Conference Learning sessions are recorded at INS meetings. CRNI® units earned from this category can be used to fulfill the requirement of attending an INS national meeting.
Burnout in the Workplace: Putting the Me Back in TiMeContains 2 Component(s), 1 credit offered Recorded On: 11/03/2018
After the session, attendees will be able to apply the techniques described in this session to daily practice and to describe techniques to prevent burnout.
Does Age Matter? Generational Differences Among CoworkersContains 2 Component(s), 1 credit offered Recorded On: 11/03/2018
After the session, attendees will be able to listen and learn from peers about how they view their work environments and how they face challenges differently.
To Infuse or Not to Infuse: The Importance of Blood ReturnContains 2 Component(s), 1 credit offered Recorded On: 11/03/2018
After the session, attendees will be able to list potential complications related to a lack of blood return from CVADs and discuss appropriate interventions for troubleshooting and resolution.
Aseptic Non-Touch Technique (ANTT®): Reducing Health Care-Acquired Infections through StandardizationContains 2 Component(s), 2 credits offered Recorded On: 05/21/2018
Health care workers are the primary vectors of infection during invasive clinical procedures and maintenance of invasive medical systems. Health care organizations can reduce this clinical risk and subsequent infection rates significantly by implementing aseptic nontouch technique, a standard approach to aseptic technique.
The Trifecta of Collaboration: Skin Integrity, Infection Prevention, and Vascular AccessContains 2 Component(s), 1 credit offered Recorded On: 05/21/2018
After the session, attendees will be able to name two techniques that enhance the care of central vascular access devices and compare and contrast three professional viewpoints on catheter care.
Evidence-based Central Vascular Access Management: A Call to Action!Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/21/2018
Central vascular access devices (CVADs) can be in place from hours to weeks and even long after. This session will discuss the requirement for evidence-based, postinsertion vascular access management to reduce clinical and economic risks from hospital to home.
Central Vascular Access Devices: Case Studies of ComplicationsContains 2 Component(s), 1 credit offered Recorded On: 05/21/2018
Complications related to central vascular access devices (CVADs) during insertion, management, and removal may result in increased patient morbidity and/or mortality, as well as higher health care costs. This session will discuss CVAD-associated bloodstream and local infections, dislodgment, occlusion, thrombosis, breakage, and migration.