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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.
This online course discusses retained surgical items and uses scenario-based technology to improve skills. Learn more and earn public recognition.
This online course is a comprehensive surgical smoke-free recognition program for facilities who want to ensure a smoke-free environment. Learn more and register.
Perioperative and procedural teams who use lasers are invited to join AORN for a half-day, virtual live training to understand and implement evidence-based laser safety processes. This course meets annual training requirements and provides guidance to keep yourself and your patients safe.
Join AORN for a 1½-day virtual live advanced course for Medical Laser Safety Officers to ensure you have the most current information and tools to safeguard your colleagues and patients — and be successful in this important leadership role.
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.
AORN’s Knowledge Assessment is an online evaluation designed to identify the knowledge gaps of experienced nurses and travelers.
Periop 101: A Core Curriculum ASC is the premier perioperative education program for nurses entering the ambulatory setting.
This course provides key guidance for the perioperative nurse to increase their knowledge and assist them in providing optimal care for the patient undergoing a hand and wrist procedure in the inpatient or outpatient setting.
This course provides key topics for perioperative nurses to increase their knowledge and provide optimal care for the patient undergoing gastrointestinal (GI) procedures of the upper and lower GI tract.