Program

This is a tentative schedule subject to change.

Day 1

8:00 - 9:30        Board Meeting - Little Apple Board Room

9:00 - 9:45        Check in / Registration

9:45 - 10:00      Welcome - Ball Room

10:00 - 11:00    Keynote Speaker - Jim Turner, MD: Decreased Use of Primary Care among College Students with Mental Health Disorders Utilizing Integrated Behavioral and Medical Health Services

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Professor of Internal Medicine

Executive Director, National Social Norms Institute
University of Virginia
Past President American College Health Association

Title: Decreased Use of Primary Care among College Students with Mental Health Disorders Utilizing Integrated Behavioral and Medical Health Services.

Objectives

Describe the study population which constitutes the College Health Surveillance Network.
List the most common mental health disorders seen in college health services.
Compare the characteristics of a health service with enhanced integration (EI) of behavioral and medical care versus one with standard integration (SI).
Differentiate the primary care utilization trends of students with mental health disorders when cared for in services with EI vs. SI.

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11:00 - 12:00 Session #2 - Jim Mitchell: Impact of the Affordable Care Act on College Health Programs

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Impact of the Affordable Care Act on College Health Programs

Learning Objective #1:  Describe the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
* Content for Objective #1:  Overview of ACA, parts of the ACA applicable to college health programs
Learning Objective #2:  Define the impact of the ACA on campus health programs.
* Content for Objective #2:  Typical impacts for various types of health programs in higher education
Learning Objective #3:  Describe the impact of the ACA in student insurance programs.
*Content for Objective #3:  Impact of the ACA on student insurance programs, various scenarios for student insurance programs going forward

Brief Bio

Jim Mitchell, MBA
Director, Student Health Service
Montana State University
jimm@montana.edu
Office Phone: 406-994-5901

Jim has been the Director of the Student Health Service at Montana State University (MSU) since 1992.  Prior to that, he held various positions for over 15 years at the University of Virginia Student Health Service.  Jim has also been a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana where he served as a government planning officer and worked on rural health care issues among other programs.

At MSU, Jim served on the Professional Employee Council for nine years and chaired it for one of those years.  Jim also served for five years on the University’s budget and planning committee and worked with other campuses in the Montana University System to create and manage a student insurance consortium.  In ACHA, Jim has served in numerous positions including affiliate President (Mid-Atlantic College Health Association in 1983-84) and President of ACHA (1997-98).  He has chaired or co-chaired insurance task forces on two occasions. Jim has been a consultant with ACHA’s Consultation Services Program since 1988.  Currently, Jim is the spokesperson and a facilitator for the Lookout Mountain Groupwww.lookoutmountaingroup.net, a non-partisan study group formed to address the impact of health care reform on America’s college students.

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12:00 - 1:00      Lunch

1:00 - 2:00        Session #3 - David Smith, MD - Concussion Management: Primary Care Like the Pros

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Concussion Management: Primary Care Like the Pros

Abstract

The management of sports-related concussion at all levels of participation is one of the most discussed topics in sports medicine currently.  Since many of the college students with concussion will either be seen initially in student health centers or referred by local emergency departments to follow up in student health centers, it is important for providers to be educated in the most up-to-date guidelines for evaluation and treatment of concussion.

Objectives

At the conclusion of this program, the participant should be able to:

  • Understand the background and evolution of concussion diagnosis and treatment.
  • Perform a good history and neurologic examination in patients with concussion.
  • Review treatment and rehabilitation guidelines for patients with concussion.
  • Be familiar with neurocognitive tests as a tool for effective concussion management.
  • Know when to refer patients to concussion management specialists.

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2:00-2:15          Break

2:15 - 3:15        Session #4 - Henry Johns: Understanding Sleep Disorders

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Understanding Sleep Disorders

Henry L. Johns has 40 years of clinical experience as a licensed Respiratory Therapist, Pulmonary Function Technologist and Registered Polysomnographic Technologist, with over 28 years in Sleep Medicine.  He has managed sleep laboratories in the private and public sector as well as the Government with the Department of Veterans Affairs. 

By the end of the session, participants will:

  1. Identify challenges in cross generational communications
  2. Gain insight on the Physiological Mechanisms of normal sleep
  3. Increase understanding of social, technological and intuitional distractions that limit sleep
  4. Review sleep disorders most likely to affect college students
  5. Assess strategies to improve overall sleep health

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 3:15 - 4:15        Session #5 - Celeste Gray, MSN, RN: Communicating Effectively

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Communicating Effectively

Abstract

The purpose of this presentation is to provide education on how lack of communication and collaboration between healthcare teams can be compromising to quality patient care. This presentation will provide information on barriers healthcare workers are faced with daily with communication and collaboration and will provide some tools to assist with effective communication, role clarification, process review, and creation of an environment where the expectation is for collaboration for the safety of the patient.

Learning objectives

Identify the current healthcare system and how lack of communication and collaboration is affecting the patient
Define communication and collaboration in the healthcare system
Identify barriers to communication and collaboration
Describe ways communication and collaboration can assist in the development of effective teams for the safety of the patient

References

  • Hughes, RG. Patient Safety and Quality: Evidenced Based Handbook for Nurses. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US). 2008 (Apr.).
  • Koloroutis, M. Relationship Based Care: A Model for Transforming Practice. Creative Heath Management Team (US) 2012. (Jun).
  • Patterson, K. Grenny, J. McMillan, R., Switzler, A. Crucial Conversation Tools for Talking When Stakes are High. (US). 2012.
  • Saxton, R., Hines, T., Enriquez, M. (2009). The negative impact of the nurse-physician disruptive behavior on patient safety: a review in literature. Journal of Patient Safety,        5(3), 180-183.
  • Vazirani, S., Hays, R.D., Shapiro, M., Cowan, M. (2005). Effect of a multidisciplinary intervention on communication and collaboration among physicians and nurses. American Journal of Critical Care, 14(1), 71-77.
  • Hughes, RG. Patient Safety and Quality: Evidenced Based Handbook for Nurses. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US). 2008 (Apr.).
  • Koloroutis, M. Relationship Based Care: A Model for Transforming Practice. Creative Heath Management Team (US) 2012. (Jun).
  • Patterson, K. Grenny, J. McMillan, R., Switzler, A. Crucial Conversation Tools for Talking When Stakes are High. (US). 2012.
  • Saxton, R., Hines, T., Enriquez, M. (2009). The negative impact of the nurse-physician disruptive behavior on patient safety: a review in literature. Journal of Patient Safety,        5(3), 180-183.
  • Vazirani, S., Hays, R.D., Shapiro, M., Cowan, M. (2005). Effect of a multidisciplinary intervention on communication and collaboration among physicians and nurses. American Journal of Critical Care, 14(1), 71-77.

Outline

  1. What does our current healthcare system look like and how is lack of communication and collaboration affecting patient care
  2. Define communication and what the lack of communication can cause
    1. Patients perception
    2. Medical error
    3. Safety concerns
    4. Work place conflict
    5. Staff dissatisfaction and turnover
  3. Communication
    1. Barriers to effective communication
    2. Communication styles
    3. Review how effective communication can improve patient safety and satisfaction
    4. Communication tools
  4. Role Clarity
    1. Identify the different roles and provide a meaning to that role
    2. Understand each role
  5. Process
    1. How to decrease patient error if communication or collaboration is not present so patient can remain safe and receive quality patient care
  6. Culture of collaboration
    1. Behavioral standards
    2. Policy
    3. Expectation
    4. Safe way to report
    5. Relationship building

Celeste Gray MSN, RN

Celeste has been a nurse since 1995 and has worked primarily in Women and Children.  Currently she is the Director of Women and Children Nursing Services, Education, and Respiratory Therapy and HaysMed in Hays Kansas.  She is responsible for managing over 45 employees that include nurses, patient care technicians, respiratory therapists, office assistance, and educators.  She received her BSN from Fort Hays State University in 1995 and her Masters from the University of Kansas School of Nursing in Organizational Leadership in 2013.

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4:30 - 5:00        Tour at Lafene Health Center & Trolley Ride

5:00 - 6:30        Wine Crawl around Manhattan

Day 2

8:00 - 9:00        Session #6 - Khaled Girgis, MD: Allergic Rhinoconjunctivitis 

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Allergic Rhinoconjunctivitis 
*Current & Future Management
*Current & Future Treatment Options

Dr. Girgis completed his medical degree at Cairo University and his Ph.D. at Southern Illinois University. He did his residency and fellowship at Kansas University Medical Center. He is Board Certified in Pediatrics. Dr. Girgis has been in private practice since 2003. Dr. Girgis has been the Medical Consultant/Clinical Research Physician for numerous research studies involving allergy and asthma. His areas of expertise include both common allergy-related problems such as asthma & allergic rhinitis as well as rare disorders of the immune system. Dr. Girgis and his wife Sahar currently live in Leawood, Kansas. They have two adult daughters.

Objectives

  1. Achieve a good understanding of the etiology of Allergic Rhinoconjunctivitis.
  2. Understand the mechanism of allergic reactions and the economic impact of this prevalent condition in the developed world.
  3. Have a good knowledge of the treatment options including avoidance measures, medications, allergen immunotherapy and future treatment options that could be on the horizon.

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9:00 - 10:00      Session #7 - Dominique Saunders: STD Trends

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Speakers

Dominique Saunders is the Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. She conducts HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and HIV community planning live and online training courses and presents these topics at related conferences. She is an advocate for viral hepatitis prevention and care within the public health arena and supporting systems. She holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a minor in Spanish.

Dominique is the founder and member of the KDHE Viral Hepatitis Advisory Council, an associate member of the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable, and a volunteer for the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education.

STD Trends

Presentation Summary

This Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), Bureau of Disease Control and Prevention presentation will provide a brief snapshot of HIV, STIs, and viral hepatitis over 2013, both nationally (with our federal and industry partners) and statewide (in local and public health).

Basic Content Outline and Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this presentation/update attendees will be able to communicate specific HIV, STIs, and Viral Hepatitis updates related to:

National Initiatives
Pipeline Treatments
Federal Funding Streams
State/KDHE Directives

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10:00 - 10:30    Break with Vendors

10:30 - 11:30    Session #8 - David Wichman, MD: Mental Health Overview

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Learning Objectives

  1. Review and discuss DSM 5 criteria for ADHD.
  2. Review and discuss DSM 5 criteria for Mood disorders.
  3. Learn and discuss DSM 5 criteria for General Anxiety Disorder.
  4. Discuss differential diagnosis and how to differentiate between disorders.
  5. Review and discuss treatments above and beyond stimulants.

11:30 - 1:30      Lunch and Business Meeting (sponsored by Student Assurance Servcies, Inc.)

1:30 - 2:30        Session #9 - Debra Doubek, MD: Providers Promoting Healthy Lifestyles

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Providers Promoting Healthy Lifestyles

Learning Objective #1: Discuss Obesity in the United States of America
Learning Objective #2: Discuss Obesity in the College Population
Learning Objective #3: Discuss Wellness Programs on College Campuses. 

Brief Bio

Debra Doubek, M.D.
Stonecreek Family Physicians
401 Anderson Avenue
Manhattan, KS
785-587-4101

Dr. Debra Doubek is a native of Belleville, Kansas. She moved to Manhattan following her graduation from the University of Kansas School of medicine. Following graduation from KU, Dr. Doubek completed her internship and family practice residency also at the University of Kansas In Kansas City. She moved to Manhattan and started practice in 1992. Dr. Doubek serves on the board at Flint Hills Community Clinic as well as various boards and committees at the hospital including Chair of the Pharmacy Committee, Chair of the Utilization Review Committee, Chair of the Medicine Department and member of the Executive Board. She is a past president of Kansas Medical Society (KMS) and currently serves as a counselor for KMS for her district. She is a Kansas Academy of Family Physicians (KAFP) district 5 director candidate and volunteer for the KAFP’s Family Doctor of the Day program. She has just been awarded 2013 Kansas Family Physician of the Year. Dr. Doubek’s passion is treating obesity. She has a second Board Certification in Bariatric Medicine, the specialty of obesity. She was instrumental in starting the Mercy LIGHT (Lose Inches to Gain Healthier Tomorrows) weight loss program at Mercy Regional Health Center and has been involved in its sustained viability since 2006.

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2:30 - 3:30        Session #10 - Travis Stewart: Treating the Complexities of Eating Disorders on Campus 

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Treating the complexities of Eating Disorders on Campus

W. Travis Stewart, Licensed Professional Counselor
McCallum Eating Recovery Centers

Abstract

Eating Disorders are multi-layered problems that involve neurology, nutrition, body image, cultural value, identity and many other factors. Because of this they can be difficult to conceptualize and treat. This presentation will provide concepts and treatment approaches that will assist therapists in providing treatment to college students with eating disorders with a focus on how the brain is impacted by nutrition, the role of shame in eating disorder, body image and when to refer to a higher level  of care.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this presentation attendees will be able to articulate:

  1. The affects of poor nutrition on cognition, emotional and physical health
  2. The role of shame in body image distortion
  3. How to use ideal body image in assessment
  4. When to refer a client to a higher level of care

Brain Shrinkage in Anorexia is Reversible:
http://www.livescience.com/8293-brain-shrinkage-anorexia-reversible.html

Minnesota Starvation Experiment:
http://www.madinamerica.com/2013/05/starvation-what-does-it-do-to-the-brain/

Body Image and Shame
http://www.klinikum.uni-heidelberg.de/fileadmin/zpm/psychatrie/fuchs/Shame.pdf

The Embodied Self; Dimensions, Coherence and Disorders, edited by Thomas Fuchs
http://www.amazon.com/Embodied-Self-Dimensions-Coherence-Disorders/dp/3794527917/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1389040758&sr=1-1&keywords=3794527917

Eating Disorder Diagnosis, DSM V
http://www.allianceforeatingdisorders.com/portal/dsm-bed

Bio

Travis Stewart is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked in the field of eating disorders for over 10 years. He has worked extensively with adolescents on eating, body image, identity development and spiritual issues.  He is a creative communicator and is passionate about presenting information that results in personal growth and wholeness. Travis currently works at McCallum Eating Recovery Centers as well as Revision Recovery – a recovery coaching service for those in recovery from eating disorders. He received a Masters of Theological Studies and a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary. He is also a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he studied Journalism-Advertising.

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3:30 - 4:00        Refreshment Break (sponsored by Point and Click Solutions)

4:00 - 5:00        Session #11 - Kylie M. Starr, PT: Clinical Management of Acute Orthopedic Injuries

Details

Dr. Kylie M. Starr, PT, DPT, ATC

Topic: Clinical Management of Acute Orthopedic Injuries

Objectives

  • Participants will understand and correctly utilize clinical prediction rules to determine the necessity of radiographs in acute knee and foot/ankle injuries.
  • Participants will have basic understanding of appropriate generalized exercises for foot/ankle, knee, shoulder, and lumbar spine in order to facilitate early mobilization following injury.
  • Participants will be comfortable selecting and applying appropriate braces for foot/ankle, knee, and shoulder injuries.

Dr. Starr was a graduate from Duke University with Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010.  She also received her BS in Health Sciences from Corban University in 2002.  She has been a certified athletic trainer (ATC) for nearly 11 years.  Prior to returning to school to pursue physical therapy, she worked at Corban University and at North Carolina Central University as an ATC.

Her areas of clinical interest include: Orthopedic/sports medicine, and cardiovascular/pulmonary physical therapy. Dr. Staff enjoys post-operative care, and working with soldiers and cadets.

In her words

The purpose of my profession is to improve people’s level of function and quality of movement. My personal goal is to improve their quality of life while providing an environment in which someone listens to and cares about them.  I love working in a university environment because the students challenge all of us to keep learning and growing. I love the excitement they have for the future. It makes me constantly re-evaluate my goals and my attitude.  College health is a setting in which we can greatly influence patients’ daily lives by their experience while under our care.

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6:00 - 7:30        Dinner at Hilton Garden Inn

Day 3

7:30 - 8:00        Check in / Registration

8:00 - 9:00        Session #12 - Chaz Mailey, Psy.D: Substance Abuse among Students

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Substance Abuse among Students

Summary:  A general overview of what substance abuse is and the substances people abuse

Student Learning Objectives

  • Substances abused primarily by the college-aged population, and some of the more recent trends in drug/alcohol abuse among the college population.
  • What to do with someone you believe might have an abuse problem

Dr. Chaz Mailey earned his master’s in psychology and his doctorates in clinic psychology from Indiana State University. He also holds a master’s degree in sport and exercise psychology from Ball State University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Wabash College. Dr. Mailey has presented for a variety of audiences over the years. He has also had two professional publications and has had experiences teaching at the university level.

Dr. Mailey is the Coordinator for the Alcohol and other Drug Education Program at Kansas State University’s Counseling Services. He conducts intake/mental health/alcohol and other drug assessments and provides individual and group psychotherapy and crisis interventions for university students struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma and substance abuse. He is a member of the Counseling Services Training Team and provides individual supervision to pre-doctoral interns.

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9:00 - 10:00      Session #13 - Karen Low & Laurel Koch: Dealing with the difficult patient

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Dealing with the difficult patient

Presentation description

Office staff is often the first contact that individuals have with a department.  There are times when individuals who come to the office are frustrated and/or angry and lash out.  This session will provide de-escalating communication strategies, methods of dealing with a difficult or threatening person, as well as information on dealing with suspicious persons. 

Objectives

Attendees will learn:

  • antecedents to agitated behaviors
  • de-escalation strategies
  • strategies for handling threatening situations
  • importance of institutional policy and resources
Speakers

Karen Low

She is the Assistant Dean and Assistant Director of Student Life and Kansas State University where she works with students in crisis and their families.  Low moved to Kansas from Montana, where she was assistant professor and director of the graduate counseling program at the University of Great Falls.  Before entering academia, Ms. Low was a licensed clinical professional counselor and worked in a variety of settings, including a hospital behavioral health unit, a juvenile detention center, and private practice.

PhD candidate, Counselor Education and Supervision, with Higher Education Leadership cognate, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
Master of Professional Counseling, University of Great Falls, Great Falls, MT, 1997
Bachelor of Arts in Human Services, University of Great Falls, Great Falls, MT, 1994

Laurel Koch

A native Kansan, Laurel has been the Administrative Specialist in the Office of Student Life since April 2011. On a daily basis Laurel interacts with students, parents, faculty and staff that contact the office. Laurel has helped train other front line staff on de-escalation strategies and general office safety. She worked with K-State Police to develop and implement safety protocols specific to the office after the installation of panic buttons. Laurel received her Master’s degree in Academic Advising in 2013.

Master of Science in Academic Advising, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2013
Bachelor of Arts in Print Journalism, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2009
Minor in Leadership Studies, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 2009

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10:00 - 10:15    Break 

10:15 - 11:15    Session #14 - Thomas Moore, MD: Antimicrobial resistant organisms in the outpatient setting and methods of treatment

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Thomas A. Moore, MD, FACP, FIDSA

Thomas A. Moore, MD, FACP, FIDSA received his medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, KS.  He completed his residency at the Baylor College of Medicine Affiliated Hospitals, Houston, TX.  He completed his Fellowship in Infectious Disease at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD.  Dr. Moore holds an academic appointment of Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.  Dr. Moore is Board Certified in Infectious Disease and Internal Medicine.  He holds professional certification in the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene and the International Society of Travel Medicine.  Dr. Moore is a Fellow in the Infectious Disease Society of America.  Dr. Moore holds the title of Lieutenant Commander, United States Public Health Service, Inactive Reserve.  In 2012, Dr. Moore was invited and participated in the 10th Meeting of the Presidential Committee on the Study of Bioethical Issues, Washington, D.C.  Prior to rejoining IDC in 2012, Dr. Moore held the position of Chair, Department of Infectious Disease, Ochsner Medical Center, New Orleans, LA.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
10:15am - 11:15am session:

Antimicrobial resistant organisms in the outpatient setting and methods of treatment

Outline

  1. Review mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance of bacterial organisms.
  2. Discuss antibiotic therapies used to treat antimicrobial resistant organisms.
  3. Discuss newer guidelines and recommendations used on antibiotic treatments of common outpatient bacterial infections in dealing with antibiotic resistance.

Learning objectives

  • For the college health provider/nurse to be aware of the rise in antibiotic resistance.
  • Antibiotic stewardship utilizing IDSA guidelines.

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11:15 - 12:15    Session #15 - Thomas Moore, MD: Infections in the College Student

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014
11:15am - 12:15pm session:

Infections in the College Student

Outline

  1. Discuss communicable diseases in the college setting, (Mononucleosis, Meningitis)
  2. Discuss impact of group living on infections and communicable diseases in college students
  3. Discuss travel related illnesses in the college student including foreign students, students who have studied abroad and gastritis vs parasitic infections in students post international travel

Learning objectives

  • For the college health provider/nurse to be aware of the presentation of infections that are known to be prevalent in the college setting.
  • Awareness of the prevalence of travel related illnesses in the college student studying abroad.

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12:15 - 12:30    Closing