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  • Course Code
    WEB01242018
    Available Until
    1/19/2020
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    MR Safety for Nurses and Technologists
    This is a course a cooperative project between SMRT and ARIN
    Presented on January 24, 2018
    Presented by Vera L. Kimbrell, BSRT (R)(MR) 

  • Course Code
    WEB02212018
    Available Until
    1/19/2020
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    MR Safety for Nurses and Technologists - Part 2
    This is a course a cooperative project between SMRT and ARIN
    Presented on February 21, 2018
    Presented by Claire Mulcahy, M.MRT., B.Appl.SC

  • Course Code
    WEB04112018
    Available Until
    1/19/2020
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.3

    MR Safety Training for Nursing Monitoring, Device and Implants

    This is a course a cooperative project between SMRT and ARIN
    Presented on April 11, 2018
    Presented by Jeff Jahn, R.T. (R) (MR) (ARRT) B.A.S.

  • Course Code
    WEB071519
    Available Until
    6/28/2021
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on July 15, 2019 -  by:
    Andrew Somers, MSN, RN, CRN
    Amy Kramer, RN
    Arron Harvey, BSN, RN, RPSGT

    This webinar seeks to provide nurses and other radiology team members an overview of spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH). This is a rare and underdiagnosed condition characterized by various neurological findings that are attributed to cerebral spinal fluid leaks. A growing body of literature is helping to better explain symptoms, imaging techniques, and treatment options for SIH. As this condition is better understood, radiology nurses will play an increasingly important role for these patients in the radiologic and imaging environments.

  • Course Code
    WEB09242019
    Available Until
    9/18/2021
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on Sept 24, 2019

    Presenter: James Silberzweig, MD
    Dr. James Silberzweig is a radiologist in New York, New York and is affiliated with  Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke's Hospitals. He received his medical degree  from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    DJR03012018.A
    Available Until
    1/30/2020
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.5

    Patients with asbestos related diseases frequently require procedures done in the Radiology and Imaging setting. Expert knowledge is needed by radiology and imaging nurses to assist in treating these patients. This educational article provides information regarding the origin and progression of these diseases. Many radiology and imaging nurses lack this in depth information regarding asbestos related diseases.

    The desired outcome is to improve the quality of care to radiology and imaging patients who have or may have asbestos related diseases.

  • Course Code
    DJR03012019
    Available Until
    2/20/2021
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

     The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to discuss elements related to caring for patients receiving Lutathera®.

  • Course Code
    DJR032018.A
    Available Until
    1/30/2020
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.3

    Cancer is the leading cause of death, claiming 8 million lives in 2012 worldwide; with 14 million new cases diagnosed annually. Research supports the cancer pain can be prevented and successfully alleviated in 90% of cases. However, studies show a third of survivors, half of patient’s actively being treated, and 80% at the end of life endure cancer pain. Evidence based approaches to cancer pain management are underutilized. Radiology nurses are involved in the care of these patients along their continuum of cancer management. Many radiology nurses would benefit from increased knowledge in this area.

  • Course Code
    DJR06012019
    Available Until
    5/30/2021
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Authors: Donald E. Stout, BSN, RN, RT(R), DaiWai M. Olson, PhD, RN, CCRN, FNCS, Michaela Cortes, BS, RN and Venkatesh Aiyagari, MD

    Patients with extraventricular drain catheters (EVD) frequently require procedures done in the Radiology and Imaging setting.  Expert knowledge is needed by radiology and imaging nurses to assist in the transport and treatment of these patients. This educational article provides information regarding the EVDs and specific patient care required. Many radiology and imaging nurses lack this in depth information regarding EVDs.

  • Course Code
    DJR062018
    Available Until
    6/30/2020
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Steven Yevich, MD, MPH'Correspondence information about the author MD, MPH Steven Yevich

    Rahul Sheth, MD

    Olalekan Ojeshina, RN

    Alda Tam, MD, MBA

    Division of Diagnostic Imaging, Department of Interventional Radiology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

  • Course Code
    DJR09012018
    Available Until
    8/15/2020
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    The central role of radiology in the decision-making process for managing blast injury victims ensures a large percent of mass casualty patients will require radiology services during their initial assessment. The potential for movement of significant number of seriously injured patients through radiology requires familiarity with the mechanisms of blast injury, potential red flags for patients who should proceed to definitive care rather than additional studies, and early signs of deterioration to watch for while in the radiology department.

    By:  Raymond P. Ten Eyck, MD, MPH, FACEP, CHSE, AND Sharon Farra, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE, NHDP-BC

  • Course Code
    DJR12012017
    Available Until
    12/1/2019
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Trauma patients frequently require procedures done in the Radiology and Imaging setting. Expert knowledge is needed by radiology and imaging nurses to assist in treatment their patients. This educational article provides information regarding current practice and future developments. Many radiology and imaging nurses lack this in depth information regarding nursing care of the trauma patient while in interventional radiology.

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    CEM20190715.1
    Available Until
    7/2/2020
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    The Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nursing (ARIN) partnered to develop a series of highly effective and informative courses on “Radiology Nursing for Non-Radiology Nurses”. This new series provides nurses with a fundamental overview of imaging and radiology modalities and procedures via 16 modules.

    Verbalize a basic understanding of various imaging modalities
    Discuss the possible reasons for each modality to be used.
    Identify contraindications for each modality
    State what is necessary for proper patient readiness for an imaging exam.
    Explain MRI patient preparation.
    Describe which modalities use radiation.
    Explain why contrast agents are used in imaging.
    Define a contrast allergy and discuss equipment and supplies needed to manage a contrast allergy
    Explain the purpose of oral vs IV contrast.
    Differentiate and discuss the continuum of sedation and the effects of the patient.
    Discuss indications and precautions for administration of sedation.
    Identify commonly used drugs during sedation
    Discuss the role of the floor nurse whose patient is receiving procedural sedation.
     

  • Course Code
    CEM20190715.2
    Available Until
    7/2/2021
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    The Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nursing (ARIN) partnered to develop a series of highly effective and informative courses on “Radiology Nursing for Non-Radiology Nurses”. This new series provides nurses with a fundamental overview of imaging and radiology modalities and procedures via 16 modules.

    Define biopsy in the imaging department.
    Discuss types of biopsies preformed in the imaging department.
    Indicate patient considerations for biopsies.
    State nurse responsibilities for patient care post biopsy.
    Describe indications and contraindications for drain placements.
    Identify normal vs abnormal drainage
    Describe tube care and maintenance
    Differentiate the purposes of different types of drainage tubes.
     

  • Course Code
    CEM20190715.3
    Available Until
    7/2/2021
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.1

    The Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nursing (ARIN) partnered to develop a series of highly effective and informative courses on “Radiology Nursing for Non-Radiology Nurses”. This new series provides nurses with a fundamental overview of imaging and radiology modalities and procedures via 16 modules.

    Discuss how the use of radioactive isotopes allowed for imaging of the body at a functional level.
    Describe safety requirements for floor staff as they relate to the patient having a diagnostic nuclear medicine study
    State patient preparation requirements for at least 3 nuclear medicine studies.
    Describe how PET uses radioactive sugar to create images.
    Describe safety requirements for floor staff as they relate to the patient having a PET study.
    State patient preparation requirements for all PET scans.
    Describe 3 types of exams that are performed using lumbar access.
    State usual laboratory exams to be performed pre-lumbar procedures.
    Define and describe several signs of meningeal irritation.
    Describe types of scans and tests used to diagnose neurological problems.
    Discuss patient prep and education for neuro exams
    Discuss how imaging is part of a stroke alert.

  • Course Code
    CEM20190715.4
    Available Until
    7/2/2021
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.7

    The Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nursing (ARIN) partnered to develop a series of highly effective and informative courses on “Radiology Nursing for Non-Radiology Nurses”. This new series provides nurses with a fundamental overview of imaging and radiology modalities and procedures via 16 modules.

    Define thermal therapy
    List 2 advantages of thermal therapy
    Describe 2 post-ablation effects that may occur.
    Define a TIPS procedure including the indications.
    Describe pre and post procedure considerations.
    Discuss patient education for the procedure.
    Differentiate types of central lines
    State indications for each line
    Identify typical access sites
    Be able to state nursing responsibilities for lines

     

  • Course Code
    CEM20190715.5
    Available Until
    7/2/2021
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.9

    The Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nursing (ARIN) partnered to develop a series of highly effective and informative courses on “Radiology Nursing for Non-Radiology Nurses”. This new series provides nurses with a fundamental overview of imaging and radiology modalities and procedures via 16 modules.

    Define venous and arterial angiography.
    Discuss patient preparation for angiography.
    Demonstrate how to perform an Allen’s test.
    Identify the steps in stenting a vessel.
    State the indications and contraindications for thrombolysis.
    Identify cardiac anatomy
    Discuss indications and contraindications for cardiac catheterization.
    Differentiate between left and right cardiac catheterization.
    List three major complications of a cardiac catheterization.
    Describe 3 different types of stress testing and their preparation.
    Discuss two cardiac CT exams and the reason for each.
    Indicate the rationale for a pericardiocentesis

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC1
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC2
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC3
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC4
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC5
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC6
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC7
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC8
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC9
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonG10
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.5
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonG12
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonG9
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Orientation checklists are traditionally lengthy and often do not contain measurable statements or sufficient verification methods to validate an employee’s competence. Additionally, checklists focus on technical skills while neglecting other areas of competency, such as critical thinking and interpersonal interactions. A large academic medical facility wanted documentation of orientation competencies to be meaningful not just “check the box.” The past three years, master’s prepared nurses specializing in education, led a community of learning (COL) with staff nurses from multiple practice settings to develop a process to validate orientation competencies. Following a literature review, the COL identified a list of core competency categories and statements which captured the essence of the role of the frontline nurse, and would be measurable. The COL identified multiple verification methods appropriate to measure various domains of competency. The core competency categories and statements, along with verification methods were sent out via the central nursing staff development committee for implementation. Radiology nursing further developed this framework into competencies that address needs specific to nurses in the imaging environment. This new process provides structure and consistency for introductory competencies, recognizes core knowledge common to all radiology nurses, and meaningfully validates competence in a document that is significantly more concise.

  • Course Code
    2018AMMonW2
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG1
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG2
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG3
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG4
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG5
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG7
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG8
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC11
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC13
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC14
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC15
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC16
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC17
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC18
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC19
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC20
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC21
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC22
    Available Until
    3/19/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC24
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEG13
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEW5
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2018AMWEDG14
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    2.0

    Objectives:

    1.  Compare and contrast clinical practice guidelines for ARIN and ASA use of capnography for procedural sedation
    2.  Discuss clinical / pain management of opioid dependent patients
    3.  Discuss the sedation practice implications for the neuro-vasculaar compromised patient
    4.  Gain perspective on the evolution of sedation practices for selected routine procedures
    5.  Discuss future on minimal sedation
    6.  Clarification and expansion of concepts discussed during session presentations

     

     

  • Course Code
    2018AMWEDG15
    Available Until
    3/16/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    2.0
  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-CS01
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 25, 2019 at 10:30 am
    Karen L. Green, MHA, BSN, RN, CRN

    As a registered nurse with over 30 years of experience in several arenas, I have witnessed the introduction of many infectious processes.  Currently, I am the Infection Prevention Nurse for my facility, a role which has increased my awareness of infections both potential and active. Working in an outpatient facility brings more challenges due to the limited resources at hand, so it is imperative that I educate myself so I am better able to assist my co-workers while keeping our patients safe and free from infections.  I hope to share this knowledge with my colleagues during the ARIN Convention. 

    I have been a registered nurses for over 30 years working in a variety of settings, such as emergency, consulting, educating, and interventional radiology. My roles include staff nurse, nurse manager, educator, consultant and teacher. My post high school education includes attending a hospital-based nursing program where I earned the honor of sitting for the examination leading to my Registered Nurse License in Pennsylvania.
    A few years later I began my college education to attain my BSN. A Master's Degree in Health Administration (MHA) followed 2 years later. Shortly thereafter, I was honored to be chosen to attend Villanova University to complete a Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Administration. I have also held certifications in emergency nursing and currently hold the credential of Certified Radiology Nurse.
     

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-CS02
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 25, 2019 by Jean Marie Bolger, MSN, RN

    Jean M. Bolger, is the nurse manager for the Interventional Radiology Department at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and the section supervisor for Ultrasound and Mammography. Jeannie obtained her Associates degree in Nursing at New Hampshire Technical College and her Masters degree in Nursing Leadership at Franklin Pierce University. Jeannie also holds a BS degree in Nutrition from Fordham University (formerly, Marymount College). Jeannie is starting her 4th year as the nurse manager in Radiology. She also manages and reviews all the quality and safety incident reporting for the entire Radiology Department and is a certified Yellow Belt in the Lean Six Sigma process improvement certification program.

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-CS03
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 25 by Lorie Reilly, MSN, CRNP, CPNP-AC

    Lorie Reilly is an experienced Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Educator. Her 38 years of experience span the areas of clinical practice and the classroom. She is an Advanced Senior Lecturer in the Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She is a know expert in Pediatric Sedation and has represented nursing on a national level in her roles on the Executive Board, Chairperson of the Nursing and Allied Health Committee, and presenter for the Society for Pediatric Sedation. She is on the Editorial Board of Journal of Radiology Nursing and authors the Just Pediatrics Column. She co-presented a didactic program and Pediatric Sedation/Airway Workshop at the 2018 ARIN conference

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-CS04
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 25th by Millie Sattler, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN

    Millie Sattler is the Unit Director of Interventional Radiology at Emory St. Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. Millie has been a nurse for over 35 years I have been a nurse for over 33 years with clinical specialties ranging from Emergency and Critical Care, Critical Care Transport Team, Interventional Radiology, Bed Management and Throughput, Nursing Leadership, and had an amazing opportunity to serve as a Magnet Program Director.
    She received a Diploma in Nursing from St. Elizabeth’s School of Nursing in Youngstown, Ohio, furthered her education with the completion of a BSN, MSN, and DNP all from Chamberlain College of Nursing. 

    She a life long learner committed to patient care, patient safety, nurse engagement and nurse advocacy. She is currently a member Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, the American Nurses Association, the Association of Radiology Imaging Nursing and has served on the New Hampshire Nurse’s Association on the Nurses Practice Commission Board. She is currently in the developmental stages of creating a Georgia State ARIN chapter and is serving as the President in the Atlanta area.

     

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-CS05
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 25 by Nicole Jensen, BSN, RN

    I am the Clinical Resource Nurse, considered Radiology nursing practice expert, in a busy Radiology practice. I have 5 years radiology staff nurse experience and 3 years as the Radiology Clinical Resource Nurse, totaling 8 years of Radiology experience. I sit on many departmental committees, including, Contrast and Medication Committee, CT and Ultrasound Operations, and our Radiology Safety Committee to bring current evidence based research into our practice. I advise the Nursing Clinical Practice Committee and have been a part of that committee for 5 years. In these committees, we work closely with Radiologists/proceduralists, Nursing staff, and Technologists to ensure patient safety and that evidence based practice initiatives are implemented. I have worked through multiple quality and safety improvement projects that involved a variety of disciplines, modalities, and scope of practice issues. This Risk Mitigation project was facilitated by working collaboratively with Radiologists/Proceduralists, Radiology Registered Nurses, and Technologists/Sonographers within the CT and US practices.

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-CS07
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 25 by Rose Gazelle Lozada, BSN, RN, OCN

    I graduated from Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing on 2012. I am presently taking her Master's of Nursing in Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist. I started my nursing career at Salcare Home Health Services as a home care nurse, visiting patients at their homes, located in all five boroughs of New York City. I eventually moved to Queens Hospital Center, in 2013 at a medical-surgical unit. After three years, I transitioned to an intensive care unit in the same facility. The 16-bedded unit houses medical, surgical and cardiac ICU patients. In 2017, I transferred to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, in Radiology and Imaging department, and currently holding a Clinical Nurse III position.

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-CS08
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented March 25 2019 by Connie Kader, RN

    Connie Kader, RN, CRN, clinical Nurse III, 20 years a nurse with 10 years experience taking time off to raise my 2 children.
    Works and lives in Orange, Southern Ca @ UC Irvine Medical Center for 10 years
    Past presenter in Chicago SIR 2011, SIR attendee 4 years
    Currently working as clinical nurse in IR, as PCC, with past experience in Case Manager IR & filling in occasionally for Nurse practitioners with physicians in clinic in the past prior to hiring multiple NPs.

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-GS06
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 25, 2019

    Panel Members - Pauline Lentowski, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CRN; Sylvia Miller, MSN, RN and Lora Cheek, RN, SCRN

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-GS08
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.5

    Presented on March 25 at 8:30

    By Dr. Davidson is an Interventional Radiology Specialist in Cleveland, Ohio. He graduated with honors from Jefferson Medical College Of Thomas Jefferson University in 1995.Having more than 21 years of diverse experiences, especially in Interventional Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology, Dr. Jon C Davidson affiliates with many hospitals including University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, St John Medical Center, University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center, Inc, Parma Community General Hospital Association, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists in medical group University Hospitals Medical Group Inc.Dr. Davidson is commonly asked to serve as an expert witness, complete independent medical examinations (IMEs), provide second opinions, complete medical file reviews, and to provide service as a medical expert witness.He was named to the 2015 and 2016 Best Doctors in America list in Vascular Interventional Radiology and one of Cleveland’s Top Doctors by Cleveland.

    Piera Cote-Robson - I am the co-chair of the subcommittee on contrast reactions  to our radiology QA committee.  I have reviewed every contrast reaction for the past 10 months and have worked to update and revise our policy to optimize practice within our department.  I maintain metrics on contrast reactions to evaluate practice effectively.  I provide continuing education classes to new staff member. Former Director of Leadership Development for ARIN.  Certified Radiology Nurse. My degrees are from Lafayette College (BA-Biology), Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (BSN), and City University of NY, and Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing (MSN- Adult Nurse Practitioner). I became a nurse at Memorial Sloan-Kettering in 1996 starting on the thoracic oncology floor and then moving to Interventional Radiology (IR).  From 2011-2012, I worked as Patient Safety Program Manager.  I returned to radiology to become Clinical Nurse Specialist for Radiology in 2012.  I am also a practicing student health nurse practitioner.  I have completed the Institute for Health Care improvement Patient Safety Executive training.  My research interests include quality of life after interventional radiology procedures. 

    Ryan M. Hickey, MD, - Dr. Hickey completed his residency at Northwestern University, McGaw Medical Center in Interventional Radiology in 2012. He is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology, and Vascular & Interventional Radiology.  He is an Associate Professor of Radiology.  He is widely published and frequent researcher on hepatocellular carcinoma.

     

  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-GS10
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0
  • Course Code
    2019AMMon-LNL
    Available Until
    4/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented by: Susan Thibeault, MS, MBA, CRNA, CLNC, CCRN, CFRN, EMT-P
    Presented on: Monday, March 26th, 2019
    Lunch and Learn

    -Nuances of monitoring ventilation with capnography during procedural sedation cases
    -Considerations for etCO2 monitoring with supplemental O2 delivery
    -Literature and evidence supporting capnography monitoring along with some case studies 

  • Course Code
    2019AMSun-GS01
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented by: Dr. Kieran Murphy
    Sunday 8:00 AM

  • Course Code
    2019AMSun-GS02
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented oh Sunday, March 24 at 9:00am

    Presented by:
    Alison Owens, MSN, RN;
    Carrie Prigel, BSN, RN;
    Monique Dawson, BSN, RN;
    Andrew Demmert, MD;
    Harjit Singh, MD;
    Evan Parduba, BSN, RN, CRN;
    Jeff Enders, BS, RT (R)(CT)(VI);
    Kelvin Hong, MD

  • Course Code
    2019AMSun-GS03
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on Sunday, March 24
    Presented by: Dr. Minhajuddin Khaja

  • Course Code
    2019AMSun-GS04
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on Sunday, March 24, 2019

    Presented by: 
    Dr. Mchael LeGal
    Alice Silva BS, RT (R)

  • Course Code
    2019AMSun-GS05
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 1:45 pm
    Present by:Cedric B. Wilson, MBA, RT(R)(MR)

  • Course Code
    2019AMSun-GS06
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 2:45 pm
    Presented by: Dr. Gary Siskin

  • Course Code
    2019AMSun-GS07
    Available Until
    3/23/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 4:05 pm
    Presented by: Dr. Janice Newsome

    Dr. Janice Newsome completed her Radiology residency at the Medical College of Virginia and obtained her fellowship from Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute.  She has served as the director of IR and associate professor of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Emory in Atlanta Georgia since 2015.  She has been involved in numerous community outreach projects, formal and supervisory teaching positions, as well as a highly sought after invited lecturer.

    She is an interventional radiologist with interests in uterine fibroid embolization, ablative and catheter-directed treatments for cancer, vertebral augmentation, treatment of deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary emboli, and complex peripheral arterial disease. She is an active member of the Society of Interventional Radiology, the Southeastern Angiographic Society, and the American College of Radiology.

     

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS06
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on Tuesday, March 26th by Cathy Brown, BScN, RN, CRN

    Cathy Brown earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree with distinction from the University of Alberta in 1991. After ten years in labor and delivery Cathy moved to diagnostic imaging. Since 2010 Cathy has been the Diagnostic Imaging Nurse Navigator, responsible for a caseload including patients with hepatocellular carcinoma, radiologically placed tubes, and those from distant locales. She is responsible for clinic consultations, patient education, and follow-up as well as organizing multidisciplinary rounds with gastroenterologists, urologists and thoracic surgeons. Cathy is the only Certified Radiology Nurse in Alberta and one of three in Canada.

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS09
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26 by: Colleen A. Wise, MA, BSN, RN
    56 year old nurse leader
    MA Teachers College, Columbia University University NY, NY
    BSN Hunter College, NY, NY
    Diploma St Josephs School of Nursing Syracuse, NY

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS10
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26th by:

    Danielle Chevalier, BSN, RN, CRN

    Danielle Chevalier has over 18 years of clinical nursing experience. Danielle earned her BSN in Nursing from Syracuse University in 1999. She began working in the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit at NYU Langone Health after graduation. <br>In 2006, Danielle took a position in the Vascular/Neuro Interventional Radiology Unit at NYU. In her years in IR, Mrs. Chevalier worked as charge nurse, a preceptor to new nurses, and served on the department’s nursing practice council dedicated to creating and implementing new hospital policies to improve patient care. She was the unit’s first nurse to earn her certification in Radiology and Imaging Nursing. Mrs. Chevalier took on a leadership position in the new Interventional Radiology Center NYU opened in 2017, one of the first of its kind in the greater New York City Metropolitan area.

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS11
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26th by:
    Muriel Moyo, MS, BSN, RN, CCRN-K, NE-BC

    Nurse manager for the radiology department at Keck Medical Center of USC, oversees nursing in all radiology modalities inpatient and outpatient and the gamma unit. Emerging nurse leader with a passion for process improvement and knowledge sharing.

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS12
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26th by: Karen L. Magri, RN, CRN

    Karen Magri has extensive cardiac experience in a variety of clinical settings including ICU, Emergency Department, Chest Pain Center, Electrophysiology Lab (where pacemakers and ICD's are implanted), and most recently Radiology Nursing where she facilitated training of Radiology Nurses for device monitoring.

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS15
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26th by Arvilla Johnson, DM, MA, RN, NEA-BC
    Steven D. Jones Jr, BSN, RN

    Dr. Johnson is the Director of Vascular and Interventional Services, Imaging Nursing, and Vascular Surgery Services at UNC Healthcare. She has been in healthcare for over 30 years. Dr. Johnson’s background includes, Cardiac and Intensive Care, ED and Trauma Surgery Service, and served 10 years in the Army Reserves as a Nurse. She has her Doctorate in Management with a sub specialty in Information Technology, a Masters in Administration, and a Bachelors in Nursing. Her experience in healthcare extends from rural and academic medical center nursing and leadership to clinical research operations, and serves as a healthcare consultant.

    Steven Jones was born and raised in the Southeastern U.S., I attended the University of North Carolina – Wilmington completing my BSN. Encompassed in my 18-year career is a broad clinical background including experiences in departments such as the ED, critical care, interventional/procedural, management, and nursing education. While serving for two terms on the UNC Nursing Research Council I developed a love, and finally, a true understanding of how the clinical research process works. This passion has translated into original, research projects that are championed by nursing and address issues regarding standards of practice and quality improvement.

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS16
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26th by Heather Abbott, BSN, RN, CCRN

    Heather graduated from Ramapo College with a BSN. in 2010. She worked as a critical care nurse for four years in New Jersey before moving to Interventional Radiology at NYU Langone Health. She is the radiology clinical resource nurse, responsible for developing education and quality improvement projects within the department. She gives monthly lectures on procedural sedation practices to newly hired medical center staff and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree in Acute Care at New York University. Heather is passionate about continuing education and the implementation of evidence based practices to improve nursing care.

     

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS17
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26th by: Beth Hackett, MSN, APRN-BC, DNP

    I began my nursing career in 1979. I worked in various nursing roles until 1993. In 1993 I began work as a Radiology Nurse in a community hospital. Being the first nurse in the department I developed the role with the assistance from many levels of hospital leadership using the Association of Radiologic and Imaging Nursing (ARIN) standards. In 2003 I graduated with an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner degree and proceeded to develop that role in the same setting. As our organization has now acquired additional radiology practices located in multiple hospitals, I am in the process of developing the Nurse Practitioner role across the system to enhance the quality of patient care.
     

     

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-CS18
    Available Until
    3/20/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented By:
    Paul Jusay, DNP, ACNP-BC, AOCNP

    I have been in nursing for 15 years with the last 11 years as a Nurse Practitioner. (NP). Background as an NP in the field of neurosurgery, general surgery and the last 6 years in interventional radiology(IR). My passion has been working in IR. In 2017, I completed my Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) with a project titled "Improving First Case Starts in IR" which was also presented in ARIN 2018 convention in Los Angeles.

     

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-GS11
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26th by:
    Patricia A. DuCharme, MSN, RN, ANP-BC
    Sarah Wilson, BSN, RN, CRN
    Carrie Furberg, BSN, BA, RN, CRN

    Patricia A. DuCharme, is a Registered Nurse, Board Certified Advanced Practice Nurse with extensive clinical, and management experience in primary care and international health. She earned a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Georgetown University and her Masters of Science in Nursing from Boston College and is an active member of Sigma Theta Tau. Prior to joining RAD-AID International she managed corporate health departments for both Citibank and Revlon Corporations in New York City and worked in the Regional Medical Office of the U.S. Department of State in Hong Kong and the Regional Medical Office and Medevac Centre at the U.S. Embassy in Singapore. In her role as RAD-AID’s Director for Nursing, Patricia is developing international nursing programs to advance nursing practice globally with a focus on nursing education, clinical skills training, policy development and public health education within RAD-AID’s global programs. To learn more about RAD-AID Nursing, please email info@rad-aid.org.

    Sarah Wilson has been an RN for 14 years, the last 9 in Imaging. She obtained national certification in 2012. She has served as the Nurse Manager for Imaging at Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System since 2014, and has had the pleasure of serving on the ARIN BOD as Director of Leadership since 2017. She has enjoyed being an integral part of fostering the growth of Imaging Nursing not only as a profession, but promoting and advocating othe ARIN position as leaders in Imaging as a whole. Her contributions to Imaging Nursing have been recognized internationally.

    Carrie Furberg is a Certified Radiology Nurse at UNC Medical Center, an 803-bed teaching hospital located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
    She has over ten years’ experience in radiology nursing at UNC across all areas of imaging, including X-Ray, CT, MRI, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, PET, Mammography, and Vascular/Interventional Radiology. She also has experience in critical care and emergency care.
    Carrie holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from UNC Chapel Hill (1998) and is a proud diploma graduate from one of the oldest nursing schools in North Carolina, Watts School of Nursing (2006). She is currently working on her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at UNC Wilmington.
    Carrie lives in Carrboro, NC with her husband of 14 years, 2 children, 2 cats, and 2 guinea pigs. When not working and parenting, she enjoys reading, traveling, and drumming.

  • Course Code
    2019AMTues-LNL2
    Available Until
    3/21/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 26, 2019 and as a webinar May 2019

    By Marie Roman, RN,CRNP

    Understand the indications and use of Lipiodol in radiologic imaging. 2. Understand potential adverse reactions associated with Lipiodol usage

  • Course Code
    2019AMWed-GS12
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented March 27th by Katherine Yedinak, MSN, BSN, BS, RN, CRN, LNCC

    I have been a Registered Nurse for 32 years, with 11 years in the ICU and 21 years of radiology nursing experience. I have a Bachelor’s of Science in Health Care Administration and hold a BSN and Master’s in Nursing. I obtained my CRN certification in 2011 and I am a CCRN alumni. I also obtained certification as a Legal Nurse Consultant in 2014 and have worked for a law firm out of Elgin, Illinois performing case review and summations for attorneys.

    For the last nine years, I have practiced in the academic setting as an Assistant Director of Radiology over Interventional Radiology. My interests include process and quality improvement activities to make patient and staff experience streamline and exceptional. My hobby is fresh and salt water aquariums. Currently, I practice as a Senior Risk Management Specialist in the Patient Safety and Risk Management department at the University of Illinois Hospital.

    I have been published in Biltmore’s Who’s Who, Manchester’s Who’s Who Among professional Business women, served on the United Way Women’s Leadership council, published an article on Interventional Radiology for the Nursing Spectrum, and was published as a feature article on The Role of the Radiology Nurse Liaison in the fall 2017 edition of IR Quarterly.

  • Course Code
    2019AMWed-GS13
    Available Until
    3/20/2021
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on March 27th by Lauren C Miller, MSN-L, RN, CRN

    I am a nurse for over 20 years with the last 18 years in Radiology. I have presented on this topic at the facility and state level for ARIN.
    I was born and raised on Long Island, New York and moved to Phoenix in 1994. I has been a nurse for over 20 years with the specialty of Imaging Nursing since 2000. I obtained my CRN and a MSN from Grand Canyon University in 2011.
    Lauren  has worked in or been the manager of all of the multiple modalities of Imaging in her career and is passionate about the specialty of Imaging Nursing!

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    IRC03092019
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.0

    Price for ARIN members is $275 - Price for ARIN Non-members is $325
    After 1/15/2019 the price is increased to $325 - and $375 for ARIN non-member
    If you are NOT an ARIN member please setup a Non-Member ARIN Account before adding this course to your Library
    Click here to create a New Profile


    NO REFUNDS AFTER 2/22/2019

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is a 2 day course designed to provide an overview of the skills required for the nurse working in the imaging, interventional, and therapeutic environment. This course can also be used to prepare for the radiologic nursing certification exam. It is not designed as a single study tool to prepare for this exam.

    Any questions please contact -
    Contact ARIN – Bruce Boulter
    Course & Registration (866) 486-2762
    info@arinursing.org

    UCLA Medical Center:
    Kathleen Feldman - KFeldman@mednet.ucla.edu

  • Course Code
    IRC03222019
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.0

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is a 2 day course designed to provide an overview of the skills required for the nurse working in the imaging, interventional, and therapeutic environment. This course can also be used to prepare for the radiologic nursing certification exam. It is not designed as a single study tool to prepare for this exam.

  • Course Code
    IRC04062019-M
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.0

    ARIN Non-members is $325
    After6/09/2019 the price is increased to $375
    If you are NOT an ARIN member please setup a Non-Member ARIN Account before adding this course to your Library
    Click here to create a New Profile


    NO REFUNDS AFTER 6/09/2019

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is a 2 day course designed to provide an overview of the skills required for the nurse working in the imaging, interventional, and therapeutic environment. This course can also be used to prepare for the radiologic nursing certification exam. It is not designed as a single study tool to prepare for this exam.

    Any questions please contact -
    Contact ARIN – Bruce Boulter
    Course & Registration (866) 486-2762
    info@arinursing.org

    Lucus Copperman
    LCooperman@stanfordchildrens.org

  • Course Code
    IRC04062019-N
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.0

    ARIN Non-members is $325
    After6/09/2019 the price is increased to $375
    If you are NOT an ARIN member please setup a Non-Member ARIN Account before adding this course to your Library
    Click here to create a New Profile


    NO REFUNDS AFTER 6/09/2019

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is a 2 day course designed to provide an overview of the skills required for the nurse working in the imaging, interventional, and therapeutic environment. This course can also be used to prepare for the radiologic nursing certification exam. It is not designed as a single study tool to prepare for this exam.

    Any questions please contact -
    Contact ARIN – Bruce Boulter
    Course & Registration (866) 486-2762
    info@arinursing.org

    Lucus Copperman
    LCooperman@stanfordchildrens.org

  • Course Code
    IRC05182019
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.0

    This course is provided for just the employees of Clovis Community Medical Center 

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is a 2 day course designed to provide an overview of the skills required for the nurse working in the imaging, interventional, and therapeutic environment. This course can also be used to prepare for the radiologic nursing certification exam. It is not designed as a single study tool to prepare for this exam.

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is a 2 day course designed to provide an overview of the skills required for the nurse working in the imaging, interventional, and therapeutic environment. This course can also be used to prepare for the radiologic nursing certification exam. It is not designed as a single study tool to prepare for this exam.

  • Course Code
    IRC09272019
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.0

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is a 2 day course designed to provide an overview of the skills required for the nurse working in the imaging, interventional, and therapeutic environment. This course can also be used to prepare for the radiologic nursing certification exam. It is not designed as a single study tool to prepare for this exam.

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    DJR-001-2015a-A
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This CE have been archived and is no longer available for Contact Hour Credits

  • Course Code
    DJR-001-2015b-A
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This article is no long available for Contact Credit hours, but it is still available for reading

  • Course Code
    DJR-005-2015-A
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This CE have been archived and is no longer available for Contact Hour Credits

  • Course Code
    DJR-006-2016 - ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    There are no CE Credtis for the Directed Reading.

  • Course Code
    DJR-009-2015-A
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This article is no longer available for Contact Hour credits

  • Course Code
    DJR-009-2016-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    N/A

    By:  Shawn Brast, MSN, RN, NRP, 
    Erica Bland, BSN, RN, ONC
    Christa Jones-Hooker, MSN, RN, CRN
    Michael Long, DNP, CRNA
    Karen Green, MHA, BSN, RN, CRN

    Highlights
      •Capnography is underused by radiologic and imaging nurses during procedural sedation.
        •The use of capnography during procedural sedation enhances patient safety.
        •A reliance on pulse oximetry as a surrogate monitor for ventilation delays identification of apnea.
        •Radiology procedure areas have inherent limitations for direct patient visualization.
        •Effective use of capnography requires a standardized interpretation approach.

  • Course Code
    DJR-012-2015 - ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This article is no longer available for Contact Hour credits

  • Course Code
    WEB011316-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    N/A

    There are no CE credits for this webinar.

  • Course Code
    WEB011615-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    There are no CE credits for this webinar.

    Presesnted by Richard N. Olans, MD

    Weninar Presented on January 16, 2015
    This webinar is no longer available for CE credit, but can be reviewed for content free of charge.

  • Course Code
    WEB02242016-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    N/A

    This webinar is no longer available for CE credit, but can be reviewed for content free of charge.

  • Course Code
    WEB031115-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This course has been Archived for viewing only -

    Presented by Heather Molina, RT(R), PA-C, MMS

    ARIN Webinar Presented on March 3, 2015

  • Course Code
    WEB041216-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This webinar is no longer available for CE credit, but can be reviewed for content free of charge.

    The field of Interventional Oncology is an emerging discipline that offers the patient with a cancer diagnosis, in particular those diagnosed with HCC, an option when one wasn’t previously available. Interventional Oncology offers therapeutic interventions such as TACE, DEB TACE, radioembolization, as well radiofequency ablation, microwave ablation, and cryoembolization. In addition, an extremely important part of the Interventional oncology discipline is the supportive aspect and procedures that are part of the overall process. The presentation will touch on the current treatments options available through Interventional Oncology, both therapeutic and supportive, as well as trends in the discipline. In addition, the role of the Radiology nurse in assessment, planning, education, and treatment will be addressed

  • Course Code
    WEB041515-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This course is no longer available for Contact Hour credit.

    ARIN Webinar Presented on April 15, 2015
    Presented by Dr. Ryan Hickey

  • Course Code
    WEB041615-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This webinar has been archived.
    This is only available for viewing.

  • Course Code
    WEB050516-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    There are no CE credits for this webinar.

    Current treatment options for the oncologic patient have expanded based on the increased specificity of radiopharmaceuticals for the area of disease. This presentation will cover treatment options and discuss nursing considerations including patient preparation, dose administration, side effect management and patient education regarding radioactive therapies.

  • Course Code
    WEB051315-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This webinar is for viewing only and is no longer available for contact hour credit.

    Presented by  Bradley Archer, BSN, RN

    Webinar Presented on May 13, 2015

  • Course Code
    WEB061516-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This webinar is no longer available for CE credit, but can be reviewed for content free of charge.

    Creating a culture of evidence-based practice in a radiology/imaging department is often easier said than done.  What’s clear, however, is that evidence should be used to define best practices rather than support existing, and perhaps outdated procedures.  Evidence-based practice based on research is more likely to result in desired patient outcomes. It also provides opportunities for nursing care to be more individualized, effective, streamlined, and dynamic, while maximizing the effects of clinical judgment.

  • Course Code
    WEB062415-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This course is no longer available for Contact Hour Credit

    Presented on June 24, 2015: 
    Presented by Pauline Lentowski, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CRN

    The purpose of this activity/session is to enable the learner to develop an awareness of the legislative process and hone his/her working knowledge of the political arena surrounding healthcare policy.

  • Course Code
    WEB070714-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    Source: ARIN Webinars

    Webinar presented July 7, 2014
    Presented by Steven Miles, MD

    CEUs is no longer available for this webinar

  • Course Code
    WEB080315-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This webinar is no longer available for CE credit, but can be reviewed for content free of charge.

  • Course Code
    WEB08242016-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This webinar is no longer available for CE credit, but can be reviewed for content free of charge.

    Lung cancer screening with low dose CT is often misunderstood amongst medical professionals. This webinar identifies the target audience and special ordering requirements for appropriate screening. LungRads, the reporting management system, will be discussed as well as how to interpret the results. Follow up testing schedules and recommendations will also be presented.

  • Course Code
    WEB09162015-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This webinar is no longer available for CE credit, but can be reviewed for content free of charge.

  • Course Code
    WEB10122016-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    Course presented by Lori Reilly MSN, CRNP,CPNP-AC of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

    Overview of Pediatric Sedation in Radiology- Part One
    1.    Review the historical aspects, goals and levels of pediatric sedation
    2.    Identify risk factors or red flags that may present in the prescreening of pediatric patients.
    3.    Define selected questions to ask to elicit appropriate history in prescreen for sedation.
    4.    Describe system-specific signs and symptoms that may cause complications with sedation.

  • Course Code
    WEB102214-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This course is only for viewing and is no longer available for Contact Hour Credit
    Webinar presented October 22, 2014
    Presented by Brenda Boone, PhD, RN, CRN

  • Course Code
    WEB10262016-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    Course presented by Lori Reilly MSN, CRNP,CPNP-AC of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

    Overview of Pediatric Sedation in Radiology- Part Two
    1.    Discuss the classifications, actions, dosages and side effects of common medications used in pediatric sedation.
    2.    Identify common complications of pediatric sedation. 
    3.    Differentiate between capnography and pulse oximetry.
    4.    Describe the components of a capnogram and recognize waveform changes.

  • Course Code
    WEB111314-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This course is available for viewing only. No Contact Hour Credits are available.
    Webinar presented November 13, 2014
    Presented by Gail Egan, MS, ANP

  • Course Code
    WEB120915-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    This Course is no longer available tor CE'

    Presented Dec. 9, 2015
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  • Course Code
    WEB3232016-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Archive-Free
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.0

    There are no CE credits for this webinar.

    A presentation on a collaborative, patient-centered approach in caring for oncologic patients undergoing PET/CT interventions. This presentation will highlight nursing care related to PET/CT, radiation safety for the staff member, and benefits of PET/CT guided interventions. 

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    2018CapKit
    Available Until
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    Course Type
    Capnography Toolkit
    Contact Hour(s)
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