Ever feel overwhelmed, overloaded and overburdened with the non-stop, day-to-day responsibilities that comprise your workday?
Technology is constantly changing, innovative research and data are more accessible than ever before, and clinicians are expected to stay on top of it all. With how our duties stack up and change, we often forget how important it is to step back, take a breath and remember the reason vascular access is such a critical part of healthcare: The patients!
Enhancing patient care is the overarching theme of AVA at Your Fingertips.
Vascular access is a multidisciplinary specialty that requires teamwork to improve patient outcomes. Let the 2020 AVA Scientific Meeting be your guide to set the foundation for that collaboration by allowing you to learn from other experts in the field, share ideas for best practices and workshop the day-to-day challenges you face as a vascular access clinician!
Improve your clinical skills through a variety of educational and hands-on sessions, specifically handpicked and constructed to help you combat any issue you encounter during your day. Network with presentation speakers, poster contributors and refresh your mind with the great content provided in the oral presentations.
Whether it is at the Opening Reception, a lunch break or in the hallway en route to your next session, take advantage of so many of your fellow colleagues and vascular access experts from across the globe being in the same place at the same time. Interventional radiologists, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, anesthesiologists, nurses, infection preventionists – vascular access specialists show no boundaries. Connect and learn from those individuals and more during hands-on clinical sessions as well as in the exhibit hall, where you can explore the latest products and services available from up to 80 exhibitors.
AVA at Your Fingertips is organized to help your professional self re-energize and refresh, so you can leave focused and return to your healthcare facility armed with the knowledge gained to assist your patients on a deeper level. Take a moment to remove yourself from the daily issues that plague you at work to concentrate on your skills and learn from the experts.