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  • Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice 2016

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1 credit offered

    This webinar will discuss the recently revised Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice. The presentation will include a brief description of changes as compared to the 2011 Standards, an overview of the methodology used to develop the Standards, and the presentation of selected standards with new or changed recommendations

    Overview: As the recognized global authority in infusion therapy, INS is committed to advancing the specialty through evidence-based practice and research. A major component of that commitment is the development of standards of practice for all clinicians involved in infusion therapy. This webinar will discuss the recently revised Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice. The presentation will include a brief description of changes as compared to the 2011 Standards, an overview of the methodology used to develop the Standards, and the presentation of selected standards with new or changed recommendations.

    Lisa A. Gorski, RN, MS, HHCNS,BC, CRNI®, FAAN

    Clinical nurse specialist

    Lisa Gorski, MS, RN, HHCNS-BC, CRNI® has more than 30 years of professional experience in the fields of home care and home infusion therapy. She is currently the chairperson for the INS Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice 2021 revision committee and served as INS president from 2007-2008. She is the author of numerous journal articles and several books including Fast Facts for Nurses About Home Infusion Therapy. Lisa speaks globally on a variety of infusion therapy-related topics. 

    CRNI® RUs: This session has been approved for 1 CRNI® recertification unit and meets the non INS Meeting criteria.

    Contact Hours: This session has been approved for 1 contact hour

  • Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice Crosswalk: 2011/2016

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This document highlights the notable revisions of the 2011 Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice to the current 2016 Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice. Clinicians are strongly encouraged to review the entire publication to help ensure infusion practices follow the most current evidenced-based data.

    This document highlights the notable revisions of the 2011 Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice to the current 2016 Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice. Clinicians are strongly encouraged to review the entire publication to help ensure infusion practices follow the most current evidenced-based data.
  • Short Peripheral Catheter (SPC) Checklist: Think Safety, Insert Safely

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The SPC Checklist was developed by and for infusion nurses to promote safe practices from start to finish of peripheral infusion therapy.

    The SPC Checklist was developed by and for infusion nurses to promote safe practices from start to finish of peripheral infusion therapy.

  • Making the Business Case for Infusion Teams: The Purpose, People, and Process

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Currently, some hospitals enjoy the financial and clinical benefits of infusion nurse specialists working on infusion teams. The goal for this paper is to educate infusion nurse leaders about the process needed to make the business case for infusion teams. This information will educate nurses about how to convert the care they provide and the outcomes they produce into financial terms, a skill that is critical to enhance communication with executive officers and other decision makers within the hospital.

    Currently, some hospitals enjoy the financial and clinical benefits of infusion nurse specialists working on infusion teams. The goal for this paper is to educate infusion nurse leaders about the process needed to make the business case for infusion teams. This information will educate nurses about how to convert the care they provide and the outcomes they produce into financial terms, a skill that is critical to enhance communication with executive officers and other decision makers within the hospital.

  • Infusion Teams in Acute Care Hospitals: Call for a Business Approach: An Infusion Nurses Society White Paper

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The need to provide quality infusion nursing care with skilled, knowledgeable, and competent nurses is strategic and necessary for the health care organization. By minimizing liability, infusion care delivery will be enhanced through the use of infusion nurse experts. As a result, INS has developed a white paper on the use of infusion teams in acute care hospitals.

    The need to provide quality infusion nursing care with skilled, knowledgeable, and competent nurses is strategic and necessary for the health care organization. By minimizing liability, infusion care delivery will be enhanced through the use of infusion nurse experts. As a result, INS has developed a white paper on the use of infusion teams in acute care hospitals.

  • Recommendations for Frequency of Assessment of the Short Peripheral Catheter Site Position Paper

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    As many organizations choose to follow the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) recommendations for peripheral intravenous (IV) site rotation based on clinical indications rather than a specific time frame, INS recognizes the critical importance of site assessment to identify any signs of complications.

    As many organizations choose to follow the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) recommendations for peripheral intravenous (IV) site rotation based on clinical indications rather than a specific time frame, INS recognizes the critical importance of site assessment to identify any signs of complications.

  • The Role of the Registered Nurse in Determining Distal Tip Placement of Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters by Chest Radiograph

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    As a leader in infusion therapy, the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) recognizes the expanding scope of practice of the licensed registered nurse in the field of infusion therapy. It is the position of INS that a qualified registered nurse may determine the distal tip placement of peripherally inserted central catheters by chest radiograph.

    As a leader in infusion therapy, the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) recognizes the expanding scope of practice of the licensed registered nurse in the field of infusion therapy. It is the position of INS that a qualified registered nurse may determine the distal tip placement of peripherally inserted central catheters by chest radiograph.

  • The Role of the Registered Nurse in the Insertion of Intraosseous (IO) Access Devices

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    As a leader in infusion therapy, the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) convened a national task force of experts to examine the practice of registered nurses placing intraosseous access devices. It is the position of the Infusion Nurses Society that a qualified registered nurse, who is proficient in infusion therapy and who has been appropriately trained for the procedure, may insert, maintain, and remove intraosseous access devices.

    As a leader in infusion therapy, the Infusion Nurses Society (INS) convened a national task force of experts to examine the practice of registered nurses placing intraosseous access devices. It is the position of the Infusion Nurses Society that a qualified registered nurse, who is proficient in infusion therapy and who has been appropriately trained for the procedure, may insert, maintain, and remove intraosseous access devices.