CAPA at Napa 2022

In-person CAPA meetings are coming back! For the first time since the pandemic, CAPA at Napa will be in-person again! 
 

Hotel Information

Napa Marriott 
3425 Solano Ave, Napa, CA 94558
Click here to book your accomodations 
If you prefer to call for your reservation, please call (866) 263-1462 and reference CAPA
 
 
  Registration Fee Registration Fee with Wellness Package
Member  $160 $285
Student Member $50 $170
Non-Member $425 $565
Non-Member Student  $70 $200
 
              

**Please contact the CAPA office if you are purchasing the wellness package**

This program has been reviewed and is approved for a maximum of 7 hours Category I CME credits by AAPA

Program Schedule Saturday, February 26, 2022
 

Speaker Topic  Learning Objectives  Date & Time

Thomas Minahan, MD 
Seizures: What's Shake'n
  1. Wil consider cardiac etiology when someone shakes
  2. Will realize the poor prognosis after 2 failed medications and their alternatives
9:00 AM PST 
Jennifer Carlquist, PA-C Complex Cardiology Cases 
  1. Review posterior MI 
  2. Explore non-specific ST/T wave changes and understand why they matter 
  3. Pick up subtle stemi/ischemia
10:00 AM PST
Anita Nelson, MD  What's New In Contraception?
  1. Discuss the contribution contraception makes to women's health 
  2. Describe barriers to successful contraceptive use 
  3. Outline new develoments in use of older methods and options that have been receintly introduced 
  4. Counsel women on the safety and efficacy of each of the current methods in typical use 
11:00 AM PST
    Branded Presentation  12:00PM- 1:00 PM PST
Gregory Yoshida, MD Orthopedic Tips and Tricks
  1. To incorporate simple techniques to improve orthopedic physical exam 
  2. To be able to more easily formulate certain orthopedic differential diagnoses 
  3. To become more proficient at evaluating common orthopedic disorders 
1:00 PM PST
Arianna Campbell, PA-C Integrating Evidence-Based Addiction Care and Harm Reduction Into Your Practice 
  1. To develop an understanding in current treatment of addiction in the medical model 
  2. To recognize opioid withdrawal and standard of care treatment for opioid use disorder 
  3. To describe harm reduction in the care of people who use drugs 
2:00 PM PST
Rocco Pallin, MPH Clinical Strategies for Firearm Injury Prevention 
  1. Describe the PA's role in reducing risk for firearm injury 
  2. Understand the basics of firearm death epideiology and risk factors for firearm injury 
  3. Apply firearm injury prevention interventions appropriate to level and type of risk 
3:30 PM PST
Dayna Long, MD  Introduction to ACEs Screening and Toxic Stress Treatment    4:30 PM PST

 

Castello di Amorosa, the only authentic medieval (13th-century) Italian Tuscan castle and winery built in America, officially lowered its drawbridge for business in April 2007. Castello di Amorosa is nestled in the western hills on 171 acres just minutes south of The Napa Valley town of Calistoga. After several decades of personal adventure visiting and studying medieval castles and wineries throughout Italy and Europe, Dario Sattui, a successful 4th-generation Italian winemaker and entrepreneur, began building Castello di Amorosa in 1994. Over the course of this marathon project, the Castello has evolved to include over 136,000 square feet, including 107 rooms (90 of which are devoted to winemaking and wine storage); an enormous Great Hall with 2-story replica Tuscan frescoes painted by Italian artists and a 500-year old fireplace; 8,000 tons of hand-chiseled stones; 8 levels (4 above ground and 4 below); a drawbridge, dungeon and torture chamber; medieval church; and arguably the single most impressive wine barrel room in the U.S., with ancient Roman cross-vaulted ceilings.




 

FAQ

Q: ?What day & time is the conference? 
A: Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 9AM. Breakfast will be served at 8:30 AM. 

Q: Who are the speakers? 
A: See program schedule above

Q: Will there be an exhibit hall? 
A: Yes! For those interested in exhibiting, please contact Teresa Chien at teresa@capanet.org 

Q: Will there be refreshments? 
A: Yes, we will have a ten minute break at 3PM. 

Q: Do we have to bring our own lunch? 
A: No, lunch will be provided if you stay for the branded presentation. 

Q: What's the closest airport if I'm flying in to Napa? 
A: The distance from SFO and Sacramento Airport are the same (about 1.5 hours). You can also fly into the Santa Rosa airport. 

Q: Will transportation be provided from the airport? 
A: No, transportation will not be provided from the airport. 

Q: What's the wellness package? 
A: We have planned a private wine tour at Castello di Amorosa. Registrants will also get to taste five wines. 

Q: Is there transportation from the hotel to Castello di Amorosa? 
A: Yes! We will be leaving the hotel at 9AM. We will meet in the lobby. 

Q: Is there transportation from Castello di Amorosa to the hotel? 
A: Yes, after the tour concludes, we will head back to the hotel at 1PM. 

Q: Is there a cancellation policy? 
A: Full refunds will be given to those who cancel by February 21, 2022 12PM PST. 

Q: Can I bring a guest to the wine tour? 
A: Absolutely! When checking out, be sure to add your guest's information. The registration fee for guests is $150. 

Q: Will you be checking vaccine cards?
A: Yes, we will be checking vaccine cards at check in. Please send us proof of vaccination prior to the meeting. You can email the vaccine card to capa@capanet.org

Q: Are masks mandatory?
A:Yes. Those who do not comply with the mask mandate will be asked to leave and wil not receive a refund for the conference.