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Increase your knowledge of anesthesia methods to assist the anesthesia professional in delivering safe patient care.
A Guide to Governance provides ASC Leaders necessary training on governance, licensure, preparation for accreditation survey, and credentialing. It also includes various implementation tools to take the guesswork out of putting your knowledge into practice.
This course is the ambulatory surgery center (ASC) leader's go-to resource for comprehensive training on Quality and Risk Management, which is vital to the success of your surgery center.
This course meets the CMS requirements for infection control training in an ASC and follows the CMS Ambulatory Surgical Center Infection Control Surveyor Worksheet.
Register for AORN’s leadership training course for ambulatory administrators and learn how to run a more profitable ASC and prepare for the CASC exam.
The premier review course for the ambulatory infection preventionist certification exam. Study for the CAIP exam and learn infection prevention best practices.
This course features a Virtual Live Panel Discussion and Q and A regarding hot topics in the ASC.
Postoperative care in the ASC setting includes the same phases of care provided in an inpatient postanesthesia care unit (PACU).
Preoperative nursing care in the ambulatory center (ASC) is an important aspect of the patient’s ambulatory care experience.
Learn the physiological and psychosocial aspects of the perioperative assessment.
To keep their young patients safe, surgical teams must understand the anatomical and physiological differences between children and adults.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is fundamental to quality patient care. It provides clinicians the tools needed to promote safer patient care and positive patient outcomes in all care settings.
Learn how to address the complex requirements in caring for the obstetric patient in the perioperative phases of care.
Acquire basic nursing care considerations for a patient undergoing minimally invasive or endoscopic surgery.
Acquire essential knowledge on environmental cleaning in the surgical setting to help minimize exposure to infectious organisms.
This program will provide your technicians with tools they need to improve surgical outcomes, lower repair costs, and reduce risk.
The purpose of the Guidelines Assessment is to identify gaps in knowledge, clinical reasoning skills, and problem-solving skills related to current Guidelines for Perioperative Practice.
Learn the most effective ways to optimize patient care practices through proper hand hygiene.
Learn to use the nursing process in documenting safe and effective patient care in the perioperative setting.
Learn about various methods of hemostasis, the use of sponges and drains, and ways to prevent retained surgical items (RSIs).