NUMBER OF MODULES INCLUDED
PRE- AND POST-STUDY TESTS (STUDY GUIDES)
Choose by Topic
0.6 - 4
Periop Mastery 2.0 modules include:
- Pre-test to identify practice weaknesses and deficiencies
- Customized learning plan for each team member’s specific needs
- Study tools to prep for the CNOR exam
Note: Facility course administrators have two years to register students for assigned modules. From the time of registration, each student has one year to complete a module.
Who will benefit from Periop Mastery 2.0?
- Staff Nurses (new and experienced)
- Educators (administrator’s guide is included)
- Traveling Nurses (efficient onboarding)
Achieve quality improvements and high-performance standards in every OR.
When your team members can apply best practices to their care for every surgical patient, and that level of care is consistent across all cases, you will achieve improvements in both efficiency and quality measures.
EDUCATION MODULES: (35.5 total contact hours)
- Environmental Cleaning
- Hand Hygiene
- High-Level Disinfection
- Malignant Hyperthermia
- Moderate Sedation
- Older Adult
- Patient Skin Antisepsis*
- Pneumatic Tourniquet
- Radiation Safety
- Retained Surgical Items*
- Safe Environment of Care
- Sharps Safety
- Sterile Technique
- Surgical Attire
- Transmission-Based Precautions
- Venous Thromboembolism
*Quality Improvement Packages
Individual QI packages address the greatest risks and the most common breakdowns in practice that lead to patient injury, inefficient processes, and facility liability. In addition to the Mastery module, each package provides a quality and risk assessment, webinar, checklist and a model to build a business case to support purchasing decisions. The QI packages will raise confidence among your team, mitigate the frequency of near-misses, and reduce the potential for a sentinel event.
- Quality Improvement: Surgical Site Infection
- Quality Improvement: Sterilization Failure
- Quality Improvement: Retained Surgical Items
Related AORN Resources
For recent nursing school graduates, nurses transitioning from other specialties, and other surgical team members, see Periop 101.