Home Infusion Nursing Certificate Program
It is vital for home health nurses to have the knowledge and skills to safely administer infusion therapies at home, prevent catheter related infections, and prevent re-hospitalizations to the best of their abilities. In addition to excellent knowledge of hi-tech infusion therapies, home infusion nurses require peripheral catheter insertion skills and the knowledge to manage all types of central vascular access devices (CVADs) while preventing vascular access and infusion therapy related complications.
This two (2) or three (3) day comprehensive Home Infusion Nursing Training Program is developed by home infusion therapy experts and geared towards nurses with little or no experience in home infusion therapy. This program may also be appropriate for those who wish to advance their knowledge and skills in infusion therapy procedures.
By attending the 2-day program, attendees learn to collaborate with infusion providers to provide holistic care, manage patients with complex infusion therapies at home, care for midline catheters, PICC, port-a-caths, and all central vascular access devices (CVADs).
The 3rd day of the Program focuses on peripheral IV catheter insertion skills. If you need to learn or sharpen peripheral catheter insertion skills, please attend the IV refresher and skill enhancement workshop. .
Who Should Attend this Home Infusion Nursing Certificate Program?
- RNs planning to enter the home infusion therapy field
- Home health nurses wishing to advance their knowledge and skills in infusion therapy at home
- Clinical managers and supervisors