2023 FALL SYMPOSIUM

Wisconsin Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition’s

Fall Symposium
September 28, 2023

Oconomowoc Community Center

220 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Oconomowoc, WI 53066

AUDIENCE

WiSPEN is pleased to host its Annual Symposium to a multidisciplinary audience of dietitians, pharmacists, physicians, nurses, and students.

MAIN PRESENTERS

Tamairé del C. Ojeda-Avila
MHSA,RD,LD
Senior Manager, Quality Initiatives, and Improvement
Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)

The Global Malnutrition Score: Improving Interdisciplinary Care While Bringing Malnutrition to the Forefront of Quality Healthcare

  1. Learning Objectives
    1. Describe the GMCS and its application in the acute care setting, and how to calculate the measure.
    2. Discuss implications of implementation.
    3. Break down misconceptions and offer possible solutions to implementation barriers
Rebecca A. Busch
MD,FACS,NBPNS
Assistant Professor, Division of Acute Care and Regional General Surgery, Department of Surgery
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Madison, Wisconsin

PICS (Persistent Inflammation and Immunosuppression Syndrome)

  1. Learning Objectives
    1. Describe the evolution of our understanding of sepsis pathophysiology, chronic critical illness, and the persistent inflammation-immunosuppression and catabolism syndrome (PICS)
    2. Discuss the unique challenges associated with PICS and their detrimental consequences
    3. Identify interventions for other hypercatabolic illnesses which may prove beneficial in the treatment of PICS patients
Stephen A. McClave
MD
Professor of Medicine, Director of Clinical Nutrition
University of Louisville School of Medicine

Promoting the Clinical Practice of Nutrition

  1. Learning Objectives
    1. Realize tools available to expand practice
    2. Understand influence must reach beyond nutrition community
    3. Appreciate how to incorporate next generation



September 28, 2023PROGRAM AGENDA

By 8:30

Check In

8:30 - 9:00
9:00 -10:00

Promoting the Clinical Practice of Nutrition

Stephen McClave MD

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10:00 - 11:00

Breakout Session 1 (pick one - see options below)

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11:00 -11:30

Vendor Displays

11:30 -12:30

Breakout Session 2 (pick one - see options below)

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12:30 - 1:15

Lunch and WiSPEN Business Meeting

1:15 - 2:15

The Global Malnutrition Score: Improving Interdisciplinary Care While Bringing Malnutrition to the Forefront of Quality Healthcare

Tamairé del C. Ojeda-Avila MHSA, RD, LD

2:15-3:15

PICS (Persistent Inflammation and Immunosuppression Syndrome)

Rebecca A. Busch MD, FACS

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Susan Briggs
RDN,CD,CNSC
Nutrition Support Dietitian 
Meriter Hospital, Madison, WI

Enteral Feeding Tubes: A Practical Hands-On Approach

  1. Learning Objectives
    1. Name three types of enteral access devices.
    2. Describe proper care and positioning of various enteral access devices.
    3. Describe prevention and troubleshooting techniques for potential enteral access device problems.
Meghan Huss
RDN, CD
Senior Clinical Dietitian
ThedaCare Hospitals, Appleton, WI

Reframing Blended Tube Feeding: A Commonsense Approach

  1. Learning Objectives
    1. Evaluate recent research regarding blended tube feedings
    2. Recognize the disconnect between clients and nutrition professionals
    3. Discuss practical ways to implement blended tube feedings
Stephen A. McClave
MD
Professor of Medicine, Director of Clinical Nutrition
University of Louisville School of Medicine

Interpreting the Medical Literature

  1. Learning Objectives
    1. Understand the strengths and weaknesses between observational trials and RCTs.
    2. Understand the role of clinicians and epidemiologist on a guideline committee.
    3. Appreciate the positive predictive value of a study in seeking the truth behind clinical research.

Continuing Education

Dietitians-Prior approval for 6.0 hours of Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPEUs) has been submitted to the Commission of Dietetic Registration

Registration Fees

WiSPEN MemberNon-Member
All Disciplines/Industry$125$170
Full-Time Students
Undergraduate/Interns Only*
$45$45
*Requires confirmation of student status from an instructor or program direction emailed to mywispen@gmail.com

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Hotel Information

Towne Place Suites
1242 Corporate Center Drive
Oconomowoc, WI
262-266-1900
https://www.marriott.com/en-us/hotels/mketo-towneplace-suites-oconomowoc/overview/
Hilton Garden Inn
1443 Pabst Farm Circle
Oconomowoc, WI
262-200-2222
https://www.hilton.com/en/hotels/mkeocgi-hilton-garden-inn-oconomowoc/