Wisconsin Healthcare Workforce Summit: Dealing with Workforce Challenges

September 30, 2020 to February 25, 2021

LIVE webcasts begin September 30th, 2020

DESIGNED FOR FLEXIBILITY

This year, the Wisconsin Workforce Summit has designed a series of virtual sessions (see Program tab for details) that will be available by live webcast and recording. 

For maximum value and flexibility, sign-up for the entire Summit Series.

Get access to ALL of the live webcasts and recordings. 

Live Webcasts

Interactive programming will provide an opportunity to engage with professionals from all sectors of healthcare education and delivery. Participants will hear about strategies, best practices, and tools they can use to meet current challenges.

Can't attend the live webcasts?  Register for the recordings or register for a combination of live and recorded sessions.

Session Recordings

Recordings will be available to view approximately one week after each live session. The amount of credit for each recording is determined after the live session. Learners are required to take a short quiz following recorded sessions.

OVERVIEW

Meeting the healthcare needs of Wisconsin’s citizens amid the current provider workforce shortage presents challenges and opportunities. The Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce (WCMEW) convenes the Wisconsin Workforce Summit annually with the express purpose of bringing together stakeholders to develop strategies that address healthcare workforce needs, now and in the future.

PRACTICE GAPS AND NEEDS

The number of providers in Wisconsin is currently insufficient to meet the needs of its residents, especially in rural geographic and other under-served areas. It is anticipated that this trend will continue. Additional challenges to delivering healthcare include provider burnout and addressing the educational needs of future healthcare providers. These problems are being further magnified by the COVID-19 Pandemic and can also negatively impact healthcare access, disparities, and patient outcomes.

Planning for and ensuring an adequate workforce and infrastructure to support healthcare for now and in the future is critical for the health of Wisconsin citizens and beyond. Organizations and academic institutions need tools and strategies for policy change and to be able to adapt to new and challenging circumstances within their healthcare delivery systems and educational structures.

Global Learning Objectives

By the end of the summit learners will be able to:

  1. Describe the current healthcare workforce climate in Wisconsin
  2. Examine innovative healthcare education and training developments in Wisconsin
  3. Identify best practices of healthcare delivery in a COVID-19 environment
  4. Select appropriate strategies to address challenging workforce issues
  5. Discuss how the interprofessional team contributes to positive outcomes in healthcare delivery and professional satisfaction

ELEMENTS OF COMPETENCE

This CE activity has been designed to change learner competence and focuses on the American Board of Medical Specialties' areas of practice-based learning and improvement and systems-based practice, the Institute of Medicine areas of employing evidence-based practice, Pharmacy area of interprofessional collaboration and the Interprofessional and Nursing areas of teams and teamwork.

Target Audience

This workshop is intended for physicians, advance practice nurses, nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists and others with interest in Wisconsin's healthcare workforce.

    Course summary
    Registration opens: 
    08/18/2020
    Course expires: 
    03/04/2023
    Event starts: 
    09/30/2020 - 12:00pm
    Event ends: 
    02/25/2021 - 1:00pm
    Cost:
    $0.00
    Rating: 
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    Agenda

    LIVE Webcast Sessions

    All sessions will begin at 12:00 PM CST and end at 1:00 PM CST

    Recordings will be available approximately one week after the live webcast

    LIVE Webcast
    Dates & Times

    Session Title & SpeakerLearning Objectives
    Wednesday, September 30, 2020
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST
    Hiding in Plain Sight- Some Ideas
    for Building a Primary Care Workforce for Wisconsin


    Joseph W Gravel Jr., MD, FAAFP
    1. Describe the current healthcare workforce climate in Wisconsin
    2. Examine innovative healthcare education and training developments in Wisconsin
    3. Identify best practices of healthcare delivery in a COVID-19 environment
    4. Select appropriate strategies to address challenging workforce issues
    5. Discuss how the interprofessional team contributes to positive outcomes in healthcare delivery and professional satisfaction
    Tuesday, October 13, 2020
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST
    2020 Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce and
    Wisconsin Hospital Association Reports


    George Quinn, BBA &
    Ann Zenk, RN, BSN, MHA
    1. Describe the current trends in Wisconsin's healthcare workforce
    2. Identify state and national resources that examine challenging healthcare workforce issues
    3. Discuss factors that contribute to the current workforce climate in Wisconsin


    Thursday, October 29, 2020
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST

    The COVID-19 Experience -
    What We Have Learned?


    Tina Bettin, MSN, DNP
    1. Discuss how the interprofessional team contributes to public health emergencies and impacts professional satisfaction
    2. Compare and contrast COVID-19 lessons learned to the response of your organization
    3. Describe strategies to address workforce issues and prepare for the next public health emergency
    Tuesday, November 10, 2020
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST
    The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on
    Medical Student Education in Wisconsin


    William Hueston, MD & Elizabeth Petty, MD
    1. Describe strategies to quickly adapt and continue meaningful education for Medical student education during COVID-19
    2. Explain the patient impact of "pausing" Medical education during a public health emergency
    3. Discuss how COVID-19 has reshaped education in two Wisconsin institutions
    Tuesday, December 8, 2020
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST

    Enduring Qualities of a
    Successful Medical Education
    Coordinator in the COVID-19 Era


    Paul Westerman, MBA; Terry Frederick; &
    Deborah Simpson, PHD

    1. List three successful strategies and tactics for medical education coordinators in the COVID-19 era
    2. Describe how competency expectations have expanded for medical education coordinators working onsite and offsite from their institutions during the pandemic
    Tuesday, January 12, 2021
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST
    Starting Rural Psychiatric Residencies:
    A Case Report and Lessons Learned


    Carlyle Chan, MD
    1. Describe the potential impact of psychiatric residencies in rural areas
    2. Discuss best practices for delivering psychiatric healthcare to rural areas
    3. Apply lessons learned from starting a residency program to your organization
    Thursday, January 28, 2021
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST
    How can Healthcare Systems Adapt to
    Female Physician Needs to
    Prevent Their Burnout?


    Sonal Chandratre MD, MCW
    1. Identify the unique needs of female physicians that contribute to burnout
    2. Explain best practices for addressing female physician burnout
    3. Translate methods to reduce female physician burnout in your organization

    Thursday, February, 11, 2021
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST

    Physician Training Programs for
    Rural Wisconsin
     

    Zach Baeseman, MD & Kristin Lyerlym MD
    1. Explain the current workforce needs in rural Wisconsin
    2. Describe how the Physician Training Program for rural Wisconsin addresses healthcare access issues
    3. Discuss best practices for physician recruitment and retention in rural Wisconsin
    Tuesday, February 16, 2021
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST
    Using Virtual and Web Proctoring
    Technologies for Remote High Stakes
    Exams During a Pandemic


    Amy E. Bingenheimer, MLIS
    TBD
    Thursday, February 25, 2021
    12:00 - 1:00 PM CST

    Remote High-fidelity Simulation
    During COVID-19


    Kurt Stefan, MBA

    1. Identify the technology utilized for remote high-fidelity simulation
    2. Discuss the challenges of moving simulation off-campus and lessons learned
    3. Describe a hybrid simulation approach if staff access to your simulation center is feasible

    PROGRAM CHANGES

    Situations occasionally occur that may necessitate topic or speaker changes. The University of Wisconsin-Madison ICEP reserves the right to alter or substitute a topic or speaker without prior notification.

    Virtual LIVE Webcasts and Recorded Sessions
    United States

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    Free, current version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge with audio and video capabilities. Some older browsers and Microsoft Explorer could produce error messages or not display the content correctly. 

    Recorded sessions

    Recordings will be available to view approximately one week after each live session.

    SPEAKERS

    Keynote Speaker

    Joseph W Gravel Jr., MD, FAAFP

    Joseph W Gravel Jr., MD, FAAFP

    Joseph W Gravel Jr., MD, FAAFP is Professor and Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. A graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, he served as a residency program director for 20 years. He was founding residency program director of the Tufts University Family Medicine Residency in Malden, MA and previously was Chief Medical Officer and residency program director of the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center/Lawrence Family Medicine Residency in Lawrence, MA.

    Dr. Gravel also currently serves as Chair of the Academic Family Medicine Advocacy Committee (AFMAC), is on the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine’s Board of Directors, and is a member of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education’s Review Committee for Family Medicine. He most recently served as Treasurer and Credentials Committee Chair for the Board of Directors of the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) and is a Past President of the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors (AFMRD), the  Family Medicine Education Consortium (FMEC), and the Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians.

    As a program director, his programs participated in 3 national residency innovation initiatives- the P4 National Demonstration Project, the HRSA Teaching Health Center program, and the ACGME Length of Training (LoT) Pilot. He was also selected by Governor Deval Patrick to serve as a Commissioner on the Massachusetts Special Commission on Graduate Medical Education and has been deeply involved in national and statewide primary care workforce issues.

     

    Session Speakers

    Zach Baeseman, MD, Family Medicine/Obstetrics, ThedaCare

    Zach Baeseman, MD

    Dr. Baeseman is a family medicine physician with ThedaCare Physicians in Wild Rose.

    He completed his medical degree at the University of Wisconsin Medical School, master of public health at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, residency at Fox Valley Family Medicine Residency and fellowship at Swedish Hospital Medical Center in Washington.

    He grew up in a Wisconsin town that houses grades K-12 in one school and doesn’t have a single set of stoplights. He has always understood the dynamics of small rural communities. This led to his interest in rural healthcare as he studied medicine and also contributed to his goal of completing a Master of Public Health degree.

    Dr. Baeseman loves seeing the entire spectrum of life and helping people deal with all of the challenges, joys and adversities that come with the many different stages. He works together with his patients to understand their interests, motivations and family circumstances so they can achieve and sustain their personal goals for health.

    Tina Bettin, MSN, DNP, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, ThedaCare

    Tina Bettin, MSN, DNP

    Tina Bettin is an advance practice nurse practitioner at ThedaCare, Family Medicine in Manawa, Wisconsin. She completed her master in nursing at the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh and her doctor of nursing practice at the University of Minnesota.

    She works together with patients to reap the greatest health benefits for them and their families. Her role is to be knowledgeable of the latest treatments and medications, and to be caring, efficient and receptive to your needs and concerns.

    Her mother was a nurse, so she was exposed to the profession for as long as she can remember. She has always been intrigued by science and the human body, and enjoys the variety family medicine. 

    Away from work, she enjoys coaching volleyball, playing sports like softball, volleyball and bowling, spending time outdoors, and hunting.

    Amy E. Bingenheimer, MLIS, Program Manager II, Medical College of Wisconsin

    Amy E. Bingenheimer, MLIS

    Amy Bingenheimer is a program manager at the Medical College of Wisconsin with Academic and Medical Services.

    Carlyle Chan MD, Professor; Vice Chair, Professional Development and Educational Outreach, Medical College of Wisconsin

    Carlyle Chan MD

    Carlyle H. Chan, MD, is a former Training Director and is the founder of the Door County Summer Institute. He is a past President of American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training (AADPRT), and past Chair of the Organization of Program Director Associations (OPDA). He currently serves on the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Psychiatry Residency Review Committee and he is the past Chair of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Board of Directors.

    He is a recipient of the ACGME Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award, the Association for Academic Psychiatry's Distinguished Senior Fellow Award, and MCW's Society of Teaching Scholars. He has authored numerous articles, book chapters, and books, including Computers in Clinical Psychiatry. He maintains an active clinical practice focusing on patients with depression, bipolar, and anxiety/panic disorders, was voted one of Milwaukee Magazine's Top Doctors, and was selected as one of the Best Doctors in America.

    Sonal Chandratre MD, Clinical Faculty, Medical College of Wisconsin

    Sonal Chandratre MD

    Dr. Chandratre is board-certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Endocrinology. Dr. Chandratre is very passionate about teaching medical students.

    In her free time, she prefers to spend time with her family, which includes her physician husband and 6-year-old daughter. She loves to travel, meet new people and understand different cultures. She enjoys cooking and basically, anything that involves creativity.

    Terry Frederick, Continuing Professional Development Specialist Senior, Clinician Student Services, Aurora Health Care

    Terry Frederick

    Terry has worked in education and the health care environment for over 25 years. Starting with a career in Community Outreach and Education, to Under Graduate Medical Curriculum design to Continuing Medical Education Performance/Quality Improvement in health care.

    Her education career actually started in radio as an announcer and then doing commercials. Terry enjoys working with interprofessional teams to create education that will leave the participant changed for the better. It is great fun to work on a concept or topic all the way to fruition and delivery. Creating education that matters is a process and understanding that education isn’t always the delivery of information, but can be used to eliminate redundancies, remove barriers and create a flow within each step. Trying to discover the “whys” and then working through building an “out of the box” intervention that allows for effectiveness, efficiency and outcomes that can be documented, is like putting in the last piece of a puzzle. Terry also is a firm believer in fun. Education and learning does not equal serious!

    William Hueston, MD, MCW, Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education and Associate Provost of Education, Medical College of Wisconsin

    William Hueston, MD, MCW

    William J. Hueston, MD, Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education and Associate Provost of Education at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), assumed his position in 2013. He was previously at the Medical University of South Carolina, where he served as Chair of the Department of Family Medicine from 1997-2012.

    As Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Dr. Hueston provides vision and leadership in the education of medical students, for the infrastructure required to support successful recruitment, admissions, matriculation and graduation of high-achieving medical students, for the integration of our regional medical schools with our existing educational program, and in identifying collaborations with the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.

    Dr. Hueston received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and chemistry from Case Western University (Cleveland, Ohio) in 1979 and his MD from the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in 1983. He completed a residency in Family Practice at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, in 1986 and a fellowship in Family Practice Faculty Development at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 1992.

    For the first seven years of his career, Dr. Hueston served as the Medical Director for a rural health center in Frenchburg, Kentucky. From 1993-1997, Dr. Hueston served on the residency faculty of the Eau Claire Family Medicine Residency Program, where he also served as program director from 1995-1997. Concurrently, he was Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and served as Associate Chair from 1995-1997. In 1997, Dr. Hueston was named Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina.

    Dr. Hueston has served on the Research Committee of the American Academy of Family Physicians (serving as Chair in 1995), the Commission on Research and Scientific Affairs of the AAFP, and on the Commission on Education. From 2001-2005, he was a member of the board of directors of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and represented that organization on the Association of American Medical Colleges' Council on Academic Societies. He has served as President and Board Chair of the South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians and President of the Charleston County Medical Society.

    During his career, Dr. Hueston has been an active researcher. He has received federal support from the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Health Resources Services Administration. He has published more than 100 original research articles and written numerous book chapters and has participated on national panels on quality of care involving maternity care and hypertension.

    Kristin Lyerly MD, Obstetrician/Gynecologist, Women’s Care of Wisconsin, S.C.

    Kristin Lyerly MD

    The opportunity to help women address their personal, intimate concerns in a thoughtful and supportive environment is what drew Dr. Kristin Lyerly to the profession of obstetrics and gynecology. She provides care to women of all ages and stages of life— including contraception, family planning, sterilization, abnormal bleeding, menopause, and much more.

    Dr. Lyerly received her undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota. She continued with her Doctor of Medicine and Master of Public Health degrees from the University of Wisconsin Madison. Dr. Lyerly is Board Certified and is a member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

    ​As a mother of four, she spends much of her personal time with family. She enjoys volunteering and is very involved with advocacy and public health efforts to improve the lives of women and families in Wisconsin.

    Elizabeth Petty MD, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

    Elizabeth Petty MD

    Elizabeth Petty, MD, senior associate dean for academic affairs at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, received her bachelor's degree in biology and art history from Clarke College and her MD from the UW Medical School (now School of Medicine and Public Health).

    Following an internship and residency in pediatrics at Wisconsin, she completed postdoctoral fellowships at the Yale School of Medicine in medical genetics and clinical molecular genetics, as well as postdoctoral research training in the department of genetics.

    She was recruited to the University of Michigan in 1994, where she was professor of internal medicine and human genetics. Petty is recognized for her achievements as a physician-scientist, clinician and educator.

    Petty has received numerous local and national awards and recognitions, including membership in Alpha Omega Alpha, the Gender Equity Award in Medical Student Teaching from the American Medical Women's Association, and selection as one of "America's Top Pediatricians" by the Consumers' Research Council of America.

    Her research interests lie in genetic mapping and syndrome identification and the development of research skills and professionalism among medical students.

    George Quinn, BBA, Executive Director, Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce

    George Quinn, BBA

    George Quinn is the Executive Director of WCMEW. Mr. Quinn has over 45 years of experience in healthcare policy and management. He authored the 2018 WCMEW publication “Mapping Our Way to Success: Wisconsin’s Physician Workforce”. He also authored the 2016 publication "A Work in Progress: Building Wisconsin's Future Physician Workforce" as well as the 2011 publication "100 New Physicians a Year: A Wisconsin Imperative" that were published by the Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA).

    From 2011 to 2014, Mr. Quinn served as Senior Policy Advisor for WHA working in the areas of physician workforce and healthcare payment reform. Mr. Quinn previously served as Senior Vice President of WHA where his focus was on healthcare finance policy, rural health issues, and WHA operations. Prior to WHA, he held senior management positions with health systems, insurers, and consulting firms. 

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    Deborah Simpson, PHD, Director, Medical Education Programs

    Deborah Simpson, PHD

    Dr. Simpson is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara (BA – American History and Cultural Anthropology), the Ohio State University (MA – Student Personnel Work in Higher Education) and the University of Minnesota (PhD – Educational Psychology).

    She is a Deputy Editor for the Journal of Graduate Medical Education and on the board for the Alliance of Independent Academic Medical Centers and is member of the ACGME Task Force on Physician Well-Being.

    Her more than 700 invited/peer reviewed presentations and 185 invited/peer reviewed publications in medical education reflect her primary interests clinical teaching effectiveness, faculty development and vitality for clinician educators, documenting faculty contributions in education consistent with criteria for educational scholarship and workplace learning across the continuum of physician education and interprofessional education aligning with clinical care markers for quality patient experience, and provider well -being to support the highest quality of education and patient care.

    Kurt Stefan, MBA, Program Manager, Star Center, Medical College of Wisconsin

    Kurt Stefan, MBA

    Kurt Stephan is the Program Management for the Star Center with the Medical College of Wisconsin.

    Paul Westerman, MBA, Medical Education Coordinator, Clinician Student Services, Aurora Health Care

    Paul Westerman, MBA

    Paul Westerman received his Health Care Change Leadership Certificate from Cornell University and Master of Business Administration from the Puri School of Business at Rockford University. He has over 10 years of health care experience half of which are in medical education on both the UME and GME levels. He is a TIAA-CREF sponsored PEL Research Grant Essay Recipient and has had several articles published by the Chicago Health Executives Forum. Currently he is a Medical Education Coordinator for Advocate Aurora Health. He assisted in the creation and launch of one of Wisconsin’s largest residency programs, the Aurora Lakeland Rural Training Track Family Medicine Residency where he designed, developed, and managed residency communication strategy, forecasting and projecting needs, identifying funding gaps, building partnerships and identifying assessment tools. Currently he is responsible for expanding Aurora’s Undergraduate Medical Education presence in its fastest growing patient market. Before joining Advocate Aurora, he worked at the American Hospital Association in Chicago where he oversaw professional educational activities and assisted in the launch of projects from AHA Solutions. Before coming to the AHA he was a participant in the University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business Executive Education Program in Chicago during which time he also completed several projects for the OSF St. Anthony Health System. He is an Association of American Medical Colleges Central Group on Educational Affairs Conference Proposal Reviewer and a member of the American College of Health Care Executives. 

    Ann Zenk, RN, BSN, MHA, Vice President Workforce and Clinical Practice, Wisconsin Hospital Association

    Ann Zenk, RN, BSN, MHA

    Ann has served the Wisconsin Hospital Association as Vice President of Workforce and Clinical Practice since June 2017.

    As a member of WHA’s Government Relations (GR) team, Ann acts as the lead staff person in the critical areas of workforce development and clinical practice. This position also functions within the GR advocacy team to educate and inform WHA staff and members about health care and hospital related issues. 

    Prior to joining WHA, Ann’s greater than 30+ years’ experience in health care included patient care and leadership roles across hospitals, clinics, and long-term care--including nursing, quality improvement, risk management, and utilization review.  Ann holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Viterbo University and a Masters in Health Administration from Ohio University.

    PLANNING COMMITTEE 

    George Quinn, BBA, Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce, Executive Director*

    Krista McElray, PharmD, Internal Medicine Pharmacist; Education & Development Coordinator, UW Health

    Kara Traxler, MS, Executive Director, Wisconsin Northern & Central Graduate Medical Education Consortium

    Tania Anderson, BS, Rural GME Development and Support Coordinator, Wisconsin Collaborative for Rural Graduate Medical Education, Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative

    Larry Pheifer, BS, Executive Director, Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians

    Meghann Voegeli, MS, PharmD, Director, Inpatient Pharmacy Operations and Pediatric Services, UW Health

    Tina Bettin, MSN, DNP, Family Medicine, ThedaCare

    Jo Anne Preston, MS, Workforce & Organizational Development Senior Manager, Rural Wisconsin Health CooperativePaul Wertsch, MD, Board Member, Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce

    Jennifer Crubel, MS, Rural GME Development and Support Coordinator, Wisconsin Collaborative for Rural Graduate Medical Education, Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative

    Anne Rose, PharmD, Pharmacy Manager, UW Health

    Ann Zenk, RN, BSN, MHA, Vice President Workforce and Clinical Practice, Wisconsin Hospital Association

    Jean Fischer, PA-C, Director of Clinical Education, University of Marquette, Physician Assistant Program

    Tara Streit, MS, PA-C, Physician Assistant/AP-CEO, UW Health Emergency Physicians

     

    Leigh Ann Larson, BS, Vice President of Education and Marketing, Wisconsin Hospital Association

    Allison Taylor, BS, Educator Coordinator, Wisconsin Hospital Association 

    * Summit Director

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    It is the policy of the University of Wisconsin–Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership, that the faculty, authors, planners, and other persons who may influence content of this CE activity disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial interests in order to allow CE staff to identify and resolve any potential conflicts of interest. Faculty must also disclose any planned discussion of unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs or devices during their presentation(s). Detailed disclosures will be made in the workshop materials.

    Disclosures will be provided prior to the start of the workshop.

    *The ACCME, ACPE, and ANCC defines a commercial interest as any entity producing, marketing, re‐selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients. The ACCME, ACPE, and ANCC does not consider providers of clinical service directly to patients to be commercial interests.

    The University of Wisconsin provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX requirements. The University of Wisconsin fully complies with the legal requirements of the ADA and the rules and regulations thereof. If any participant in this educational activity is in need of accommodations, please contact info@icep.wisc.edu.

     

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    In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP and the Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce. The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

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    Early Birds - Available through September 23rd, 2020!

    WHWS3EB – 3-Session Early Bird Package: $179

    WHWS6EB – 6-Session Early Bird Package: $358

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    Requests for cancellation must be submitted in writing to professional.development@nursing.wisc.edu. Cancellation requests received at least 96 hours prior to the session series (or single session, if purchased individually) will allow a full refund except for the nonrefundable processing fee of $50. No refunds will be made for cancellations received less than 96 hours prior to the activity start date.

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    PROGRAM CHANGES

    Emergency situations occasionally occur and may necessitate topic or speaker changes. The University of Wisconsin School of Nursing, the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP and the Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce reserve the right to alter or substitute a topic or speaker without prior notification.