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Sandy Sucy, RN, MSN, VA-BC

Clinical Nurse Specialist Team Lead, Bard Access Systems



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Laurie Maier, RN, BS, CRNI, VA-BC

Vascular Access Manager, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA



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Thriving as a Vascular Access Team

calendar9/9/2014

clock7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

clockRoom: Potomac C 2nd Level

Sandy Sucy, RN, MSN, VA-BC

Clinical Nurse Specialist Team Lead, Bard Access Systems

Laurie Maier, RN, BS, CRNI, VA-BC

Vascular Access Manager, Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA

www.bardaccess.com/AVA2014Events

The world of vascular access is changing. The products are different, the standards change, technology evolves and advances; and new studies come out every day. Your role as a vascular access nurse is changing but who is in control of that change? The history of vascular access will be discussed, with an emphasis on where we have been and where you may need to go to thrive.

Learning Objectives:

  • Upon completion participants will be able to maximize their value as vascular access specialists
  • Upon completion, participants will be able to better understand how some vascular access specialists are becoming the driving force of their service and how they can empower their team to move outside their comfort zone.
  • Upon completion, participants will be able to track outcomes and costs related to their services and discover how to market their Vascular Access team and position them for the future.


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