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
February 2/3, 2019
February 16/17, 2019
March 9/10, 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:
New ARIN Clinical Practice guidelines for Capnography and the Position Paper on Nurse Staffing. There is a new mobile app for ARIN, download it from your favorite app store. You will be able to access these two new resources. Copy this url into your browser - https://crowd.cc/arin OR
Use this QR code for the ARIN mobile app.
Probiotics to the Rescue?
With the current fad of probiotics and the push in advertising, the widespread use of probiotics is guiding research into this product with some surprising results. Probiotics have been linked in some cases to Central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs).
Call for Papers: Emergencies in Radiology: Pediatric to Adults
The Journal of Radiology Nursing is looking for articles for a special issue in 2020
What Nurses Need to Know About the Statues of LimitationsThe statute of limitations refers to the maximum amount of time between an incident and when legal action can occur. Medical malpractice lawsuits could occur months or years after you last care for a patient. Fortunately, following best practices for documenting and retaining records will help protect you in these situations.
Building on last spring's webinar "How to Survive Bullies during Your Early Years as an RN," we are offering this new webinar that will focus on how to manage the consequences of bullying. Content will emphasize how to ensure a situation is de-escalated and how to regain your confidence.
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