Presentation on theme: "Mark Your Calendar, Reserve Your Seat and Tell Your Colleagues: The CVRN Board Certification Review Course is Coming to: Come for the Best Review of Clinical."— Presentation transcript:
Mark Your Calendar, Reserve Your Seat and Tell Your Colleagues: The CVRN Board Certification Review Course is Coming to: Come for the Best Review of Clinical Cardiology Available, and/or to Validate Your Clinical Knowledge by Sitting for the CVRN-BC Exams in Cardiovascular Nursing. We have the only 100% Cardiac Exam in the Industry, why go anywhere else? Austin, TX January 24-25, 2015 It is well known that Professional Certification has a Dramatic Impact on the Personal, Professional, and Practice Outcomes of Board Certified Nurses! Be among the Elite Cardiac Nurses to Hold a CVRN-BC Credential; the Mark of Excellence in Cardiovascular Nursing Practice!
This Clinical Cardiovascular Nursing Review Course was designed to meet the Professional Development and Board Certification needs of your 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 CVRN Board Certification Exams offered by the American Board of Cardiovascular Medicine are approved by the ANCC for Magnet applications. Seton Medical Center is taking the lead the Austin, TX area by Co-Hosting the Clinical Cardiovascular Nursing Review Course, and CVRN Board Certification Opportunity for Nurses and Nurse Practitioners working in Cardiology departments. This course has quickly become the Nation’s best Cardiology Review and it receives rave reviews from its participants. Don’t miss the opportunity to take part in this Professional Education Development event. FACULTY: Presented by: American College of Cardiovascular Nurses, American Board of Cardiovascular Medicine, and Co-Hosted by Seton Medical Center of Austin National Cardiovascular Nursing Board Certification Exam Opportunities Onsite! Alice Friedrich ANP, MS, BSN, RN, CVRN-BC Level II. Cardiovascular Nurse Practitioner for the North Shore LIJ Health System in New York; former Adjunct Nursing Professor at Molloy College, Rockville Center, New York. Alice is a National speaker for the ABCM, and has taught at many Regional and National Conferences. She has a natural teaching gift and makes learning very enjoyable, informative and practical. Alice was among the first Nurse Practitioners to receive CVRN Board Certification Status in Seton Medical Center McFadden Auditorium Austin, TX January 24-25, 2015 Cardiovascular Nursing Review Course Free Cert Pin Awarded To those who pass their CVRN Exams
Course Outline: 7:00-7:55am - Course & Exam Registration 8-9:20am - Hypertension 9:30-10:50am - Heart Failure 11-12:00pm - Cardiomyopathy 12-1:00pm – Lunch on your own 1:00-2:00pm - Bedside Assessment of CV Patient 2:00-4:30pm - EKG Essentials Course/Exam Outline: 7:30-7:55am - Course & Exam Registration 8-10:00am - Interventional Cardiology 10:15-11:00am - Acute Coronary Syndromes 11-12pm – Cardiac Pacemakers 2:00-5:00pm – CVRN Board Certification Exams Registration Fees and Instructions for the Cardiovascular Nursing Review Course and/or Certification Exams: 1) Seton Staff Fees: $120 Course Only; and an additional $250 for the CVRN I Exam 2) All non-Seton Staff Fees: $160 Course Only; and an additional $295 for CVRN I Exam A Pre-Registration fee is required for only the Course which must be paid by January 9, 2015 in order to reserve your seat and handout in this Course. Any registrations received after this date will be assessed a $20 late fee and will be considered a walk-in registrant. Contact Hours: This course is approved for 7.0 contact hours for 1/24 and an additional 4.0 hours for 1/25 by the Florida Board of Nursing Provider Number Course Location: Seton Medical Center McFadden Auditorium 1201 West 38th Street Austin, TX Questions about the Course and Exams Call (9am-4pm M-F) or Terms and Methods of Payment: 1) Pay Online with a credit card in our online Store at 2) To Pay by check or money order, make payable to ABCM (may combine Course and Exam fees in one, or separate checks) and mail along with the Registration Form on the next page to: ABCM, P.O. Box 3219, Spring Hill, FL ) Do not mail your Course Registration fee after January 2nd to assure safe arrival by January 9 th. If you register later than the 9 th, please us of your intent to attend the Course (keeping in mind, you will be considered a walk in and will have to pay the late fee of $20 extra if you miss this deadline. Send s to: 4) If you are undecided about the Exam, you may wait to pay for it onsite with cash or check.
Register for the Cardiovascular Nursing Review Course and/or the CVRN-BC Exam: Scheduled for January 24-25, 2015 – Austin, TX Please do not leave any questions un-answered, or your registration will not be complete. Print clearly in your best handwriting. I will attend the Cardiovascular Nursing Review Course I will sit for my CVRN Level I Board Certification Exam at the completion of the Course I am undecided about taking the CVRN Level I Board Certification Exam and will let you know onsite at the Course. 1. First name: ______________________Middle initial: _____ Last name: ____________________________ 2. Degree(s) Held: _______________________________________________________________ 3. Professional certifications held: __________________________ 4. Nursing or other Professional License Number & State Issued: _____________________________ 5. Male Female 6. Home address: ____________________________ City: __________________ State:_________ Zip: ________ 7. Home ___________________________________ 8. Work ___________________________________ 9. Home phone: ______________________ 10. Supervisor’s Name: ______________________________________ 11. Name of Employer: ______________________________________ 12. Phone number of Employer: ________________________________ 13. What area of cardiology do you work in? ______________________ 14. How long have you worked in this area? ________________ 15. What other areas of cardiology do you have experience in? ____________________________________________ 16. How many hours per week do you work in cardiology? ________ 17. Have you had formal training in cardiology? __________ 18. If so, what specialty degree or certification do you hold in cardiology? ___________________________________ 19. Does your hospital have an in-house training program for cardiovascular critical care and telemetry nurses? _______ 20. Does your hospital have an in-house training program for cardiac monitor and EKG Techs? ____________ 21. Is your hospital a Magnet facility or are they seeking Magnet status? ______