ENS 31st Annual Symposium

June 11, 2022

In-person & Live Stream

during ENDO2022

 

    

ENS 31st Annual Symposium

Registration via ENDO2022  

                     Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, USA -  Room B408 

 

   0800-0900  Hormone Therapies - Replace or Suppress

                         Chris Yedinak DNP, FNP-BC, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, Oregon


   0900-1000 Checkpoint Inhibitors - Good, Bad & Ugly

                         Douglas Johnson MD, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee

                           Deborah Wallace FNP-BC, AOCNP, MSNVanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee


  1000-1015  Exhibits & Coffee


  1015-1115 Diabetes Technology in 2022

                           Anne Peters MD, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California

                           Melanie Westfall FNP-C, Asante Endocrinology, Grants Pass, Oregon


  1115-1215 Challenges in Bone Metabolism: Calcium & Phosphate Balance

                           Michael McClung MD, Oregon Osteoporosis Center, Portland, Oregon 

                           Amy Mundy McNay FNP, BC-ADM, VA Medical Center, Richmond, Virginia


  1215-1315     Exhibits & Lunch (provided) 


   1315-1345 Feasibility of a Patient-centered, Telehealth-delivered Diabetes Foot Care

Education Program   

                   Clinical Research Grant - Awardee 2021

                           Hsiao-Hui 'Joyce' Ju DNP, FNP-BC,CNEUniversity of Texas Health Center at Houston,

                           Houston, Texas 


  1345- 1415 New Modalities in the Treatment of Adrenal Insufficiency  

                        Betsy Love McClung Endocrine Nurse Development Award - Awardee 2020   

                           Phillip Yeoh RN, BSC, MSc, The London Clinic, London, UK

                    

  1415-1430 Break & Exhibits


  1430-1500 Comparison of Nurse-led Clinics in Transgender Health: Insights on Best Practices

                        Andrew Dwyer PhD, FNP-BC, FNAP, Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts  


  1500-1600 Developing an Interdisciplinary Approach to Gender-affirming Healthcare

   Deborah Greenspan ANP-BC, BC-ADM, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee

   Dallas Ducar MSN, APRN, Northeastern University, Boston Massachusetts & Colombia

     University Charlottesville, Virginia   


  1700-1900 Reception: Awards & Posters & Exhibits - Room B409



2022 Clinical Research Award 

Brien Mehmet PhDc

City University of London, School of health Sciences, London, UK

"Discovering Quality of Life in Adult Patients with Kleinfelter Syndrome: A Qualitative Study Using Phenomenological Research"


Faculty

                               

      Andrew Dwyer              Dallas Ducar 

                 

                                  

    Debra Greenspan         Douglas Johnson

                  

                                  

    Hsiao-Hui 'Joyce' Ju         Michael McClung

 

                                     

      Amy Mundy McNay          Anne Peters

                     

                                  

     Deborah Wallace            Melanie Westfall