News | July 12, 2007

AORN Conference to Cover Critical Work Issues for Healthcare Professionals

July 13, 2007 — AORN will be presenting it’s Management / Leadership / Educators / Industry / Informatics Specialty Conference on Sept. 7-8, 2007 at the Hyatt Regency, San Antonio, TX.

The perioperative environment requires leaders to have a broad knowledge in the many facets of managing an OR suite. The conference will cover the critical work issues that most challenge today’s healthcare professionals: finance, education, technology, safety and staff development.
AORN’s newly expanded program offers more sessions for you to select from. Five in-depth tracks will focus on education for nurses in management and leadership roles, nursing informatics, nurse educators, clinical nurse specialists, as well as nurses working in business, industry, and consulting.
This conference is will foster a new vision for perioperative services and is intended for managers. directors, team leaders, educators, nurses in informatics, nurses in industry and consulting and clinical nurse specialists.

Those attending the conference will learn:
*Improved leadership skills
*How to plan for and evaluate new technology in perioperative services
*How to use business intelligence tools to increase productivity
*Innovative teaching strategies
*How to use the PNDS in educational tools
*How to evaluate careers in business, industry, and consulting
*Improved time management skills
*Improved vendor management
*How to evaluate surgery management systems
*How to use the Lean process
*How to implement an electronic perioperative record

For more information: www.aorn.org

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