I am very excited to assume the role of ARIN’s President today. I appreciate the confidence you have in me in assuming this very important position. I am humbled and honored to represent Imaging nurses and guide ARIN forward. I have been privileged to work with this dedicated, talented, hardworking and committed Board for several years.
By Christine Keough, BSN, RN, CRN, 2019-2020 ARIN President
The 2019 ARIN convention has come and gone, with members already looking ahead to 2020 in Seattle. In case you missed it in the busy news cycle, we have listed the top ten highlights on the convention this year. The convention wrap-up is offered to keep you up on the latest ARIN happenings.
By John Shrewsbury BSN, RN and Greg Laukhuf ND, RN, NE-BC, CRN, RN-BC
I am new to the process of navigating Institutional Review Boards (IRB). I have enjoyed writing various articles but have never had to undergo the IRB process as a principle researcher. I was usually the name in the middle of the author list and assisted on a specific part of the project.
Register Today - Meeting to be April 13
Outcome: To gain knowledge and interpret new updates in anticoagulation, understand the value and use of capnography, understand the protocol and value of contrast used in ultrasound, and comprehend the historical and current arteriogenesis theories.
The CRN credentials are trademarked and can be placed after your name once you have passed the exam. The CRN exam is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification (ABSNC) which is the same accreditation board that the ANCC nursing certification exams are also accredited by.