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This Course Bundle contains all 2022 ARIN Annual Convention presentations from the Convention held June 11 - 13, 2022. There are a total of 22.25 CE Credits available. Individual CEs will appear on your transcript as the evaluation for each session is completed. 

Courses in ARIN Annual Convention - 2022
  • AMC0611202201: Joanna Po: Healthcare Worker Burnout: Evidence-Based Practices for Improving Well-Being and Practicing Resiliency Keynote

    Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

    Time: 10:15 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Cynthia Keener, MSN, RN, NPD-BC,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Define well-being versus healthcare worker burnout.(10 min) 
    2. Discuss the prevalence and severity of healthcare worker burnout.(10 min) 
    3. Building resilience: the science and practice of gratitude.(10 min) 
    4. Using evidence-based, bite-sized resiliency tools: 3 Good Things, Practicing Gratitude and Self-Compassion, Cultivating Awe (30 min) 

  • AMC0611202202: The Radiology Immersion Experience: Partnerships with a Purpose

    Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

    Time: 11:20 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Laura Goliat, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, ANEF and Greg Laukhuf, ND, RN-BC, CRN, NE-BC, FAARIN,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Explain the needs and benefits of an academic-practice partnership to promote radiology nursing as a career .(10 min) 
    2. Describe the leveled, phased-in approach of a Radiology Immersion Experience (RIE) for undergraduate nursing students (20 min) 
    3. Summarize the standardized testing scores of students participating in the RIE (15 min) 
    4. Discuss the implications of the RIE for the future of nursing education and practice (15 min) 

  • AMC0611202203: G,GJ Buttons, NJ and more tubes: Updates in Pediatric Interventional Radiology

    Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

    Time: 11:20 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Lorie Reilly, MSN, CRNP, CPNP-AC and Cynthia Cacciola, RN,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Identify the indications for enteral tubes in pediatric patients. (10 min) 
    2. Describe the types of enteral tubes used in pediatric patients. (20 min) 
    3. Define the complications that occur during insertion and after placement of enteral tubes in pediatric patients.(10 min) 
    4. Describe the care and management of enteral tubes and feeding regimens with pediatric patients. (20 min)  

  • AMC0611202204: Elevating Best Practices: Achieving the Beacon Award for Excellence

    Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

    Time: 11:20 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Dyana Nobrega-Pestana, Nurse Manager and Jennifer Nelson, BSN, RN CCRN-K,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Describe the purpose and design of the Beacon Award for Excellence program. (15 min) 
    2. State three methods to evaluate readiness for the Beacon Award for Excellence journey. (15 min) 
    3. Describe the importance of collaboration in identifying processes and outcome measurement data to prepare your Beacon Award application. (15 min) 
    4. Identify three free resources available to ensure your Beacon 5. Award application results in national recognition. (15 min) 

  • AMC0611202205: Informed Choice Through the Utilization of Patient Decision Aids (PDAs)

    Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

    Time: 1:20 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Margaret Doherty-Simor, RN, MSN, BSN,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Discuss the impact of Health Literacy in relation to patient education and informed consent (15 min) 
    2. List the benefits of Patient Decision Aids (15 min) 
    3. Discuss the difference between Informed Consent and Informed Choice (15 min) 
    4. Identify strategies for implementing Patient Decision Aids in my organization (15 min) 

  • AMC0611202206: Standardization in Interventional Radiology

    Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

    Time: 1:20 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Jennifer Farrell, RN, MSN Management and Leadership,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. I will define standardization, provide common examples, discuss the role that the ANA and TJC play in standardization, and how standardization fits with the High Reliability Organization model. (10 mins) 
    2. Define the benefits of standardization (improve efficiency, reduce errors, and minimize waste).(10 mins) 
    3. Describe a step-by-step approach to implementing standardized practice in IR. I will demonstrate an example of standardization in IR by sharing my IR manual. This will include a review of the table of contents and example pages from each section. (20 mins) 
    4. Highlight my IR manual to include table of contents and example pages from each section (10 mins) 
    5. Identify possible pitfalls/negative effects of standardization and discuss the importance of sustainability and routine examination of practice (10 mins)  

  • AMC0611202207: Stroke, Stroke, Stroke Your Brain… A Look at Strokes in the Pediatric Population

    Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

    Time: 2:30 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Kristina Hoerl, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, CRN,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Overview of stroke (10 min) 
    2. Identify the top 3 causes of ischemic stroke in children (10 min) 
    3. Identify various impacts to the body functions based on location in the brain of the stroke (15 min) 
    4. Identify the sentinel symptoms of pediatric strokes.(10 min) 
    5. Discuss how outcomes and prognosis for children post-stroke are different from adults.(15 min) 

  • AMC0611202208: Percutaneous Balloon Kyphoplasty: Management of Vertebral Compression Fractures

    Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022

    Time: 2:30 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Lucina Francis, BSN, RN, CRN,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Attendees will be able to recall the epidemiology of vertebral fractures.(20 min) 
    2. Participants can describe percutaneous balloon kyphoplasty and list 5 benefits. (10 min) 
    3. Participants can describe the role of the nurse pre, intra and post procedure nursing care.(20 min) 
    4. Attendees will better identify at least 4 complications of kyphoplasty.(10 min) 

  • AMC0612202201: The Healthy Humorist Keynote

    Date: Sunday, June 12, 2022

    Time: 10:15 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This keynote session will be presented by Dr. Brad Nieder, MD.

  • AMC0612202202: Improving Quality of Care: An IPE approach to Decreasing Incorrect Exams, Near Misses, and Sentinel Events

    Date: Sunday, June 12, 2022

    Time: 11:20 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Dr. Therese Binfon, DNP, MSN-Ed, RN, CLNC; Dr. Jessica Coviello,D.N.P., APRN, ANP-BC; Katherine Santos, MBA; Dr.Triston Smith, MD, FSCAI, will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Define the Quality improvement project and its parameters (15 min) 
    2. Introduce and discuss the Learning Health System and its importance in the quality of patient care outcomes (15 min) 
    3. Utilize the "Plan” "Do” "Study" "Acts" to mitigate risk and near mises. (15 min) 
    4. Discuss the role of healthcare professionals to enhance safe, efficient, effective, timely, and quality care to enhance interprofessional collaboration in the Radiology departments.(15 min) 

  • AMC0612202203: Seniors – Procedure/ Imaging Preparation

    Date: Sunday, June 12, 2022

    Time: 11:20 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Majid Khakizadeh, BsN, Healthcare Market Place Specialist, Roya Aghajani, Bachelors of Science in Nursing, will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Age-related changes (20 min) 
    2. Seniors positioning (10 min) 
    3. Main senior health concerns: Fall, Hypothermia, communication (20 min) 
    4. Assisting devices (10 min) 

  • AMC0612202204: Understanding the Complex Nature of End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) in the IR Setting

    Date: Sunday, June 12, 2022

    Time: 1:20 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Melissa Mullen, MSN, RN, will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. The learner will be able to explain the pathophysiology of ESRD (20 min) 
    2. The learned will be able to describe the different IR procedures performed on ESRD patients (20 min) 
    3. The learner will be able to discuss the complications and treatments associated with these procedures (20 min) 

  • AMC0612202205: Hold the Line: CVC Considerations for Vessel Salvage

    Date: Sunday, June 12, 2022

    Time: 1:20 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Mehvish Abbasi, MSN, CPNP-PC, CRN; Amy Lohmann, Lead Nurse Practitioner; Hana Pak, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner; Ginny Than, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner,  will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Learners will recognize key physical assessment findings related to pediatric central line associated sepsis that would necessitate prompt intervention. (20mins) 
    2. Learners will have knowledge to implement a plan for appropriate central venous access when CVC removal is indicated with continued (immediate or future) infusion needs.(20mins) 
    3. Learners will be educated on the importance of collaboration with infectious disease, and vascular specialists/Interventional Radiology, diagnostic studies to aid in mapping/planning (venography, doppler ultrasound). (20mins) 
    4. Learners will be informed on fostering a culture that considers long-term consequences of central venous access for vessel salvage and preservation. (20mins) 

  • AMC0612202206: Hot Topics

    Date: Sunday, June 12, 2022

    Time: 2:30 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This Hot Topics session will be mdoerated by Lauren Miller, MSN-L, RN, CRN, and will feature Kristina Hoerl, Kristina Hoerl, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, CRN; Fernando Villa, MSN, RNC-NIC, RN; Lee Capponi, BSN, RN, CCRN, CRN; Lorie Reilly, MSN, CRNP, CPNP-AC.

     

  • AMC0612202207: Poster Presentations

    Date: Sunday, June 12, 2022

    Time: 2:30 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

  • AMC0613202201: Reimagining Inclusive Leadership Keynote

    Date: Monday, June 13, 2022

    Time: 10:15 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This keynote session will be presented by Netta Jenkins, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Executive.

     

  • AMC0613202202: Procedures on Demand: Building a Procedure and Vascular Access Team

    Date: Monday, June 13, 2022

    Time: 11:20 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Amy Schueler, APRN CNP CNS Michelle Schnurr, NP & Patricia Little, APRN CNP will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Describe the conceptual model of a Procedure and Vascular Access Service.(15 min)
    2. Describe the evidenced base approach for image guided procedures within the Procedure and Vascular Access Service.(15 min)
    3. Describe the evidenced base approach to the non-image guided procedures within the Procedure and Vascular Access Service. (15 min)
    4. Evaluate future implications and models of care delivery of an APP lead service.(15 min)

  • AMC0613202203: Preprocedure Anticoagulation Medication Management for Interventional Radiology

    Date: Monday, June 13, 2022

    Time: 11:20 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Danielle Holland, DNP, RN will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Discuss the reasons for Process Improvement project selected. The demand for minor invasive procedures in Interventional Radiology has increased dramatically over the past few decades. Work efficiency must be maximized to increase procedural volume and throughput to decrease delays, increase access to care, and provide timely diagnosis and treatment. Preprocedure coordination of anticoagulation medications will decrease the need to cancel and reschedule procedures due to improper patient preparation. This issue impacts patient safety, access to care, patient and staff satisfaction, financial loss and is critical to address right now.(15 min) 
    2. Discuss how the project was facilitated by staff (15 min) 
    3. Discuss process improvement project. The design of this QI project was a pre and post-assessment of a new workflow. Pre-and post-intervention data were collected for the current number of procedures that were canceled or rescheduled. The workflow was trialed for one month, and the post-intervention data were collected three weeks after the project began. The project’s methodology will be that the new workflow will decrease canceled or rescheduled procedures.(15 min) 
    4. Discuss findings of process improvement. The pre and post intervention data will be compared to assess if the new workflow decreased the need for procedures to be canceled and rescheduled due to improper anticoagulation management of preprocedure medications (15 min) 

  • AMC0613202204: Empowering Health Care Professionals: An Interprofessional Education Model Implementation and Evaluation

    Date: Monday, June 13, 2022

    Time: 11:20 AM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Dr. Therese Binfon, DNP, MSN-Ed, RN, CLNC; Dr. Jessica Coviello, D.N.P., APRN, ANP-BC; Cedric B Wilson, MBA, RT(R)(MR); Joan L. Gelrud, RN, MSN, CPHQ, FACHE, will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Define interprofessional education and introduce the need for interprofessional collaboration in healthcare (15 min) 
    2. Introduce TeamSTEPPS principles and Teamwork and the concept of appropriate Teamwork and collaboration in the radiologic space (15 min) 
    3. Describe the utilization of mentorship and TeamSTEPPS in implementing the IPE model for the education and training of healthcare professionals (15 min) 
    4. Discuss the enhancement of the practice experiences of participants in the Radiology Department using a Highly Reliable Teams Training (HRTT) course.(15 min) 

  • AMC0613202205: Using a Mentorship Approach to Address the Underrepresentation of Ethnic Minorities in Senior Nursing Leadership

    Date: Monday, June 13, 2022

    Time: 1:20 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Dr. Dewi Brown-DeVeaux, DNP, BS, RN-ONC will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Self-Efficacy - Improve participants perception of self-efficacy The foundation of this objective is to offer to coach and allow each participant to assess his/her nursing leadership journey. This includes the differences between coaching styles, networking, and sponsorship. Individual mentoring and its importance. How do we identify potential mentors, and approach a mentor by email or in-person, how to construct an “ask,” and how to arrange an initial in-person meeting.(15 minutes) 

    2. Negotiation, collaboration, and networking - How to increase readiness for executive roles. Identify your own negotiation skills and utilize them to move along the career ladder.  Develop a personal network consisting of individuals committed to the same mutual development. (15 minutes) 

    3. The paradigm of leadership  - Increase potential for career development and advancement to senior leadership roles in healthcare among program participants. Conflict resolution and the feeling of belonging - the old tale that minorities must work that much harder to climb the career ladder for every cultural difference. Organizations should be intentional and purposeful in creating diversity programs to increase their diversity workforce and advance health equity.(15 mins) 

    4. Quality of life and success in a diverse leadership pool (15 mins) 

  • AMC0613202206: Implementing Emerging Approaches to Peripheral Access in Radiology

    Date: Monday, June 13, 2022

    Time: 1:20 PM ET

    Price: Included with 2022 convention registration

    This session, presented by Douglas Wright, Bachelors of Science in Nursing. RN, BSN, CCRN will discuss the learning outcomes below:

    1. Identify the importance of successful IV placement on the first attempt (15 min) 
    2. Understand the value of the Difficult IV Assessment (DIVA) scoring tool and the process followed for implementation. (15 min) 
    3. Understanding the impact of a patient centered USG PIV therapy program (15 min) 
    4. Understand the hurdles to implementing a successful USG PIV therapy program (15 min)