Banner Health recognizes the importance of continuing education for health care professionals. As an organization dedicated to innovation, we are proud to hold academic conferences across our facilities. Check out these upcoming events!
Stroke Rehabilitation: Painting a New Portrait
This educational program is designed for health care providers from all disciplines with an interest in the treatment of cerebrovascular disease and rehabilitation. The program will feature more than 14 presentations with an emphasis on advanced care and evidenced-based interventions in stroke prevention, treatment and recovery.
General and breakout sessions will allow attendees to individualize the conference along their specific practice area and interest.
When: October 4-5, 2014
Registration cost: $150
Continuing Education: This course has been approved for 10 hours of continuing education for Physicians, Nurses, PT/OT and SLP.
Banner Health – Arizona Region is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Arizona Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
This course has been approved by the Arizona Physical Therapy Association for 10 continuing competence contact hours that is considered as a Category A course pursuant to A.A.C. R4-24-402(A)(2).
Click here for important information about the ASHA CEU.
2014 ASHA Speaker Disclosure Grid
Registration: Call (602) 230-2273 (CARE) or toll-free at 1-800-230-2273 (CARE). You may also register online.
Contact: For questions about the conference, please send us an email.
Sponsorship and Exhibition: If you are interested in participating in the Healthcare Expo or to support the event, please call (602) 839-6733 or send an email.
Nationally recognized and local specialists will be presenting on a diverse set of topics:
- Transitions of Care – Pamela W Duncan PhD, FAPTA, FAHA
- Early Integration of Vision into Stroke Rehabilitation- Pamela Roberts, PhD, MSHA, OTR/L, SCFES, FAOTA, CPHQ
- Bouncebacks: Developing and Implementing Strategies for Reducing Readmissions – Pamela Roberts
- Implementing Evidence-Based Interventions to Improve Walking Recovery – Pamela Duncan
- Neuropsychiatric Issues Post Stroke- Robert Djergaian, MD
- Evidence Based Approach for Aphasia – Lisa Naylor, M.A. CCC-SLP
- Shock 'em into action: using Electrical stimulation to achieve your goals – John Heick, PT, DPT, OCS, NCS
- Secondary Stroke Prevention- Jacqueline Carter, MD
- Driving readiness – Carol Blanc, B.S., CDRS
- Use of electronic based orthotics in stroke recovery - Reese Evans, Certified Prosthetist Orthotist
- Transcranial magnetic stimulation –Carolyn Kinney, M.D.
- Oro-pharyngeal Swallow Function: Assessment and Treatment Overview Post CVA - Cindy Weir, M.A., M.S., CCC-SLP
- Payor Perspective in a changing ACO environment- Chuck Lehn
- Neuroplasticity in Action: Insights into the “magic” of practice design and hard work -Valerie Carter PT, DPT, NCS
- Current State of Neurointerventional Surgery –Peter Sunenshine, M.D.
- Advances in Stroke Care – Jeremy Payne, MD, PhD
Click here to read more about the Conference Speakers
Lodging: There are several hotels located near the conference venue. The following information is just a sample list. Attendees must verify details on their own.
Parking: Convenient, free parking is available at the following locations:
- Civic Center Library Garage – Drinkwater Boulevard at East Second Street
- Civic Center Lot and Garage – Wells Fargo Avenue
- Old Town Parking Corral – East Second Street and Brown Avenue
- Pepperwood Lot – East First Avenue at Buckboard Train
Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery
Banner Good Samaritan and Medical Center and the University of Arizona - College of Medicine, Phoenix are proud to offer their first hands-on conference in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery.
When: April 11-13, 2015
Experience a fresh approach to minimally invasive gynecologic education
with an emphasis on evidence-based protocols and the most current
state-of-the-art innovations in the operating room. Topics will include surgical anatomy, prevention of surgical complications, simulation medicine, a practical approach to teaching vaginal hysterectomy, choice of hysterectomy route, discussion of open power morcellation, management of pelvic floor relaxation and stress urinary incontinence. There will also be an opportunity to practice laparoscopic suturing, sling placement and to perform a simulated TVH on the Hopkins low-fidelity model.
Who should attend?
MIGS Surgeons / MIGS Fellows / Practicing OB/Gyn Physicians / Nurse Practitioners and PAs / OB/Gyn Nurses / OB/Gyn Residents and Medical Students
For more details, please call: (602) 230-2273 (CARE)