Integrative Medicine presented by: Kathleen Wolff, MSN, APRN, BC-FNP, BC-ADM Tobi Fishel, PhD
New Developments in Alzheimer's Disease presented by: William M. Petrie, MD
The Center for Advanced Nursing Practice and Allied Health is sponsoring a Backyard Cookout and Clinical Practice Grand Rounds season kickoff at noon on Tuesday, Aug. 19, in the theater at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
To RSVP for the event, contact email@example.com.
Free to attend
Location: VPH Large Conference Room; check in at Lobby
Live Event open only to: VUMC Staff, VUMC & VUSN Students Live Webcast open to VUMC Staff, Non-VUMC Staff, all healthcare students
Interprofessional Grand Rounds (formerly VPH Nursing Grand Rounds) for doctors, nurses, social workers, and mental health specialists. Also open to VUMC and VUSN Students and non-VUMC Staff and all healthcare students.
"Medically Safe: An Interprofessional Approach to Learning About Medical Clearance for Psychiatric Hospital Admission" presented by Nathaniel Clark, MD, Assistant Professor, Psychiatry, Vanderbilt Behavioural Health
Contact Hour Opportunity/1 CEU accredited by NASW
Presented by: Vanderbilt Psychiatric Nursing
Bedside Matters Forum
(originally the Schwartz Center Rounds):
Facilitated by Walter H. Merrill, MD
The Impact of Complex Family Dynamics on Critical Illness and Treatment Direction
Stuart McGrane- BICU Medical Director
Lisa Rae - Burn Surgeon and Burn ICU Attending
Maria Troche-Perez - Burn Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner
Teri-Renee Huff - Burn RSL
Open to VUMC Staff, Faculty, and Students
CME, CEU, and Contact Hours provided.
Offered the third Wednesday of every month, noon-12:55, LH 202.
CAVE (Competency Assessment & Validation Expo) is a quarterly two-day event that provides VCH licensed and non-licensed Critical and Acute Care staff with an opportunity to complete multiple organization and unit-specific competency and compliance requirements in one setting.
CAVE (Competency Assessment & Validation Expo) provides licensed and non-licensed Critical and Acute Care staff with a quarterly opportunity to complete organization and unit-specific competency and compliance requirements in one setting.
Telephone Triage is a full-day course that is applicable to all nurses and especially those that primarily use the telephone to communicate with patients.
This course covers the following topics: introduction and history to Telephone Triage, the uses of the telephone in nursing today, the role of the triage nurse, benefits of telephone triage, applying the nursing process to telephone triage, customer service and active listening skills, documentation, legal aspects, and care of the telephone triage nurse.
Seven (7) contact hours are available Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Nursing Education and Professional Development is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Tennessee Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
To register to the Learning Exchange site