Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nursing 7th Annual Fall Symposium and Imaging Nurse Review Cour

Organization: Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nursing / ARIN

Venue: Hyatt Regency Cincinnati

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 28, 2013 / 8:00 am - (EST) End Date/Time: Sep 29, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (EST)
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Description

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend, to network and to engage with speakers in the field.

We are offering 2 concurrent educational tracks.

Track One        2-Day Imaging Nurse Review Course for 15 contact hours

The ARIN Imaging Nurse Review Course is a 2-day course designed to provide an overview of the skills required for the nurse working in the imaging, interventional, and therapeutic environments.   This course can also be used to prepare for the radiologic nursing certification exam. It is not designed as a single study tool to prepare for this exam; however, it is a useful resource when used in conjunction with other study materials.        

  • Fees for the 2-Day Imaging Nurse Review Course     ARIN Member $245              Non-Member* $295

Track Two        2-Day Symposium with 11 general session presentations for 12 contact hours. 

  1. Venous Disease: Presentation and Management in the Interventional Suite — Is This Pandora’s Box? presented by Freddie Katai, MD
  2. Options for Trans-Arterial Liver Directed Therapy presented by Karen Marshall, BSN, RN
  3. Determining the Safest and Most Effective Oral Pediatric Sedation Medication presented by Deborah Stosick, RN    
  4. Acute Stroke Care — IR to the Rescue presented by Brenda Boone, PhD, RN, CRN
  5. Impact of Nursing Practice Changes on Blood Patch Rates in Post-Lumber Puncture Patients in the Outpatient Radiology Department: A Three-Year Quality Improvement Project presented by Karen Parelhoff, RN
  6. Breast Cancer and Imaging presented by Katherine Duncan, BA, RN, CRN
  7. The Great High Five: The Integration and Implementation of Aseptic Techniques in the Interventional Radiology Procedural Setting presented by Beth Fitzgerald, MSN, RN, CNOR / Sarah Drummonds, BS, RN and  Inga Sinyangwe, MSN, RN
  8. Minimally Invasive Options for the Treatment of Uterine Fibroids presented by Michael Wilson, MBA, BSN, RN 
  9. Hot Topics, Christine Keough, BSN, RN, CRN and Tiffany Hansen, BSN, RN, CRN
  10. Case Study: Postpartum Cerebral Angiopathy and Intraventricular Nicardipine presented by Eileen Derks-Wilson, MSN, RN, CEN 
  11. Circling the Hepatic Spheres presented by Kathleen Baker, MBA, BSN, RN, CCRN, CNRN, NE-BC           

Note: Speaker Presentations for the General Symposium will be posted on the website for attendees to download prior, during and after the event.

  • Fees for the General Symposium                       ARIN Member $245                    Non-Member* $295 One-Day Registration (Symposium only)            ARIN Member $145                    Non-Member* $170

Venue

151 W. Fifth Street
Cincinnati
Ohio
United States
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Organizations

Association for Radiologic & Imaging Nursing / ARIN
390 Amwell Road
Hillsborough
New Jersey
08844
United States

Conference Speakers

  1. Venous Disease: Presentation and Management in the Interventional Suite — Is This Pandora’s Box? presented by Freddie Katai, MD
  2. Options for Trans-Arterial Liver Directed Therapy presented by Karen Marshall, BSN, RN
  3. Determining the Safest and Most Effective Oral Pediatric Sedation Medication presented by Deborah Stosick, RN    
  4. Acute Stroke Care — IR to the Rescue presented by Brenda Boone, PhD, RN, CRN
  5. Impact of Nursing Practice Changes on Blood Patch Rates in Post-Lumber Puncture Patients in the Outpatient Radiology Department: A Three-Year Quality Improvement Project presented by Karen Parelhoff, RN
  6. Breast Cancer and Imaging presented by Katherine Duncan, BA, RN, CRN
  7. The Great High Five: The Integration and Implementation of Aseptic Techniques in the Interventional Radiology Procedural Setting presented by Beth Fitzgerald, MSN, RN, CNOR / Sarah Drummonds, BS, RN and  Inga Sinyangwe, MSN, RN
  8. Minimally Invasive Options for the Treatment of Uterine Fibroids presented by Michael Wilson, MBA, BSN, RN 
  9. Hot Topics, Christine Keough, BSN, RN, CRN and Tiffany Hansen, BSN, RN, CRN
  10. Case Study: Postpartum Cerebral Angiopathy and Intraventricular Nicardipine presented by Eileen Derks-Wilson, MSN, RN, CEN 
  11. Circling the Hepatic Spheres presented by Kathleen Baker, MBA, BSN, RN, CCRN, CNRN, NE-BC           

Exhibits included

Who Attends:

ARIN has over 2,000 members that you can reach virtually, with 200+ attendees at the Fall Symposium and 350+ at the Spring Convention representing all modalities in radiology, ARIN members are involved in multiple aspects of patient care. Our audience includes nurse managers, staff nurses, advance practice nurses, and educators who believe in the ultimate goal to investigate, educate, advocate, communicate and collaborate in providing exceptional care to our patients, their families, and our colleagues.

Why You Should Exhibit:

Exhibiting at either the ARIN Spring Convention or the ARIN Fall Symposium benefits both your company and our members. We offer quality time with members which allows for education and idea exchanges as well as collaboration and relationship building. Many radiologic & imaging nurses are in the nurse manager role which also includes product decision and order placement. Nurses are “at the table” for Value Analysis teams and provide vital information to all parties involved.

ARIN nurses are involved in all aspects of the interventional suite, from conducting patient assessment, educating patients and staff to choosing quality products. Together we are a team!

If you have any questions on exhibit and sponsor opportunities please reach out us. We look forward to having you join us at a future ARIN event.

Shawna Wilker, Education Manager,

Exhibit Space Fee

The cost is $350 for one 6-foot skirted/draped table. Services provided to the exhibitor at no additional charge include: 6' table, chairs, Exhibit listing in the official program guide and Badges for two (2) exhibit personnel

exhibit hours: Saturday, September 28, 2013 9:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.. Exhibits Open 9:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m... Break 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.. Lunch With Exhibitors 3:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.. Break