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International Society of Plastic and Aesthetic Nurses
Program
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Registration
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
CANS Review Course
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
*To sign up for the CANS exam, you must complete the application process provided by the Plastic Surgical Nursing Certification Board: CANS Exam Application
Please Note the exam will not be given onsite at the meeting. Interested in taking the test? Click here for more information.


Gerrie Obi, MSN, ARNP, RN, CPSN, ISPAN-F
The Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist Review Course will provided an overview of the basic required knowledge for the nurse providing care to Aesthetic Patients.
  • Identify aesthetic procedures.
  • Identify aesthetic medical devices and medications.
  • Identify aesthetic procedures using the medical devices and medications and how to use them.
  • How to recognize adverse events and complications.
  • Recognize how to properly assess the aesthetic patient and provide the appropriate treatment.
  • Discuss how to provide safe and efficacious care of the aesthetic patient.
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
CPSN Review Course
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
*To sign up for the CANS exam, you must complete the application process provided by the Plastic Surgical Nursing Certification Board: CPSN Exam Application
Please Note the exam will not be given onsite at the meeting. Interested in taking the test? Click here for more information.


Kristi Elliott, RN, FNP-C, CPSN
The Certified Plastic Surgical Nurse Review Course will provided an overview of the basic required knowledge for the nurse providing care to Plastic Surgical Patients.
  • Identify reconstructive plastic surgeries.
  • Identify cosmetic/aesthetic plastic surgeries.
  • Identify non-surgical cosmetic/aesthetic procedures.
  • Recognize pediatric conditions treated by plastic surgeons.
  • Describe nursing care of the plastic surgical patient in the clinical and operative settings.
  • Discuss safe care of the plastic surgical patient in the clinical and operative settings.
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Workshop I
PART I: Foundations of Laser and Light Based Devices
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
John E. Hoopman, CMLSO; Patricia A. Owens RN, BSN, MHA, CMLSO, CNOR
  • Discuss how different laser and light based devices operate.
  • Identify how to control tissue responses through the "Five Laser Parameters" available on your device.
  • Discuss how to increase efficacy while decreasing the risk of complications.
  • Review the risk assessment measures conducted in performing a laser hazard evaluation
  • Evaluate the efficacy of your facility's Laser Safety Program.
  • Patient demonstrations will be conducted showcasing different laser techniques on patient problem areas.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28
7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Registration
7:00 pm - 11:00 am
Workshop I
PART II: Foundations of Laser and Light Based Devices
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
John E. Hoopman, CMLSO; Patricia A. Owens RN, BSN, MHA, CMLSO, CNOR
  • Discuss how different laser and light based devices operate.
  • Identify how to control tissue responses through the "Five Laser Parameters" available on your device.
  • Discuss how to increase efficacy while decreasing the risk of complications.
  • Review the risk assessment measures conducted in performing a laser hazard evaluation
  • Evaluate the efficacy of your facility's Laser Safety Program.
  • Patient demonstrations will be conducted showcasing different laser techniques on patient problem areas.
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Workshop II
Examination of the Hand: Understanding How Motion and Function Correlates with Common Hand Injuries- Hands-On Cadaver Hand
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
Amanda Young, DNP, FNP-BC
  • Identify the anatomy and explain the function of an uninjured hand.
  • Identification of motor and physical impairments of an uninjured hand.
  • Discuss preliminary next steps of care.
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
ISPAN Board Meeting (ISPAN Board Members Only)
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Workshop III *SOLD OUT
Hands-On Cadaver Head Workshop (PART 1 Didactic Lecture)
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
Jory Kaplan, MD, FACS; Julie Bass Kaplan MSN, RN, CPSN, CANS, HCMT, PHN, FNP-S
  • Identify facial muscles of expression commonly injected with neurotoxins, including origination and insertion points.
  • Describe the proper depth of injection, and indicate surface landmarks for injection of neurotoxins and fillers.
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Workshop IV: Billing and Coding and Workshop
Plastic Surgery: 2021 CPT Coding & Reimbursement Update
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
Kim Pollock, KarenZupko & Associates, Inc.
  • Code accurately and ethically, according to the latest CPT, CMS and NCCI guidelines.
  • Describe and differentiate breast reconstruction versus revision services when coding.
  • Accurately select surgical CPT codes for plastic surgery procedures.

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3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Workshop III *SOLD OUT
Hands-On Cadaver Head Workshop (PART 2 Hands-On)
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
Jory Kaplan, MD, FACS; Julie Bass Kaplan MSN, RN, CPSN, CANS, HCMT, PHN, FNP-S
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Best of Atlanta AART of GAIN Showcase Reception (Not for CEU Credit)
This interactive training course is sponsored by Galderma
Focusing on the AART of GAIN, participants will gain a deeper understanding of patient Assessment, Anatomy, Rheology, Reconstitution, and on-label Technique with the broad Galderma portfolio of fillers and neurotoxin. Food and beverage will be served and safety protocols will be followed.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29
7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Registration
7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Speaker Ready Room
7:00 am - 8:00 am
Continental Breakfast with Exhibitors
7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Exhibit Hours AM
7:30 am - 8:00 am
ISPAN Welcome & Opening Ceremony of 2021 Meeting
Amanda Bailey, ACNP-BC, CWS, CPSN, ISPAN-F
Gerrie Obi, MSN, ARNP, CPSN, ISPAN-F
8:00 am - 8:30 am
General Session 1
Compassion Fatigue: When Your Heart Is Just Too Big
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Michele Manahan, MD, MBA
  • Identify symptoms and signs of compassion fatigue.
  • Employ techniques to mitigate the effects of compassion fatigue.
8:30 am - 9:30 am
General Session 2
Social Justice and Racial Equity in Nursing Licensure Renewal *Bias in Health Care Credit
Karen Rawls, PhD, MSN/Ed, RN
  • Discuss elements associated with social justice and racial equity while identifying key words and phrases pertaining to the causes and experiences of these conditions.
  • Explain manifestations associated with social justice and racial equity in nursing environments and to consider resources with recommendations that champion diversity, equity and inclusivity in nursing.
9:30 am - 10:00 am
General Session 3 *PharmD Credit
Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity
Stephen Ellis, MD
  • Discuss local anesthetics mechanism of action.
  • Recognize and treat local anesthetic systemic toxicity.
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Coffee Break with Exhibitors
10:30 am - 11:00 am
General Session 4 *Patient Safety Credit
Complication Implications - How to Reduce Operator Error
Patricia Owens BSN, RN, MHA, CNOR, CMLSO
  • Discuss 3 methods of laser eyewear protection.
  • Describe 2 techniques to mitigate the side effects of infection post-RF microneedling procedure.
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
General Session 5
Psychology of the Patient
Jonathan Sykes, MD
  • Identify characteristics to help select and deselect patients.
  • Discuss methods to deal with dissatisfied patients.
12:00 pm -1:30 pm
Lunch Symposium (Not for CEU Credit)
Supported by Galderma
The AART of GAIN Live Injection Symposium: The Beauty of Balance Featuring XpresHAn Technology
Speakers: Burke Robinson, MD, FACS & Jill Jones, RN, CPSN, CANS
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12:00 pm -3:00 pm
PSNCB Meeting (PSNCB Board Members only)
1:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Exhibit Hours
1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Concurrent Session 1
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
The Emotional Intelligence I learned during a Pandemic
Jenn Izzarelli, ACNP, CNS, CANS
  • What I learned and my emotional intelligence process
  • How I've changed my practice to create psychological safety for my patients.
Post-Operative Protocols in the Care of the Transgender Patient (Part 1)
Rachel Bluebond-Langner, MD;
Ginger Mars, RN, MSN, NP-c
  • Discuss how standardizing patient care improves outcomes
  • Identify areas in their own practice setting that would benefit from the creation of patient care protocols.
Post ISPAN Conference: New Information, New Technology, Now What?
Hermine Warren, DNP, APRN, CANS, CNM
  • Identify the foundations of a successful practice.
  • Identify whether integration of new technology and/or techniques provided at any conference will enhance their practice.
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Concurrent Session 2
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Identifying Facial Danger Zones for Soft Tissue Filler Injections
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Sebastian Cotofana, MD
  • Discuss the different portions of Facial anatomy.
  • Identify 3D layered arrangements of the face.
Post-Operative Protocols in the Care of the Transgender Patient (Part 2)
Rachel Bluebond-Langner, MD;
Ginger Mars, RN, MSN, NP-c
  • Discuss how standardizing patient care improves outcomes.
  • Identify areas in their own practice setting that would benefit from the creation of patient care protocols.
What COVID Has Taught Us About Neuromodulators & Dermal Fillers
Ali McCoy Stengel, LE, RN, BSN
  • Identify potential AEs associated with Neuromodulators and Dermal Fillers, document them and report them to the manufacturer to increase all of our awareness, understanding and prediction of outcomes.
  • Explain possible AEs associated with a patient's treatment, allowing the patient to give informed consent concerning their possible outcomes related to viral illness or vaccinations.
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Concurrent Session 3
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Cosmetic Complications
Sachin Shridharani, MD
  • Discuss the most common complications associated with cosmetic aesthetic and surgical procedures.
  • Identify, manage, and prevent potential complications for optimal patient outcomes
ERAS Pathways in Plastic Surgery
Jessica Erdmann-Sager, MD
  • Identify the core components of ERAS pathways.
  • Describe the types of procedures that benefit from institution of ERAS pathways.
The Perceived Value of Certification of Plastic and Aesthetic Nurses
Sharon Van Wicklin, PhD, RN, CNOR, CRNFA(E), CPSN-R, PLNC, FAAN, ISPAN-F
  • Explain how survey participants perceive the value of certification.
  • Compare perceptions of surveyed certified nurses with noncertified nurses.
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Coffee Break
3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Concurrent Session 4
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Managing Hyperpigmentation: New Science and New Treatment Strategies (Part 1) *PharmD Credit
John E. Kulesza
  • Discuss the causes of hyperpigmentation.
  • Identify safe and effective hyperpigmentation management protocols.
Plastic Surgery Craniofacial Team Building
Edward Caterson, MD
  • Critically evaluate the team and the necessary steps to maintain a team.
  • Discuss the value of a team.
Simple Strategies to Boost Client Loyalty & Per-Patient Spend in Your Aesthetic Practice
Audrey Neff, BA
  • Discuss the perceived value vs. "cost" to improve consultation conversions
  • Identify effective membership program / loyalty rewards program to boost retention
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Concurrent Session 5
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Managing Hyperpigmentation: New Science and New Treatment Strategies (Part 2) *PharmD Credit
John E. Kulesza
  • Discuss the causes of hyperpigmentation.
  • Identify safe and effective hyperpigmentation management protocols.
Self-Care IS Health Care
Jason Olandesca, BN RN CCPE
  • Identify the links between aesthetic services and their role as a health care professional in delivering health care.
  • Discuss how promoting self care contributes to the strength of the health care system.
Assessment of Nursing Deficiencies in the Postoperative Care of Microsurgical Patients
Justin Broyles, MD
  • Identify areas for improvement in breast reconstruction nursing care.
  • Identify nurses who may benefit from additional experience in taking care of microsurgical patients.
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Concurrent Session 6
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Panel: If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Lessons from the OG's of Aesthetics (Part 1)
Moderator: Mary Beth Hagen, MBA
Panelists: Dawn Sagrillo, MSN, AGNP-C, CANS, ISPAN-F
Jill Jones, RN, CANS,
Connie Brennan, BSN, RN, CPSN, CANS, ISPAN-F,
MK Maloney, BSN, RN, CANS, Rand Rusher, BSN, RN, CANS
  • Discuss the evolution of aesthetic nursing from those that helped pave the way.
  • Identify resources now available to establish a solid foundation in aesthetic nursing
Restoring the Breast Reconstruction with Areola Tattooing and Scar Camouflage (Part 1)
Jeanine McTasney, CPCP, FAAM
  • Discuss tattooing procedures for Areola reconstruction.
  • Identify the key points for a patient consultation.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Dermal (Soft Tissue) Ischemia After Dermal Filler Injection
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Robert Rosenthal, MD; Kinjal Sethuraman, MD, MPH
  • Discuss mechanisms of action of hyperbaric oxygen.
  • Examine application of hyperbaric oxygen in setting of dermal filler induced skin
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Concurrent Session 7
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Panel: If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Lessons from the OG's of Aesthetics (Part 2)
Moderator: Mary Beth Hagen, MBA
Panelists: Dawn Sagrillo, MSN, AGNP-C, CANS, ISPAN-F
Jill Jones, RN, CANS,
Connie Brennan, BSN, RN, CPSN, CANS, ISPAN-F,
MK Maloney, BSN, RN, CANS, Rand Rusher, BSN, RN, CANS
  • Discuss the evolution of aesthetic nursing from those that helped pave the way.
  • Identify resources now available to establish a solid foundation in aesthetic nursing
Restoring the Breast Reconstruction with Areola Tattooing and Scar Camouflage (Part 2)
Jeanine McTasney, CPCP, FAAM
  • Discuss tattooing procedures for Areola reconstruction.
  • Identify the key points for a patient consultation.
Standardizing Opioids After Tissue Expander Breast Reconstruction
Caitlyn Sachs, NP
  • Identify benefit of standardized opioid prescribing protocol for standard Plastic surgery procedures to reduce variation and over-prescribing.
  • Discuss how standardization of post-operative opioid prescribing allows providers, including nurse practitioners and RNs to set better expectations with patients on appropriate opioid use.
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30
7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Registration
7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Speaker Ready Room
7:00 am - 8:30 am
Continental Breakfast with Exhibitors
7:30 am - 12:00 pm
Exhibit Hours
7:30 am - 8:30 am
ISPAN Mimosas and Membership Meeting
8:30 am - 10:30 am
Workshop V
Micro Stamping (Stamp out Wrinkles)
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
Supported by Suneva Medical
Connie M. Brennan, BSN, RN, PHN, CPSN, CANS, ISPAN-F
Gerrie Obi, MSN, ARNP, CPSN, ISPAN-F
Hermine Warren, DNP, APRN, CANS, CNM, ISPAN-F
  • Discuss the safety and efficacy of the device.
  • Identify the benefits of a microneedling delivery system.
8:30 am - 9:00 am
Concurrent Session 8
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Assessing and Treating Facial Asymmetry With Injectable Therapies
Meredith Harris, MSN, WHNP
  • Identify underlying causes for common facial asymmetries.
  • Plan and implement injectable treatments that bring balance to the face.
The Real Scar Wars of the 21st Century (Part 1)
Leigh Ann Price, MD
  • Discuss burns and the principles of reconstruction.
  • Prioritizing reconstructive options and needs by the patient for improved outcomes.
How to Keep Every Fat Grafting Patient Safe for per case
Pat Pazmino, MD
  • Identify risk factors in gluteal fat grafting.
  • Discuss techniques to keep every fat grafting patient safe.
9:00 am - 9:30 am
Concurrent Session 9
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Compensation Beyond the Dollars: Benefits that Increase Career Value
Mary Beth Hagen, MBA
  • Identify how hourly/salary compensation is only one part of a strong compensation package for aesthetic providers.
  • Discuss negotiating skills that will help you ask for additional benefits or resources that can support your long-term value to an aesthetic practice.
The Real Scar Wars of the 21st Century (Part 2)
Leigh Ann Price, MD
  • Discuss burns and the principles of reconstruction.
  • Prioritizing reconstructive options and needs by the patient for improved outcomes.
MIAMI VICE: Fat Grafting Lessons Learned from the Miami Morgue
Pat Pazmino, MD
  • Discuss risk factors in gluteal fat grafting.
  • Identify mechanisms to make this surgery safer.
9:30 am - 10:00 am
Concurrent Session 10
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Filler Migration (Part 1)
Georgia Cirese, RN, CANS
  • Identify the properties of the leading HA fillers which will assist in the determination of which fillers are more likely to cause HA dermal filler migration.
  • Identify the various forms of injections techniques to determine the increased incidence of migration Lip fillers are rapidly increasing which leads to the increase of potential lip filler migration.
  • Discuss techniques as a potential cause of the filler migration.
Melding Human and Machine: Restoration of Function Following Limb Loss (Part 1)
Paul Cederna, MD
  • Understand modern approaches to establish limb function after amputation.
  • Contemporary approaches to control phantom pain and neuroma pain.
Integration of a Novice Nurse into a Busy Aesthetic Practice (Part 1)
Shelia Anderson, RN, MSN, CANS
  • Discuss incorporating a "mentorship" program for new aesthetic providers and the necessary components needed, for both the clinic and the aesthetic provider.
  • Identify the barriers that exist in reality with a mentorship program and how to bridge the gap to earlier success for the clinic and provider.
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Concurrent Session 11
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Filler Migration (Part 2)
Georgia Cirese, RN, CANS
  • Identify the properties of the leading HA fillers which will assist in the determination of which fillers are more likely to cause HA dermal filler migration.
  • Identify the various forms of injections techniques to determine the increased incidence of migration Lip fillers are rapidly increasing which leads to the increase of potential lip filler migration.
  • Discuss techniques as a potential cause of the filler migration.
Melding Human and Machine: Restoration of Function Following Limb Loss (Part 2)
Paul Cederna, MD
  • Understand modern approaches to establish limb function after amputation.
  • Contemporary approaches to control phantom pain and neuroma pain.
Integration of a Novice Nurse into a Busy Aesthetic Practice (Part 2)
Shelia Anderson, RN, MSN, CANS
  • Discuss incorporating a "mentorship" program for new aesthetic providers and the necessary components needed, for both the clinic and the aesthetic provider.
  • Identify the barriers that exist in reality with a mentorship program and how to bridge the gap to earlier success for the clinic and provider.
10:30 am - 11:00 am
Coffee Break with Exhibitors
11:00 am - 11:30 am
Concurrent Session 12
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Plasma Energy Device for Tissue Tightening
Tracey Hotta, RN, BScN, CPSN, CANS
  • Describe the physiological effects on the skin when using a plasma energy device.
  • Discuss the patient consultation and nursing considerations when considering a plasma energy device treatment
Face and Upper Extremity Transplant: It Takes A Village
Allison Rojas, MS, RN, AGNP-BC;
Ginger Mars RN, MSN, NP-c, CCR, CPSN
  • Identify the members of the comprehensive team and their roles.
  • Discuss 3 challenges in caring for this patient.
  • Explain why communication between team members was so important in the care of this patient.
  • Identify potential barriers to patient progress
Protocol for Screening Of Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) and Other Pertinent Psychological Disorders (Part 1)
Leslie Fletcher, NP-BC
  • Identify highly critical patients as well as those who are at risk for Body Dysmorphia Disorder (BDD).
  • Administer the multi-phasic, cryptic pre-screening collection tool to their patients, as well as interpret the results to use as a deterrent to high-risk patients.
11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Concurrent Session 13
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Putting Cellulite Behind You - Novel Approach to a Brand New Product
George Baxter-Holder, DNP, APRN, CANS
  • Identify the on-label technique and the probable treatment effects that are generally related administration.
  • Explain the use of different treatment modalities with a microcannula for administration of the product.
  • Discuss the use of post-treatment massage and other modalities to improve outcomes.
Nerve Transfers To Restore Motor And Sensory Function
Sami Tuffaha, MD
  • Discuss the emerging indications for nerve transfers.
  • Identify the clinical outcomes that can be expected with use of nerve. Transfers.
Protocol for Screening Of Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) and Other Pertinent Psychological Disorders (Part 2)
Leslie Fletcher, NP-BC
  • Identify highly critical patients as well as those who are at risk for Body Dysmorphia Disorder (BDD)
  • Administer the multi-phasic, cryptic pre-screening collection tool to their patients, as well as interpret the results to use as a deterrent to high-risk patients.
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Lunch Symposium (Not for CEU)
Supported by Allergan
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
PSN Editorial Board Meeting (Editorial Board Members only)
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Exhibit Hours
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
PSNF Meeting (Board Members only)
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Workshop VI
Reconstruction Tips and Techniques using Tissue Expanders
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
Jonlyn Nation, RN, BSHA
  • Identify various types of reconstruction, tissue expanders, techniques, complications and considerations for the procedure.
  • Demonstrate techniques for locating, handling, accessing port using needle, s/s of possible complications, anatomy of the breast, and surgical techniques.
1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Concurrent Session 14
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
An "Uplifting" Discussion On The Use Of Suture Suspension For Facial Aesthetics (Part 1)
Gerrie Obi, MSN, ARNP, CPSN, ISPAN-F
  • Discuss the various types and use of threads and sutures currently available for facial tissue suspension.
  • Identify the difference between FDA clearance and FDA registration in tissue suspension devices in the US.
Immediate Lymphatic Reconstruction Mitigates Early Breast Cancer Related Lymphedema (Part 1)
Brielle Weinstein, MD; Nicholas J. Panetta, MD, FACS; Tina Tavares, RN, CPSN
  • Discuss surgical interventions for immediate lymphatic reconstruction at the time of axillary lymph node dissection in breast cancer patients.
  • Explain pre-operative evaluation and post-operative management in the outpatient setting for immediate lymphatic reconstruction patients.
What is Lidocaine Toxicology? *PharmD Credit
Kathleen Mortl, RN, BSN, CPAN, CANS, ISPAN-Fellow
  • Explain the forms, types, and uses of lidocaine.
  • Identity the potential dangers of lidocaine.
  • Explain how an overdose is treated.
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Concurrent Session 15
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
An "Uplifting" Discussion On The Use Of Suture Suspension For Facial Aesthetics (Part 2)
Gerrie Obi, MSN, ARNP, CPSN, ISPAN-F
  • Discuss the various types and use of threads and sutures currently available for facial tissue suspension.
  • Identify the difference between FDA clearance and FDA registration in tissue suspension devices in the US.
Immediate Lymphatic Reconstruction Mitigates Early Breast Cancer Related Lymphedema (Part 2)
Brielle Weinstein, MD; Nicholas J. Panetta, MD, FACS; Tina Tavares, RN, CPSN
  • Discuss surgical interventions for immediate lymphatic reconstruction at the time of axillary lymph node dissection in breast cancer patients.
  • Explain pre-operative evaluation and post-operative management in the outpatient setting for immediate lymphatic reconstruction patients.
Perioperative Antithrombotics *PharmD Credit
Chelsea Wamsley, PharmD
  • Identify patients and procedures for which anticoagulant interruption is warranted.
  • Discuss appropriate timing of post-procedural anticoagulant resumption.
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Concurrent Session 16
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Using Duplex Ultrasound in Facial Aesthetics (Part 1)
Steven Weiner, MD
  • Discuss the benefits of ultrasound in an aesthetic practice.
  • Identify the ultrasound appearance of commonly used dermal fillers
Reconstructive Surgery of the Head and Neck using Free Flaps
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Julian Winocour, MD
  • Identify indications for free flap reconstruction of the head and neck.
  • Discuss challenges of encountered during head and neck reconstruction.
Panel Discussion: The Role of PRF in Non-Surgical Treatments, Combination Therapy (Part 1)
Shanna Concepcion, RN, CANS Francine Young, Natalia G. Guzman, RN, Heather R. Scarborough, RN
  • Identify an approach to anti-aging with PRF. Combination therapy is key to provide a rejuvenated look.
  • Discuss different ways that PRF can be used safely and effectively in our everyday practice.
  • Explain the use of PRF in practice.
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Concurrent Session 17
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Using Duplex Ultrasound in Facial Aesthetics (Part 2)
Steven Weiner, MD
  • Discuss the benefits of ultrasound in an aesthetic practice.
  • Identify the ultrasound appearance of commonly used dermal fillers
The Agonist-Antagonist Myoneural Interface
Matthew Carty, MD
  • Describe the AMI construct.
  • Identify advantages and limitations of the AMI construct
Panel Discussion: The Role of PRF in Non-Surgical Treatments, Combination Therapy (Part 2)
Shanna Concepcion, RN, CANS Francine Young, Natalia G. Guzman, RN, Heather R. Scarborough, RN
  • Identify an approach to anti-aging with PRF. Combination therapy is key to provide a rejuvenated look.
  • Discuss different ways that PRF can be used safely and effectively in our everyday practice.
  • Explain the use of PRF in practice.
3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Coffee Break with Exhibitors
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Workshop VII
Best Techniques for PDO Thread Lifting
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
Supported by PDO Max
Dina BenDavid, DNP, MS, FNP-C
  • Identify anatomical landmarks for best in-cannula PDO thread placement.
  • Identify techniques and best practices to insert, anchor and bury in-cannula PDO threads.
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Concurrent Session 18
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Providing Optimal Rejuvenation to the Jawline and Perioral Area Using Neuromodulators and Fillers
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Rachel Varga, BScN, RN, CANS
  • Discuss the root cause of submental fullness and jawline laxity including the loss of soft tissue, bone, and fat as well as nearby structures including submental glands and muscles.
  • Identify a treatment algorithm that is published in my recent PSN Journal article for providing Optimal Jawline Enhancement.
AAAASF Accreditation 101
Thomas Terranova, JD, MA, MBA
  • Discuss the importance of facility accreditation.
  • Discuss the benefits of continued quality and safety improvements as they relate to continued accreditation.
Hand Trauma - From Simple to Complex
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Simon Talbot, MD
  • Explain the range of hand trauma.
  • Discuss basic management of hand trauma.
4:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Concurrent Session 19
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Will the Best Free Flap Protocol Please Stand Up (Part 1)
Moderator: T. Nicole Kelley, CRNP, CCRN, RNFA, CPSN, CANS
Panelists: Matthew Carty, MD
Arthur Nam, MD
Stephanie Caterson, MD
Amanda Young, DNP, FNP-BC
  • Identify/State specific evidence-based and empirical interventions that provide successful reproducible and measurable patient outcomes who undergo free-flap tissue transfer.
  • Explain the rationale for differences and similarities of peri-operative interventions for patients undergoing free tissue transfer to head & neck, Breast, and Upper and Lower extremities.
Oh, the Choices: Hyperdilute Calcium Hydroxylapatite vs Hyperdilute Poly-L-Lactic Acid (PLLA)
MK Maloney, RN, BA, CANS
  • Discuss multiple agents currently available for concerns that are voiced by patients. These agents can be used safely.
  • Identify any adverse events that have been identified in the literature and optimally avoid them.
Trends in Headache Surgery
Sashank Reddy, MD; PhD
  • Discuss the diagnosis of headaches with peripheral nerve triggers.
  • Discuss the surgical and non-surgical treatment options for patients with chronic headaches with defined peripheral nerve triggers.
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Concurrent Session 20
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Will the Best Free Flap Protocol Please Stand Up (Part 2)
Moderator: T. Nicole Kelley, CRNP, CCRN, RNFA, CPSN, CANS
Panelists: Matthew Carty, MD
Arthur Nam, MD
Amanda Young, DNP, FNP-BC
Stephanie Caterson, MD
  • Identify/State specific evidence-based and empirical interventions that provide successful reproducible and measurable patient outcomes who undergo free-flap tissue transfer.
  • Explain the rationale for differences and similarities of peri-operative interventions for patients undergoing free tissue transfer to head & neck, Breast, and Upper and Lower extremities.
Art of the Consult
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Angela Haff, RN
  • Discuss the key elements of a successful consultation in their Aesthetic Practice.
  • Identify how to implement a consultation plan to safely and effectively enhance both the experience of the patient but also the provider.
Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation: Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask
Loretta Nguyen Zanetti, APRN
  • Discuss the science and laser physics associated with laser vaginal rejuvenation using Erbium YAG.
  • Discuss the benefits and risks of laser vaginal rejuvenation to include vaginal tightening, increase in lubrication, and increase in sexual orgasm.
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Moderated Posters, Wine & Cheese

P1. A Wound Dressing To Optimize Topical Drug Absorption Following Ablative Fractional Laser Therapy
Martin Buta, MD, MBA

P2. Preoperative Botulinum Toxin A Injection to Increase Success Rates of Complex Abdominal Wall Hernia
Elizabeth Jessica Ranelli, MS, RN, FNP-BC

P3. Cancer Related Lymphedema Management - Increasing Patient/Staff Awareness
Tina Tavares, RN, CPSN; Bethany Hauver, RN, BSN; Vicki Vann, MS, APRN, OCN
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cocktails, Conversation, and Networking
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Fangs for the Memories - an ISPAN Halloween Hooplah!
*Dress up in your favorite costume and be the talk of the meeting amongst your fellow ISPAN Members.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31
7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Registration
7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Speaker Ready Room
7:00 am - 8:30 am
Continental Breakfast
7:00 am - 8:00 am
PSNCB Certification Breakfast Session
Amanda Bailey, ACNP-BC, CWS, CPSN, ISPAN-F
Renee Hinojosa, MSN, ACNS-BC, CPSN, CANS
*Open to certified nurses and those interested in becoming certified.
This breakfast session will provide ISPAN attendees information on the requirements for recertification and how to start the initial certification process.
7:00 am - 10:00 am
Workshop VIII
Wound Assessment & Basic Suturing
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
T. Nicole Kelley, CRNP, CCRN, RNFA, CPSN, CANS
  • Identify basic wound healing principals, common disorders of wound healing, describe approaches for pain management and infection prevention and treatment as they relate to optimizing soft tissue healing.
  • Demonstrate Single & 2-handed tying and instrument tying, interrupted, mattress, and running suture placement for soft tissue closure.
8:00 am - 8:30 am
Concurrent Session 21
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Temple Anatomy for the Injector: What's New, What's Old and Where Do We Go Next?!!
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Chris Surek, MD
  • Discuss the anatomical layering of the temple as it relates to clinical filler injections.
  • Discuss pearls for localizing vascular anatomy and potential targets for temple volumization.
The Science of Wound Healing
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Geoffrey Gurtner, MD
  • Discuss how normal wound healing occurs
  • Identify how wound healing goes awry and results in chronic wounds or disfiguring scar tissue
Power of Social Media in Aesthetics
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Michelle Balbi, BSN RN;
Christopher Balbi, Marketing Director Meesha Aesthetics
  • Identify ways to increase revenue through social media
  • Identify ways to incorporate social media platforms into your aesthetic practice
8:30 am - 9:00 am
Concurrent Session 22
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Temples.... How Should I Treat Them And Where Is It Safe To Inject? (Part 1)
Connie M. Brennan, BSN, RN, PHN, CPSN, CANS, ISPAN-F
Hermine Warren, DNP, APRN, CANS, CNM, ISPAN-F; Rand Rusher, RN, BSN, CANS; George Baxter-Holder, DNP, APRN, CANS
  • Identify the main arteries in the temporal area.
  • Discuss safety concerns and potential adverse events related to filling the temporal area.
How To Win On Social Media
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Michael Guberti
  • Identify methods to grow your followers across multiple platforms.
  • Leverage cutting-edge strategies to increase your targeted reach
Breast Implant Associated-ALCL: 2021 Practice Evolution
Mark W. Clemens, MD, MBA
  • Identify key diagnostic tests to establish a reliable diagnosis of BIA-ALCL.
  • Discuss the current national treatment guidelines for all stages of BIA-ALCL disease.
9:00 am - 9:30 am
Concurrent Session 23
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Temples.... How Should I Treat Them And Where Is It Safe To Inject? (Part 2)
Connie M. Brennan, BSN, RN, PHN, CPSN, CANS, ISPAN-F
Hermine Warren, DNP, APRN, CANS, CNM, ISPAN-F; Rand Rusher, RN, BSN, CANS; George Baxter-Holder, DNP, APRN, CANS
  • Identify the main arteries in the temporal area.
  • Discuss safety concerns and potential adverse events related to filling the temporal area.
Reduction Mammaplasty in the Young Patient: An Evidence-Based Approach to Treatment
Brian Labow, MD, FACS, FAAP
  • Discuss an evidence-based rationale for treating young women with symptomatic macromastia.
  • Discuss the expected benefits and potential complications of reduction mammaplasty in adolescents and young women undergoing reduction.
Chest Wall Reconstruction
Arthur Nam, MD
  • Discuss different types of local / regional / distant reconstructive options for chest wall reconstruction.
  • Discuss considerations in post-operative care after chest wall reconstruction.
9:30 am - 10:00 am
Concurrent Session 24
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Basics of Hair Loss and Non-Surgical vs. Surgical Treatment Options
Joseph Yaker, MD
  • Explain the main causes of hair loss
  • Explain expectations with current non-surgical and surgical options
Inpatient/Perioperative Management of Diabetes *PharmD Credit
Elaina Etter, MD; Rita Gayed, PharmD, BCCCP
  • Describe the proposed mechanism underlying perioperative hyperglycemia and how uncontrolled blood glucose may negatively affect patient outcomes
  • Identify risk factors for the development of perioperative hyperglycemia and develop strategies to mitigate risk
Prevention Techniques for Vascular Occlusions, Infections, and Delayed Onset Nodules
Julie Bass Kaplan, FNP-BC, NP-C, MSN, CANS, CPSN, HCMT, PHN
  • Discuss various tools & techniques to avoid vascular occlusions.
  • Demonstrate steps to take before, during and after the filler procedure to reduce the chance of infection & delayed onset nodules
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Coffee Break
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Workshop IV
Use of High Definition Diagnostic Ultrasound for Filler Injection Safety
(*Separate Registration Required/ Must Have Ticket to Attend)
Stella Desyatnikova, MD
Leonie Schelke, MD
Julie Bass Kaplan MSN, RN, CPSN, CANS, HCMT, PHN, FNP-S
  • Discuss benefits and applications of diagnostic ultrasound devices in aesthetic practice.
  • Discuss basic concepts of ultrasound imaging and visual characteristics of facial structures and filler deposits.
10:30 am - 11:00 am
Concurrent Session 25
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Craniofacial Trauma Reconstruction in Young Adults
Kavitha Ranganathan, MD
  • Discuss the value of acute and secondary trauma reconstruction in young adults even in the setting of severe trauma.
  • Review common perioperative nursing initiatives that can optimize care before and after surgery.
Forensic Toxins
Bobbi Bullock, NP-C, MSN, RNFA
  • Discuss how to complete a full facial assessment to qualify, and strategize, a "toxin treatment" for all types of facial irregularities and asymmetries.
  • Discuss common adverse outcomes such as brow asymmetry, brow or lid pulling and buckling.
Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
Fan Liang, MD
  • Explain the principles of abdominal wall reconstruction.
  • Discuss how to best manage these patients for optimal outcomes.
11:00 am - 11:30 am
Concurrent Session 26
Concurrent A Concurrent B Concurrent C
Hot & Bothered: Infection in the Setting Of Breast Implants
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Crystal tenCate, APRN
  • Identify common risk factors for breast implant infections and discuss educational tips for improving outcomes.
  • Discuss a standardarized approach, including antimicrobial regimen, for treating breast implant infections.
Implementing the Medical Model in Aesthetic Assessments
Anna Wicklund, FNP-BC, NP-C, MSN, CANS
  • Integrate a structured medical model algorithm into the aesthetic consultation and treatment process to ensure that a mutual decision-making process can be shared amongst the provider and patient.
  • Identify the psychosocial, aesthetic and anatomical concern that patient identifies during the consultation process and determine if the treatment plan can address all these concerns to reach a common agreed upon goal.
Artificial Intelligence in Plastic Surgery
*Virtual Pre-Recorded Presentation, No live Q&A
Akash Chandawarkar, MD; Christian Chartier, MD
  • Discuss the general concepts underlying artificial intelligence technology.
  • Identify the criteria for a potential application of artificial intelligence in plastic surgery.