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- Seminar is scheduled from 8:00 AM -6:30 PM each day at the Upper Valley JVS Applied Technology in Piqua, OH. Session will be held four days. September 10, 11, 17 and 18, 2014.
- Contact hours: 40.7 CE with clinical component and 34.7 CE without the clinical component. 1.66 Of these contact hours are classified as Category A.
- Cost of the program includes extensive handout materials for note taking and future reference and lab practice. Cost also includes the clinical component to assist the LPN participant to obtain their 3 required successful venipunctures in a clinical setting. Venipunctures must be completed within six months of the classroom component.
- The clinical component for the class will be individually scheduled with the instructor and participant and will need to be completed after this class. Individual malpractice insurance is required in order to complete the clinical component.
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- Lunch and refreshments will be on your own
- No smoking permitted on the property
- Dress in layers for the session since conference rooms can vary in temperature
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About the session:
This forty-hour course is designed for any nurse wishing to complete a comprehensive intravenous therapy course. The course meets all the requirements of the Ohio Board of Nursing for Licensed Practical Nurses seeking authorization to perform IV therapy in the State of Ohio. The classroom instruction uses an extensive outline packet to facilitate learning and to serve as a resource for participants on completion of the course. The course is divided into eight modules with post-testing following the completion of each to evaluate learning. Case studies are used throughout the course to incorporate clinical application and critical thinking into the practice of IV therapy. Hands-on skill evaluations are made in the lab setting following instructor demonstration and practice. LPN participants will complete their three required venipunctures in a clinical setting with an instructor.
The course is coordinated by an experienced Master’s prepared and Board Certified clinician and educator. The Ohio Board of Nursing requires all LPN participants to have a medication card prior to the program and the clinical component.
- Outline the RN’s and LPN’s role, accountability and responsibility relative to IV therapy in terms of law, Board rule, role of the directing professional, healthcare setting and institutional policy.
- Identify the relationship between IV therapy and the body’s homeostatic functions, emphasizing the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
- Describe the various types of IV equipment, including criteria for use of each, and means of trouble-shooting for malfunction.
- Calculate infusion rates using standard formulas.
- Initiate IV therapy utilizing Phillip’s 15-step approach, while demonstrating knowledge prerequisite to initiation; i.e., patient and family support, universal precautions, anatomy and physiology of peripheral veins and procedural steps.
- Perform authorized IV therapy procedures as specified in law and Board rule.
- Outline local and systemic complications related to the administration of IV fluids and antibiotics in terms of signs and symptoms, management, and preventive measures.
Recent seminar comments:
“I enjoyed this program very much. Everything was presented in a very organized manner. It not only taught me about IV therapy but reinforced my learning in so many other areas. I feel extremely confident that I will be able to initiate IV therapy and administer IV medications with proper technique and knowledge.”
“The instructor was very knowledgeable in all areas of nursing. She was very effective in teaching, easy to understand very patient. Her commitment to exceptional patient care is an inspiration to the nursing profession.”
“Having this course will enhance my independence at work without having to get another nurse to do my IV medications and solutions. I will be able to help other RNs and LPNs on where to find new information and as a nurse manager at my facility to help with updating policies and procedures.”
“Thank you! I am very excited about receiving all this information and learning this new skill. I am always eager to learn more even at my age.”
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurse Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Cynthia M. Liette, MS, APRN, ACNS-BC, CCRN
Ms. Liette has been a nurse for more than 30 years. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings including intensive/ coronary care, emergency room, medical-surgical units, and supervision. She currently works as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in a rural health care system. She has been an educator for practicing nurses, nursing students, and paramedics for more than 25 years while still maintaining a clinical practice. Her numerous seminars consistently receive excellent reviews from all levels of health professionals.
She holds a Master’s Degree from Wright State University in the Clinical Nurse Specialist Adult Health track and is Board Certified as a CNS. She is also an ACLS instructor and is certified in both critical care and trauma nursing.
She is the owner and president of Educational Concepts, LLC. She has authored a successful pharmacology series and has taught a wide variety of subjects including Nurse Refresher and Nurse Internship programs, Critical Care courses, 12-Lead ECG and Rhythm interpretation, IV therapy, Lab and ABG interpretation and an NCLEX Review Course. She is also the author of The Pearls for Medical-Surgical Nursing Certification Review course and The Pearls for Cardiac Vascular Nursing.
She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau - National Nursing Honor Society, National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses.
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