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A Workshop Agenda March 30, 2011 Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Workshop on Respiratory Protection Curriculum for Occupational Health Nursing Programs OPEN SESSION 8:00 a.m. Coffee Available 8:30 Welcome and Introductions Linda Hawes Clever and Bonnie Rogers, Co-Chairs, IOM Committee on the Respiratory Protection Curriculum for Occupational Health Nursing Programs 8:45 Perspective from the National Personal Protective Technology Laboratory (NPPTL) Maryann D’Alessandro, Associate Director for Science, NPPTL 45
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46 APPENDIX A 9:00 Panel 1: Current Respiratory Protection Curricula Facilitator: Bonnie Rogers 9:00-9:05 Panel Introductions 9:05-9:15 Candace Burns, University of South Florida 9:15-9:25 Sue Davis, University of Cincinnati 9:25-9:35 Marjorie McCullagh, University of Michigan 9:35-9:45 Kathleen Brown, University of Alabama at Birmingham 9:45-9:55 Wendie Robbins, University of California, Los Angeles 9:55-10:05 Kerri Rupe, University of Iowa 10:05-10:45 Discussion with the committee Questions: • What is the current respiratory protection curriculum at your institution? What course(s) incorporates this training? Who teaches this segment? How much time is devoted to respiratory protection? • In what way could the respiratory protection curriculum be enhanced? • Are there any barriers or challenges that need to be overcome to improve the training to produce professionals who are fully aware and informed about respiratory protection technologies and who can teach and model the use of respiratory protection? How might barriers be surmounted? 10:45 Break 11:00 Panel 2: Continuing Education and Occupational Health Nursing Boards and Organizations Facilitator: Barbara DeBaun 11:00-11:05 Panel Introductions 11:05-11:15 Kathleen Buckheit, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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47 APPENDIX A 11:15-11:25 Elizabeth Maples, University of Alabama at Birmingham 11:25-11:35 Holly Carpenter, American Nurses Association 11:35-11:45 Kathleen Buckheit, American Association of Occupational Health Nurses 11:45-11:55 Pam Hart, American Board of Occupational Health Nurses 11:55-12:30 Discussion with the committee Questions: • What efforts are being made in nursing continuing education programs regarding respiratory protection training? In what way could the respiratory protection content be enhanced? • Are there any barriers or challenges that need to be overcome to improve the continuing education training? How might barriers be surmounted? • What efforts are or could be conducted by national associations and boards to increase awareness and training on respiratory protection? • Are there instructor certification or other mechanisms that should be considered in ensuring quality instruction? 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:15 Panel 3: Opportunities for Improving Respiratory Protection Training Facilitator: Patty Quinlan 1:15-1:20 Panel Introductions 1:20-1:30 Mary Townsend, M. C. Townsend Associates 1:30-1:40 Mark Tanis, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center 1:40-1:50 Tina Williams, U.S. Army National Guard 1:50-2:00 Felicia Bayer, Alcoa 2:00-2:10 Theresa Vaneman, BASF 2:10-2:45 Discussion with the committee
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48 APPENDIX A Questions: • What respiratory protection programs are in place at your facility? Who is in charge of the programs? Where is the respiratory protection program in your organizational structure? What are the barriers to enhancing the respiratory protection program at your institution and how could any barriers be surmounted? • How could nursing graduate programs and continuing education programs be enhanced to produce professionals who are fully aware and informed about respiratory protection technologies and who can teach and model the use of respiratory protection? 2:45 Discussion—Ideas on Improving Respiratory Protection Curricula Facilitator: Linda Hawes Clever • Comments from audience members • Discussion with panelists, audience, committee members • Summary—Linda Hawes Clever and Bonnie Rogers 3:30 Adjourn Workshop