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.
Currently Scheduled Courses
March 9/10, 2019
March 22/23, 2019
April 6/7, 2019
Do you find yourself ready to take the next step in your advancement in radiology and imaging nursing expertise? Are you ready to demonstrate your proficiency in radiology and imaging nursing, then the CRN exam is for you?
In this issue:
Did you know half the world doesn’t have imaging services? ARIN is proud to support Rad-Aid, an international nonprofit designed to provide access to radiological services to underserved areas of the world.
ARIN invites members to apply to revise or write a chapter for the 4th edition of the ARIN Core Curriculum. To qualify, you must be an ARIN member with experience in your chosen subject.
In the early months of the year, ARIN has scheduled 5 Imaging Review Courses around the country in addition to the annual course offered at convention. As usual, the Annual Convention will provide attendees with a wealth of education as well as the opportunity to get together with your fellow nurses.
Call for Papers: Emergencies in Radiology: Pediatric to Adults
The Journal of Radiology Nursing is looking for articles for a special issue in 2020
The ANA Center for Ethics and Human Rights Advisory Board seeks public comment on the proposed position statement, Nursing Care and Do-Not-Resuscitate Decisions. The deadline for comments is February 20, 2019.
Please use this opportunity to contribute to ANA's focus on transparency and recognition of the important insights of public examination of its products. Please share this announcement with colleagues, students, health care consumers and other stakeholders.
The use of capnography in the procedure setting has been discussed both in the literature and educational programs in recent years. While the majority of ARIN members surveyed have implemented capnography in their departments, ARIN’s Board of Directors empaneled a task force to thoroughly research a position statement.
Nurse Staffing in Interventional Radiology