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28th Annual PACU and Ambulatory Surgery Conference

Summary

PACU and Ambulatory Surgery Nurses!

Join us on Saturday March 11th, 2017 at the 28th Annual PACU and Ambulatory Surgery Nurse’s Conference at the lovely William and Ida Friday Center in Chapel Hill, NC! Designed by perianesthesia nurses, for perianesthesia nurses, the conference was developed based on your suggestions about the learning needs of PACU and ambulatory nurses in North Carolina.

The 28th Annual PACU and Ambulatory Surgery Conference promises to reignite your commitment to your practice and our profession with outstanding inspirational keynote presentations, and discussions with your colleagues about common concerns and strategies. You will learn about innovations in PACU nursing care, including considerations for the pediatric population, multi-modal management of pain, review of perianesthesia pharmacology and hemodynamics, and the latest legal updates and review of avoidable sentinel events! 

This year’s content includes:

  • Regional Anesthesia 
  • Drug Diversion
  • Hemodynamics and EKG Review
  • Multimodal Pain Management
  • Quality Improvement and Research for Perianesthisia Nurses
  • Acupuncture: Therapy for Immune Support 
  • Legal Issues for Perianesthesia Nurses

Network with other PACU nurses from across the state, enhance your clinical competency, and learn what’s new in PACU nursing! Register early!

We hope to see you there!

ANCC Contact Hours

7.25 ANCC contact hours

2.0 hours within this day will qualify for pharmacotherapeutic hours.

Final determination of these contact hours will be made when the presentations are received from the speakers.

Accreditation Statement

 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education (CNE) by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).

The Center for Lifelong Learning reserves the right to make changes to a program's content or speakers, as well as cancel programs due to low enrollment or in case of emergency conditions, such as inclement weather.

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