Mastering Lab Interpretation Max Contact Hours Awarded
: 4.1Max Pharmacotherapeutic Hours Awarded
Do you often struggle at understanding lab results? How do the results relate to the differential diagnosis and course of patient treatment? Interpretation of lab data is an essential skill required of nurses working in all practice settings. Through the review of physiology, pathophysiology, and the application of critical thinking skills, you will be able to more easily appreciate how lab tests are integrated in patient care decisions. Applying this knowledge within the clinical setting will lead to improved patient care. Participants will receive downloadable handouts.
May 18, 2020
12:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Location: Acute Care Education , Vancouver, WA
Who Should Attend?
Registered nurses, students, and other health sciences professionals wishing to acquire intermediate skills in interpreting lab results.
- Demystifying the CBC with Differential
- Unleashing the Power of Chemistries, HGA1C, Cardiac & Thyroid Panels
- Urinalysis, PT/PTT & INR, Culture & Sensitivities
Speaker: Diane L. Paulson, Major (Retired Army Nurse Corps), MSN, BSN, RN
EMPLOYERS: You may register up to 6 staff at one time by using this link.
Registration includes: Attendance at program, downloadable program handouts, coffee, tea, water, and snacks. Wi-fi is available in the conference center.
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