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ARIN 2023 Annual Convention - Day 3

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This Course Bundle contains all 2023 ARIN Annual Convention presentations from the Convention on March 7, 2023. 

Please do note that not every sessions has a recording, some sessions only have the CE credit.

Courses in ARIN 2023 Annual Convention - Day 3
  • AC2023T01: General Session - Hot Topics

    Panel: Melanie Priest, Pauline Lentowski, Sylvia Miller and Daphne Penaflor

    Time: 8:30am-10:00am

    Room: Valley of The Sun C

    Join us for the Annual ARIN Hot Topics session! Come prepared with any questions you may want to ask our expert panel.

  • AC2023T02: Are you Experiencing Burnout? Let's Talk

    Speaker: Lauren Miller

    Time: 10:30am-11:30am

    Room: Valley of The Sun B

    I have a personal story of burnout to the point where I considered leaving nursing. It has now become a passion of mine to help others determine their level of burnout and figure out what to do next. Discussion of how to tell if you are experiencing burnout, and tips and technique to mitigate it if you are

  • AC2023T03: Academic-Practice Collaboration: Radiology Immersions and Practicum Experiences for Undergraduate Nursing Students

    Speaker: Dr. Greg Laukhuf & Dr. Laura Goliat

    Time: 10:30am-11:30am

    Room: Valley of The Sun C

    This session focuses on an ongoing academic-practice collaboration and joint development of a 3-Phased Radiology Immersion Experience (RIE) for undergraduate nursing students. Presenters will discuss the implementation of Phase I (Group Immersion in Radiology); Phase II (Clinical Experience with Nurse Preceptors in Radiology), and Phase III (Extended Practicum Experience in Radiology). The RIE curriculum, student surveys, and standardized testing will be shared. Lessons learned will be discussed on this ongoing journey aimed at exposing students to radiology nursing, advancing student nurse knowledge of radiology at the point-of-care, and potentially generating interest in radiology as a career choice in the future.

  • AC2023T04: MRI and Para Magnetics

    Speaker: Pauline Lentowski

    Time: 1:00pm-2:00pm

    Room: Valley of The Sun C

    This presentation will discuss what the MI professional needs to know about Gadolinium and MRI. The presentation will start with a review discussing basics of MRI and how it works. Understanding MRI basics will assist the attendee on further understanding how MRI contrasts such as gadolinium work. Also discussed will be paramagnetics which are types of contrast used in MRI: what they are, how they are classified, and the different types seen today. We will discuss the 3 different Gadolinium contrast based groups; and why this is important. Next the presentation will provide the risks and benefits associated with the administration of MRI contrast such as gadolinium.

    Discussed will be patient preparation and screening prior to receiving MRI. This portion will focus on what conditions will possibly exclude the patient from receiving MRI contrast.

    Finally, will discuss how to keep our patient safe from adverse effects by proper screening and assessment.

  • AC2023T05: Enhancing Interprovider Communication for Better Patient Outcomes

    Speaker: Tali Fudim

    Time: 1:00pm-2:00pm

    Room: Valley of The Sun B

    Communication is a critical aspect of healthcare, and implementing effective strategies can greatly improve patient outcomes and enhance the overall quality of care. To explore this topic, we will examine strategies for effective communication and how they can improve patients' outcomes and minimize errors. We will discuss how over communication can lead to negative consequences. We will also share several communication improvement projects from our institution, as well as case studies of both good and poor communication, to understand how they have affected patients' care

  • AC2023T06: Impact of Respiratory Compromise in Inpatient Interventional Radiology Procedures with Moderate Sedation in the US

    Speaker: Jun Dizon

    Time: 2:15pm-3:15pm

    Room: Valley of The Sun C

    The presentation will highlight the impact of moderate sedation during procedures in the Interventional Radiology. It highlights basic moderate sedation education and the importance of the use of capnography. It also contains practical recommendations from various medical societies and governing bodies.

  • AC2023T07: Crucial Conversations

    Speaker: Karen Green

    Time: 2:15pm-3:15pm

    Room: Valley of The Sun B

    I have presented numerous sessions on Nurse Bullying. This has been, and continues to be, a topic discussed during ARIN Conferences. I believe the next logical step is to focus on the conversations that need to occur to decrease and eliminate bullying. While difficult to initiate, once the topic is raised, positive outcomes an occur.

  • AC2023T08: Leadership in Nursing Professional Organizations

    Speaker: Donna Margiotta

    Time: 3:30pm-4:30pm

    Room: Valley of The Sun C

    Every nurse can become involved in their professional nursing organization. The willingness to volunteer time and talent benefits the growth of the organization, the nursing profession, and the individual. Professional nursing organizations provide educational opportunities for nurses, comradery, shared experiences and provide leadership opportunities for members.

    Nursing leadership is one of the single most important factors in motivating and inspiring nurses. Becoming a leader in your nursing organization offers many opportunities for growth. More importantly, nursing leaders in their professional organization advance the profession, motivate, mentor and inspire members.