Upcoming Webinars

Upcoming Webinar

Sign up for one of our upcoming webinars, designed especially for perioperative professionals.

Online registration is removed when the webinar begins. For assistance logging in or registering by phone, please call AORN Experience Services at 800-755-2676.

Can't make it to a live webinar? Register for the replay after the event and watch at your convenience. Webinar recordings are available two business days after the live webinar.

Accreditation Information

Guidelines Update: Surgical Attire

April 25, 2019

Speaker: Lisa Spruce, DNP, RN, CNS-CP, CNOR, ACNS, ACNP, FAAN


AORN’s Surgical Attire Guideline has been updated. Join this webinar to learn what’s new and different related to surgical attire; the new evidence rating model; and, how the guideline layout has changed to help you easily find content to use to promote evidence-based practices.

Outcomes


- Identify what’s new and what has changed in the surgical attire guideline.
- Describe the new evidence rating model.
- Explain the new layout for the guideline documents.

Broadening the Lens: BSN Education for the OR

May 7, 2019

Speaker: Georgia Dinndorf-Hogenson, PhD, RN, CNOR


Complex patient needs, an aging population, and multifaceted health care environments are challenges perioperative RNs face when caring for surgical patients. Multiple educational pathways are available to enter the nursing profession. Join this webinar to learn the rationales for seeking a baccalaureate degree in nursing.

Outcomes


The learner will be able to discuss three rationales for seeking a baccalaureate degree as a perioperative RN in the OR.

Guidelines Update: Prevention of Unplanned Patient Hypothermia

May 8, 2019

Speaker: Byron L. Burlingame, MS, RN, BSN, CNOR


This webinar will describe the changes to the Guideline for Unplanned Patient Hypothermia including the need for all patients to have either a passive or active hypothermia prevention methods applied. There will also be a discussion about all of the different methods for prevention and a section on temperature measurement.

Outcomes


- Describe which patients are at risk for developing hypothermia.
- List three different methods for temperature measurement.
- State three different methods for passive prevention of hypothermia.
- State three different methods for active prevention of hypothermia.

Price: Free