3rd Annual Education Symposium: Excellence in Vascular Access (2013)

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The goal of this program is to educate clinicians regarding issues related to vascular access: insertion, care & maintenance, complications, legal aspects, and more. Program fee includes CEUs for nurses and radiological technologists, breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack. Door prizes will be given; grand prize is an iPad mini.
Presented by CenTexVAN Central Texas Vascular Access Network
This program provides attendees 5 contact hours.
Contact hours qualify toward VA-BC recertification.

Program Presenters and Topics:
  • Legal Implications of CLABSI presented by Nancy Moreau, RN, BSN, SRNI, SPUI, VA-BC
  • Central Vascular Access Device Tip Position: Implications for Patient Outcomes and Catheter Function presented by Jamie Bowne Santolucito, RN, CRNI, VA-BC
  • Legal and Clinical Implications for Inadvertent Arterial Puncture presented by Loralei Papke, RN, MSN, CEd, CRNI, VA-BC, and Nancy Moreau, RN, BSN, CRNI, CPUI, VA-BC
  • Internal Jugular and Axillary Vein Central Line Insertion by Vascular Access Nurses presented by Aaron Saul, RN, VA-BC
  • Improving Patient Safety: Influencing Behavioral Intention for the Prevention of Central Line-Related Bloodstream Infections presented by Judy Smith, RN, MSN, CRNI
 To register visit our Events page on our website: www.centexvan.com



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