Sponsors: Classic Air Medical, Intermountain Life Flight, University of Utah Healthcare, AirMed, Canyon HomeCare & Hospice, MERCK, Medtronic

Educational Symposiums - Intended for Healthcare Providers

Pediatric DM Spring Symposium April 25, 2018


No charge for participation; Registration is required for food preparation, class room seating and handouts. The first 100 people to register online will get a gift.

Please register on line by April 19 at https://ashleyregionalspringsymposium.eventbrite.com the first 100 people to register online will receive a swag at the event. 

For questions; Email or Call: Cindy Hancock, Event Coordinator


FOR EMS Approved for 5.5 hours EMS Continuing Education Credit

7:30 am Immunization Coalition Meeting-Contact Mallory, 435-789-9060 at Dinosaurland Pediatrics for questions about the coalition. 



Steve Jones 

 Living T1D


A Trauma Informed Approach to Understanding T1D (type 1 diabetes)- Through personal accounts and case studies, this lecture will provide a better understanding of the psychological impact of growing up and parenting living with type 1 diabetes. 

10:10 - 11:10

Andrea Clement 

 Sugar Babies 

Learning Objective: 

1. Participant will be able to identify normal sugar values in newborns

2. Participant will be able to identify signs and symptoms of abnormal sugar levels in the newborn

3. Participant will be able to identify three causes of low/high sugar levels in the newborn 

11:10 TO 11:55 - LUNCH

11:55 - 12:55

Cork Oaks 

Pediatric DKA…When the Sugar Rush Goes Bad

Learning Objective

1. Understand the role and function metabolism and the affects insulin and sugar has on it.

2. Understand the pathophysiology of DKA and HHNS

3. Understand the management of hyperglycemic events

4. Discuss potential complications that may occur during treatment

12:55-1:00 Break

1:00 - 2:00

Vana Raman, MD

Overview of Pediatric Diabetes Mellitus and its Management 

Learning objectives:

1. Understand pathophysiology, clinical presentation and management of Type 1 diabetes in children

2. Understand differences between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes mellitus in children and its management

3. Management of hyperglycemia and illness and hypoglycemia in children

2:00 - 2:45

Kaylynn Buxton 

Using Technology to Improve Diabetes Management

Learning objectives:

1. Basic understanding of diabetes related technology including insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitors and how to best utilize this technology to maximize diabetes management. 

2:45 - 2:55 Snack Break

3:00 - 4:00

Steve Jones

Treating the Trauma of T1D: Mindful Interventions and Skills. 


This lecture will build on the earlier lecture and focus on a handful of skills for diabetes care providers to better address the long term psychological effects of living with type 1 diabetes. These skills and resources will be applicable to diabetes care providers, patients, and their parents.


Steve Jones LCSW
Registered Yoga and Medication Facilitator, Founder Full Circle Yoga and Therapy

Andrea Clement MSN, RN, C-NPT
Intermountain Life Flight, SL Neonatal Team Lead, CS Rep-Children’s Services

Cory Oaks FP-C, CCP-C, MPA
Classic Air Medial, Clinical Education and Simulations Coordinator

Vana Raman MD
 Assistant Professor Pediatric Endocrinology   Fellowship Program at University of Utah and Primary Children’s Hospital

Kaylynn Buxton RN, CDE 
Primary Children’s Hospital, outpatient diabetes clinic

2018 Fall Symposium will be
Sept 26, 2018

Host Hotel

Ledgestone Hotel with kitchenettes
Event special $59 single queen $69 for double queen per night