FloMedical Training is offered for clinicians, nurses, PICC teams and other medical professionals in vascular access devices. Ongoing seminars, training days and demonstrations are paramount in our quest to provide solutions to you, as medical professionals.
Quality improvement is a part of every department’s priorities. The updated Infusion Therapy Standards of Practice give even clearer support on integrating quality metrics into practice. This presentation will review the current recommendations regarding vascular access dressing maintenance as well as highlight a large scale quality improvement project targeted at improving dressing integrity as part of a multi-disciplinary approach for improving care processes and outcomes.
It’s AVA’s mission to create greater public awareness of vascular access and to empower members with more educational resources, networking opportunities, and advocacy tools in support of and dedication to the patients that you are entrusted to serve.
This unit focuses on developing knowledge through access to online material, to enhance competency and skills to insert peripheral VADs and manage most acute and chronic devices. Facilitated simulated workshops and practical application in the workplace with a nominated clinical mentor are also included.
PICC Excellence provides basic to advanced level training courses for insertion and management of different devices, supplemented with videos and practical information. Offering more than 30 online courses, workshops and customised on-site training, their programs cover the needs of the clinician for managing patients with peripheral, midline or central venous access devices.
Today the Association for Vascular Access (AVA), in collaboration with Medline Industries, Inc., announced a new, innovative portal housing historical vascular access research published in the Journal of the Association for Vascular Access (JAVA) and the JAVA archive.