Sanchez RN BScN MScN(s) CNeph(C), Toronto, Ontario
The City-Wide-Peritoneal-Dialysis-Interest-Group (CWPDIG) in Toronto will present a quality initiative aimed at reducing the episodes of peritonitis (EOP).
A Nurse-Run Renal Insufficiency Clinic: The CanPREVENT Experience
Denise Gaudet RN MSN, Maryse Pelletier-Hibbert RN PhD(c), Anita Molzahn RN PhD and Rosalie Starzomski RN PhD
This study explores the nature of care provided to people with early renal insufficiency, as well as the patients’, nurses’ and physicians’ experiences in the CKD clinic.
Overview of the Regulatory Affairs in Dialysis
PLACE ROYAL
Eric Claes BSc, Montreal, Quebec
This session for nephrology technologists will explore current regulatory requirements and guidelines, as well as looking forward.
L’hémodialyse à domicile au CHUQ, une longue histoire
Carole Duchesneau, inf. B. Sc. et Claudine Robitaille, inf., Quebec
Cette présentation abordera l’évolution de l’hémodialyse à domicile au CHUQ de 1970 à aujourd’hui. Les technologies, les différents modes de traitement et le rôle de l’infirmière envers cette
clientèle raconteront l’histoire de l’un des premiers centres à offrir de l’hémodialyse à domicile au Québec.
Canada Day Fire - Disasters Can Happen At Any Time
Emily Harrison RN BHScN CNeph(C) and Shaunette Williams RN BHScN, Oshawa, Ontario
The Lakeridge Health fire and subsequent evacuation highlight the need for a comprehensive evacuation and disaster plan.
CQI: the Process, Pointers and Pitfalls.”
Trish O’Brien RN, Toronto, Ontario
The objectives of this presentation are: provide a historical perspective on quality in health care; define the process of CQI in CKD care; and identify key opportunities and barriers to the CQI
process.
SARP Vascular Access Workshop
Jozefina Scarrett RN BScN CNeph(C), LaiKing Wu RN BScN and Rajneet Atkar RN BN CNeph(C), Calgary, Alberta
Oral presentation of the Southern Alberta Renal Program’s (SARP) one day Vascular Access Workshop contents and format would be provided. Booklet created had 4 modules and required
active participation by the registrants. Moderators were also utilized.
Donation altruiste : une expérience de collaboration en transplantation rénale
Chantal Fortin inf., MSc, CNéphro(C), Montreal, Quebec
Étude de cas en donation rénale altruiste exemplifiant la réussite d’une collaboration inter et intra professionnelle au sein de l’équipe de transplantation de l’hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont.
New Technologies to Address Common Challenges in Tunneled Chronic Hemodialysis Catheters
Michael G. Tal MD MBA, New Haven, Connecticut
Overview of up and coming catheter technologies that are designed to address common challenges in catheter related hemodialysis access including recirculation, clotting, infection
and fibrin sheath.
Le soin des plaies en Néphrologie
Julien Côté, Infirmier clinicien, Stomothérapeute, CHUQ HDQ
Approche globale dans une prise en charge des lésions cutanées chez une clientèle de Néphrologie. Appliquer une démarche de soins en lien avec cette problématique, appliquer une
démarche professionnelle en s’inspirant des donnés probantes et des fondements théoriques des soins infirmiers dans une perspective de prévention et promotion de la santé.
EXHIBITS, POSTERS & LUNCH / EXPOSANTS, PRÉSENTATION D’AFFICHES & DÎNER
PANEL PRESENTATION / PANEL D’EXPERTS
Dialysis and Transplantation: Accessibility for All or Selection Criteria?
Dialyse et transplantation : accessibilité pour tous ou selon des critères de sélection?
Panelists to be confirmed / Panel d’experts à confirmer.
All presentations
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 6A - 6F / SESSIONS CONCOMITANTES 6A - 6F
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Predictors of Hemodialysis Central Venous Catheter Exit Site Infections
Lori Harwood RN MSc CNeph(C), Barbara Wilson RN MScN CNeph(C), Bonita Thompson RN BA, Elizabeth Brown RN and Danae Young RN, London, Ontario
This presentation will report the results of an observational study examining predictors of hemodialysis central venous catheter exit site infections.
Anatomy, Physiology and Management of Chronic Wounds in End Stage Renal Disease
Maria Scattolon RN MSN CNeph(C) APN, Hamilton, Ontario
An introduction to the etiology of chronic wounds, host factors and pathogenic inhabitants that impede healing; wound assessment and management of chronic wounds
commonly found in ESRD.
Human Caring Through Peace and Power
Saverina Sanchez RN MScN(c) CNeph(C), Brampton, Ontario
Leadership utilizing the concepts of Peggy Chinn’s Peace and Power helped create an environment that fosters respect, and nurtured growth and empowerment that revitalized a caring
workplace. Dr. Watson’s theory of Human Caring helps bring the human aspect back to nursing and the art of caring is revitalized in the workplace.
What Is New In PD?
Peter Blake MB MSc FRCPC FRCPI, London, Ontario
This presentation will review recent developments in the practice of PD and, in particular, the new Canadian Society of Nephrology recommendations on PD prescription.
“Patient Voices” Results of Renal Patient Satisfaction and QoL Surveys and their Impact on Service Delivery Planning
Ruth Burns Dip Eng Tech and Karen Mahoney MSN, New Westminster, British Columbia
This presentation reviews results of our patient satisfaction and quality of life surveys and their impact on service delivery planning.
La pratique d’activité physique : un atout à ne pas négliger pour les patients hémodialysés
Marie-Josée Quesnel-Mercier, M. Sc. Kinésiologue, Verdun, Quebec
Cette présentation traitera de l’intégration et des bienfaits d’un programme d’activité physique supervisé auprès des patients hémodialysés.
CONCURRENT SESSIONS 7A - 7F / SESSIONS CONCOMITANTES 7A - 7F
7A
7B
7C
7D
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7F
1830 - 2300
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PD Complication: A Challenging Case
Maria Gatto RN CNeph(C) and Liliane Hess BSc CNeph(C), Montreal, Québec
Approximately 2-3 % of Peritoneal Dialysis patients develop hydrothorax secondary to pleuro-peritoneal communication. We will describe a case of hydrothorax that occurred in a patient on
CAPD and highlight the problems of diagnosis and its management.
HDF (Hémodiafiltration en ligne)
Chantal Painchaud infirmière en néphro and Suzie Mayer infirmière en néphro, Ste-Catherine, Québec
Comparaison de l’hémodialyse conventionnelle avec nouvelle technologie “ hémodiafiltration en ligne “ selon les normes Européennes (épuration des molécules, considérations techniques,
outils monitoring, bénéfices etc.).
Frequent and Home Hemodialysis
Rita Suri MD MSc FRCPC FACP, London, Ontario
The evidence regarding the potential clinical benefits of frequent hemodialysis will be reviewed. Selection, training and management of patients on home hemodialysis will be discussed.
Supporting Patients’ Decision Making Across the Trajectory of Chronic Kidney Disease: A Nursing Best Practice Guideline
Gillian Brunier RN MScN CNeph(C), Eleanor Ravenscroft RN PhD CNeph(C) and Jenny Oey Chung RN MN, Toronto, Ontario
Evidence on the topic of supporting patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) to make quality decisions about their health has not been well integrated into the literature or assimilated
into practice. To address this gap, a provincial nursing association has undertaken a critical synthesis of existing evidence and the development of a best practice guideline.
Hémodialyse et lieux de villégiature
Claude Renaud - Technicien en génie biomedical, Montreal
Cette présentation décrit la marche à suivre afin de déterminer le type de système de traitement d’eau pour hémodialyse le plus efficace et efficient à utiliser dans des endroits où les
infrastructures sont limitées. L’expérience de la clinique d’hémodialyse du camp Papillon, situé au nord de Montréal, dans les Laurentides, nous a amené à nous questionner sur le sujet.
Dans cette présentation nous décrirons comment choisir un système de traitement d’eau qui possède tous les attributs nécessaires afin que: la sécurité et l’intégrité du patient et de
l’utilisateur soit préservée; la qualité d’eau produite réponde aux normes d’hémodialyse en vigueur; sa capacité réponde aux besoins cliniques; la prolifération bactérienne soit minimisée; les
modifications aux infrastructures existantes soient restreintes; le rapport qualité/prix soit le meilleur.
Qualité de soins et efficience de gestion en dialyse péritonéale : Une équation résolue
NIGHT PANORAMA
Nicole Mathieu infirmière, Sylvie Bureau inf. clinicienne, et Lise St Pierre inf. clinicienne, Montreal, Québec
L’implication des infirmières de la dialyse péritonéale tout au long du continuum de soins permet d’augmenter la clientèle.
“Que la fête continue!”
CANNT 2008 EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT / SOIRÉE DE GALA L’ACITN 2008
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DARK CLOUDS & SILVER LININGS: THE FUTURE FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
Richard Worzel, Canada’s leading futurist, Toronto, Ontario
These are both the best of times and the worst of times in health care, and there will be more of both in our future. Breakthroughs in genetics, molecular biology, and the applications of IT
to research are leading to miraculous treatments and cures in health care, with the result that professionals will be able to deliver better care and superior, more satisfying outcomes. Yet, at
the same time, the aging of the population, the soaring costs of health care, and the seeming inability of governments to make long-term plans to manage these costs will make life more
difficult for health care workers. How these issues will resolve, and what lies ahead in our working lives will be outlined. A fascinating glimpse of tomorrow’s world, and how it will affect us!
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GOING FOR GOLD IN LEADERSHIP
Danièle Sauvageau, Former Head Coach of the First Canadian Olympic Hockey Team to Win Gold in 50 Years
Danièle Sauvageau did a marvellous job of holding her team together and winning the one game that mattered. She will share with us the challenges her team faced on their journey to
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decisions that at times were unpopular by my peers, but I followed my strongest beliefs and took a chance!”
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Poster Presentations
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CANNT 2008’s poster hall is filled with many exciting and diverse posters! Complete abstracts and author information
for poster presentations can be found in CANNT’s 2008 Conference Journal - Supplementary Abstract Issue #3A.
1 Proposal for an Enhanced Nova Scotia Satellite Dialysis Service
Susan McNeil RN BN, Halifax, Nova Scotia
2 Development of a Peritoneal Dialysis Support Initiative for Clients in
the Community
Susan McNeil RN BN, Halifax, Nova Scotia
3 Old Dolls with New Tricks: The Ontario Late Career Initiative in Action
Linda Bruce RN and Barbara Blackwell RN, Toronto, Ontario
4 SARP Educational Program
Rajneet Atkar RN BN CNeph(C), Kuljit Parmar RN BN, Jozefina Scarrett RN BN CNeph(C) and
LaiKing Wu RN BN, Calgary, Alberta
5 Biomedical Nephrology Technical Services: Is Your Job Description Lined-Up
with Reality?
Gil Grenier - Dialysis Technologist, Ottawa, Ontario
6 Evaluation of the Nephrology Nurse Practitioner Role: Looking Back with a
Clear Vision Towards the Future
Marsha Wood RN BN MN CNeph(C), Sohani Welcher RN MN GNC(C), and
David Landry RN MN CNeph(C), Halifax, Nova Scotia
7 Building Partnerships: Promoting Peritonitis Prevention
Debra Appleton RN MN CNeph(C), Sharron Izatt RN BScN CNeph(C),
Elizabeth Kelman RN MEd CNeph(C), Fatima Benjamin-Wong RN BScN CNeph(C),
Wendy Clarke RN, Cathy Dickenson RN BScN CNeph(C), Kay McGarvey RN CCHN(C),
Judith Ferguson RN, Emily Harrison RN BHScN CNeph(C), Linda Nasso RN CNeph(C),
Mina Kashani RN BHScN CNeph(C), Ramona Cook RN, Estrella Mercurio RN BSN MA GNC(c) ET,
Cenona Wilson RN, Pat Pollard RN, Christina Rajsic RN, Jannette Solomon RN,
Patricia Trieu RN MScN, Sharon Fairclough RN CNeph(C) BN(c) and
Saverina Sanchez RN BScN MScN(s) CNeph(C), Toronto, Ontario
8 Caring for Clients who Care for Themselves
Gail Barbour RN CNeph(C) and Fernanda Morley RN CNeph(C), London, Ontario
9 Canada Day Fire - Disasters Can Happen at Any Time - Do You Have Your
Evacuation Kit Ready?
Emily Harrison RN BHScN CNeph(C), Patti Elliott RN, Anne Goerz RN, Karen Tunney RN,
Irene Brown RN and Judy Wilson RN, Oshawa, Ontario
10 Lakeridge Health - Regional Nephrology System - Report on Best Practice
and Strategies to Improve Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter Implantation
Emily Harrison RN BHScN CNeph(C), Oshawa, Ontario
11 Homevisits: Behind Closed Doors
Anna-Marie Sutherland RN CNeph(C), Cathy Baynham RN CNeph(C),
Heather Bouckley RN CNeph(C), Gale Burden RN CNeph(C), Michelle Donoghue RN,
Heather Jackman-McCallum RN CNeph(C), Linda Nasso RN CNeph(C),
Heather Schroder RN CNeph(C) and Pat Reed MSW RSW, Toronto, Ontario
12 Nursing Responsibilities re: Vascular Access Primary Nurse versus Assigned
Nurse: Two Views - One Direction
Karen MacDonald RN CNeph(C), Juniper Mountain, Nova Scotia
13 Watch Your Back!
Fran Boone RN and Carrie Armstrong RN BScN, London, Ontario
14 A Continuous Quality Improvement Project to Enhance Data Collection
Related to Peritoneal Dialysis Infections
Lynn Gosselin-McRae RN CNeph(C) and Brenda Cyr-Mockler RN CNeph(C), Ottawa, Ontario
15 End Stage Renal Disease Supportive Care Pathway: A Pathway to Guide
Supportive and End-of-Life Care for People Coping with Renal Disease
Cynthia Mills RN BN CNeph(C), Debbie Hodgins BA BSW RSW and
Monique Caines BSc RD, Windsor, Ontario
18 The Impact of Single-Needle Hemodialysis on New Chronic Dialysis Starts for
Individuals with Arteriovenous Fistulae
Barbara Wilson RN MScN CNeph(C), Lori Harwood RN MSc CNeph(C), Bonita Thompson RN BA,
Gail Barbour RN CNeph(C), Mike Berta RN BScB BScN, Lisa Hannah RN,
Betty Herman RN, Elaine Liston RN CNeph(C), Margaret Robb RN,
Nola Rowland RN CNeph(C) and Twylla Dawn Wyton RN, London, Ontario
19 Achieving Full Scope of Practice in Hemodialysis for the Registered Practical
Nurse at Lakeridge Health
Emily Harrison RN BHScN CNeph(C), Barb Brown RPN, Laura Wigley RPN, Jennifer Verrydt RPN,
Betsy Brown RPN, Sherri Wood RPN and Andrea Ravestein RN CNeph(C), Oshawa, Ontario
20 Alerting Nephrology Nurses to Diet and Diabetes Self-Care Issues for Patients
with Type 2 Diabetes on Hemodialysis
Teresa Taillefer BASc RD CDE, Sudbury, Ontario
21 A Quality Improvement Initiative: Our Version of a Vascular Access Camp
Mary Larade RN CNeph(C) and Heather MacQueen RN BScN CNeph(C), Sydney, Nova Scotia
22 Implementation of a Multidisciplinary Medication Reconciliation Review in
the Outpatient Hemodialysis Program
Gigi Wo BScPhm RPh, Ryan Leppert BScPhm RPh, Reshma Dole BScPhm RPh,
Sara Durkee CPhT and Lynn McArthur CPhT, Oshawa, Ontario
23 Changing Homes: Peritoneal Dialysis in Long-Term Care
Nancy Erb RN CNeph(C), Faria Ali RN BScN GNC(C), Julie Nhan RN MN CNeph(C) and
Serena Chee RN BScN CNeph(C), Vancouver, British Columbia
24 Welcome to London Health Sciences Centre Satellite and Home Care Program:
A Brief Outline from a Technical Point of View
Andy Gottfried - Dialysis Technologist, London, Ontario
25 Home Hemodialysis: Challenges to Success - a Community Hospital Perspective
Tracey Burton RN CNeph(C) HBSc and Tina Regular RN, Newcastle, Ontario
26 Day of Celebration and Learning
Tracey Burton RN CNeph(C) HBSc, Pat Reed MSW RSW and Tina Regular RN, Newcastle, Ontario
27 Exit Site Healing and Patient Satisfaction for a Novel Vascular Access Device
Anna-Marie Sutherland RN CNeph(C), Abram Janis MS, Murray Asch MD FRCPC,
Andy Myers MD CM FRCPC and Andrew Steele MD FRCPC, Toronto, Ontario
28 Innovations in Continuous Education for Peritoneal Dialysis Patients
Debbie Hogendoorn RN and Nancy Heinrich RN, Peterborough, Ontario
29 Achieving Patient and Management Expectations through an
Interdisciplinary Peritoneal Dialysis Approach
Sylvie Bureau RN BSc and Nicole Mathieu RN, Montreal, Quebec
30 A Creative Partnership: Utilization of a New Patient Information Binder as a
Self-Management Strategy
Linda Ballantine RN MEd CNeph(C), Mary Schwan RN and Heather Pitcher RN GNC(C),
Toronto, Ontario
31 Transitions: The Changeover from One Peritoneal Dialysis System Provider
to Another
Linda Ballantine RN MEd CNeph(C), Judith Ferguson RN CNeph(C),
Kimberley Bolender RN CNeph(C) and Janice Herdman RN CNeph(C), Toronto, Ontario
32 Elevated Glycosylated Hemoglobin Levels in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients: Is It
All About the Glucose Load?
Christina Vaillancourt BSc RD CDE, Oshawa, Ontario
33 Technical Challenges of Delivering Mobile Rural Renal Dialysis in Alberta
Taras Sembaliuk - Biomedical Eng Technologist and
Troy Rossmann - Biomedical Eng Technologist, Edmonton, Alberta
16 Quality of Life Issues Evolving from the Impact of Nocturnal Hemodialysis
Joanne Selin BN RN CNeph(C) and Bonnie Couture RN CNeph(C), Calgary, Alberta
34 Do We Have a Problem? Assessing Vascular Access Infections in our Home
Hemodialysis Program
Sarah Thomas RN BSN CNeph(C) and Beverly Sondrup RN BSN CNeph(C),
Richmond, British Columbia
17 Managing Peritoneal Dialysis Patients Across the Continuum: An Awareness
Campaign for PD Stakeholders
Teresa Morosin RN, Martin Ruaux RN BScN and Mary Stock RN, Hamilton, Ontario
35 Making an Electronic Order Entry and Documentation System Work for
Peritoneal Dialysis - Surmounting Design Limitations
Donna Leafloor RN BScN MHSM and Monique Bénard RN CNeph(C), Ottawa, Ontario
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36 Data Safety Monitoring Boards: What Role do They
Play in Clinical Research?
Valerie Cronin RN BA SCM MA CCRP, Orleans, Ontario
47 Our Experience: Establishing A PD Program A Nursing Framework
Sharon Fairclough RN CNeph(C) BN(c), Brampton, Ontario
37 Bridging the Gap: Implementation of the New
Graduate Initiative in Hemodialysis
Jocelyne Kerby RN CNeph(C) and Shaniel DesVignes RN BScN,
Toronto, Ontario
48 Targeting Dry Weight
Gail Barbour RN CNeph(C),
Julie Ann Lawrence-Murphy RN (EC) MScN CNeph(C),
Margaret Hastings RN and Christine St. Roch RN BScN,
London, Ontario
38 Le réseau vasculaire: un capital à préserver pour le
futur
Diane Desmarais BSc DESS Sc Inf and
Lyse Pelletier BSc Inf AIC hémodialyse, Montreal, Quebec
39 Peritoneal Dialysis Growth at Saskatoon Health
Region: What Happened?
Jane Dutchak RN CNeph(C), Brendan McLoughlin BScN,
Joann Merkley RN, Nancy Fortier RN BScN,
Susan Robichaud RN BScN and Julie Nhan RN MN CNeph(C),
Vancouver, British Columbia
40 Guidelines for Disaster Planning Home Hemodialysis
Gourie Ramlal BSc CDP,
Meenakshi Sundharam Sudarshan PGD Dt. Cdt. and
Cesar Santiago GPD Dt., Toronto, Ontario
41 Home But Not Forgotten: A “Case” for Inclusion of
Home Hemodialysis Patients in Clinical Research
Studies
Anna-Marie Sutherland RN CNeph(C), Abram Janis MS,
Murray Asch MD FRCPC, Andy Myers MD CM FRCPC and
Andrew Steele MD FRCPC, Toronto, Ontario
42 Variability Between Transonic Access Flow
Measurements: How Significant Is It?
Janet Graham RN BHScN MHScN CNeph(C),
Gil Grenier - Dialysis Technologist, Jim Jaffey BSc MSc
and Peter Magner MD FRCPC, Ottawa, Ontario
43 The Renal Community Council as a Model for
Partners in Care: Addressing Past Concerns,
Managing Present Issues and Preparing for the
Future
Robert Minke - patient/Chair, KW Site Renal Community
Council, Ken Roberts BSW MSC RSW and
Joy Bevan RN BHScN MHM, Kitchener, Ontario
44 Home Dialysis: Water Treatment System Design and
Equipment Selection
Sal Treesh - Biomedical Eng Technologist BSc, London, Ontario
45 Advancing Practice: Managing Peritoneal Dialysis by
Expansion of the RPN Role
Debra Appleton RN MN CNeph(C) and Norma Bonnick RPN,
Toronto, Ontario
46 Achieving the 2006 Pediatric Kidney Disease
Outcomes Quality Initiative Anemia Targets in
Hemodialysis: Outcomes Following a Nurse Driven
Anemia Protocol
Lori Paillé RN BSN CNeph(C) and Colin White MD,
Vancouver, British Columbia
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49 The Technology Behind Blood Pressure
Measurement - From Past to Future
Gabriel Fotiou - Dialysis Technologist,
Kerry MacNeill - Dialysis Technologist,
Larry Srigley - Dialysis Technologist,
Mollah Haque - Dialysis Technologist,
Lou Borsella - Dialysis Technologist and
David Lee - Dialysis Technologist, Richmond Hill, Ontario
50 Peritonitis in North America: The Current State and
Best Demonstrated Practices
Susan McMurray RN BN CNeph(C), London, Ontario
51 Examining Data Quality in Canadian Dialysis Units
Cathy Nadiger RN BSN CNeph(C) and Connie McNaught RN,
Regina, Saskatchewan
52 Optimizing Care and Improving Outcomes in
Evening Dialysis Patients
Sharon Kostiloff RN CNeph(C) BScN(c) and
Janet Feener RN CNeph(C) BScN(c), Ancaster, Ontario
53 A Quarter Century of PD: BC Children’s Hospital
Experience
Jennifer Leechik RN BSN, Brent Chang BSc and Colin White MD,
Vancouver, British Columbia
54 Picture This…Putting a Face to Positive Patient
Identification
Saverina Sanchez RN BScN MScN(s) CNeph(C) and
Annette Weeres RN BScN MN(s), Richmond Hill, Ontario
55 Quality Assurance Through a Custom Designed Data
Base
Kugan Sangarapillai - Dialysis Technologist, Toronto, Ontario
56 Info To Go...A Pilot Project: A Complete Peritoneal
Dialysis Education Toolkit for Community Nurses
Debra Grant RN BN CNeph(C), Catherine Brumwell RN BScN and
Kathryn Levedag BA, Milton, Ontario
57 A Peritoneal Catheter Project: Strategies to
Improve Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter Implantation
Zita Abreu RN BScN, Toronto, Ontario
58 A Closed System is the Way to GO!
Shelley Stamm RN CNE and Rhiannon Thomas RN CNE,
Regina, Saskatchewan
59 Blow Up the Balloons - We’re 10!
Katie Nikl RN CNeph(C), June Morgan RN CNeph(C) and
Lee Beliveau RN CNeph(C), Surrey, British Columbia
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