Hematology Nurse

Hematology Nurse

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A Hematology Nurse is trained to care for patients with blood diseases and disorders. They may also assist with blood transfusions, blood tests, research, and chemotherapy. If you go into hematology, expect to have more responsibility than other nurses, prescriptive authority, and the ability to order diagnostic lab work.

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A Hematology Nurse is trained to care for patients with blood diseases and disorders. They may also assist with blood transfusions, blood tests, research, and chemotherapy. If you go into hematology, expect to have more responsibility than other nurses, prescriptive authority, and the ability to order diagnostic lab work.

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  • Infusion Institute's IV Therapy & Phlebotomy Classes

    Posted Aug 13, 2017 by Rose Koshy, RN, BSN, CRNI, VA-BC

    ITI's class schedule is set for the rest of 2017!

    We are trying to condense multiple classes into a single week for those that want to take more than one of our infusion courses in the Chicagoland area.
    Visit www.infusioninstitute.com for class information and registration.

    - Ultrasound Guided PICC insertion: Oct 23-24 & Nov 29-30

    - IV Therapy Boot Camp: Sept 11...

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    ITI's class schedule is set for the rest of 2017!

    We are trying to condense multiple classes into a single week for those that want to take more than one of our infusion courses in the Chicagoland area.
    Visit www.infusioninstitute.com for class information and registration.

    - Ultrasound Guided PICC insertion: Oct 23-24 & Nov 29-30

    - IV Therapy Boot Camp: Sept 11 & Nov 28

    - IV Therapy Certificate Program:
    Aug 28-29, Oct 10-11 & Dec 7-8

    - Ultrasound Guided Peripheral IV Insertion:
    Sept 13, Oct 28 & Dec 6

    - Home Infusion Nursing Certificate:
    Aug 22-23, Oct 26-27 & Dec 11-12

    - Phlebotomy and Specimen Processing: Sept 12 & Nov 27

    - Fundamentals of Peripheral IV Therapy:
    Aug 24, Oct 25 & Dec 13

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  • Med/surg nurses sought for dissertation research

    Posted Nov 4, 2015 by April Rowe Neal

    Capella University doctoral student, April Rowe Neal, seeks medical-surgical nurses who work with and teach nursing students for research study.

    The purpose of the study is to understand the experiences of nurses who work with nursing students in the clinical learning environment. Medical-surgical nurses who work with and teach nursing students in traditional clinicals...

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    Capella University doctoral student, April Rowe Neal, seeks medical-surgical nurses who work with and teach nursing students for research study.

    The purpose of the study is to understand the experiences of nurses who work with nursing students in the clinical learning environment. Medical-surgical nurses who work with and teach nursing students in traditional clinicals and are NOT designated as a preceptor may participate in this study. Interested parties are excluded in the event of the following: not currently licensed as an RN; employment in an outpatient, ambulatory, or specialty care area; designation as a preceptor; or any clinical association with the researcher. The study involves one 45-60 minute interview and one follow up e-mail. Volunteers may enroll by contacting April Rowe Neal by phone or e-mail.

    Contact Information:

    For more information and questions please contact:

    April Rowe Neal, MS, RN
    507-993-0630 (cell)
    aroweneal@capellauniversity.edu
    IRB-HSR # 2014-1435

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  • Save the Date - APHON 39th Annual Conference & Exhibit, September 17-19, 2015

    Posted Mar 22, 2015 by Adam Burkhart

    Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses

    September 17-19, 2015
    Rhode Island Convention Center
    Providence, RI

    Check for future info: Association for peds hem/onc nurses & other healthcare professionals

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