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Presented on March 25 at 8:30
By Dr. Davidson is an Interventional Radiology Specialist in Cleveland, Ohio. He graduated with honors from Jefferson Medical College Of Thomas Jefferson University in 1995.Having more than 21 years of diverse experiences, especially in Interventional Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology, Dr. Jon C Davidson affiliates with many hospitals including University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, St John Medical Center, University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center, Inc, Parma Community General Hospital Association, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists in medical group University Hospitals Medical Group Inc.Dr. Davidson is commonly asked to serve as an expert witness, complete independent medical examinations (IMEs), provide second opinions, complete medical file reviews, and to provide service as a medical expert witness.He was named to the 2015 and 2016 Best Doctors in America list in Vascular Interventional Radiology and one of Cleveland’s Top Doctors by Cleveland.
Piera Cote-Robson - I am the co-chair of the subcommittee on contrast reactions to our radiology QA committee. I have reviewed every contrast reaction for the past 10 months and have worked to update and revise our policy to optimize practice within our department. I maintain metrics on contrast reactions to evaluate practice effectively. I provide continuing education classes to new staff member. Former Director of Leadership Development for ARIN. Certified Radiology Nurse. My degrees are from Lafayette College (BA-Biology), Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (BSN), and City University of NY, and Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing (MSN- Adult Nurse Practitioner). I became a nurse at Memorial Sloan-Kettering in 1996 starting on the thoracic oncology floor and then moving to Interventional Radiology (IR). From 2011-2012, I worked as Patient Safety Program Manager. I returned to radiology to become Clinical Nurse Specialist for Radiology in 2012. I am also a practicing student health nurse practitioner. I have completed the Institute for Health Care improvement Patient Safety Executive training. My research interests include quality of life after interventional radiology procedures.
Ryan M. Hickey, MD, - Dr. Hickey completed his residency at Northwestern University, McGaw Medical Center in Interventional Radiology in 2012. He is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology, and Vascular & Interventional Radiology. He is an Associate Professor of Radiology. He is widely published and frequent researcher on hepatocellular carcinoma.
Presented on March 25, 2019 by Jean Marie Bolger, MSN, RN
Jean M. Bolger, is the nurse manager for the Interventional Radiology Department at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and the section supervisor for Ultrasound and Mammography. Jeannie obtained her Associates degree in Nursing at New Hampshire Technical College and her Masters degree in Nursing Leadership at Franklin Pierce University. Jeannie also holds a BS degree in Nutrition from Fordham University (formerly, Marymount College). Jeannie is starting her 4th year as the nurse manager in Radiology. She also manages and reviews all the quality and safety incident reporting for the entire Radiology Department and is a certified Yellow Belt in the Lean Six Sigma process improvement certification program.
Presented on March 25 by Lorie Reilly, MSN, CRNP, CPNP-AC
Lorie Reilly is an experienced Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Educator. Her 38 years of experience span the areas of clinical practice and the classroom. She is an Advanced Senior Lecturer in the Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She is a know expert in Pediatric Sedation and has represented nursing on a national level in her roles on the Executive Board, Chairperson of the Nursing and Allied Health Committee, and presenter for the Society for Pediatric Sedation. She is on the Editorial Board of Journal of Radiology Nursing and authors the Just Pediatrics Column. She co-presented a didactic program and Pediatric Sedation/Airway Workshop at the 2018 ARIN conference
Presented on March 25th by Millie Sattler, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN
Millie Sattler is the Unit Director of Interventional Radiology at Emory St. Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta, Ga. Millie has been a nurse for over 35 years I have been a nurse for over 33 years with clinical specialties ranging from Emergency and Critical Care, Critical Care Transport Team, Interventional Radiology, Bed Management and Throughput, Nursing Leadership, and had an amazing opportunity to serve as a Magnet Program Director.
She received a Diploma in Nursing from St. Elizabeth’s School of Nursing in Youngstown, Ohio, furthered her education with the completion of a BSN, MSN, and DNP all from Chamberlain College of Nursing.
She a life long learner committed to patient care, patient safety, nurse engagement and nurse advocacy. She is currently a member Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, the American Nurses Association, the Association of Radiology Imaging Nursing and has served on the New Hampshire Nurse’s Association on the Nurses Practice Commission Board. She is currently in the developmental stages of creating a Georgia State ARIN chapter and is serving as the President in the Atlanta area.
Presented by: Susan Thibeault, MS, MBA, CRNA, CLNC, CCRN, CFRN, EMT-P
Presented on: Monday, March 26th, 2019
Lunch and Learn
-Nuances of monitoring ventilation with capnography during procedural sedation cases
-Considerations for etCO2 monitoring with supplemental O2 delivery
-Literature and evidence supporting capnography monitoring along with some case studies
Presented on March 25 by Nicole Jensen, BSN, RN
I am the Clinical Resource Nurse, considered Radiology nursing practice expert, in a busy Radiology practice. I have 5 years radiology staff nurse experience and 3 years as the Radiology Clinical Resource Nurse, totaling 8 years of Radiology experience. I sit on many departmental committees, including, Contrast and Medication Committee, CT and Ultrasound Operations, and our Radiology Safety Committee to bring current evidence based research into our practice. I advise the Nursing Clinical Practice Committee and have been a part of that committee for 5 years. In these committees, we work closely with Radiologists/proceduralists, Nursing staff, and Technologists to ensure patient safety and that evidence based practice initiatives are implemented. I have worked through multiple quality and safety improvement projects that involved a variety of disciplines, modalities, and scope of practice issues. This Risk Mitigation project was facilitated by working collaboratively with Radiologists/Proceduralists, Radiology Registered Nurses, and Technologists/Sonographers within the CT and US practices.
Presented on March 25 by Rose Gazelle Lozada, BSN, RN, OCN
I graduated from Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing on 2012. I am presently taking her Master's of Nursing in Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist. I started my nursing career at Salcare Home Health Services as a home care nurse, visiting patients at their homes, located in all five boroughs of New York City. I eventually moved to Queens Hospital Center, in 2013 at a medical-surgical unit. After three years, I transitioned to an intensive care unit in the same facility. The 16-bedded unit houses medical, surgical and cardiac ICU patients. In 2017, I transferred to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, in Radiology and Imaging department, and currently holding a Clinical Nurse III position.
Presented on March 25, 2019
Panel Members - Pauline Lentowski, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CRN; Sylvia Miller, MSN, RN and Lora Cheek, RN, SCRN
Presented on March 25, 2019 at 10:30 am
Karen L. Green, MHA, BSN, RN, CRN
As a registered nurse with over 30 years of experience in several arenas, I have witnessed the introduction of many infectious processes. Currently, I am the Infection Prevention Nurse for my facility, a role which has increased my awareness of infections both potential and active. Working in an outpatient facility brings more challenges due to the limited resources at hand, so it is imperative that I educate myself so I am better able to assist my co-workers while keeping our patients safe and free from infections. I hope to share this knowledge with my colleagues during the ARIN Convention.
I have been a registered nurses for over 30 years working in a variety of settings, such as emergency, consulting, educating, and interventional radiology. My roles include staff nurse, nurse manager, educator, consultant and teacher. My post high school education includes attending a hospital-based nursing program where I earned the honor of sitting for the examination leading to my Registered Nurse License in Pennsylvania.
A few years later I began my college education to attain my BSN. A Master's Degree in Health Administration (MHA) followed 2 years later. Shortly thereafter, I was honored to be chosen to attend Villanova University to complete a Post-Master's Certificate in Nursing Administration. I have also held certifications in emergency nursing and currently hold the credential of Certified Radiology Nurse.
Presented March 25 2019 by Connie Kader, RN
Connie Kader, RN, CRN, clinical Nurse III, 20 years a nurse with 10 years experience taking time off to raise my 2 children.
Works and lives in Orange, Southern Ca @ UC Irvine Medical Center for 10 years
Past presenter in Chicago SIR 2011, SIR attendee 4 years
Currently working as clinical nurse in IR, as PCC, with past experience in Case Manager IR & filling in occasionally for Nurse practitioners with physicians in clinic in the past prior to hiring multiple NPs.