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Registration for POCAfest 8 in Marin Headlands is now Open! Sign up here!

POCA Fest Fall 2016 – Marin Headlands
 September 23-25, 2016

Join us for the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture Fall 2016 conference. This fall’s POCA Fest is for punks, receptors, patient/community members, POCA supporters, students, friends and family. Last time we were at Marin we sold out and had a waiting list so don't delay.

How do I register?
Go here:


https://www.pocacoop.com/publications/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=14

Theme - Knowledge Commons
POCA is unusual even among co-ops, both because our structure is so uncommon and because we’ve been so successful at scaling up. We do things that work, but we don’t always know why. We’re constantly trying to understand ourselves better, and sometimes academic experts help. Andrew Zitcer, a professor at Drexel University who studies co-ops, recently described POCA as a knowledge commons. The theme of this POCAfest keynote is looking at ourselves as a knowledge commons: what does that mean for our present and our future?

When- 
Friday September 23 - Sunday September 25, 2016.


Friday September 25 arrive as early as 3pm to catch Friday afternoon programming.
 We’ll say our goodbyes Sunday September 27, 2015 and depart the camp by 2pm.


*ONE DAY-SATURDAY or SUNDAY ONLY option:  9 to 6:00pm. Lunch included.



Where


Headlands Institute is a beautiful historic military building located on the beach of the Pacific Ocean. It’s conveniently located just 22 miles from San Francisco International Airport or 30 miles from Oakland International Airport. Housing for the event will be onsite in dorm-style accommodations, with all meals provided for in a dining hall.

https://www.naturebridge.org/golden-gate/conference-facilities


Address:  Headlands Institute
Golden Gate Natl Recreation 
Sausalito, CA 94965‎

What to Bring


Bring a towel, bedding, sunscreen, umbrella and good walking shoes.  The sleeping quarters are good but spartan: there's a series of bunk beds in three rooms: an all male dorm, and all dffemale dorm and a gender neutral dorm. Take your pick. You have to bring bedding such as a sleeping bag and pillow. Bring a towel too along with toiletries. The weather should be warm and sunny-excepot at night when the sun disappears. wink Nights are a bit chilly so bring a jacket and a decent sleeping bag.



What else to bring


-If you have a clinic bring business cards- a mess of ‘em-to exchange with other clinics. There will be a table laid out for this. Remember!  We are all in this together! Support the other POCA clinics by using the cards to refer patients!
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-T-shirt exchange! If you are a clinic with t-shirts that you’d love to exchange for t-shirts from other clinics, bring ‘em! Its always fun to see all the different t-shirts we’ve made.



Food


Vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options available. Indicate your food needs in the event registration form.



Fees


Note: The cost of attending is the same as it was four years ago! You can’t afford to NOT attend!


Punks:

- early bird (by August 31) $300-$500; September 1 on $350-$550

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3 day pass (no overnight) $300-$500 


- 1 day pass Saturday or Sunday only: $100-$200; add CEUs- $100


Students: $150-$250 


Family: Significant other: $150; Children 4-15 $100


Registration again


Registration can be done from POCA’s homepage starting NOW!
 Pre-registration and payment in full is required by all participants:

https://www.pocacoop.com/publications/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=14

Cancellations/Refunds


POCA Fest requires pre-registration and payment in full by the participant. 
For cancellations, following the refund schedule applies: 
Up to 30 days prior to POCA Fest- 100% refund
29 to 14 days prior to POCA Fest - 50 % refund
13 days or less- no refund unless POCA Fest is cancelled because of low registration, then 100% of registration fees will be refunded.
Refunds will be issued within 30 days.

What if I have other questions?
1. There are several threads in the POCA forums discussing ride sharing, etc. Go there to join in.
2/. Post any questions below or email Skip (that's me!) at skipvm@gmail.com


What's the program?

Glad you asked:



Friday
1:30pm-4:30pm- Job Task Analysis workshop
3-5 registration- Sunset downstairs.

3:30pm-4:30pm- breakouts
1. Intro to POCA Tech- Skip Van Meter
2. Punk to Owner breakdown- Travis Beto
3.  Allergies- Sarah Lefkowich

5-6 Opening and roll call- Skip Van Meter followed by keynote address: Lisa Rohleder- Knowledge Commons

6-7 dinner
7 onwards- bonfire and hanging out. Sunset is at 7:04pm. Waining halfmoonrise is at 12:53am.

Saturday
8-9am breakfast

9:15am-5pm Job Task Analysis workshop (with lunch break)

9:30am-11am breakouts
1. Websites and Web Applications for the Community Acupuncture Clinic- Wade Phillips
2. Female-Identified Leadership in POCA- Adrian Grey, Sarah Lefkowich, Julia Carpenter, Sarah Evans
3. Tan/Tung Extravaganza, part 1- David Lesseps and Josh Whiteley

12pm-1pm lunch

1:15pm-2:30pm breakouts
1. How To Move To A Bigger Space- Nicole Murray and Mary Vincent
2. Tan/Tung Extravaganza, part 2- David Lesseps and Josh Whiteley
3. Bookkeeping- Carmen Doerge

2:45pm-4pm breakouts
1. Reception Systems- David Barfield
2. Women’s health- BAP: Michelle Lemieux, Mary Stewart, Julia Carpenter
3. HR Systems- Jeff Levin

4:30pm-6pm breakouts
1. Healthy Boundaries AKA how to fire patients and tell people not to take their pants off.
- Cait Cain and Molly Fread
2. Herbs in a CA clinic- Kerri Casey
3. How To Fill Your Schedule and Your Clinic: Boosting the Numbers- Michelle Lemieux and Mary Stewart



6pm-7pm dinner

7pm onwards bonfire. Sunset is at 7:03. Waining moonrise is at 1:51am.

Sunday
8am-9am breakfast

9:15am-10:15am breakouts
1. Becoming a non-profit- Ellen Vincent
2.  Bedbugs, Goddamn It. - Andy Wegman
3. Training front desk volunteers- Sarah Lefkowich

10:30am-12pm breakouts
1. Bricolage- Techniques Class- Cris Monteiro
2. Trauma Informed Care-  Adrian Grey and Cera Mae Evans
3.  Creating the support you need to succeed: narratives, people, and systems- Jade Fang



12pm-1pm lunch

1:15pm- 2pm Closing- possibly on lawn in front of dining hall or in upstairs - Skip van Meter


Breakout Session Descriptions

Job Task Analysis workshop

POCA and POCA Tech are conducting our own Job Task Analysis of community acupuncture. This long session is a workshop taught by the psychometrics firm Measurement Inc, and it’s a core part of executing our JTA. There are no CEUs available for this workshop but anyone is welcome to attend to learn about the process. Volunteers who have been recruited to serve on the JTA’s task force are required to attend if possible (you know who you are). This workshop runs from 1:30-4:30 on Friday and again from 9:15-5 on Saturday. If you are interested please contact me- skipvm@gmail.com.


Intro to POCA Tech


POCA Tech exists because Community Acupuncture clinics need their acupuncturists to have special skills not normally taught in other acupuncture schools. Thus it is important that potential students for POCA tech understand what will be required of them and to that purpose this breakout session is devoted to. We will go into some depth of how acupuncture is performed in a Community Acupuncture setting, including styles of acupuncture that work best.
In addition we will discuss the possibility of opening a branch campus in California in the future as California has special requirements for licensure that the Portland campus doesn’t intend to meet.

Skip Van Meter L.Ac.

 

Allergies

Yuch! Become familiar with common allergy complaints and their treatment.  Understand where allergies and their treatment fall in your scope of practice. Treatment planning and speaking with patients about treatment strategy ie.: seasonal allergies, new climate allergies, and living situation allergies. From eyes to ears and whatever's in between-we'll cover it all here.

Sarah Lefkowich, L.Ac.

 

Making the Transition - Punking as an Employee to Punking as a Clinic Owner

This breakout's objective is to prepare current acupuncturists employed as punks that are interested in community acupuncture clinic ownership by allowing attendees to:

Be able to clearly understand the responsibilities of a community acupuncture clinic owner vs. punk employee
Be able to access resources that aid transition from punk employee to community acupuncture clinic owner
To discuss challenges inherent in the transition and known systems to navigate them.

So if you are interested in running your own shop and want to get it right from the beginning, come to this breakout!

Travis Beto L. Ac.


Keynote speech- Knowledge Commons


POCA is unusual even among co-ops, both because our structure is so uncommon and because we’ve been so successful at scaling up. We do things that work, but we don’t always know why. We’re constantly trying to understand ourselves better, and sometimes academic experts help. Andrew Zitcer, a professor at Drexel University who studies co-ops, recently described POCA as a knowledge commons. The theme of this POCAfest keynote is looking at ourselves as a knowledge commons: what does that mean for our present and our future?
Lisa Rohleder L.Ac.

 

Female-Identified Leadership in POCA

An odd thing about the acupuncture profession is that the rank and file is largely female-identified while the recognized leadership is largely male-identified. Community acupuncture is better overall, but sexism is sneaky and insidious. Women often don’t promote themselves to leadership the way that men do. If we want women leaders in POCA, we’re going to have to cultivate and encourage them. This breakout session is about how we’re going to do that.

Cera Mae Evans L.Ac,  Julia Carpenter  L.Ac, Adrian Grey  L.Ac, Sarah Lefkovich  L.Ac

 

Websites and Web Applications for the Community Acupuncture Clinic


The internet is full of tools that can make running a Community Acupuncture Clinic a little easier.  In this breakout we'll discuss some of the essentials:  Online Scheduling, Electronic Health Records, a company Website, Email, Financial and other software that can help make your clinic run more smoothly.  Additionally, there will be time for discussion of other web technologies and website conundrums, so bring questions about your website issues.
Wade Phillips, POCA's webguy

 

Application of Tung Acupuncture in a Community Acupuncture Clinic, part 1
Its a nerd out! Let's do it together!
Introduce common points and groups used in Tung acupuncture
Discuss methods of selecting points and treatment strategies for common complaints
Provide insight and personal experience by practitioners who use Tung acupuncture in a community acupuncture clinic

David Lesseps L.Ac. and Josh Whitely L.Ac

 

Bookkeeping and Accounting for  Community Acupuncture Clinics
What does this mean and do I really have to do it? Discussion of business basics specifically for busy CA practices. Find out what systems you absolutely need to have as you set out to create sustainable living-wage jobs for yourself and other punks.
Carmen Doerge, bookkeeper of POCA and registrar of POCA Tech

 

Beach Breakout: A POCA Clinic at 7: Sustaining Success

Has it been seven years already? In this breakout we have three objectives:

-To understand the process of growing and maturing a community clinic;
-Get a picture of how big decisions are made, and how to handle obstacles and manage fear;
-Learn how to most effectively communicate with patients, and to streamline treatments.

Nicole Murray L.Ac., and Mary Vincent L.Ac.

 

Application of Tung Acupuncture in a Community Acupuncture Clinic, part 2
Its a nerd out! Let's do it together!
Introduce common points and groups used in Tung acupuncture
Discuss methods of selecting points and treatment strategies for common complaints
Provide insight and personal experience by practitioners who use Tung acupuncture in a community acupuncture clinic

David Lesseps L.Ac. and Josh Whitely L.Ac

 

Reception Systems
Being the first contact in a busy clinic is full of interesting interactions and great discussions with new and returning patients about acupuncture, the clinic, and their personal experience with both. This talk will take a close look at the systems and scripts that we use at the Working Class Acupuncture reception desk and how these valuable, simple tools facilitate a natural opportunity for listening and learning about the patient while also warmly welcoming them to the clinic, first or hundredth visit.
David Barfield, Receptionist at Working Class Acupuncture

 

Women's Health
Come join us as we discuss our favorite treatments for a wide range of women's health patterns.   We will be presenting points and patent herbal medicines we love for women.  Michelle, Julia, and Mary of Berkeley Acupuncture Project will be presenting.
Michelle Lemieux L.Ac, Julia Carpenter L. Ac., and Mary Stewart L.Ac.

 

Hiring, Firing, and Everything In Between: Keeping HR Clean
At SOAP (Sacramento/Oakland Acupuncture Project), our greatest asset is our staff of superpunks and their ability to navigate our systems and patients. In this breakout session, Jeff, SOAP’s resident HR dude, will discuss the process by which we find, interview, shadow, train, audition, hire, nurture, review, discipline, reward and appreciate all our punks. Jeff will  talk about how these systems were created to benefit both parties, promote clear communication, and lead to cohesive clinic culture. Supporting documents such as templates for interviewing, doing performance reviews, written and oral warnings, probation, and other HR related things, will be offered and discussed.
Jeff Levin, L.Ac.

 

Herbs in a CA Clinic
Lots of us were trained to use herbs in school, but using them in a CA clinic is a different animal entirely. Let me break it down for you in this breakout.
Kerri Casey L.Ac.

 

Healthy Boundaries in the Clinic.

How important is it to define and maintain personal and clinic boundaries when working in a high volume CA clinic?  How can we establish and clearly communicate those guidelines to our patients thereby creating a safe, stable, cohesive and healing environment for us all?  Join Cait Cain and Molly Fread of (S)OAP as we explore these topics, tackle real life challenging situations and come up with effective solutions.

Molly Fread, L. Ac.  and Cait Cain, L. Ac.

 

How To Fill Your Schedule and Your Clinic: Boosting the Numbers

Michelle and Mary of Berkeley Acupuncture Project will be giving the low -down on the boost-up for CA clinics.  How do you make your clinic full?   How do you fill up empty schedules?  Are you a punk who can't seem to fill your schedule?  Are you an employer who can't get your punks to fill your clinic?  We will share our successes and failures with you in the numbers game, as we lead a discussion on how to boost your numbers.
Mary Stewart L.Ac. and Michelle Lemieux L.Ac.

 

Training front desk volunteers

Become familiar with the volunteer / training program we have at West Philly Community Acupuncture.  Understand how your scope of practice is kept afloat with a smooth front desk experience.

Sarah Lefkowich L. Ac.


Bedbugs, Goddamn It.
Bed bugs have made a swift and surprising comeback over the past 15 years in large parts of North America. The great 21st century bedbug epidemic has largely taken place in high-density areas and hubs of travel.
Conversation will be facilitated around bed bug biology, how this recent resurgence may impact our clinics and what we can do about it.
Andy Wegman, L.Ac.


The Perks and Pitfalls of Being a Nonprofit

aka Fun with Form 1023! Thinking of becoming a nonprofit?  Let's talk about the pros and cons. Learn from my many mistakes and a couple of my victories. Already finished the form and got approval? Let's talk about the perks of being a non-profit (and there are many), share resources with each other, and dig deep about what it means (and feels like) to be a charitable organization. 
Ellen Vincent L.Ac.

 

Trauma Informed Care
In this breakout session we will continue our conversation, from the last POCA Fest, on trauma and resilience. We will utilize the Trauma Informed Approach (TIA) to help us as clinics, providers, supporters, and survivors bear better witness and provide more effective support to survivors in our clinics and our lives. We will learn and discuss the Six Key Principles of TIA and will utilize them in clinic oriented role-playing situations. Instead of Universal Precautions for Disease, we will learn Universal Precautions for Trauma in a patient setting (Examples: asking before touching, checking in with patients, and being supportive and present in a nonjudgmental way). These Universal Precautions will help us to have clear boundaries not only for ourselves as practitioners, but also for our patients who depend on us to be steady and supportive, even if we ourselves are trauma survivors.
Adrian Grey  L.Ac,  and Cera Mae Evans  L.Ac


BRICOLAGE-Techniques Class
Treating people with acupuncture is so much more than sticking needles in them... or is it? What happens when we break down the "methods" of a busy acupuncturist into more discrete parts? Is technique about how we handle needles? our patients? our selves?

Facilitating this class is a long-time punk whose super-power is being able to whip up delicious and interesting meals from whatever is in the fridge. Treating with acupuncture is a lot like that.
Cris Montiero, L. Ac.



Creating The Support You Need To Succeed: Narratives, People, and Systems

Create Personal Narratives of your clinic, that you can use everyday. Understand how to build community around your clinic. Understand how to create smooth functioning systems for a high volume clinic.

Jade Fang L.Ac.

There you go. Sign up and have fun!

This story was posted on July 6 2016 by Skip.

Comments

  • July 6 2016 at 5:50 PM
    Roselle writes:

    Looking forward to it! I heard a rumor that there will be more California Category 1 CEUs available this time around- can you confirm? Pocafest is always worthwhile anyway, but I typically end up with lots of Category 2 stuff that I can’t use.

    Thanks!
    -Roselle

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  • July 6 2016 at 9:16 PM
    tatyana writes:

    What is receptionists’ / admin staff rate? Do they pay the same as punks or can they pay student rate?

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  • July 6 2016 at 10:05 PM
    Skip writes:

    Roselle- Amy Severinsen is working on the CEUs but she is trying for more cat 1s.

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  • July 6 2016 at 10:13 PM
    Skip writes:

    Taty- punk rate.

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  • July 29 2016 at 8:47 PM
    monkeyacupunk writes:

    How did you know someone just took their pants off during my shift!  You DO have eyes everywhere…

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  • August 23 2016 at 5:44 AM
    Cynthia Marie writes:

    Sad I can’t return this fall - last year was so great! Any chance I can put in a request for a recorded breakout? I’m really intrigued by the “How to Fill Your Schedule and Your Clinic” breakout. Also the “How to Train Your Front Desk.” And… Pretty much all of them! I hope it’s a beautiful, peaceful time for all!

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  • August 23 2016 at 1:52 PM
    Skip writes:

    We’ll do our best to record sessions!

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