INS Virtual Infusion Education is a platform designed to deliver evidence-based infusion programming virtually to attendees around the world. Programming is presented to a live audience and streamed simultaneously to a virtual audience. The program is recorded and available on-demand. CRNI® units earned from this category can be used to fulfill the requirement of attending an INS national meeting.
Virtual Infusion Education
INS 2020 Virtual Conference Recordings Package
INS 2020 Virtual will come directly to you, in the comfort of your own home or office! Here you have the ability to view all 30 sessions at your convenience. The entire program has been approved for 30 Contact Hours and 60 CRNI® RUs and meetings the INS meetings criteria.
Virtual Conference: Advancing Oncology Practice
The One-Day Program provides educational offerings with a concentrated focus on current oncology-related topics. These sessions are applicable to clinicians who care for patients in a variety of care settings including, acute care, outpatient and long-term care facilities, physicians’ offices, and patients’ homes. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from clinical experts who specialize in oncology practice. This entire program has been approved for 5 contact hours and 10 CRNI® RUs and meets the INS Meeting criteria.
Virtual Conference: Strong Nurses, Strong Practice
Caring for the caregiver is often a discounted aspect of health care. Nurses pour out their compassion, strength, abilities, and expertise on behalf of their patients, yet often, their own personal health and well-being is neglected. This focus track is dedicated to building strong nurses and strong practice. This entire program has been approved for 5 contact hours and 10 CRNI® RUs and meets the INS Meeting criteria.
Virtual Conference: Culture of Collaboration in Infusion Therapy
Nurses are in the “bull’s eye” of the health care paradigm that is the “triple aim” of transformative changes in health care: improved patient satisfaction, improved outcomes, and reduction of health care costs. The transition of infusion therapy between care units and departments in the acute care setting may also need to continue to settings outside of hospital walls including home care, ambulatory care, and long-term care. The unique skill set of the infusion nurse ensures that patients and families requiring continued infusion therapy, are connected to resources that enable successful navigation through a complex system. This entire program has been approved for 5 contact hours and 10 CRNI® RUs and meets the INS Meeting criteria.
Virtual Conference: Infusion Nursing: Why We Do What We Do
More than 90% of all hospitalized patients require some form of infusion therapy, and a growing number of patients are receiving infusion therapy outside an acute care setting. Today’s track will feature expert infusion nurses who will answer common practice questions, as well as provide foundational information about fluids and electrolytes and pain management strategies. This entire program has been approved for 5 contact hours and 10 CRNI® RUs and meets the INS Meeting criteria.
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