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2018 Workshop Registration

We are pleased to announce that a series of informative workshops will be offered during the Caucus. They will deal with multiple factors impacting musculoskeletal disparities. Workshops will be conducted by leading experts in the fields of healthcare focused on Activism and Movement.

Please select one workshop in each category. Workshops will take place Friday, November 9th.

Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis with a maximum limit of attendees for each workshop. Please register as soon as possible while seats are available in your preferred sessions.

  • Workshop Session One - FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2018

    After you review the four (4) options below, you will be required to choose one (1) 8:00am to 10:30am Activism workshop.

    Am I In or Am I Out: The Quality and Cost Experiment in Healthcare Access and Delivery

    Speakers

    • Alisahah J. Cole, MD
      Vice President, System Medical Director of Community Health, Carolinas HealthCare System/Atrium Health
    • Alex Hartzman, MPA, MPH
      Senior Manager, Dobson | DaVanzo
    • Pauline J. Lapin, MHS
      Director, Seamless Care Models Group, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

    Moderator

    • Rose Gonzalez, PhD, MPS, RN
      Movement Is Life Executive Steering Committee

    Key Points

    1. Discuss the nuts and bolts of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).
    2. Evaluate the impact of the social determinants of health on ACO cost and quality.
    3. Identify the key learnings of the ACO experiment to date.

    Gender, Race, and Class Privilege in Healthcare Disparities

    Speaker

    • Peggy McIntosh, PhD
      Associate Professor of English, University of Denver
      Associate Director, Wellesley Center for Research on Women
      Founder, National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity)

    Moderator

    • Mary I. O'Connor, MD
      Chair, Movement is Life Director, Center for Musculoskeletal Care at Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Health
      Professor of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Yale School of Medicine

    Key Points

    1. To distinguish between bias and privilege
    2. To gather participant testimony on how privilege works in healthcare systems
    3. To identify at least one way in which each participant can work to lessen privilege in healthcare systems

    Value Based Healthcare: Impact on Equity

    Speakers

    • Michael Cannon, JM, MA
      Director, Health Policy Studies, Cato Institute
    • Eva DuGoff, PhD, MPP
      Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Public Health, College Park, MD
      Core Faculty, Center on Aging, University of Maryland School of Public Health, College Park, MD
    • Said A. Ibrahim, MD, MPH, MBA
      Vice Chair for Strategy & Development, Founding Chief, Division of Healthcare Delivery Science, Department of Healthcare Policy & Research, Weill Cornell Medicine
    • Adolph J. Yates Jr., MD
      Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery, UPMC-Shadyside Hospital
      Associate Professor and Vice Chairman for Quality Management, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

    Moderator

    • Charles L. Nelson, MD
      Past President, J. Robert Gladden Orthopaedic Society
      Chief of Adult Reconstruction and Associate Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

    Key Points:

    1. Understand the rationale and impact of value-based healthcare
    2. Discuss potential unintended consequences of value-based healthcare
    3. Explore solutions to maintain health equity in value-based healthcare

    Y'all Making Me Sick: How Your Zip Code Influences Your Health

    Speakers

    • Whitney Buchmann
      Senior Program Manager, Legal & External Affairs, Camden Coalition
    • Maritza Gomez
      Program Assistant, Community Engagement, Camden Coalition
    • Frances Feltner, DNP, MSN, RN, FAAN
      Director, University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health, Hazard, KY
    • Brendaly Rodriguez, MA
      Manager, Research Support, University of Miami
      Director, BR Consulting & Assoc., LLC
      President and CEO, Opnia Health

    Moderator

    • Tamara Huff, MD
      Representative, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
      Orthopaedic Surgeon, St. Francis Orthopaedic Institute – Columbus, GA

    Key Points

    1. Compare and contrast the social determinants of health in urban and rural communities
    2. Identify barriers and inequities in health and healthcare in urban and rural settings
    3. Provide examples of innovative solutions using translational research in urban and rural settings
  • Workshop Session Two - FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2018

    After you review the four (4) options below, you will be required to choose one (1) 10:45am to 1:15am Movement workshop.

    Minding Your Business: Depression and Minority Stress

    Speakers

    • Alfiee M. Breland-Noble, PhD, MHSc
      Director, The AAKOMA (African American Knowledge Optimized for Mindfully-Healthy Adolescents) Project
      Principal Director, AAKOMA Center and MDIL Consulting
    • David P. Rivera, PhD
      Associate Professor of Counselor Education, Department of Educational & Community Programs, Queens College, City University of New York

    Moderator

    • Yashika J. Watkins, PhD, MPH
      Associate Professor, Chicago State University

    Key Points

    1. Describing impediments to healthy movement.
    2. Understanding the intersection between mental health and movement.
    3. Evaluate community-based solutions to combat psychosocial challenges.
    4. Identify a new paradigm for movement.

    Moving the Mountains Within: One Step at a Time

    Speakers

    • Barbara J. George, EdD, RCEP, MSN, AGNP-C
      Director, Center for Cardiovascular Lifestyle Medicine – NYU Winthrop Hospital
      Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, SUNY Stony Brook
    • Loretta Gordon
      Movement Specialist
    • Nettie Reeves-Lewis, CPT, CHC, LFS
      President and CEO, N’shape with’N, LLC

    Moderator

    • Carla Harwell, MD
      Movement is Life Executive Steering Committee Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, Case Western Reserve University Medical Director, University Hospitals Otis Moss Jr. Health Center

    Key Points

    1. Encourage YOU to overcome internal and external barriers that lead to limited mobility and complacency
    2. Speak to the benefits of social exercise and activity and how to incorporate motion into your daily activities
    3. Develop a tailored exercise plan and best practices in prevention, lifestyle and behavior modifications

    Optimizing Technology to Put the Patient in Charge

    Speakers

    • Tearsanee C. Davis, DNP, FNP-BC
      Director, Clinical and Advanced Practice Operations, University of Mississippi Medical Center Center for Telehealth, Jackson, Mississippi
    • Travelle Franklin-Ford Ellis, MD, PhD
      Associate Director, Medical Affairs, Zimmer Biomet
    • MaCalus V. Hogan, MD
      Vice Chair of Education and Program Director
      Chief, UPMC Mercy Orthopaedics
      Chief, Division of Foot and Ankle Surgery
      Medical Director of Outcomes and Registries, UPMC Wolff Center for Quality, Safety and Innovation
      Associate Professor Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Bioengineering
      University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
    • Karen Lee, MS
      Executive Director, ECHO-Chicago, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

    Moderators

    • Ramon Luis Jimenez, MD
      Movement is Life Executive Steering Committee
      Co-Founder and President, American Association of Latino Orthopaedic Surgeons
      Past Chair, American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Diversity Advisory Board
      Past President Orthopaedic Research and Educational Foundation
    • Rolf Taylor
      Founder & Executive Director, Project Advocacy

    Key Points

    1. Understand how technology is used every day to improve conversations in patient care
    2. Encourage inter-professional providers to help patients via digital platforms that can make distance irrelevant
    3. Demonstration of two new digital applications to put the patient in charge
    4. Hands-on application of emerging technology models to manage chronic joint pain

    The Holistic Approach and its Impact on Sustainable Self-Care

    Speakers

    • Afua Bromley, LAc, DiplAc, NCCAOM, MSOM
      Owner/Acupuncturist, Acupuncture Saint Louis & Wellness Center, Saint Louis, MO
      Founder/Executive Director, Universal Holistic Healthcare Services (UHHS), Saint Louis, MO
      Board Chair, Nat’l Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM®)
    • Mikhail Kogan, MD, ABOIM
      Medical Director, GW Center for Integrative Medicine
      Founder and Medical Director, MK Cognition Institute
      Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate Director of Geriatric Fellowship, George Washington University
      Founder and President, AIM Health Institute

    Moderator

    • Shawn Tucker, MSPT, COMT, CSJA
      Owner, Brentwood Center of Health
      Payment Chair, Missouri Physical Therapy Association
      Associate, Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet
      Hun Yuan Taijiquan Master Teacher

    Key Points

    1. Define what integrative medicine is and is not.
    2. Evaluate the benefits of various holistic healthcare approaches.
    3. Articulate the importance of self-care practices using holistic approaches for patients and providers.
    4. Discuss how holistic approaches are positively impacting healthcare disparities.