Advanced Critical Care Nursing Summit (ACCN Summit)
|Event Date/Time: Aug 07, 2011||End Date/Time: Aug 10, 2011|
Critical care nurses continue to encounter complex challenges in their ICU and trauma practice settings, and emphasis on the importance of utilizing evidence based approaches to meet these challenges continues to increase dramatically. Research progresses, clinical practice evolves and new concepts are incorporated into policies and procedures. How can you stay current with the latest information and guidelines, and accurately weigh the benefits and risks for your specific patients?
We invite critical care nurses from all practice settings to explore these issues at the Advanced Critical Care Nursing Summit in Snowmass! Take your knowledge to the next level and investigate ways to address your challenges in the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains. Enjoy dialogue and networking with both faculty and colleagues in a setting guaranteed to provide you with a fresh perspective.
Highlights of the conference include:
Interaction with nationally recognized experts who actively practice and face the same daily dilemmas as you.
Special attention by the speakers to the clinical applications of the information presented.
Concurrent Session choices allowing you to tailor the program to address your individual knowledge gaps and clinical interests.
Opportunities to collaborate and build professional relationships with peers from across the country.
A conference schedule designed not only for in-depth learning, but also for relaxation and exploration with family and friends in breath-taking Snowmass!
Plan now to join your colleagues for this outstanding educational experience and well-deserved "R&R" from your busy practice. See you there!
Christine Smith Schulman, MS, RN, CNS, CCRN
Jeannine Strunk, BSN, RN
Senior Program Manager
This program will enable the experienced clinician to:
Utilize critical thinking skills and evidence-based guidelines in the management of critically ill or injured adults to optimize clinical outcomes.
Accurately assess emergent clinical situations in order to provide timely and appropriate interventions and prevent complications.
Identify the physiologic inter-relationship between systems and the internal and external factors which influence a patient's progress.
Participate in interactive learning with faculty and colleagues through case-based discussion and problem-solving.
Who Should Attend?
Experienced nurses involved in the care of critically ill and injured adults.
If you are aâ€¦
Clinical Nurse Specialist