A Community of Exceptional Nurses
NTI is the premier conference for nurses who care for high acuity and critically ill patients and their families.
2011 NTI Brochure
NTI features the latest advances and evidence-based practice. In addition to the stellar presentations attendees are accustomed to, we've added great new content for 2011.
Quick Reference Guide
Contains a list of tangible benefits to discuss with your employer, and a summary of creative ideas and suggestions that may help address staffing and funding challenges.
Sessions for every nurse, no matter where you are on your career path. Here are a few examples of sessions you can attend.
Inspiring Change at the Bedside Through Nursing-based M & M Program
Karen Hanel, RN, BSNDerek James, RN, CCRN, EMT-BElisabeth Nelson, RNShands Jacksonville Medical Center
Case Study Investigation created to help fellow staff nurses better comprehend the critical interventions nurses do at the bedside in a shock-trauma ICU. Using the physicians' morbidity & mortality (M & M) format, nurses examine patient cases with unexpected outcomes.
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Eyes of Champions Guide Rookies Through the Race of Critical Care Nursing: Use of a Telemedicine Mentoring Program
Wendy Deibert, RN, BSNExecutive Director Telemedicine Services, Sisters Of Mercy Health System
Things happen fast in the ICU, and time is of the essence, but help might not always be available. Where are the resources when a nurse needs them most? Experienced critical care nurses are ready, willing and able to assist the bedside caregivers in the patient's room via telemedicine. Reviewing the plan of care with a tele-ICU nurse can be the difference between driving safely through the race or speeding blindly with limited information.
Oh, Grandma, What a Very Big Medication List You Have: Toxidromes Every Critical Care Nurse Should Know
Ann Lystrup, BSN, RN, CEN, CFRN, CCRNSpecialist in Poison Information,Utah Poison Control Center
Focus lies on providing clinicians with a basic understanding of key toxidromes, their causative medications and physiologic effects, and the associated appropriate nursing assessments and interventions. Clinical presentations, monitoring parameters and resources to aid in early recognition of untoward effects are shared.
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