Paradise Point Resort & Spa
1404 Vacation Road
San Diego, CA 92109
November 4, 2019
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San Diego, CA 92171
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0700-0745 Registration, Breakfast, and Vendors
0800-0850 Laura Klee, RNC, MSN "A New Look at Hydrops Fetalis"
0900-0950 Tai-Wei Wu, MD "Therapeutic Hypothermia and HIE- Is it cool enough?"
1000-1030 Break, Vendors, and Posters
1030-1120 Lars Bode, PhD "Human Milk Oligosaccharides at the Interface of Maternal-Infant Health"
1130-1220 Jennifer Le, PharmD "Optimizing Antimicrobial Therapy in the NICU: Clinical and Research Pharmacy"
1220-1230 SCANN Updates and Raffle
1230-1400 Lunch, Posters, and Vendors
1400-1450 David Dimmock, MD "What’s all the Rush about Genomics?"
1500-1520 Break and Posters
1520-1610 Alexa O’Dell "Wave After Wave: One NICU Family's Journey"
1620-1630 Conference Wrap Up and Raffle
Laura Klee, RNC, MSN
Laura received her BSN and MSN from CSULA. She has worked in the NICU at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for over 40 years. She has taken on many roles over the years including ECMO coordinator, clinical manager, transport nurse, clinical instructor, and relief house supervisor. She is currently staff CNIV in the NICU at CHLA.
Tai-Wei Wu, MD
Dr. Wu is an attending neonatologist and director of therapeutic hypothermia program at CHLA. His research
focuses on neonatal brain injury and hemodynamics, with an ultimate goal to identify modifiable factors in the neonatal intensive care setting that will improve neurological outcomes of infants with brain injury.
Lars Bode, PhD
Dr. Bode is Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Neonatology. He is now leading a research program
dedicated to investigating human milk oligosaccharide biosynthesis and functions
This conference is designed for neonatal healthcare professionals and interested students, offering current information pertinent to everyday practice in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
SCANN - The Southern California Association of Neonatal Nurses was established in 1989. Our goal is to facilitate an exchange of information and to establish a forum for networking among neonatal nurses and other neonatal healthcare professionals, making continuing education available to its members on a regular basis. For more information visit www.neonatenurses.com
Accreditation - The Southern California Association of Neonatal Nurses (SCANN), a chapter of the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN), is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (provider #ECP9626) to offer 7 to 8 contact units for this education conference.
Tuition - Your registration fee includes: full tuition, continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments at breaks, and parking. Registration confirmation will be sent to all via e-mail.
SCANN Board Members
President Elect: Elsa Stout, RNC, MSN
Past President: Nicole Dominguez, RNC, BSN
Secretary: Christina Barrett, RN, MSN
Treasurer: Jillian Sherman, RNC, MSN
Vendor Liaison: Lynnore Johns, RNC, MSN, NE-BC
General Conference Information
Jennifer Le, PharmD, MAS, BCPS-ID, FIDSA, FCCP, FCSHP
Dr. Le is Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at the UCSD Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. She maintains a clinical practice at Miller Children's and Long Beach Memorial Hospitals where she provided clinical services in the area of infectious diseases to both adult and pediatric patients.
David P. Dimmock, MD
Dr. Dimmock is an internationally renowned expert in the field of clinical genomic medicine. His current post is as the medical director of the newly formed Rady Children's Institute for Genomic Medicine.
Alexa is mom to son Cael (14) and twin daughters, Carsyn (13) and Riley, who were born at 24-weeks. The O’Dell family navigated the loss of Riley, a 118-day NICU journey and meeting the needs of a toddler at home. Since 2008, Alexa has served in a volunteer capacity as the Family Advisory Council chair for Benefis Health System NICU. She has been involved in quality improvement work with the Vermont Oxford Network.