Periop Mastery Program
Acquire. Recall. Retain.
Reduce patient risk through increasing nursing knowledge. The Periop Mastery Program modules are designed to test both the level of knowledge and confidence in that knowledge. This program begins by determining the learners knowledge and any gaps in that knowledge. As a learner progresses through a module, educational resources are provided to help them understand the correct answers. Progression through the modules continues until mastery is achieved.
Periop Mastery Program utilizes the latest scientific advancements in understanding how the human brain acquires, retains and recalls information at critical times. This technology has been adapted into the Periop Mastery Program to emphasize key objectives incorporating the AORN Perioperative Standards and Recommended Practices.
Please call Terry Avitable, MSN, RN, CNOR, 800-755-2676, Ext. 211 for more information or to set up a personalized demonstration.
Uses for Periop Mastery Program Modules
Sample Question from a Periop Mastery Program Module
Periop Mastery Program Reports
Facility required annual training for high-risk and high or low-volume patient care issues such as moderate sedation/analgesia, patient positioning, malignant hyperthermia, and radiation safety.
Site Reviews from Accreditation and Regulatory Agencies
Provide current validation of continuing education and training requested by federal and state regulatory agencies and accreditation agencies such as the Joint Commission.
On boarding/Travelers/Experienced Staff
Assess the knowledge of recently hired RNs, travelers, RNs transferring from one area of care to another, and even high experienced RNs.
Combine with the facility’s skills days/competency reviews to enhance understanding.
Include in an action plan for nurses to update knowledge of a specific practice or who are unable to demonstrate competency in a specific area.
Continuing education for RNs for license renewals and certification.
Participant progress can be tracked with a variety of reports that administrators can access at any time and share with students and educators. These reports track individual student progress and can also provide information on how students responded to specific questions potentially identifying knowledge gaps. This enables administrators to focus education in a specific area to improve competencies.