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  • Course Code
    WEB030222021
    Available Until
    11/23/2022
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Date: Wednesday, February 03, 2021

    Time: 4:00 PM PT

    Price: Free for members, $10 for non-members

    This webinar presented by Brenda Boone will help describe the historic progression of cardiac MRI devices

  • 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.

  • Course Code
    WEB14122020
    Available Until
    11/23/2022
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Date: Monday, December 14, 2020

    Time: 1:00 PM CT

    Price: Free for members, $10 for non-members

    This webinar presented by Joanne Dalusung.

  • Course Code
    WEB16122020
    Available Until
    11/23/2022
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Date: Wednesday, December 16, 2020

    Time: 2:00 PM CT

    Price: Free for members, $10 for non-members

    This webinar presented by Kathrine Yedinak-Gruzalski will help participants identify and discuss the key patient safety influencers in healthcare

     

  • Course Code
    WEB25062020
    Available Until
    5/28/2022
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on: June 25, 2020. 

    This webinar, presented by Dr. Jeffrey Chick, explored lymphatic diseases and treatments including: algorithm for lymphatic injuries and treatments, discussion of lymphatic variants, outline of lymphatic imaging, and presentation of lymphatic interventions including antegrade lymphangiography, retrograde lymphangiography, endolymphatic reconstruction, intranodal lymphangiography, complications, and future directions.

    Brought to you by Guerbet.

  • Course Code
    WEB26062020
    Available Until
    5/28/2022
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Presented on: June 26, 2020. 

    This webinar, by Dr. Julius Chapiro, will provide an update on liver cancer statistics, diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms and cover the currently approved indications for use of Lipiodol®  (Ethiodized Oil) Injection as an imaging biomarker for the therapy of liver cancer, discuss biological and physiological properties of Lipiodol, offer clinical and preclinical evidence for outcomes of liver-directed therapies with Lipiodol and provide an overview of applications for the use of Lipiodol as a marker for tumor necrosis and treatment response across multiple imaging modalities, including intra-procedural imaging.

    Brought to you by Guerbet.

  • Course Code
    WEB30102020
    Available Until
    8/14/2022
    Course Type
    Webinar
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Date: Friday, October 30, 2020

    Time: 12:00 PM ET

    This webinar presented by Michael C Soulen, MD & Diana van Houten, CRNP, will explain the role of liver directed therapy in patients with metastatic neuroendocrine tumors to liver.

    Brought to you by Guerbet.

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    DJR03012021
    Available Until
    3/1/2023
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Authors: Susan Renda DNP, ANP-BC, CDE, FNAP, FAAN and Tammy Slater DNP, MS, ACNP-BC

    ACTIVITY:  Read the article entitled: Non Opioid Management of Chronic Pain in the Journal of Radiology Nursing, Volume 40, Issue 1, pages 23-29. Answer the questions related to the article. Successful completion of the activity is determined by the learner achieving a passing score of 80% or greater. The learner is permitted to have 2 attempts at achieving a passing score. 1.0 contact hour (including 1 pharmacology hour) will be awarded to the learner after achieving a passing score and completing a Continuing Education Activity Evaluation Form.  A Certificate of Attendance awarding the contact hour will appear after successful completion. You may print a copy of the certificate for your records. 


    The continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

  • Course Code
    DJR03022021
    Available Until
    3/1/2023
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    0.8

    Authors: Katherine A. Raker MSN, RN, CNM and Lora K.Hromadik PhD, RN

    ACTIVITY:  Read the article entitled: Human Trafficking in the Radiology Setting in the Journal of Radiology Nursing, Volume 40, Issue 1, pages 69-74. Answer the questions related to the article. Successful completion of the activity is determined by the learner achieving a passing score of 80% or greater. The learner is permitted to have 2 attempts at achieving a passing score. 0.75 contact hour will be awarded to the learner after achieving a passing score and completing a Continuing Education Activity Evaluation Form.  A Certificate of Attendance awarding the contact hour will appear after successful completion. You may print a copy of the certificate for your records. 

    The continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

  • Course Code
    DJR03032021
    Available Until
    3/1/2023
    Course Type
    Directed Journal Readings
    Contact Hour(s)
    1.0

    Author: Lorie Reilly MSN, CRNP, CPNP-AC

    ACTIVITY:  Read the article entitled: Interesting Cases in Pediatric Radiology: Ingestions, Insertions and Aspirations in the Journal of Radiology Nursing, Volume 40, Issue 1, pages 14-22. Answer the questions related to the article. Successful completion of the activity is determined by the learner achieving a passing score of 80% or greater. The learner is permitted to have 2 attempts at achieving a passing score. 1.0 contact hour will be awarded to the learner after achieving a passing score and completing a Continuing Education Activity Evaluation Form.  A Certificate of Attendance awarding the contact hour will appear after successful completion. You may print a copy of the certificate for your records. 

    The continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    CEM20190715.1
    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.

    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
    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.

Miscellaneous Courses
  • Course Code
    RVIRC082021
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.0

    Date: August 14,15 & 21, 22, 2021.

    Time:  8:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT | 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM ET 

    Faculty: Kristina Hoerl, MSN, RN, CRN and Ellen Arslan, BS, RN, RN,C, CRN

    Contact Hours: 15 (Nursing CEs only)

    Price: Members- $275. Non-Members- $400. Special Group Pricing available until July 1st. 

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is 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
    RVIRC112021
    Available Until
    N/A
    Course Type
    Review Course
    Contact Hour(s)
    15.0

    Date: November 6,7 & November 13,14, 2021.

    Time:  8:00 AM - 12:00 PM PT | 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM MT 

    Faculty: Lauren Miller, MSN-L, RN, CRN and Pauline Lentowski, MSN, RN, CRN

    Contact Hours: 15

    Price: Members- $275. Non-Members- $400. Special Group Pricing available until October 1st.

    The ARIN Imaging Review Course is 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
    WEB01112017
    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.

     

    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
    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
    WEB01242018
    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.

     

    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
    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.

     

    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
    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.

    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
    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
    WEB04112018
    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.

     

    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
    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
    Presented by: Chris Cavanaugh, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

     

  • 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. 

  • Course Code
    WEB5172017
    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.

    Palliative care is an important aspect of the cancer management. The specialty of Interventional Radiology offers a variety of procedures to treat patients that are living with cancer. Radiology nurses play a significant role in the care of patients undergoing palliative care interventions by IR. Join fellow ARIN members for a webinar presentation by Dr. Ana M. Echenique, Associate Professor of Interventional Radiology, University of Miami on "Palliative Care: What IR Nurses Need to Know"

    Ana Echenique, MD is an Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology in the Vascular and Interventional Radiology Department at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. She is Board certified in Diagnostic Radiology with a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Interventional Radiology.

    This activity has been submitted to Alabama State Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours.  Alabama State Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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    2018CapKit
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