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Samantha Keogh, RN, PhD

Professor of Nursing, Queensland University of Technology , Kelvin Grove, Not Applicable, Australia

presenter photoDr Samantha Keogh is a Professor of Nursing, Current Principal Director of the AVATAR group established by Professor Claire Rickard and President of the Australian Vascular Access Scoiety. She leads a program of research examining methods to maintain vessel patency and health, across the domains of flushing and blood sampling of peripheral and central venous access devices. Dr Keogh also supervises higher degree research students, examines dissertations for a number of Australian Universities, and is a peer reviewer for several professional publications. Although her professional heart belongs in Critcial Care she is passionate about ensuring that Nursing gets the basics and essentials of patient care right.

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Amanda J. Ullman, RN, GradDipPaedICUNursing, MN(Research)

PhD Scholar, Alliance for Vascular Access Teaching and Research (AVATAR) Group, Griffith University, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

presenter photoAmanda Ullman (RN; GCPICU; MAppSci) is a Nurse Researcher, a Pediatric Intensive Care specialist and PhD Candidate from the Alliance for Vascular Access Teaching and Research Group, Griffith University, Australia. She is an internationally awarded researcher - including the “2016 Janet Pittet Scholar in Neonatal and Pediatric Vascular Access” ,the “Centaur Memorial Nurses Fund Scholarship” (2016) and “Researcher of the Year (2015)” by the AVATAR group. She is dedicated to the development of evidence-based practice to ensure the best possible outcomes for all patients needing vascular access.

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Breakout Sessions - Group A (Repeat)

True Blood: The Critical Care Story. A Review of Current Research and Practice Related to Blood Sampling (REPEAT)

calendar9/10/2014

clock9:30 AM - 10:00 AM

clockRoom: Potomac 3-4

CE Hours: 1.2 per two (2) 30-minute sessions


Samantha Keogh, RN, PhD

Professor of Nursing, Queensland University of Technology , Kelvin Grove, Not Applicable, Australia

Amanda J. Ullman, RN, GradDipPaedICUNursing, MN(Research)

PhD Scholar, Alliance for Vascular Access Teaching and Research (AVATAR) Group, Griffith University, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

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