13th Annual Pediatric Wound Management and Suturing Workshop
Workshop provides both lecture- and skills-based learning opportunities for attendees in order to learn more about suturing techniques, considerations for laceration repair in pediatric patients, the use sedation and other adjuncts in wound management, and other knowledge and skills related to acute wound management.
Physicians, Advanced Practice Nurses, Physician Assistants, and Nurses who suture.
1. Describe the effect of wound management procedures & identify the phases and processes of wound healing.
2. Discuss the management of various types of wounds: including the appropriate wound closure technique, selection of suture/wound closure material, cleaning, and preparation of the wound for closure.
3. Describe management of certain facial wounds, hand wounds, and burns and discuss criteria for referral to specialists.
4. Describe various age appropriate techniques (both pharmacological and non-pharmacological) to manage pediatric anxiety and pain that may improve the experience of the pediatric wound repair procedure.
5. Identify essential documentation components of wound repair, as well as specific post-procedure instructions.
6. Demonstrate the ability to select the appropriate instruments and suture material to perform various types of suture techniques.
7. Demonstrate the techniques used for tissue undermining, the corrections of simple tissue deficits, and the application of wound adhesive.
**Agenda is subject to change**
Day 1: October 7th (Virtual/Recordings)
Conference Overview and Introductions
David Hirschman, MD
Pediatric Pain Management
|David Hirschman, MD|
|8:45 am||Pediatric Wound Repair and Child Life Interventions||Erin Taylor, APRN, CNP, DNP & Krista Majerus, CCLS|
Paula Kocken, MD
Evaluation and Repair of Hand Injuries
Adam Lokeh, MD
|Post Procedure Care/Complication|
Abby Meyer, MD, MPH
|1:00 pm||Complex Wound Repairs||Timothy Lander, MD|
|1:45 pm||Tools of the Trade/Basic Wound Closure Techniques||Timothy Lander, MD|
|2:35 pm||Fundamentals of Suturing and Basic Wound Closure||Robert Tibesar, MD|
|3:25 pm||Special Consideration for Neck and Facial Injuries||Robert Tibesar, MD|
|4:15 pm||Day 1 Concludes|
Day 2: October 8th ( Live Practical Lab) - on-site at Children's Minnesota, Minneapolis Campus
Live Practical Lab
Day 1 of this event is virtual/recorded session.
Day 2 of this event is on-site at Children's Minnesota
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Registration Closes at noon Tuesday, October 5.
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