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University Health System’s Texas Diabetes Institute July 26-27, 2014 Presented by: American College of Cardiovascular Nurses, American Board of Cardiovascular.

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1 University Health System’s Texas Diabetes Institute July 26-27, 2014 Presented by: American College of Cardiovascular Nurses, American Board of Cardiovascular Medicine, and University Health System Alice Friedrich, ANP, MS, BSN, RN, CVRN-BC Level II. Alice currently works as a Cardiovascular Nurse Practitioner for the North Shore LIJ Health System in New York. Alice was among the first Nurse Practitioners to receive CVRN Board Certification Status in Alice comes to you with a phenomenal amount of Essential Knowledge and Clinical Expertise to assist you in the Diagnosis and Management, and Daily Care of Cardiovascular Patients with a host of Cardiovascular Anomalies. A frequent speaker at ACCN courses on a national level. Jonni Cooper, RN, MACCN, CVRN-BC. CEO President & Founder of the American Board of Cardiovascular Medicine, Home of the Marriott Heart Foundation (MHF), American College of Cardiac Nurse Practitioners (ACCNP), American College of Cardiovascular Nurses (ACCN), and the Society of Cardiac Monitoring (SCM). Jonni is a seasoned Author, International Faculty and Guest Speaker for Hospitals and Cardiology Organizations Worldwide. Est University Health System is taking the lead in San Antonio, TX by hosting a Clinical Cardiovascular Nursing Course and CVRN Board Certification Opportunity for their Cardiac Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and those throughout the region at other Hospitals and Clinics who wish to take part in this Professional Development event. This Clinical Cardiovascular Nursing Course was designed to meet the Professional Development and Board Certification needs of Cardiac Nurses and Nurse Practitioners working in PCU, Telemetry, Emergency Chest Pain Centers, Cardiovascular Critical Care, Cath Lab, CV Surgery, CV Recovery, Cardiac Rehab, and Private Practice Cardiology Offices and Clinics. If your hospital is seeking or needs to maintain Magnet Status, the Board Certification Exams offered by the American Board of Cardiovascular Medicine are approved by the ANCC for Magnet applications. The ABCM has over 6,000 Board Certified Nurses Nationwide!

2 Day One - Course Outline: 7:00-7:55am Course & Exam Registration 8-9:20am – Acute Coronary Syndromes 9:30-10:50am - Heart Failure 11-12:00pm - Cardiomyopathy 12-1:00pm – Lunch 1-2:00pm - Bedside Assessment of CV Patient 2:10-:4:00pm - EKG Essentials including 4:10-5:00pm - Pacemakers Day Two- Course Outline: 7:30-7:55am Course & Exam Registration 8-10:00am - Interventional Cardiology 10:15-11:15am - Hypertension 2:00-5:00pm – CVRN Board Certification Exams Registration for CVRN Course &/or Exams: University Hospital Staff: Pre-registration a must: $120. Non-University Hospital Staff: Pre-registration a must $160. All walk-ins pay a $20 penalty. Make Course registration fees payable to ABCM and mail the registration form along with your check or money order to: P.O. Box 3219, Spring Hill, FL Do not mail your Course Registration and fee after 7/15/14 (either go online and pay, or bring it to the meeting and send an RSVP to to reserve your seat in the Course &/or Exam). Our web site is go to Conference Calendar to pay for your Exam and or/Course with your credit Course Location: Texas Diabetes Institute: 701 S. Zarzarmora, San Antonio, TX Contact Hours: This course is approved for 7.0 contact hours for day one and an additional 4.0 hours for day two, by Florida Board of Nursing provider number Register for CVRN Board Certification Exam Complete the Application below (answer all questions), & make Exam Registration fees payable to ABCM and mail to: ABCM, P.O. Box 3219, Spring Hill, FL Do not mail your Exam application and fee after 7/15/14, either go online to pay or simply bring your check or cash to the meeting, (no CCs onsite), and send an RSVP to to reserve your seat in the Exam. Our web site is go to Conference Calendar and then to this course date to pay for your exam with your credit card. You do not have to pay in advance for your Exam, just the Exam Costs: CVRN I Exams: University Hospital Staff: $250, all others $295 Register for the CVRN Review Course & Exam 1. First name: ______________________Middle initial: _____ 2. Last name: ___________________ Degree: _____________ 3. Professional certifications held: __________________________ 4. Nursing License Number & State Issued: _____________________ 5.  Male  Female 6. Home address: ____________________________ City: __________________ State:_________ Zip: ________ 7. Home ___________________________________ 8. Work ___________________________________ 9. Home phone: ______________________ 10. Name of employer: __________________________________ 11. Phone number of employer: ______________________________ 12. What area of cardiology do you work in? _____________________ 13. How long have you worked in this area? _____________________ 14. What other areas of cardiology do you have experience in?____________________________ 15. How many hours per week do you work in cardiology? ________ 16. Have you had formal training in cardiology? __________ 17. If so, what specialty degree or certification do you hold in cardiology? ___________________________________ 18. Does your hospital have an in-house training program for critical care and telemetry nurses? ___________ 19. Is your hospital a Magnet facility or are they seeking Magnet status? ______ 20.  I will be attending the CVRN Review Course 7/26-27/  I will be sitting for the CVRN Board Exams 7/27/  I am undecided about the Exams and will tell you on 7/26/14


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