Achieving Higher Quality in Patient Care
Join us this fall at a one-day workshop to advance your strategies for putting the latest guidelines into practice.
AORN nurse authors of the Guidelines for Perioperative Practice will take you beyond the basics with discussions of top patient-centered approaches and clinical skills to take back to your facility to improve quality.
You'll also take part in hands-on activities using surgical devices and scenarios that help boost confidence and enhance patient care.
Education sessions and hands-on activities include:
- Key actions to prevent SSIs in difficult clinical situations
- Test your knowledge of VTE prevention and play Beat the Clot
- Limiting the spread of transmissible infectious agents
- Implementing an effective surgical smoke-free program
Featured Hot Topic
Updates to the Surgical Attire Guideline – luncheon discussion and Q&A.
Presented by nurse authors of AORN’s Guidelines for Perioperative Practice.
Contact Hours: 4.5 CHs
Earn 4.5 CNE contact hours by attending the four education sessions. This program is also approved for up to 4.0 hours of AEUs and up to 2.0 hours of IPCHs by BASC Provider #0102.*
Where will you attend? Register today.
|Chicago, IL||Saturday, September 21||Register|
|San Francisco, CA||Saturday, October 19||Register|
|Orlando, FL||Saturday,October 26||Register|
|Atlanta, GA||Saturday, November 2||Register|
|Houston, TX||Saturday, November 9||Register|
|Baltimore, MD||Saturday, November 16||Register|
Interested in attending for FREE? Registration to Beyond Essentials: Enhancing Quality Care is included with AORN Leader Membership.
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*Attendees will need to complete the electronic evaluations to earn the contact hours.
To maximize open discussion, seminar attendance is limited to perioperative nurses and related healthcare personnel currently employed and working in a surgical setting. Individuals working as independent consultants or as employees of medical device and other companies are ineligible to attend.
AORN would like to thank our 2019 industry partners.