Conference 2015 | IV Infusion Workshop

Shoreline, WA US
October 21, 2015

Wednesday - October 21, 2015

Overview of Current
Venous Access Devices

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Conference Details

Featured Speaker:
Kay Coulter, RN, CRNI, VA-BC
Executive Director, Infusion Knowledge, Inc., Clearwater, FL

Who Should Attend This Conference? 
Nurses and other healthcare professionals who work in acute, sub-acute, ambulatory and community healthcare settings.

About This Conference: 
Day two of this conference is a brand new one-day workshop from UW Continuing Nursing Education! We are proud to welcome Kay Coulter, RN, CRNI, VA-BC, certified nurse infusion therapist and legal nurse consultant, who will share information about the latest standards, guidelines and laws of IV infusion therapy, and teach and guide participants through hands-on practice with routine care and maintenance of current and widely used peripheral and central venous access devices. Teaching methods for this workshop include lecture, interactive discussion and hands-on practice.

Course Brochure

See course brochure for topics, learning objectives and workshop agenda.
Brochure PDF

UWCNE Accreditation Information

► Special Discount for Attending Both Days

Participants receive a special discounted fee of $395 for attending both the IV Infusion Workshop and the Immediate Response Conference on Oct 20. For more information and registration, visit the course portal.

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Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the national organizations that publish Standards of Practice or Guidelines related to the proper management of current venous access devices.
  2. Define the term negligence and list the four elements of negligence.
  3. Comprehend liability risks related to the insertion of peripheral I.V. catheters.
  4. Define Vascular Access Protocols and identify three benefits for patients and healthcare systems.
  5. Differentiate and identify current peripheral and central vascular access devices.
  6. Implement the proper steps for successful insertion of a peripheral I.V. catheter device.
  7. Identify and implement three components of proper documentation related to current venous access devices.
  8. State the major points of care and maintenance for peripheral and central venous access devices.
  9. Recognize the major potential complications of peripheral or central venous access devices.
  10. Implement appropriate interventions for the prevention and management of venous access device complications.


  • Current Trends in Venouse Access: Device Utilization, National Organizations and Legal Issues
  • Vascular Access Protocols
  • Vascular Anatomy Review
  • Peripheral Venous Access Devices Review
  • Central Venous Catheters
  • Potential Complications of Central Venous Access Devices
  • Device Care and Maintenance: Peripheral and Central Devices

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Conference Materials and Information


Handouts will be provided at the conference.


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Day of Event
Recharging StationsPower stations are available in the registration area. Power is not available in the conference rooms.
Your battery will last longer if you put your device in airplane mode while attending a session.
WiFiFree WiFi is limited to public areas of the conference center. Download your handouts to your device before you go to a session. 
Food and ClothingBreakfast and lunch: We try to be sensitive to many common dietary restrictions in planning our complimentary food menu. However, if you have special dietary needs, please bring food items that will meet your individual nutritional requirements. For lunch, we generally serve salad and either fish or poultry with a few vegetarian options.
Temperature in rooms: Temperatures can fluctuate throughout the day. Please dress in layers.


Additional Information

Course summary
Maximum credit available: 
  • 7.40 Contact hours
Event starts: 
10/21/2015 - 8:00am PDT
Event ends: 
10/21/2015 - 4:50pm PDT
Shoreline Conference Center
18560 1st Ave NE
Shoreline, WA 98155
United States

Available Credit

  • 7.40 Contact hours


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