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Ambulatory Infusion Education Week 2021

May 10-14, 2021

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About the event

On-demand webinars available now!

A week of live educational webinars featuring global experts, discussing emerging topics such as:

  • Home Infusion Management
  • Ambulatory Infusion Therapy During Pandemic Times
  • Patient Safety
  • Patient Satisfaction In Postoperative Care
  • Oncology Patient Experience

Smiths Medical is proud to sponsor this unique weeklong event. The content presented is wholly owned by the presenter(s) and is being provided for educational purposes only.

Any products featured within the presentations should be used in accordance with their individual instructions for use.

Agenda

Monday 10th May

Supporting patients to make choices about their care – teamwork, yes that includes the patient!
Carolyn Wheatley - Patient advocate and Chair of PINNT (Patients on Intravenous & Nasogastric Nutrition Therapy)
Anita Middleton RN - Nutrition Specialist Nurse (UK)

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Modifications of Care in Pandemic Times
Felicia Schaps RN, MSN-Ed, CRNI, OCN, CNSC IGCN, VA-BC (United States) - VP of Nursing and Clinical Compliance

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Tuesday 11th May

Painless labour & Benefits of PIB
Sing-Ong Lee, MD (Taiwan) - Anesthesiologist & Pain Specialist

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PIEB in pain management for Post-operative care
I Gusti Ngurah Mahaalit Aribawa, MD (Indonesia) - Lecturer, Dept of Anesthesiology

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Impact of Covid19 as a catalyst on Home Infusion therapies
Christian Müller, RN (Germany) - Ambulatory Nursing Network Manager

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New Trends in Site of Service: The Care Must Go on During Pandemic Times
Felicia Schaps RN, MSN-Ed, CRNI, OCN, CNSC IGCN, VA-BC (United States) - VP of Nursing and Clinical Compliance

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Wednesday 12th May

The challenge to introduce NRFit™ at a tertiary hospital in Japan
Yuki Hosokawa, MD (Japan) - Lecturer, Dept of Anesthesiology

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Tubing Misconnections: a preventable error and avoidable fatality
Debora Simmons PhD, RN, CCNS (United States) - Assistant Professor

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Thursday 13th May

Advances on PIEB in Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia
Giorgio Capogna, MD (Italy) - Director, European School of Obstetric Anesthesia

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Labor Analgesia: “The Myth of PCEA and the role of PIEB"
Jose Carvalho MD, MSc, PhD, TSA (Canada) - Director, Obstetric Anesthesia

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Friday 14th May

Continuous subcutaneous medical infusion in palliative care
Poul Lunau Christensen (Denmark) - Head Consultant of Palliative Unit, Department of Oncology and Palliative Medicine

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Impact of COVID-19 on palliative care pain management in the community: A Canadian perspective
Karen Laforet RN, MClSc-WH, CCHN(C), CVAA(c), VA-BC™ (Canada) - Senior Clinical Consultant

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