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Standards of Practice Webinar 2 of 4: Developing
a Strategic Approach for IV Therapy

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
In this webinar, the second in a four-part series with NADONA, we will discuss current standards of practice for IV therapies. We’ll cover the dynamics of fluid and electrolyte imbalance, pharmacology, infection control, vascular access devices, hypodermolysis, geriatric considerations, and risk management, including infusion complications.

Date and Time:
Tuesday, February 7, 2023
1:00pm ET / 12:00pm CT

Key Learnings
By the end of this webinar, attendee participants should be able to:

  • Review the objectives and components of fluid and electrolyte imbalance.
  • Discuss the components of site selection (peripheral vs central) due to anticipated length of therapy, PH of drug or fluid, osmolarity of fluid, and venous access.
  • Discuss common complications of IV and their associated signs and symptoms.
  • Review geriatric considerations of IV therapy.

Presented by:
Jacqueline Fine Vance, RNC, BSN, IP-BC, CDP, ASCOM, LBBP, CDONA/LTC, FACDONA, is a registered nurse with board certifications in Gerontological Nursing, a long-term care director of nursing administration, a board-certified Infection Preventionist, and a certified dementia care practitioner, and has a certificate of mastery in antibiotic stewardship and a technical diploma in Personal Nutrition, Diet, and Weight Loss Management.

Martha Dietz, BSN, RN, CRNI, VA-BC, is the corporate IV nurse for PharMerica's long-term care pharmacy, where she serves as a resource for more than 90 pharmacies across the country and is the author of educational programs, policies, and procedures in infusion therapy for PharMerica's customers.

CE STATEMENT
Provider approved by the CABRN, Provider # CEP 15467. Valid in the U.S. for Nursing CEUs. This program is approved for Continuing Education for 1 total participant hour with NAB/NCERS with 20240206-1-A89763-DL.

Audience member MUST be in attendance for at least 50 minutes to receive 1 contact hour.

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