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ALL Annual Meeting Sessions from 2018 Los Angeles

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Sunday Sessions

  • Gold Medal Lecture: Why You Should Care: The Evolving Role of IR and Splenic Artery Embolization: Different Indications and Different Techniques
  • MIIPS - Spreading the Word and Why it's the Future of Medicine (the II)
  • Advanced Musculosketetal Intervention
  • Attention, Effort, and Medical Errors
  • General Anesthesia vs Conscious Sedation
  • Comfort Talk-Coping Strategies for Stress Managment
  • MRI Safety and Patient Management: Update 2018

 Monday, March 19, 2018

  • Joanna Po Lecture Series: Totally Rad Introductory Competencies
  • The Experiences of Nurses in the Community Setting Caring for Patients with an Interventional Radiology Drain – An Irish Perspective
  • Cerebral Aneurysm Management: Nursing Care Matters
  • Evidence Based Staffing Strategies Improve Patient Flow in Interventional Radiology
  • Collaborate and Communicate: A Practice Council for Medical Imaging Professions
  • The Occasional Researcher
  • You Too Can Publish! - Workshop
  • Inferior Petrosal Sinus Sampling: The Nursing Role
  • Vascular Malformations
  • Redesign of Nursing Orientation in a Medical Imaging Unit: A Pathway to Success

Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at Los Angeles, CA

  • Violence in Healthcare: Let’s Address the Elephant in the Room
  • Imaging Modalities for Breast Cancer Screening
  • Kids are Different: How to Treat Them That Way in Your Radiology Department
  • Sedation in Interventional Radiology: Breaking Down the Barriers
  • No Surgical Items Left Behind: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to the Surgical Count Process
  • Presenting and Designing a Podium Presentation - Workshop
  • Anesthesia-Free Pediatric Head MRI Scans: Using an Interprofessional Approach
  • Improving First Case Starts Efficiency in Interventional Radiology
  • Creation and Implementation of the 1st Graduate Nurse Orientation Program Specifically Designed for IR: Process, Template, & Lessons  Learned
  • Technetium-99 (Tc-99m): A Versatile Isotope
  • Comparison of Transradial vs. Transfemoral access for vascular interventional procedures
  • Scanning Patients with Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices in MRI
  • Utilizing CO2 Angiography to Reduce the Incidence of Contrast-Induced Nephrotoxicity and Allergic Reaction
  • Preventing Extravasation: The Nursing Role in Power Injection and Access Selection

 

Courses in ALL Annual Meeting Sessions from 2018 Los Angeles
  • 2018AMSunG1: Why You Should Care: The Evolving Role of IR and Splenic Artery Embolization: Different Indications and Different Techniques

  • 2018AMSunG2: MIIPS - Spreading the Word and Why it's the Future of Medicine (the ii)

  • 2018AMSunG3: Advanced Musculosketetal Intervention

  • 2018AMSunG4: Attention, Effort, and Medical Errors

  • 2018AMSunG5: General Anesthesia vs Conscious Sedation

  • 2018AMSunG7: Comfort Talk-Coping Strategies for Stress Management

  • 2018AMSunG8: MRI Safety and Patient Management: Update 2018

  • 2018AMMonC6: You Too Can Publish! - Workshop

  • 2018AMMonC7: Inferior Petrosal Sinus Sampling: The Nursing Role

  • 2018AMMonC8: Vascular Malformations

  • 2018AMMonC9: Redesign of Nursing Orientation in a Medical Imaging Unit: A Pathway to Success

  • 2018AMMonG10: Challenges in Anticoagulation for the IR Team 2018 - SIR JOINT

  • 2018AMMonG9: Joanna Po Lecture Series: Totally Rad Introductory Competencies

    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.

  • 2018AMMonC1: The Experiences of Nurses in the Community Setting Caring for Patients with an Interventional Radiology Drain – An Irish Perspective

  • 2018AMMonC2: Cerebral Aneurysm Management: Nursing Care Matters

  • 2018AMMonC3: Evidence Based Staffing Strategies Improve Patient Flow in Interventional Radiology

  • 2018AMMonC4: Collaborate and Communicate: A Practice Council for Medical Imaging Professions

  • 2018AMMonC5: The Occasional Researcher

  • 2018AMTUEG13: Violence in Healthcare: Let’s Address the Elephant in the Room

  • 2018AMTUEC11: Imaging Modalities for Breast Cancer Screening

  • 2018AMTUEC13: Kids are Different: How to Treat Them That Way in Your Radiology Department

  • 2018AMTUEC14: Sedation in Interventional Radiology: Breaking Down the Barriers

  • 2018AMTUEC15: No Surgical Items Left Behind: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to the Surgical Count Process

  • 2018AMTUEC16: Anesthesia-Free Pediatric Head MRI Scans: Using an Interprofessional Approach

  • 2018AMTUEC17: Improving First Case Starts Efficiency in Interventional Radiology

  • 2018AMTUEC18: Creation and Implementation of the First Graduate Nurse Orientation Program Specifically Designed for IR: Process, Template, and Lessons Learned

  • 2018AMTUEC19: Technetium-99 (Tc-99m): A Versatile Isotope

  • 2018AMTUEC20: Comparison of Transradial vs. Transfemoral access for vascular interventional procedures

  • 2018AMTUEC21: Scanning Patients with Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices in MRI

  • 2018AMTUEC22: Utilizing CO2 Angiography to Reduce the Incidence of Contrast-Induced Nephrotoxicity and Allergic Reaction

  • 2018AMTUEC23: The Clinical Nurse Specialist Role in the Development of a Consistent Approach to the Management of Patients with a Clinically Complex Airway

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  • 2018AMTUEC24: Preventing Extravasation: The Nursing Role in Power Injection and Access Selection

  • 2018AMTUEW5: Presenting and Designing a Podium Presentation - Workshop