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  • Course Code
    WEB01112017
    Available Until
    1/6/2019
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    Presented by: Marni Panas, BHAdmn 

    This session will explore how to better work with, support and advocate for sexual and gender minority patients, their families and each other. Participants will hear personal experiences and stories, learn terminology and theory, and discuss what you can do as a health care provider

  • Course Code
    WEB01242018
    Available Until
    1/19/2020
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    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)
    1.00

    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
    WEB022217
    Available Until
    2/9/2019
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    Presented by: Denise Robinson BSN RN SANE-A 

    Human trafficking generates 150 billion dollars globally. The sale of adults and children is on the rise. Often victims present to the hospital for treatment of various illnesses. The webinar will share information to raise awareness and offer information in assisting this patient population.

  • Course Code
    WEB04112018
    Available Until
    1/19/2020
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.25

    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
    WEB070714-ARC
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.00

    Source: ARIN Webinars

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

    CEUs is no longer available for this webinar

  • Course Code
    WEB111616
    Available Until
    10/20/2018
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    Presented by: Lois S. Marshall, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

    Dr. Marshall is an expert on evidence-based nursing practice. She conducts webinars/presentations on EBN nationally and internationally. She provides expertise on evidence-based nursing across nursing platforms in her role as consultant for Elsevier. She is the Editor of Evidence-Based Nursing Monographs for Mosby's Nursing Consult. Dr. Marshall has had two White Papers on Evidence-Based Nursing disseminated by Elsevier most recently. Dr. Marshall is a consultant for the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International. She is involved in a variety of projects related to the advancement of research on national/international levels. She has had numerous abstracts accepted for national and international conferences. Dr. Marshall is an expert on abstract and small grant writing. She is a mentor to those seeking to write evidence-based abstracts and grants. Dr. Marshall is the Research Column Editor for the Journal of Radiology Nursing. She is also the Chair, Research SIG, FNA.

    Nurses often are inhibited from participating in evidence-based research evaluation as there is a myth that one needs to be a statistician or have a PhD in research to be successful with this process.  Contrary to that belief, nurses can and should learn and participate in evaluation and critical appraisal of evidence-based research.  This presentation will put critical appraisal in a practical format that will allow all nurses to utilize it in their practices.  Both nurse consumers (those that primarily use) and nurse generators (those that primarily create) evidence-based research have a stake in the evaluation of research that is used by nurses in their practices.  Nurses use research to create comprehensive plans of care for diverse populations and as such rely on research that has been done to determine what might be most effective for their patients.  This presentation will put critical appraisal and evaluation at the forefront and focus on the steps of the process, making it more applicable for nurses, of all educational levels, to use it as they practice in an evidence-based health care environment.

  • Course Code
    WEB1272016
    Available Until
    12/12/2018
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    Presented by: Terri Cronbaugh MSN, RN, CCRN

    Rheolytic therapy is often a mainstay of peripheral angiography. Since catheter directed thrombolysis is a relatively young treatment, minimal guidance related to tPA dosing exists. Potential complications can be quite debilitating for the patient and the prudent nurse will need to know how to recognize and intervene if any of them are encountered.

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    DJR-009-2016
    Available Until
    8/18/2018
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    2.50
  • Course Code
    DJR03012017
    Available Until
    1/23/2019
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.25

    PURPOSE: The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to discuss elements related to radiation, risks and reduction of those risks, especially in the pediatric population.

    Written By: Donald P. Frush MD, FACR, FAAP
    Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics; Department of Radiology; Duke Medical Center

    This article is available for CEUs until 1/23/2019

  • Course Code
    DJR03012018.A
    Available Until
    1/30/2020
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.50

    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
    DJR032018.A
    Available Until
    1/30/2020
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.30

    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
    DJR062018
    Available Until
    6/30/2020
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    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
    DJR09012017.A
    Available Until
    8/30/2019
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    Article written by:
    Dr. Kate Steiner, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR; East and North Herts NHST Consultant Interventional Radiologist Department of Radiology, The Lister Hospital, Coreys Mill Lane, Stevenage Herts, UK
    Dr. Priti Dutta, MBBS, FRCR; East & North Hertfordshire Trust, Consultant Interventional Radiologist; The Lister Hospital, Corey’s Mill Lane, Stevenage, UK
    Dr. Conrad Von Stempel, MBBS, University College London Hospital Interventional Radiology Registrar, Department of radiology, University College London Hospital, 203 Euston Road, London
    Dr. Henry Walton, MBBS, FRCR, University College London Hospital Interventional Radiology Registrar; Department of radiology, University College London Hospital, 203 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BU

     

  • Course Code
    DJR09012017.B
    Available Until
    8/30/2019
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.95

    Article written by:

    Michael Long, DNP, CRNA; Assistant Professor at Marian University, Nurse Anesthesia Educational Program in the Leighton School of Nursing, Indianapolis, IN

    Jennifer Ross, MSN, CRNA; Nurse Anesthetist II, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY

     

  • Course Code
    DJR112516
    Available Until
    12/9/2018
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.75

    Written by: Lorena Garza, MD, James G Caridi, MD, FSIR and Christian A. Fauria-Robinson, MD

    The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to discuss elements related to the use of carbon dioxide subtraction angiography.

    This article is available for CEUs until 12/9/2018

  • Course Code
    DJR12012017
    Available Until
    12/1/2019
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    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.

  • Course Code
    DJR121092016
    Available Until
    12/9/2018
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    The Purpose of the activity is to enable the learner to discuss elements related to the use of radioactive seed localization in breast abnormalities.

    Written by:
    Esther Hwang, MD; Emily Sonnenblick, MD; Elisa Port, MD, FACS; Janet Szabo, MD; Jacob Kamen, PhD, CMLSO, CHP; Laurie Margolies, MD

    This article is available for CEUs until 12/9/2018

  • Course Code
    DJR6012017
    Available Until
    6/30/2019
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.60

    Presented by Adelaide Eichman MD
    Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh PA
    Pediatrics Division of Child Advocacy, Children’s’ Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
    AND
    L. Kathleen Sekula, PhD, PMHCNS, FAAN
    Professor, Director Graduate Forensic Programs, School of Nursing, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    CEM-PRNR1
    Available Until
    12/9/2018
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    Growth and Development in the Pediatric Patient
    Presented by Sylvia Miller, MSN, RN
    Currently she works at Stanford Children’s Hospital/Radiology/Interventional Radiology as a Nurse Manager

    Sylvia Miller is an MSN prepared RN with 18 years of pediatric nursing experience, the past 6 years in Radiology. She is an active member of ARIN and was a speaker and ARIN Spring Convention in Atlanta in 2015, as well as experience providing pediatric radiology nursing education at her local level. She is the project lead on the ARIN pediatric care in radiology Task Force. She is a member of the Red Cross blood advisory committee, the Association of California Nurse Leaders, and the American College of Healthcare Executives. She has recently been accepted to continue her studies at Yale University to pursue a Doctorate in nursing practice (DNP).

  • Course Code
    CEM-PRNR2
    Available Until
    12/9/2018
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    The Role of the Child Life Specialist in the Radiology Imaging Department
    Presented by Sylvia Miller, MSN, RN
    Currently she works at Stanford Children’s Hospital/Radiology/Interventional Radiology as a Nurse Manager

    Sylvia Miller is an MSN prepared RN with 18 years of pediatric nursing experience, the past 6 years in Radiology. She is an active member of ARIN and was a speaker and ARIN Spring Convention in Atlanta in 2015, as well as experience providing pediatric radiology nursing education at her local level. She is the project lead on the ARIN pediatric care in radiology Task Force. She is a member of the Red Cross blood advisory committee, the Association of California Nurse Leaders, and the American College of Healthcare Executives. She has recently been accepted to continue her studies at Yale University to pursue a Doctorate in nursing practice (DNP).

  • Course Code
    CEM-PRNR5
    Available Until
    12/9/2018
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    Contrast Administration in a Nutshell
    Presented by Sylvia Miller, MSN, RN
    Currently she works at Stanford Children’s Hospital/Radiology/Interventional Radiology as a Nurse Manager

    Sylvia Miller is an MSN prepared RN with 18 years of pediatric nursing experience, the past 6 years in Radiology. She is an active member of ARIN and was a speaker and ARIN Spring Convention in Atlanta in 2015, as well as experience providing pediatric radiology nursing education at her local level. She is the project lead on the ARIN pediatric care in radiology Task Force. She is a member of the Red Cross blood advisory committee, the Association of California Nurse Leaders, and the American College of Healthcare Executives. She has recently been accepted to continue her studies at Yale University to pursue a Doctorate in nursing practice (DNP).

  • Course Code
    CEM-PRNR6
    Available Until
    12/9/2018
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.50

    A Day in Pediatric Nuclear Medicine
    Presented by Sylvia Miller, MSN, RN
    Currently she works at Stanford Children’s Hospital/Radiology/Interventional Radiology as a Nurse Manager

    Sylvia Miller is an MSN prepared RN with 18 years of pediatric nursing experience, the past 6 years in Radiology. She is an active member of ARIN and was a speaker and ARIN Spring Convention in Atlanta in 2015, as well as experience providing pediatric radiology nursing education at her local level. She is the project lead on the ARIN pediatric care in radiology Task Force. She is a member of the Red Cross blood advisory committee, the Association of California Nurse Leaders, and the American College of Healthcare Executives. She has recently been accepted to continue her studies at Yale University to pursue a Doctorate in nursing practice (DNP).

  • Course Code
    CEM-PRNR7
    Available Until
    12/9/2018
    Course Type
    CE Module
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    An Overview Pediatric Interventional Radiology
    Presented by Sylvia Miller, MSN, RN
    Currently she works at Stanford Children’s Hospital/Radiology/Interventional Radiology as a Nurse Manager

    Sylvia Miller is an MSN prepared RN with 18 years of pediatric nursing experience, the past 6 years in Radiology. She is an active member of ARIN and was a speaker and ARIN Spring Convention in Atlanta in 2015, as well as experience providing pediatric radiology nursing education at her local level. She is the project lead on the ARIN pediatric care in radiology Task Force. She is a member of the Red Cross blood advisory committee, the Association of California Nurse Leaders, and the American College of Healthcare Executives. She has recently been accepted to continue her studies at Yale University to pursue a Doctorate in nursing practice (DNP).

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    2017AMMonCS1
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS1 Wealth Management: Planning Our Futures
    Presented Monday, March 6, 9:15am-10:15am
    By Lizzu Castaneda, JD

    What’s the difference between those who live life confident in their decisions and achieve financial goals with ease and those who walk through life anxious and enter retirement unsure whether they will outlive their nest egg? Financial freedom is a choice. With the proper information and tools,
    anyone can choose to create the life of their dreams. Come learn the secret that is helping many live each stage of their life fearlessly.
    Lizzu Castaneda has 20 years of experience in the legal, business and financial industries. She has worked with individuals and businesses to identify and plan current and future financial goals. She holds a J.D., and securities licenses 6, 63 & 65 as well a sbeing a Certified Realty Investment
    Associate. She has given presentations to law students and lawyers, to SIR in 2016 and physician groups at small hospitals, and now, in partnership with the Minnesota Medical Association, is providing a monthly financial lecture series.

  • Course Code
    2017AMMonCS3
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS3 Presenting and Designing a Podium Presentation - Workshop
    Monday, March 6, 9:15am-10:15am
    Cathy Brown, BScN, RN, CRN
     

    Giving an effective presentation is a basic skill all nurses must master. With little or no education in school or on the job on how to structure content, create visuals and deliver the lecture, many people avoid giving presentations. This workshop will lead individuals through the creation of a presentation in a stepwise manner and give attendees practical strategies for immediate use.
    Cathy Brown earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree with distinction from the University of Alberta. Since 2010 Cathy has been the Diagnostic Imaging Nurse Navigator, 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
    2017AMMonGS10
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.50

    GS10 Hot Topics
    Monday, March 6, 10:30am-12:00pm
    Christy Lee, RN, NP, CRN
    Deb Romanie, RN, CRN
    Lauren Miller, RN, MSN-L, CRN

    Hot Topics is an interactive session in which the audience participates by asking questions and proposing “hot topics” for discussions. This is a great time to share with peers and ask questions from experts from experts in the growing and innovative field of Radiology nursing. A survey will be poster on the ARIN Convention page for you to enter questions and topics you would like to have discussed during this session.

  • Course Code
    2017AMMonGS12
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.50

    GS12 ARIN/SIR Joint Session - Anticoagulation Update for the IR Team (Panel Discussion)
    Presented Monday, March 6, 1:00 - 2:30
    Contact Hours - 1.5
    Panel participants:
    Dr. Ryan Hickey
    Dr. Jon C. Davidson
    Dr. Shiraz Rahim
    Jim LaForge, MSN, BSN, RN, CRN
    Piera Robson, MSN, CNS, NP, AOCNS, ANP-BC, OCN

  • Course Code
    2017AMMonGS13
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.50

    GS13 ARIN/SIR Joint Session - Sedation in the IR Suite: SIR meets ARIN (Panel Discussion)
    Presented Monday, March 6, 3:00pm - 4:30pm
    Contact Hours - 1.5
    Panel Particpants
    Dr. Brian Funaki
    Shawn Brast, MSN, RN, NRP
    Michael Long, DNP, CRNA

  • Course Code
    2017AMMonGS9
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS9 Joanna Po Lecture Series: Care, Caring, Caregiver, What Nurses Do Best
    Presented on March 6, 2017 - 8:00 -9:00
    By Karen Green, MHA, RN, BSN, CRN

    “Nurses possess a vast amount of knowledge, fueled by years of education and experience, in a variety of settings. But, what is our reason to be? Many nurses state they came into nursing because they ‘care about people’ and have a true ‘desire to help’. A large percentage of us are entering a new phase of life and nursing... caring for our families in a way very different from caring for our children. Parents and spouses who develop a chronic, debilitating illness require our love, understanding and care now more than ever.” This session will cover aspects such as growing into the nurse we have become, recognizing and improving our coping skills, and understanding the importance of caring for ourselves’.

    Karen Green has been active in ARIN for the past 14 years serving in a variety of positions. She currently serves as Chairperson for the Capnography Task Force focused on educating nurses on the benefit and use of Capnography.

  • Course Code
    2017AMSunGS1
    Available Until
    2/19/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS1 Gold Medal Lecture - The Art of Catheterization
    Presented on March 5, 2017 8:00 am - 9:00 am
    By Dr. John Fritz Angle

    Dr. John Fritz Angle completed his Vascular and Interventional fellowship at University of Virginia,
    where he is currently a Professor and serves as Director of Vascular and Interventional Radiology.
    He is a reviewer for Journals of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Catheterization and
    Cardiovascular Interventions, the Journal of Endovascular Therapy and others. Dr. Angle served as
    the Scientific Program Chair for SIR and was inducted as a Fellow of the Society of Interventional
    Radiology in 2014.

  • Course Code
    2017AMSunGS2
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS2 Emergencies in Interventional Neuro Radiology - Including Acute Stroke
    Presented: Sunday, March 5 2017, 9:00am-10:00am
    By Dr. Kai Frerichs and Richard Foley, MS, RN

    Dr. Frerichs graduated medical school at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich in1988 and completed his residency at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital in Neurosurgery in 2000. He completed a Fellowship Brigham & Women’s in Interventional Neuroradiology in 2002.
    He is certified in Neurological Surgery, is widely published and is actively involved in research.
    Mr. Foley has been the Director of Nursing, responsible for leading and managing the nursing operations of the Department of Radiology of a 900-bed academic teaching facility for 10 years. He has co-authored text regarding management of IR clinic operations and is co-chair of a multidisciplinary, hospital-wide committee developing policy regarding management of procedural sedation and anesthesia resources outside the operative suite. He has given presentations at ARIN events, on both the national and the local chapter level.

  • Course Code
    2017AMSunGS3
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS3 Radiation Protection and Safety: Teamwork and Communication
    Presented on March 5, 2017, 10:15 am - 11:15 am
    By Dr. Raja Ramaswammy

    Dr. Raja Ramaswamy received his medical education from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago, IL. then attended the University of California, San Diego for his Diagnostic Radiology Residency and Vascular and Interventional Fellowship. He currently serves as an Assistant Professor and Director of Quality and Patient Safety with the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at Washington University. Dr. Ramaswamy has served on the Board of Directors for the City of San Diego’s Health Services Advisory Board providing advice on county wide public health initiatives and has spent time as Chief Financial Officer for the San Diego House Staf Union.
    Dr. Ramaswamy is a manuscript reviewer for Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, European Radiology, and the Indian Journal of Radiology.

  • Course Code
    2017AMSunGS4
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS4 The Other Side of the Stethoscope: A Patient’s Perspective
    Presented on March 5, 2017 at 11:15 am - 12:15 am
    by Marcus Engle, MS, CSP, CPXP

    Marcus Engel is a Certified Speaking Professional and author whose messages provide insight and strategies for excellence in patient care. As a college freshman, Marcus was blinded and nearly killed after being struck by a drunk driver. Through 2 years of rehab, over 350 hours of reconstructive facial surgery and adaptation through a multitude of life changes, he witnessed the good, the bad and the profound in patient care. He holds a BS in sociology from Missouri State University (2000) and a MS in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University in New York City (2012).
    He has authored five books, the recent, “Beyond Patient Experience”, due out in early 2017. His keynote presentations, witnessed by tens of  thousands of healthcare professionals, and his books are widely used to teach basic foundations of caregiving.

  • Course Code
    2017AMSunGS5
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS5 Moving the Needle
    Presented Sunday, March 5, 2017, 1:15pm -2:15pm
    By Dr. Stephen Ferrara

    During multiple worldwide deployments to natural disaster, combat, and humanitarian assistance settings Dr. Ferrara introduced Interventional Radiology to these environments for the first time ever. An experienced Interventional Radiologist with over 20 years in clinical practice, he has fulfilled many leadership, policy, and economics roles. He recently spent a year on Capitol Hill as a National Academy of Sciences Congressional Health Policy Fellow on the Energy and Commerce Committee. He and his team oversaw multiple federal agencies including HHS, FDA, and the NIH. He was the principal author of a $ 150B piece of healthcare legislation that secures Medicare access for 50 million seniors, ensures that quality becomes
    an integral part of healthcare delivery, and stabilizes payments for physicians. Following his tenure on the Hill, he was asked to serve as the Navy’s Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Chief of Medical Operations.

  • Course Code
    2017AMSunGS6
    Available Until
    2/19/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS6 Percutaneous Ablation with Irreversible Electroporation (IRE)
    Dr. Govindarajan Narayanan
    Presented on March 5, 2017, 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm

    Dr. Narayanan is a Professor of Interventional Radiology and Chairman of the Department of Interventional Radiology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. He is Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology with a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Interventional Radiology. He is widely recognized for his published work in Interventional Oncology and Interventional Radiology. He has been an invited faculty member and speaker
    at several national and international meets and is the founder of Synergy, A Multidisciplinary Approach to Interventional Oncology Conference, an annual event since 2011, in Miami, Florida. He is a reviewer for several journals and serves as the clinical editor of IO 360, a web portal dedicated to Interventional Oncology.

  • Course Code
    2017AMSunGS7
    Available Until
    2/19/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS7 Pulmonary Embolism Response Team: Medical and Endovascular Perspective on Evolving Trend
    Presented March 5, 2017 3:30 - 4:30
    By Dr. Luke Wilkins and Dr. Aditya Sharma

    Dr. Luke Wilkins received his medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine in 2007 completed his Radiology Residency with University Hospitals Case Medical Center, and his Vascular and Interventional Fellowship with Medical University of South Carolina. Currently is Assistant
    Professor of Radiology in the Division of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at the University of Virginia. He serves as Medical Director of the Charles J. Tegtmeyer School of Angiography for the University’s interventional technologist program. In 2014 he was a founding member of the SIR
    Early Career Section and mentors residents and fellows as part of their IR training. Awarded the 2010 SIR Foundation Resident Research Grant, he served as a Principal investor on the evaluation of pharmacological agents modulating blood flow after thermal ablation.

    Dr. Sharma attended NDMVP Samaj’s Medical College in Nashik, Maharashtra, India for his medical training. He completed an Internal Medicine residency at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI and his Vascular Medicine Fellowship at Cleveland Clinic. Currently is an Associate Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine in the division of Cardiovascular Medicine and Emergency Medicine and Director of the University’s Vascular Medicine Fellowship Program. He is Director of UVA’s High Risk PE Program, evaluating patients with high risk of pulmonary embolism in a multi-disciplinary
    manner to reduce death and long term complications. Dr. Sharma was a finalist (2015) for the Society of Vascular Medicine’s Jay D. Coffman Young Investigator award and authored the Editor’s Choice Article on Portal Vein Thrombosis, in the Journal of Vascular Medicine. He received UAV’s
    Department of Medicine’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Care (2016).

  • Course Code
    2017AMSunGS8
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS8 Central Venous Access Devices: What, When and Why
    Presented March 5, 2017, 4:30 - 5:30
    By David Rosenthal, MHP, PA-C, DFAAPA

    David Rosenthal is a graduate of Northeastern University Physician Assistant Program, with over 25 years of clinical experience in cardiothoracic, plastics and other surgical specialties, for the past 15 years as Chief PA at Brigham and Women’s Hospital Division of Angiography and
    Interventional Radiology. He has performed over 4000 venous access procedures and largest number of tunneled peritoneal catheter placements in New England. David co-authored the Society of Interventional Radiology position statement on the role of PA in Interventional Radiology. He is a Clinical Associate member of SIR and coauthor of SIR’s Position Statement on The Role of PAs in IR.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesCS10
    Available Until
    2/19/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS10 Role of Nurse in Nuclear Medicine for PET
    Tuesday, March 7, 3:00pm-4:00pm
    Raina Ghai-Mehta, RN

    The nuclear medicine nurse plays a vital role in preparation of patients for nuclear medicine diagnostic exams. The competent nurse must be nowledgeable of different radioactive isotopes, the addition of iodinated contrast for PET/CT, the various studies performed, the indication for each exam and the recommended time interval between follow-up exams. Clinical operations must be grounded in policy and procedure guidelines to assist the nurse in navigating common challenges encountered in this environment. Case studies will highlight important aspects of caring for the pediatric patient in the nuclear medicine environment and managing diabetic patients when fluorodeoxyglucose is utilized.
    Raina Ghai-Mehta is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst School of Nursing. This was an additional degree for Raina; her first being in Business Administration. She had
    experience in cardiac, pulmonary and travel nursing prior to joining the Nuclear Medicine Department.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesCS11
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS11 MRI Simulator and Its Impact on Sedation
    Tuesday, March 7, 4:00pm-5:00pm
    Diane Cancilla, MSN, RN

    Diane Cancilla is here today to discuss the process of screening and evaluating children for an MRI scan. The MRI simulator is housed in its own room on the unit. The staff, APCT, PCT, RN, Sedation PA and MD, MRI technologist and Child Life Specialist, are all included in the challenge of assessing each child’s level of understanding of the day’s events. The overall goal is successful imaging and patient satisfaction based on a great patient experience which includes a possibility of doing the exam successfully without sedation.
    Diane has 5 years’ experience as Unit Director of Nursing and Technical Services at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Diane holds an MSN, is on the board of Pittsburgh Area Radiology Managers and of South Western Pennsylvania’s Organization of Nursing Leaders.She leads the nursing, technical services and Child Life for Radiology at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesCS4
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    2.00

    CS4 Enhancing Patient Safety: Capnography, Sedation, Airway Management, Oh My!
    Presented March 7, 9:15 - 11:15, 12:45pm-2:45pm, and 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    Contact Hour Credits - 2.0

    This course is designed to fill the practice gaps in the management of procedural sedation and the troubleshooting of capnography waveforms in the context of patients requiring rescue airway management. Mid-fidelity patient simulators with PowerPoint for graphic and video support will be utilized to demonstrate bag-valve-mask with advanced airway adjuncts for patient populations with characteristics that are barriers to rescue airway management. It will include direction for assisting
    advanced practice professionals responsible for airway management with insertion of advanced airway devices.

    Shawn Brast is the Johns Hopkins Hospital Sedation/Analgesia Subcommittee Nursing Co-Chair and Team Educator for the Johns Hopkins LIFELINE Critical Care Transport Team. Mr. Brast has lectured and authored articles on procedural sedation and capnography monitoring.
    Karen Green has been active in ARIN for the past 14 years serving in a variety of positions. She currently serves as the Chairperson for the Capnography Task Force focused on educating nurses on the benefit and use of Capnography.

    Michael Long is a Nurse Anesthetist at a tertiary care center in a major metropolitan area. He graduated from the Nurse Anesthesia Program at Columbia University and completed a Doctorate of Nursing Practice at Barry University. He is an expert in airway management, including intubation, respiratory and pharmacological support and capnography. He holds a
    certification in ACLS and BLS and has an active certification in the practice of nurse anesthesia in the states of New York and Washington.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesCS5
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS5 Diagnosis and Management of Endo-leaks after “Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair” (AAA)
    Tuesday, March 7, 10:15am-11:15am
    Howard Richard, MD

    Endo-leaks can be diagnosed via CT angiography, ultrasound grayscale, color Doppler or contrast-enhance MRI/MRA following endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms. Surveillance is typically performed at one and twelve months following the endovascular repair. Evidence of endo-leak by identifying contrast in the aneurysm or continued aneurysm growth requires further evaluation and management.
    Dr. Richard has been nominated a champion of IR nurses for several years. He has practiced at University of Maryland since 2001, where he has started a clinic for uterine fibroid embolization and pelvic pain. He is a favorite among the IR nurses for his compassion and caring of his patients. Dr. Richard was selected “Top Doctor” in Interventional Radiology for 2012 by Baltimore Magazine and “Top Doc” at Good Samaritan Hospital, Medstar of Baltimore.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesCS6
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS6 Leveraging Technology for a Long-Distance Competency Assessment: From the Desert to the Great White North
    Tuesday, March 7, 10:15am-11:15am
    Michael LeGal, MS-Ed, RN, CRN, N-K
    Most facilities have some type of skills validation or assessment of knowledge on a departmental or facility level. Using the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) recommendation of adopting measures that promote lifelong learning, professional development, and improving safety and quality in patient care this
    education team strategized the idea of using a video-conference as a cost-effective manner to provide long distance competency assessments. This was a pilot project.
    Michael LeGal is currently a Clinical Development Professional for the Cardiac Catheterization Lab and Electrophysiology for Banner Health based in Phoenix, AZ. Michael is celebrating 25 years as an RN in 2017. He has completed his masters in nursing and is currently working on his doctorate in nursing practice (DNP), anticipating a graduation date in May 2018.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesCS7
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS7 Myasthenia Gravis: A Rad Nurse’s Guide
    Tuesday, March 7, 12:45pm-1:45pm
    Carrie Furberg, BA, RN, CRN

    This presentation will review pathophysiology of myasthenia gravis, its implications for medical imaging and image guided procedures, and nursing care considerations. Myasthenia gravis is a neuromuscular disorder, it can be exacerbated by physical and mental stressors as well as medications frequently used in imaging and procedural environments. Patients with myasthenia gravis will require additional screening measures and possible
    alteration to usual protocols, medication orders, and nursing care. Carrie Furberg provides care of patients before, during, and after scans and procedures in all imaging modalities and VIR. She supports her department by serving as safety liaison and education committee chair. She has been a nurse for 10 years and a radiology nurse for 8 years. Prior to joining UNC, she was a MICU nurse in the Duke Health system.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesCS8
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS8 Specialty Orientation for the Radiology Nurse
    Tuesday, March 7, 12:45pm-1:45pm
    Rebecca Vlach, RN, MSN

    Nurses add value to a Radiology practice by incorporating assessment skills and evidence-based practice initiatives. Developing an effective orientation program that meets the needs of new radiology nurses has been a challenge. With many new hires being new RN graduates juggling facility orientation classes, staggered hire dates 2 weeks apart and rotation through multiple areas of imaging departments, an improvement was needed to meet the needs of these new employees.
    Rebecca Vlach has 26 years of clinical nursing experience at Mayo Clinic Rochester including general Med-Surg, Trauma/Surgical ICU, Outpatient Procedural Unit, Adult Care Coordinator, Clinical and Faculty instructor, Simulation and Skills Lab Coordinator and Nursing Education Specialist.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesCS9
    Available Until
    2/19/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS9 Care of the Patient on Opioid Maintenance Therapy
    Tuesday, March 7, 3:00pm-4:00pm
    Ed Sredzienski, MSPharm

    This session will present to the audience the perils and pit falls of caring for a patient on suboxone/methadone etc. Special detail will be outlined as to the complexities and clinical interventions necessary to ensure a safe but effective time in the procedural suite.
    Ed is currently the Clinical Specialist in Critical Care at UNC Hospitals where he has a total of 26 years, the last 18 years in the trauma program. His prior critical care experience has been in Cardiothoracic, Neurosurgery and Burns. Ed received his BS and MS degrees from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. After graduation, Ed began his career at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he spent 10 years before moving to NC. He is married to a nurse who works in Interventional Radiology at UNC and has 3 boys.

     

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesGS14
    Available Until
    2/19/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS14 Spectrum of Engagement: From Practice to Policy
    Suzanne Miyamoto, PhD, RN, FAAN
    Tuesday, March 7, 9:15am-10:15am

    This presentation will discuss the spectrum of engagement for nurses who want to impact practice and policy. It will discuss how to advocate for the profession, patients, and the community. It will drive innovation and influence opportunities for the audience.
    With over a decade of policy experience, Dr. Miyamoto serves on the senior leadership team while overseeing and providing strategic guidance for the programmatic areas of health policy, higher education policy, government affairs, leadership progression, diversity and inclusion, strategic outreach as well as research and analytics. She is the Convener for the Nursing Community, a coalition of 63 national nursing organizations that collaborate on a wide spectrum of health
    policy issues. She is a Senior Associate Editor for the journal Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice. Dr. Miyamoto received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of Science in Nursing, and Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Dr. Miyamoto is adjunct assistant professor at Georgetown University, School of Nursing and Health Studies as well as a clinical adjunct professor at Marymount University, Malek School of Health Professions. Dr. Miyamoto’s areas of research, publications, and presentations focus on health policy, coalition building, and political advocacy. Her list of accomplishments, honors and positions held in the universe of nursing stretch across the nation.

  • Course Code
    2017AMTuesGS15
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS15 Advanced Topics in Percutaneous Trans hepatic Biliary Drainage
    Tuesday, March 7, 1:45pm-2:45pm
    Piera Cote Robson, MSN, CNS, NP, ANP-BC, AOCNS

    In this presentation, all biliary drainage procedures will be reviewed including: external catheters, internal-external catheters, and stents. Clinical presentations that are amenable to primary biliary stenting will be discussed. Essential management of the PTBD patient post procedure with treatment algorithms for common complications will be reviewed. Finally, the potential impact of catheter drainage on quality of life will be explored with consideration of the patient’s goals of care.
    Piera M. Cote Robson is the clinical nurse specialist for radiology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She has been content expert for nursing care of the radiology patient and is credentialed as an NP at MSKCC. She has been on the board of directors for the Association for Radiologic and Imaging Nurses (ARIN) as Director of Leadership since May, 2014 and has been the biliary drainage chapter author for the ARIN Core Curriculum for the past two editions. Piera’s research interests include quality of life after interventional radiology procedures and she has published on the subject in Annals of Surgical Oncology and in the text, “Blumgart’s Surgery of the Liver, Biliary Tract and Pancreas”.

  • Course Code
    2017AMWedCS13
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    CS13 Leading a Multigenerational Team: Lessons Learned from a 30something
    Wednesday, March 8,10:15am-11:15am
    Sarah Whitehead, BSN, RN, CRN

    Sarah Whitehead is the Diagnostic and Therapeutic Imaging Service Nurse Manager at Central Arkansas Veterans  ealthcare System in Little Rock, AR. She has over eleven years’ experience, and is a Certified Radiology Nurse. She received her BSN from UALR in Arkansas.
    As Imaging departments grow, many young nurses find themselves unexpectedly in leadership positions. Transitioning from peer to leader amongst veteran nurses and millennials provides challenges to leading and engaging a team. This session is aimed at the new nurse manager, the seasoned informal leader and the novice nurse in radiology settings. Common leadership challenges and ways to overcome them will be identified. Fostering teamwork between nurses
    and technologists, learning the art of conflict resolution, and working with difficult personalities isn’t routinely taught-yet these skills are imperative to effectively lead a team.

  • Course Code
    2017AMWedGS16
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS16 Medical Errors: The Day After
    Wednesday, March 8, 8:00am-9:00am
    By Dr. Robert Spillane

    Dr. Spillane is a certified lecturer on High Reliability in Health Care as part of the program initiated and overseen by Hartford Hospital, and Connecticut Hospital Association, he began this role in October 2013. He is also a board-certified radiologist with a CAQ in Interventional Radiology. He has 17 years of private practice experience. Dr. Spillane currently serves as the Physician Chief Quality Office for Jefferson Radiology and is the Chair of the Medical Staf Quality Council at Hartford Hospital. He is a member of the National Ambulatory Care Advisory Board for the Joint Commission. and has lectured on high reliability and medical errors since October 2013.

  • Course Code
    2017AMWedGS17
    Available Until
    2/21/2019
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS17 Transgender 101: Fundamentals for Clinicians
    Wednesday,, March 8, 9:00am-10:00am
    Paula Neira, MSN, JD, RN, CEN

    In the 21st century, clinicians must provide care to an increasingly diverse patient population. Due to a lack of education most clinicians cannot provide culturally competent care to this population. Historically, radiology personnel have had little training or exposure to this population. This presentation provides clinicians with an overview of the transgender population, their health concerns, and the negative impact discrimination has had on healthcare for this group. The presentation provides clinicians with fundamental information to better communicate respectfully with transgender patients and provides tools to better understand and support transgender colleagues or family members. The presentation provides information about respectful language, term definitions, pronoun usage, and appropriate clinical questioning. Gender theory is briefly reviewed, differences
    between sex, gender identity, and gender expression will be discussed and the presenter will share ways to improve electronic medical record systems and facility engineering.
    Paula M. Neira is a certified emergency nurse with over 22 years of varied nursing experience including the VA, a rural, critical-access hospital, and urban, academic trauma centers. For 8 years, she has been nurse educator in emergency medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital. In January 2016, she was appointed as co-chair of Johns Hopkins Transgender Medicine. Executive Task Force. Beyond nursing, she graduated with distinction from United States Naval Academy and served as a naval officer. She belongs to the Maryland bar as a lawyer and veteran advocate, she assisted the efforts to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. A leading expert on transgender military service, she was key in 2016 military policy ending the ban on  transgender
    military personnel. With military, legal, and nursing experience – as well as personal experience
    as a patient – she is uniquely suited to speak on the transgender patient experience.

  • Course Code
    2017AMWedGS18
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    GS18 Deep Vein Thrombosis
    Wednesday,, March 8 11:15am-12:15pm
    Dr. Arturo D. Gonzalez

    Dr. Gonzalez is the Medical Director of Interventional Radiology at University Hospital & Clinics in Lafayette, LA. He graduated National Autonomous University of Mexico School of Medicine in 1978 and completed his Radiology residency in 1983. He is Board Certified in radiology in Mexico and the United States, and maintains certification in Vascular Interpretation. Dr. Gonzalez is a member of the AMA, the Society of Interventional Radiology, and the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography.

  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC1
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC2
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC3
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC4
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC5
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC6
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC7
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC8
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonC9
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonG10
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.50
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonG11
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonG12
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonG9
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    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
    2018AMMonW1
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    2.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMMonW2
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG1
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG2
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG3
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG4
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG5
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG7
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMSunG8
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC11
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC12
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    The Video for the course is not available due to technical difficulties - please do not attempt to complete the evaluation if you did not ATTEND the course in Los Angeles

  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC13
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC14
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC15
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC16
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC17
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC18
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC19
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC20
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC21
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC22
    Available Until
    3/19/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC23
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00

    Please do not attempt to complete the evaluation if you have not attended this session.

    The Video for the course is not available due to technical difficulties - please DO NOT attempt to complete the evaluation if you did not ATTEND the course in Los Angeles

  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEC24
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUECW3
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    2.00

    DO NOT ATTEMPT TO COMPLETE THE EVALUATION ON THIS IF YOU DID NOT ATTEND THIS COURSE IN PERSON AT THE 2018 CONVENTION

  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEG13
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEW4A
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    2.00

    DO NOTATTEMPT THIS COURSE IF YOU DID NOT ATTEND IN PERSON AT THE 2018 CONFERENCE

  • Course Code
    2018AMTUEW5
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.00
  • Course Code
    2018AMWEDG14
    Available Until
    3/15/2020
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    2.00

    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)
    2.00
  • Course Code
    AMMONh
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Annual Meeting
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.00

    THERE ARE NO CREDITS AVAIABLE WITH THIS COURSE

    Adverse reaction to iodine-based and gadolinium-based contrast agents are idiosyncratic events in the imaging environment. Prompt recognition with a coordinated treatment response is essential to achieving optimal patient outcomes. This lecture will review the pathophysiology of contrast reactions, differentiating between allergic reactions and exaggerated physiologic reactions. Management strategies that are in line with the 2015 American College of Radiology recommendations will be presented. This lecture will also present strategies for developing protocols and implementing the best practice.
     

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    IRC07202018
    Available Until
    4/28/2019
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.00

    DO NOT ADD THIS COURSE - AVAILABLE ONLY TO THOSE WHO WORK IN ABU DHABI!

    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
    IRC08042018-M
    Available Until
    4/18/2019
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.00

    After 7/21/2018 the price is increased to $300 - NO REFUNDS AFTER 9/8/2018

    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.

    For accommodations click on this link - https://www.brighamandwomens.org/patients-and-families/visitors/accommodations

    Any questions please contact -
    Joshua Peltzl – jpeltz@bwh.harvard.edu

  • Course Code
    IRC08042018-N
    Available Until
    4/28/2019
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.00

    After 7/21/2018 the price is increased to $325 - NO REFUNDS AFTER 9/8/2018

    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

    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.

    For accommodations click on this link - https://www.brighamandwomens.org/patients-and-families/visitors/accommodations

    Any questions please contact -
    Joshua Peltzl – jpeltz@bwh.harvard.edu

  • Course Code
    IRC09222018-M
    Available Until
    4/28/2019
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.00

    After 9/8/2018 the price is increased to $325 - NO REFUNDS AFTER 9/8/2018

    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 -
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital:
    Kristina Hoerl – khoerl@jhmi.edu

  • Course Code
    IRC09222018-N
    Available Until
    4/28/2019
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.00

    After 9/8/2018 the price is increased to $375 - NO REFUNDS AFTER 9/8/2018

    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

    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 -
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital:
    Kristina Hoerl – khoerl@jhmi.edu

  • Course Code
    IRC11032018
    Available Until
    4/28/2019
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.00

    Price for ARIN members is $275 - Price for ARIN Non-members is $325
    After 10/15/2018 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 10/15/2018

    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
    The NWARIN Chapter:
    Connie Flores – connieflores@hotmail.com

  • Course Code
    IRC8252018-M
    Available Until
    4/18/2019
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.00

    Price for ARIN members is $250 - Price for ARIN Non-members is $275
    After 8/10/2018 the price is increased to $300 - and $325 for ARIN non-member

    Tuition is free for all UR Medicine Nurses, Technologist Residents and students (Both FT and PT) .
    This includes all employees of SMH and its affiliates. A $50 dollar deposit is required to hold
    your spot which will be returned upon course completion.
    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 8/10/2018

    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

    University of Rochester MC:
    Matthew J Smith, Program Administrator
    585 275-5969

  • Course Code
    IRC8252018-N
    Available Until
    4/18/2019
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.00

    Price for ARIN members is $250 - Price for ARIN Non-members is $275
    After 8/10/2018 the price is increased to $300 - and $325 for ARIN non-member

    Tuition is free for all UR Medicine Nurses, Technologist Residents and students (Both FT and PT) .
    This includes all employees of SMH and its affiliates. A $50 dollar deposit is required to hold
    your spot which will be returned upon course completion.
    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 8/10/2018

    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

    University of Rochester MC:
    Matthew J Smith, Program Administrator
    585 275-5969

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