Reducing risks and improving vascular access outcomes

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Short peripheral catheter (SPC) insertion is a common invasive procedure in hospitalized patients. Variations in this fundamental nursing skill exists among nurses. This project focused on creating a vascular access management program to improve SPC practice and associated outcomes. This presentation will cover complications with SPC, areas to focus on when implementing a collaborative vascular access management team, change management and understanding the results of first-insertion success, dwell times and economic impact of short peripheral catheters.

Elizabeth Morrell

Learning objectives

Discuss challenges associated with vascular access complications.

Introduce the methodology for organizational change.

Review the results of our solutions-focused approach to improving vascular access outcomes.

Learn the steps taken and lessons learned during the journey to optimal vascular access.

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