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This course is designed to provide the perioperative nurse with the knowledge, workflows, and clinical skills necessary to transition to a sterile field or scrub role.

The preceptor role is essential to ensuring your new team members are able to learn and assimilate effectively in the periop environment. Learn about AORN’s solutions to create a robust preceptor program.

Whether you’re making a business case for a capital purchase, advocating for a policy change, or managing everyday conversations, see what it takes to be an effective leader with strong negotiation skills.

Explore the latest emergent technologies in the perioperative world that are poised to transform the care delivery model and hear how your peers have become early adopters.

Glean insights from a live panel of three perioperative leaders as they share lessons learned and unexpected wins during their journey to safely staff their department and maximize retention.

This course provides an overview of the anatomical and physiological differences between children and adults and reviews the developmental stages that establish the basis for safe care. Learners will be able to use knowledge from this course to formulate an age-appropriate plan of care throughout the perioperative process.

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Join AORN for a first-of-its-kind Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Summit live.

This 1 CEU webinar prepares a perioperative nurse to understand perioperative considerations of TASS prevention.

Take the first step to recognize, address, and eradicate the prevalent, disruptive behaviors that could be undermining your workforce culture. Designed for frontline healthcare leaders, this self-study is designed to help you cultivate a professional, supportive and respectful workforce culture.

Part of the ASC Academy Leadership Guides series, this course provides ASC leaders with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to plan, conduct and evaluate the effectiveness of emergency drills: fire, local anesthetic systemic toxicity, active shooter, cardiac arrest, hospital transfer, and malignant hyperthermia.

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