24 June 2022
Join AVAS today!
The AVAS mission is to: “Promote and improve patient safety and clinical outcomes; develop a standard of excellence in the field of vascular access; promote the development in national standards of practice; provide professional development and quality education; develop and share best practices; and promote ongoing vascular access research."  We invite clinicians, vascular access specialists, educators, researchers, and industry partners to join today.     &n...
24 June 2022
INS Webinar: PIVC Bundles

 
21 June 2022
Infection Control Matters podcast
The Infection Control Matters podcast series is well worth a listen, for vascular access and beyond. Check it out! The team discusses new research and issues on the topic of infection prevention and control. It's chatty and informative, with interviews with doctors, nurses, clinicians, academics and administrators.  "Professor Brett Mitchell (from the University of Newcastle Australia), Associate Professor Deborah Friedman (Barwon Health), Martin Kiernan (University of West Lo...
24 February 2022
Vascular Access Device Patency Assessment & Education
Topic: Vascular Access Device: evidence versus current practice for patency assessment & education, brought to you by the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA). Patency assessment: Does your workplace use a standardised, validated tool? What do you assess – blood return, flushing, both? What are the education and competency recommendations for vascular access? Join us to discuss the evidence versus our current practice and walk through two validated assessment to...
1 November 2021
Australian Vascular Access Society: Become a member!

The latest issue of Vascular Access is now available to AVAS members. Become a member today! Australian Vascular Access Society (AVAS)

28 October 2021
CNSA Vascular Access Devices: Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guidelines: Online launch 3 November!
Vascular access devices are lifelines for patients with cancer for the administration of prescribed therapies and supportive care. Evidence-based management is key in the prevention of vascular access complications and premature removal. The revised Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) Vascular Access Devices: Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guidelines detail the latest evidence and recommendations for patients with cancer with peripheral intravenous cannulas and central venous ac...
5 July 2021
Preventing IV complications podcast
Those who know me understand how passionate I am about PIVC care! In this Osler podcast, Dr Todd Fraser and I discuss best practice of PIVC insertion and maintenance, with essential tips for infection prevention and good cannula assessment and management. If you like this podcast, I encourage you to check out the Osler website and download the free My Osler app. They have lots of excellent education podcasts and learning modules for all kinds of healthcare professionals.&nbsp...
3 July 2021
Free medical education website and app
Are you a medical student, junior doctor, paramedic or advanced practice nurse wanting to brush up on your medical knowledge? Osler is a platform designed to support medical students and junior doctors transition to life on the wards, as well as any healthcare clinicians who strive for excellence by ensuring they are best prepared to care for their patients. Whether you're starting out as a student, or an expert in your field, whether you're a nurse, a doctor, allied health or p...

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