What is Periop 101 for Ambulatory Surgery Centers?
Why Should I Offer Ambulatory Periop 101 to My Staff?
- Ambulatory Periop 101 is written by expert perioperative nurse-authors, peer-reviewed, and always current with the latest AORN Guidelines for Perioperative Practice.
- Offering evidence-based education to nurses has been shown to reduce staff turnover by as much as 25% and to improve nurse satisfaction. Outcomes like these will elevate your facility to employer-of-choice.
- Hospitals nationwide have used our evidence-based education program to recruit, educate, and retain new perioperative nurses since 1999.
- Participants who successfully complete this program will receive 43.3 nursing contact hours. Plus, students receive a complimentary one-year AORN membership.
The following modules are included in Ambulatory Periop 101:
- Clinical Reasoning
- Endoscopic and MIS
- Environmental Sanitation and Terminal Cleaning
- Hemostasis, Sponges, and Drains
- Medications and Solutions
- Patient and Family Education
- Perioperative Assessment
- Perioperative Health Care Information Management
- Perioperative Safety: Equipment Focus
- Perioperative Safety: Introduction
- Perioperative Safety: Patient Focus
- Positioning the Patient
- Preoperative Skin Antisepsis
- Safe Use of Surgical Energy
- Scrubbing, Gowning, and Gloving
- Sterile Technique
- Sterilization and Disinfection
- Surgical Draping
- Surgical Instruments
- The Perioperative Environment
- Transmissible Infection Prevention
- Wound Closure
- Wound Healing
- Preoperative Patient Care
- Postoperative Patient Care
How to Order Ambulatory Periop 101
If you are a new Periop 101 customer or need more information on Ambulatory Periop 101, please contact Marie Williams at MWilliams@aorn.org or 800-755-2676 x408.
Current Periop 101 customers can use prepaid student seats for OB nurses or order additional seats without signing a new contract. Contact us to get started.
This program is approved for 43.3 hours of AEU credit by BASC provider #0102.
This program provides 43.3 contact hours.