News | July 15, 2007

AORN Sponsors Ambulatory Specialty Conference

July 16, 2007 – Keys to clinical, management and staff education will be the focus of the Ambulatory Specialty Conference scheduled for Sept. 15-16, 2007 at the Hyatt Regency, Louisville, KY.
The conference is geared toward nurses that work or would like to work in free-standing, hospital-based, or physicians' office-based ambulatory centers, with responsibilities in:
- Managing the OR
- Staff Education
- Direct Patient Care
- Infection Prevention
- Post-Anesthesia Care
- Ensuring Regulatory Compliance

Attendees will:
- Learn the latest on issues that impact your ASC
- Learn clinical tactics to ensure patient safety
- Take away practical solutions to apply immediately
- Network, share ideas and solutions with your peers

ASC practice areas covered include:
- ENT
- GI
- Management
- Orthopedics
- Ophthalmology
- Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- Post-Anesthesia Care
- Staff Education

For more information: www. aorn.org

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