INS Infusion Room podcasts are on-demand audio recordings of infusion-related topics. They are available on the INS LEARNING CENTER and other sites where podcasts are aired.

Podcasts

  • Episode 68: August 19, 2020 - Looking ahead to INS 2020 Virtual!

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    Join us, as we highlight the many things to look forward to at INS 2020 Virtual!

    Join us, as we highlight the many things to look forward to at INS 2020 Virtual!

    Sean Reed, PhD, APN, ACNS-BC, ACHPN

    Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Health, Hospice and Palliative Care

    Sean M. Reed, PhD, APN, ACNS-BC, ACHPN, is a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Health, Hospice and Palliative Care. He has over 15 years of experience in acute, post-acute, ambulatory, systems, and academic settings. Dr. Reed is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado, College of Nursing, where he teaches and researches delivery and access to palliative care. He is the President of the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists.

    Sarah Knudsvig, RN

    Registered Nurse Clinical Staff Educator, UW Health in Madison, WI

    Sarah Knudsvig, RN, MSN, is a Registered Nurse Clinical Staff Educator at UW Health in Madison, WI. She is an organizational resource for vascular access care, maintenance, and insertion for clinical staff across 135 ambulatory sites. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota and a Master of Science in Nursing from Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois.

    ​Judy S. Smith, MSN, RN, CRNI®, VA-BC

    Clinical Manager of Vascular Access, Ascension Seton

    Judy S. Smith, MSN, RN, CRNI®, VA-BC, has been a vascular access nurse for 20 years. She is currently Clinical Manager of Vascular Access at Ascension Seton in Austin, Texas. Judy has published studies on nurse behavioral intention, related to best practice techniques for needleless connector disinfection, as well time required for disinfection of needleless connectors. She has been a speaker at several local and national conferences and served as keynote speaker at Intravenous Nursing New Zealand in 2012. 

    Linda Grinnell Merrick, NP-C

    Rheumatology NP, University of Rochester Medical Center

    Linda Grinnell-Merrick, MS, NP-C, is a Rheumatology NP at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, NY. Prior to this, she worked in Solid Organ Transplant for 15 years as NP. She is a past president of the Rheumatology Nurses Society. Linda has written many articles for the RNP (Rheumatology Nurse Practice) Newsletter and is the Editor of Healio Rheumatology. She has spoken at RNS annual conference and the NYU Annual Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis conference, as well as other conferences on rheumatology.

    Denise Harper, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CRNI®

    CNS, Vidant Medical Center

    Denise Harper, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CRNI®, has been the Infusion Clinical Nurse Specialist at Vidant Medical Center since 2010. She has over 30 years of experience, including home infusion and various roles in acute care. Denise is a former member of the INS NCOE and was selected into The Great 100 Nurses in NC for 2015. She has published several articles locally and nationally and has delivered podium presentations throughout the country.

    Ann Plohal, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CRNI®, VA-BC

    Vascular Access Team, St. Joseph Hospital Medical Center

    Dr. Ann Plohal, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CRNI®, VA-BC, is a member of the vascular access team at St. Joseph Hospital Medical Center and Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. She is past president of the Infusion Nurses Society (2014-2015). She has written and presented multiple topics related to vascular access and infusion therapy. Dr. Plohal’s hands on experience gives her a unique perspective on vascular access and embolism.

    Julie DeLisle, BSN, MSN, RN

    Transfusion Safety & Blood Management Officer, Versiti Blood Center of WI

    Julie DeLisle, BSN, MSN, RN, is a Transfusion Safety and Blood Management Officer at Versiti Blood Center of WI. She received her Bachelor of Nursing at University of WI Oshkosh and Master of Nursing Education at Cardinal Stritch University. Julie started her career in Oncology. She has published several articles and authored chapters in books. She currently works to ensure that healthcare providers and patients are educated on evidence-based transfusion practice.

    Marlene Steinheiser, PhD, RN, CRNI®

    Director of Clinical Education, INS

    Marlene Steinheiser, PhD, RN, CRNI®, is the Director of Clinical Education for INS. In her role, she directs the development of educational programs and resources for INS and develops strategic alliances with other organizations. She earned her PhD in nursing at the University of Arizona, conducting research focusing on compassion fatigue among healthcare professionals. A nurse for more than 32 years, Dr. Steinheiser has had experience in acute care, home infusion, long-term care, regulatory organizations, and academic nursing.

    Meghan Trupiano, CMP

    Meetings Manager, INS

    As INS’ meetings manager, Meghan Trupiano, CMP, manages all activities related to INS’ national meetings. She is responsible for exhibit space sales, advertising, and sponsorship sales, as well as attendee marketing.

    Host: Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI® – INS Clinical Education & Publications Manager

    Guests:

    ·      Sean M Reed, PhD, APN, ACNS-BC, ACHPN

    ·      Sarah Knudsvig, RN

    ·      Judy Smith, MSN, RN, CRNI®, VA-BC

    ·      Linda Grinnell Merrick, MS, NP-C

    ·      Denise Harper, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CRNI®

    ·      Ann Plohal, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CRNI®, VA-BC

    ·      Julie DeLisle, BSN, MSN, RN

    ·      Marlene Steinheiser, PhD, RN, CRNI®

    ·      Meghan Trupiano, CMP

    Join us, as we highlight the many things to look forward to at INS 2020 Virtual! We will chat with Meaghan Trupiano, CMP, INS Meetings Manager, who will tell us what we need to know about this unique and engaging event. INS Director of Clinical Education, Marlene Steinheiser, PhD, RN, CRNI®, will get us ready for a fun and poignant presentation by the founder of our profession, Florence Nightingale, who will be channeled by Candy Campbell, DNP, RN, CNL, CEP, FNAP. We will also talk with several of our featured speakers, who will preview their upcoming sessions.

    Resources:

    Infusion Nurses Society: www.ins1.org

    INS 2020 Conference Agenda: https://fontevacustomer-1614e2ff498.force.com/s/lt-event?site=a0d3m00000INxmkAAD&id=a1U3m00000NTdgt#/Agenda

     

    Register for INS 2020: https://fontevacustomer-1614e2ff498.force.com/s/lt-event?site=a0d3m00000INxmkAAD&id=a1U3m00000NTdgt#/loginReg

     

    INS 2020 Speakers: https://fontevacustomer-1614e2ff498.force.com/s/lt-event?site=a0d3m00000INxmkAAD&id=a1U3m00000NTdgt#/Speakers

  • Episode 67: August 5, 2020 - Vascular Access Team: Managing Challenges Associated with COVID-19

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    Vascular access team members discuss challenges during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

    Vascular access team members discuss challenges during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

    Elizabeth Morrell, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

    Scripps Mercy Hospital

    Elizabeth Morrell, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, is senior director of patient care at Scripps Mercy Hospitals where she has dual campus leadership responsibility for venous access nurses, advanced practice nurses and interventional radiology, along with cardiac and endoscopy services. Elizabeth also currently serves as the COVID-19 operations chief for the San Diego campus in Hillcrest. 

    Patti Ryan, MSN, RN

    Scripps Mercy Hospital

    Patti Ryan, MSN, RN, has been an RN for over 43 years. She received her Diploma is Nursing from Butterworth Hospital School of Nursing in 1977 and her BSN from University of San Diego in 1989. She earned her MSN, Family Health CNS, in 1993. Patti has eclectic work experience including US Navy, pediatrics, neonatal, oncology, CNS, and home health. She has been employed at Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego, CA since 2001 and a member of the Vascular Access Team since 2004. Patti is a wife, mother of 3 and grandmother of 1. Her outside interests include RV adventures, crocheting and other handicrafts, disability advocacy.

    Marivic Guzman, BSN RN, VA-BC

    Precision Vascular Access

    Marivic has over 15 years of nursing experience, with the bulk of her career being spent in CVICU. While working in critical care, Marivic dabbled in other areas of nursing, such as a Recovery Room Nursing, teaching Clinicals at a Vocational Nursing School, facilitating megacodes for ACLS classes and getting involved in the Code Blue Committee, as well as a managerial role at an outpatient infusion center. Her experience helped her to easily transition to her new role of IV Nurse in 2014. Her plans to convert to a Vascular Access Team took place shortly thereafter, where bedside PICC placement would be a newly implemented approach to care. She helped to see through the conversion from an IV Team to a Vascular Access Team and went on to obtain her Vascular Access Board Certification. 

    In 2018, Precision Vascular Access was founded in order to address a gap in care in the local medical community. Since its inception, Precision Vascular Access has helped to close a gap in care in the outpatient world, providing all-inclusive outpatient infusion care to patients and doctors alike. 

    Host: Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI® – INS Clinical Education & Publications Manager

    Guests:

    ·      Elizabeth Morrell, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

    ·      Patti Ryan, MSN, RN

    ·       Marivic Guzman, BSN RN, VA-BC

    In this podcast, vascular access team members discuss the challenges of practicing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Team members address changes in time management, personal protective equipment protocols, and vascular access device selection. Learn how these exceptional clinicians have worked to modify practice to accommodate changes needed during the pandemic. Explore how teamwork and collaboration across the organization has boosted morale for health care personnel.

  • Episode 66: July 23, 2020 - SHEA and INS Collaboration Podcast - Working together to address COVID-19 Challenges

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    Collaboration During COVID-19. Infusion Nurses Society in Collaboration with Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA). In this episode, Dr. Sara Keller and Dawn Berndt discuss a collaboration between Hospital Epidemiology and Infusion Nursing.

    Collaboration During COVID-19. Infusion Nurses Society in Collaboration with Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA). In this episode, Dr. Sara Keller and Dawn Berndt discuss a collaboration between Hospital Epidemiology and Infusion Nursing.

    Sara C. Keller, MD, MPH, MSHP

    Assistant Professor of Medicine Infection Disease, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

    Sara C. Keller, MD, MPH, MSHP, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is also Associate Faculty in the Armstrong Institute of Patient Safety and Quality at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr Keller's research interests focus on improving the quality of care of patients receiving parenteral antibiotics outside the hospital, measures and outcomes among patients with central venous catheters in the home, and improving ambulatory antimicrobial stewardship. 

    Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI®

    Clinical Education & Publications Manager, INS

    Dawn serves as INS’ Clinical Education and Publications Manager. She has been an active INS member and a CRNI® since 2005. She served on INS’ National Council on Education from 2011 to 2014 and on INS’ Board of Directors as a Director-at-Large from 2017 to 2018. Prior to joining the INS team, Dawn worked for 13 years as a clinical nurse specialist for infusion and as nurse manager of the infusion center, the venous access team, and the RN response team at the University of Wisconsin Health - University Hospital. Dawn holds a doctor of nursing practice in clinical leadership from the Henry Predolin School of Nursing at Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin; a master’s of nursing education from the University of Wisconsin School of Nursing; and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Phoenix in Phoenix.

    Guests: 
    • Sara Keller, MD, MPH, MSHP – Moderator
    • Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI® 

    Abstract: 
    We’re all in this Together: COVID-19 Allies in Infection Prevention
    We’ve joined the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) for an episode of their Allies in Infection Prevention Podcast. This podcast series focuses on collaborative efforts, as well as opportunities for different disciplines to address and confront the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Take a listen to Working together to address COVID-19 Challenges.

    Resources:
    Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA). https://www.shea-online.org/ 
    Infusion Nurses Society (INS). www.ins1.org 

  • Episode 65: July 10, 2020 - Promoting Excellence in Infusion Nursing Through CRNI® Certification

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    Make an impact: Validate your expertise in the infusion therapy specialty through CRNI® certification.

    Make an impact: Validate your expertise in the infusion therapy specialty through CRNI® certification.

    Adrienne Segundo

    Certification Manager, INCC

    Adrienne is the Certification Manager for the Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation (INCC). She is responsible for CRNI® certification development, maintenance, and growth, as well as working with subject matter experts and INS membership volunteers toward the ongoing development of the CRNI® credential. She also ensures that certification-related activities are carried out according to accreditation standards set by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies. Adrienne has more than 19 years of association management experience, all which of which has been in certification program operations.

    Valerie Sanchez

    Certification Administrator, INCC

    Valerie is responsible for administering all tasks associated with the maintenance of the CRNI® certification program and the growth of Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation. With the rest of the team, she creates and implements innovative and engaging certification initiatives. With over a decade of experience in marketing, sales and advertising, Valerie brings a unique approach toward management and administration.  Valerie is happy to answer any questions regarding the CRNI® exam, CRNI® Academy, and the recertification process in general.

    Host: Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI® – INS Clinical Education & Publications Manager

    Guests:

    • Adrienne Segundo, INCC Certification Manager
    • Valerie Sanchez, INCC Certification Administrator

    Abstract: 
    Are you ready to be certified? Validating your experience by becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI®) is one of the most significant decisions you can make in your infusion nursing journey. The Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation, INCC, offers the only specialty certification for infusion nurses that is nationally recognized and accredited. Listen as Adrienne Segundo, INCC Certification Manager and Valerie Sanchez, INCC Certification Administrator describe the importance of certification and learn what INCC resources are available to help you attain your goal. INCC is ready to assist you in becoming a CRNI®!


    Resources:
    • Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation: https://www.ins1.org/crni-cert... 
    • CRNI Exam Study Handbook: https://www.ins1.org/wp-conten... 
    • CRNI Study Information: https://www.ins1.org/crni-cert... 
    • CRNI Exam Basics: https://www.ins1.org/crni-cert... 
    • Frequently Asked Questions: https://www.ins1.org/crni-cert... 

  • Episode 64: June 3, 2020 - Clinicians at Risk: The Psychological Crisis of COVID-19

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    INS and AVA come together to address an issue of profound importance to the infusion and vascular access communities. Join INS and AVA Directors of Clinical Education, Marlene Steinheiser and Judy Thompson as they discuss the psychological crisis of COVID-19, the impact on clinicians and their upcoming webinar on this topic. 

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    INS and AVA come together to address an issue of profound importance to the infusion and vascular access communities. Join INS and AVA Directors of Clinical Education, Marlene Steinheiser and Judy Thompson as they discuss the psychological crisis of COVID-19, the impact on clinicians and their upcoming webinar on this topic. 

    Judy Thompson, MSNED, RN, VA-BC

    Director of Clinical Education, AVA

    Judy Thompson, MSNED, RN, VA-BC, has been a vascular access vascular access specialist since 2004. She has experienced the joys and heartbreak of this craft, having advanced her practice to include insertion of all peripherally and centrally inserted catheters, as well as arterial devices. She is a founding member and president of her local Vascular Access Network and has served as president of AVA in 2017. She joined the AVA staff in 2018 as Director of Clinical Education.

    Marlene Steinheiser, PhD, RN, CRNI®

    Director of Clinical Education, INS

    Marlene Steinheiser, PhD, RN, CRNI®, is the Director of Clinical Education for INS. In her role, she directs the development of educational programs and resources for INS and develops strategic alliances with other organizations. She earned her PhD in nursing at the University of Arizona, conducting research focusing on compassion fatigue among healthcare professionals. A nurse for more than 32 years, Dr. Steinheiser has had experience in acute care, home infusion, long-term care, regulatory organizations, and academic nursing.

    Host: Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI® – INS Clinical Education & Publications Manager

    Guests: 
    • Judy Thompson, MSNED, RN, VA-BC – AVA Director of Clinical Education
    • Marlene Steinheiser, PhD, RN, CRNI® – INS Director of Clinical Education

    INS and AVA come together to address an issue of profound importance to the infusion and vascular access communities. Healthcare workers are facing significant challenges in their professional and personal lives, due to COVID-19. These challenges may result in ongoing stress and evoke feelings of anxiety, sadness, hopelessness, defeat, guilt and anger. Join INS and AVA Directors of Clinical Education, Marlene Steinheiser and Judy Thompson as they discuss the psychological crisis of COVID-19, the impact on clinicians and their upcoming webinar on this topic.

    Resources:

    · American Nurse Association (ANA) - https://www.nursingworld.org/practice-policy/work-environment/health-safety/disaster-preparedness/coronavirus/what-you-need-to-know/mental-health-and-well-being/

    Resource Categories:

           o   Mental Health and Stress

           o   Family Support

           o   Fatigue

           o   Financial Help

           o   Grief & Bereavement

           o   Support Groups

           o   Hotlines such as National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    · The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare - https://www.theschwartzcenter.org/covid-19?utm_source=website&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=covid19

    The Schwartz Center is dedicated to strengthening the human connection at the heart of health care.


  • Episode 63: May 27, 2020 - National Coalition for IV Push Safety: Every Patient. Every Dose. Always Safe.

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    National Coalition for IV Push Safety: Promoting safe practices for IV push medications by aligning practices, policies, procedures, and increasing practitioner awareness.

    National Coalition for IV Push Safety: Promoting safe practices for IV push medications by aligning practices, policies, procedures, and increasing practitioner awareness.

    ​Maureen Burger MSN, RN, CPHQ, FACHE

    Chief Nursing Officer, Visante Inc.

    Maureen Burger MSN, RN, CPHQ, FACHE, is the Chief Nursing Officer for Visante Inc., a medication management consulting firm. She has a long career in positions of progressive responsibility, both in nursing and hospital administration. Most recently, Maureen has served as Vice President of Quality, Safety, Risk, Accreditation, and Infection Control for Indiana University Health. As a consultant, she is thrilled to be able to focus her research, writing, and consulting on medication safety, especially when it involves IV push medications and drug diversion in healthcare. Ms. Burger obtained a master’s degree in Critical Care Nursing from Case Western Reserve University. She is certified in Healthcare Quality and is recognized as a Fellow by the American College of Healthcare Executives. When she is not advocating for patients and safety, Maureen, and her husband breed and race thoroughbred horses. Maureen lives in Indianapolis, IN. 

    Candy Cross, MSN-Ed, RN

    Adjunct instructor, Chandler-Gilbert Community College

    Candy Cross MSN-Ed, RN, has been practicing nursing for over 30 years and has maintained certification in critical care (CCRN) from the AACN for over 20 years. She graduated from Grand Canyon University with her Master’s in Nursing Education and has spent the last 12 years educating nurses. She has been an advocate for safe practice guidelines for intravenous push (IVP) medications for the past four years. In 2019, Candy and a small team of nurses from Arizona received a Cheers Award from the Institute of Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) for the work they did in Arizona to promote ISMP’s best practice Guidelines for IVP medication preparation and administration. Candy currently works as an Adjunct Clinical Educator. She also volunteers for Pawsitive Friendships, a non-profit organization that promotes pet therapy for special needs children. In addition, she volunteers for a local hospital’s Paws for Patients program, which promotes pet therapy for hospitalized patients. She is passionate about nursing education and promoting safe practice guidelines related to IVP medication administration. Candy is excited to see the work this National Coalition will do to promote patient safety. 

    Host: Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI® – INS Clinical Education & Publications Manager

    Guests: 

    • Maureen Burger MSN, RN, CPHQ, FACHE 
    • Candy Cross, MSN-Ed, RN

    The National Coalition for IV Push Safety is working to achieve adoption of best practice guidelines for IV push medications. Variation in practices, especially manipulation of sterile injectable products and dilution, carries a significant risk of patient harm and adverse drug events. In this podcast, Maureen Burger and Candy Cross describe the problems associated with syringe preparation and injection practices that threaten patient safety.    

    Resources:

    ·      National Coalition for IV Push Safety website: www.ncivps.org

    ·      Take Action: https://www.ncivps.org/partners

    ·      Hertig JB, Degnan DD, Scott CR, Lenz JR, Li X, Anderson CM. A Comparison of Error Rates Between Intravenous Push Methods: A Prospective, Multisite, Observational Study. J Patient Saf. 2018;14(1):60‐65. doi:10.1097/PTS.0000000000000419

    ·      Hanrahan K, Wagner M, Matthews G, et al. Sacred cow gone to pasture: a systematic evaluation and integration of evidence-based practice. Worldviews Evid Based Nurs. 2015;12(1):3‐11. doi:10.1111/wvn.12072


  • Episode 62: May 13, 2020 - Ownership of Nursing Practice and the Importance of Certification

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    Ownership of practice and the importance of Certification – a discussion with INS CRNI® Award Recipient, Elizabeth Dow and her nominator, Randall Barnes.

    Ownership of practice and the importance of Certification – a discussion with INS CRNI® Award Recipient, Elizabeth Dow and her nominator, Randall Barnes.

    Elizabeth Dow, MSN, CRNI®, IGCN, VA-BC

    Chief Nursing Officer, IV Solutions

    Elizabeth Dow, MSN, CRNI®, IGCN, VA-BC, is the Chief Nursing Officer for IV Solutions. She leads a multi-state team of mobile infusion nurses, servicing the vascular access and specialty infusion needs of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Michigan. Previously, Beth had served as nursing manager and specialty service coordinator for several large home care agencies. 

    Beth transitioned to infusion and vascular access after exhaustive service as a wound care nurse. She received her BSN from Emmanuel College in Boston and MSN from Southern New Hampshire University; she is currently in pursuit of a second master’s degree in health sciences. Beth carries national certifications in all the specialties she practices including CRNI®, IGCN and VA-BC. 

    Randall E. Barnes, RN, VA-BC, CRNI®

    President and CEO, IV Solutions

    Randall E. Barnes, RN, VA-BC, CRNI®, is the President and CEO of IV Solutions. Randall is a balanced, experienced and published Registered Nurse, with over 20 years of Clinical Experience including Prehospital, ER Trauma and ICU. Additionally, was a Clinical Educator for a worldwide Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter manufacturer. Randall is the President of the New England Chapter of Infusion Nurses Society and continues to lead the way in building a strong legacy for the future of infusion nurses. He is Board Certified in Vascular Access and has assisted in the development of the Association for Vascular Access certification exam. He is a decorated United States Air Force Veteran, father of three and a proven leader. 

    Host: Dawn Berndt, DNP, RN, CRNI® – INS Clinical Education & Publications Manager

    Guests: 

    • Elizabeth Dow, MSN, CRNI®, IGCN, VA-BC
    • Randall E. Barnes, RN, VA-BC, CRNI®, - President and CEO of IV Solutions

    Want to get excited about Infusion Nursing? Listen to this encouraging, dynamic conversation with Elizabeth (Beth) Dow and Randall Barnes, who encourage all nurses to “own their practice, have command of knowledge, pursue certification and advance the nursing profession.” Beth Dow is the award recipient of the INS Award for Excellence in Certification. This award is presented to a CRNI® whose certification through INCC has advanced the welfare of their patients, organization or the infusion specialty.

    Resources:

    ·      CRNI Certification: https://www.ins1.org/crni-certification/

    ·      Certification Frequently Asked Questions: https://www.ins1.org/crni-certification/information/frequently-asked-questions/

    ·      CRNI Certification: https://www.ins1.org/crni-certification/information/study-information/ CRNI Resource Information: https://www.ins1.org/crni-resources/