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Credit ASRT:1.5

The increased need to navigate to areas impossible to locate through touch, and an increased focus on oncoplastic approaches, have led to the development of several wire-free localization techniques that alleviate some of the evidence-based disadvantages of wire-guided localization. This program aims to educate a broader audience on the latest localization techniques for breast conservation surgery with a specific focus on Radar Localization.


Credit CA:2.0 NCCT: 2.0

This continuing education program will discuss the best practices around leveling and monitoring, challenges associated with external ventricular drain (EVD) therapy, and how evidence-based practices may impact patient outcomes.


Credit CA:1.0

Learn how to identify the key members of your robotics steering committee, how to align them with your hospital’s goals, and how to create ownership in driving toward future growth.


Credit CA:1.0

Review advanced treatment strategies for the management of venous leg ulcers (VLUs) including maintaining an optimal environment for wound healing and the benefits of compression therapy to reduce pain, facilitate healing and prevent recurrence.


Credit CA:2.0

Organizations must address the factors that are within their control to prevent burnout of their most precious commodity, their staff. This continuing education activity will describe observable characteristics associated with burnout, risk factors, and opportunities to enhance resilience and prevent burnout.


Credit CA:1.0

Specific content in this program includes the importance of time and distance in efficacy, safety questions regarding mercury and ozone, as well as key considerations for UV lamps. The goal of this webinar is to help healthcare professionals achieve better patient outcomes by providing a deeper understanding of UV room disinfection.


Credit CA:1.0

This program will discuss the current legislative status for surgical smoke safety in the U.S and the importance of being an advocate for smoke evacuation. There is also a review of the step-by-step process for creating new or updating AORN guidelines. The AORN hierarchy of evidence and guideline recommendation levels are discussed as well the updated AORN guideline for surgical smoke safety.


Credits CA:2.0, NCCT:2.0

Management of bleeding is an important part of any invasive procedure, and a wide variety of topical adjunctive hemostatic agents are available to supplement the surgeon’s application of conventional approaches to this critical outcome. This course begins with a description of the components of whole blood and the natural process of hemostasis, followed by an explanation of where topical hemostats act within this sequence of events.


Credits CA:2.0, NCCT:2.0

This continuing education activity will review the significance of irrigation fluid management, including the clinical care implications related to the use of irrigation fluid throughout the patient’s perioperative journey. The clinical team members’ roles related to irrigation fluid management will be outlined and the complications associated with the use of irrigation during a procedure will be reviewed.


Credits CA:2.0, NCCT:2.0

The scope of this education activity will be limited to continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) to provide more in-depth coverage of differentiating between available options, best practices for glucose control, barriers to adoption, costs, benefits, and key issues related to reimbursement.


Credits CA:2.0, NCCT:2.0

This educational activity will clarify US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements for preoperative skin preparation drug products and discuss recent FDA Safety Communications. The differences between sterile and nonsterile antiseptic solutions will be described as well as issues related to sterilizing antiseptic solutions.


No Credit

Hillrom™ Safe Patient Handling & Mobility - Golvo® Mobile Lift System


Credits CA:2.0, NCCT:2.0

Review the problem of retained surgical items (RSI), including their economic and clinical implications. Assessing human factors, creating a safety, quality culture and how you, as a leader, can help reduce adverse events such as RSIs is also discussed. Strategies to reduce the incidence of RSIs and promote positive patient outcomes, including the role of adjunct technology, are outlined.


Credits CA:2.0, CBSPD:2.0, HSPA:2.0, NCCT:2.0

This educational program identifies the importance of water quality in the Central Services Department (CSD) and the characteristics of water that impact the decontamination and cleaning process of surgical instruments. Learn about water monitoring, steam quality, and the critical role of CSD personnel in optimizing surgical patient outcomes.


Credit CA:2.0

Learn how to develop and harness human factors like attitudes, habits, personalities, and skillsets within your team to optimize the patient care you collectively give.


Credits CA:2.0, NCCT:2.0

This continuing education activity will describe the unique challenges associated with patient positioning during robotic surgical procedures and traditional solutions to steep Trendelenburg positioning. Best practices for patient positioning during robotic surgical procedures will be outlined, and product selection criteria for positioning equipment and devices for use during robotic surgery will be described.


Credit ASRT:1.75

This educational program will discuss ischemic stroke and its sub-types. Secondary stroke and the associated risk factors will be examined, including the need for AF detection in specific ischemic stroke subtypes. Supporting clinical evidence and guidelines will be presented to demonstrate the importance of implementing long-term monitoring strategies reinforced by multidisciplinary collaboration.


Credit CA:2.0

Healthcare providers working in the neonatal intensive care unit often care for patients who have vascular access devices. In this program, we will review umbilical catheters and peripherally inserted central line catheters relating to the neonatal patient. Providers must be aware of proper insertion considerations and appropriate care for these devices to decrease the risk of potentially serious complications.


No Credit

Hillrom™ Safe Patient Handling & Mobility - Viking® Mobile Lift


Credit CA:1.0

This course discusses information relevant to enteral nutrition, access, device selection and placement. It highlights key points that will help nurses educate themselves, their peers, and their patients about how to select the right tube at the right time and ensure successful delivery of enteral nutrition.

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