NANN’s Latest CNENow! Modules
Obtain your continuing nursing education (CNE) hours with our latest CNENow! modules, and remember, CNENow! is free to NANN members and $10 per module for nonmembers. Download the latest modules and see the entire CNENow! Library.
Elizabeth Drake, MN NNP RBC-NIC CNS, CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital
Carolyn J. Herrington, PhD RN NNP-BC CLC, College of Nursing, Wayne State University
Leanne M. Nantais-Smith, PhD RN NNP-BC, College of Nursing, Wayne State University
Ruth Snyder, MSN APNC NNP-BC, MidAtlantic Neonatology Associates, Morristown Medical Center
Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters: Guidelines for Practice, 3rd Edition
What’s new in the 3rd edition?
The content reflects our growing interest in and emerging evidence for providing the best care for our patients who require peripherally inserted central catheters. New evidence is reflected in concise, evidence-based, and graded practice recommendations. Common complications and their detection and prevention, new management strategies, and evolving technology are addressed.
What Members Are Saying About the 3rd Edition
Barbera Herzog Taft, NNP-BC and CNS, describes the NANN PICC Guidelines as an excellent resource. She uses it in the NICU to keep the PICC team and staff educated on the current evidence-based practices and says it provides the foundation for their PICC Policy and Procedure.
Carol Polinski, NNP-BC APN, of Comer Children’s Hospital of University of Chicago Medicine, uses the PICC Guideline to refer to NANN’s new standards of care, to give tips to nurses about placement and care of lines, and to assist with positioning for x rays. She appreciates NANN’s contribution to neonatal nursing and the tremendous amount of work NANN volunteers give to help create guidelines like this one.