The Christie 1st Vascular Access Symposium - REDUCED REGISTRATION FEES FOR NIVAS MEMBERS
To be held on Wednesday 20th March 2013 at The Education Centre, The Christie, Manchester.
There will also be a pre-conference vascular access training day on the 19th March
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***REDUCED REGISTRATION FEES FOR NIVAS MEMBERS***
The IV Therapy Nursing Award - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
We are delighted to announce the IV Therapy Nursing Award
- which will recognize the excellent work that has been done in the field of IV therapy and vascular access.
This award is a part of the British Journal of Nursing Awards 2013 that seek to celebrate the clinical excellence and innovation of nurses in a range of clinical areas worldwide.
Entries are invited from individuals or members of a team, and you may nominate a colleague to enter one of the multiple categories, which cover both research and clinical practice. You can see more categories here: www.bjnawards.co.uk/categories
All entries and nominations are FREE to submit.
The finalists for each category will be invited to an evening gala dinner and awards ceremony on Friday 22nd March 2013 at a central London venue.
Further information, including the criteria and details of the categories, is available online at www.bjnawards.co.uk
where you can submit your applications.
Alternatively, you may complete the form, print it out, then post or fax it to us.
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If you have any queries or require further information, please contact the BJN team on +44 20 7501 6756 or email: email@example.com
THANK YOU! WE LOOK FORWARD TO RECEIVING YOUR NOMINATIONS!
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A Practical Guide to Advancing IV Therapy - Wednesday 13th February 2013, London
A Practical Guide to Advancing IV Therapy
Improving quality and safety through IV Therapy in hospital, in the community and at home
Wednesday 13th February 2013, London
This national conference provides a practical guide to advancing IV Therapy including developing competence, quality and safety in IV Therapy practice in hospital, in the community and at home. The conference will open with a national update on IV Therapy and the care of vascular access devices from Dr Lisa Dougherty Nurse Consultant, IV Therapy The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and Chair National Infusion and Vascular Society (NIVAS).
With IV Therapy now regarded as an essential skill for nurses speakers experienced in this area will offer important guidance and advice for ensuring safe and effective practice. Delegates will have the opportunity to hear how intentional ward rounds can help to monitor IV Therapy practice, and how to reduce both infections and pressure ulcers associated with intravenous devices.
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A 10% discount* is available for bookings paid by credit card.
• Advancing IV Therapy: National Update and Developments
• Developing and maintaining IV Therapy Skills and Competence
• Improving the safety of IV Therapy through intentional rounding
• Reducing infections and presure ulcers associated with intravenous devices
• Delivering IV Therapy in the community and at home
• Understanding the legal and professional aspects of IV Therapy
IV Therapy at home is increasing due to the shift in focus from hospital to community care; the conference will examine the impact of this on quality and productivity.
‘‘You can’t take patients into hospital just to have intravenous drugs. IV administration in the community is normal, safe practice and should be happening everywhere.’’
LYNN YOUNG PRIMARY HEALTHCARE ADVISOR ROYAL COLLEGE OF NURSING
Community IV Therapy: Shifting the boundaries - 2nd November 2012, Whiston Hospital, Merseyside.
The first Community IV Therapy conference aimed at moving forward the community IV agenda.
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