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I SAVE That Podcast
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SEASON 2
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Episode 9 - 07/19/19
Sponsored by Adhezion Biomedical, Episode 9 takes a deep dive into the land of tissue adhesive. It features a discussion with self-proclaimed "glue addict" Rebecca Stevens, RN, BSN, VA-BC™. Peter Carr, PhD, MMedSc, BSc, H Dip A&E Nurs, Dip HE Nurse then joins the show to chat with us about his contributions to Vessel Health and Preservation: The Right Approach for Vascular Access.
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Episode 8 - 07/02/19
It is Vessel Health and Preservation time! On Episode 8 of Season 2 of the ISAVE That Podcast, hosts Judy Thompson, Ramzy Nasrallah and Eric Seger discuss the enhanced e-edition of Vessel Health and Preservation: The Right Approach for Vascular Access. Episode sponsored by 3M.
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Episode 7 - 05/14/19
AVA Academy is here! Ramzy speaks with Skender Daerti from The Clinician Exchange about the launch of AVA’s new learning management system, while Eric shares an interview with Lauren Backe, mother of a pediatric patient and the author of an upcoming Patient Perspective article in the Journal of the Association for Vascular Access. Episode sponsored by ivWatch.
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Episode 6 - 04/12/19
This is an exceptional episode of the ISAVE That Podcast. The ECRI Institute recently released its top-10 Patient Safety Concerns for 2019, and numerous relate directly to Vascular Access practice and care. We focus on No. 9 from the list, Infections from Peripherally Inserted IV Lines, in this episode during our discussion with Dr. Marcia Ryder and ECRI Senior Infection Prevention & Patient Safety Analyst Jim Davis.
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Episode 5 - 03/27/19
Sponsored by Access Scientific, this episode brings Dr. Rahul Pathak and Chellie DeVries, MPH, CIC, VA-BC™ into the fray to break down a recent AHRQ report that demonstrates how Vascular Access is a critical arm of infection prevention, open a discussion on device policies and procedures and more!
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Episode 4 - 03/05/19
Sponsored by Parker Labs, we discuss the upcoming webinar that focuses on standardizing and streamlining ultrasound-guided PIV insertion with aseptic non-touch technique scheduled for Friday, March 22 at 2 p.m. ET and chat with patient advocate Emily Levy and clinician mentor Dr. Mourad Ismail.
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Episode 3 - 02/12/19
Sponsored by AngioDynamics, we sit down with Jack Ingold, BSN, RN, VA-BC™, a critical care nurse passionate about teaching ultrasound-guided PICC insertion, to discuss his career and all things ultrasound. Then later, Eric chats with Brent Burbridge, MD, FRCPC, the author of the spring 2019 CE article in the Journal of the Association for Vascular Access.
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Episode 2 - 02/01/19
This special episode of the ISAVE That Podcast is in response to the Association for Vascular Access’ story on male tennis player Andy Murray’s Instagram post that showed the peripheral IVs on his right arms following a procedure to resurface his right hip. AVA assembled a panel of multidisciplinary vascular access experts to discuss the photo and the comments on his IV care from the international healthcare community.
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Episode 1 - 01/08/19
Sponsored by Timertag and GE Healthcare, the first episode of Season 2 houses discussions with numerous members of The AVATAR Group and AVAS: Amanda Ullman, Claire Rickard, Nicole Marsh, Gillian Ray-Barruel, Samantha Keogh and Andrew Bulmer. We chat about the AVATAR story, current clinical trials and publications, future projects and more.
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Episode 10 - 12/07/18
Sponsored by AVA ACADEMY, the final episode of Season 1 features a conversation with the brains behind MiVAN, the Michigan Vascular Access Network, a clinician who found her niche through AVA and a Beyond the Manuscript segment highlighting a case study set to publish in the winter issue of the Journal of the Association for Vascular Access.
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Episode 9 - 11/14/18
Sponsored by BD, this episode features an extremely special interview with AVA founder Suzanne LaVere Herbst. Suzanne shares an oral history of AVA, the organization she created more than 30 years ago.
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Episode 8 - 10/24/18
Features an interview on controlling infections in peripheral IVs with Dr. Liza Ovington, the Medical Director for CER, Wound Healing and Infection Prevention at Ethicon, as well as a conversation with Chuck Ramirez, BA, RRT, VA-BC™ the author of an upcoming article in the Journal of the Association for Vascular Access in a Beyond the Manuscript interview.
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Episode 7 - 10/02/18
An episode recap of the annual AVA Scientific Meeting in September in Columbus, Ohio. AVA chats with Christie Chapman, RN, BSN, CIC, Director-at-Large on the AVA Board of Directors to get her thoughts on the largest AVA conference ever, and then get reaction from a pair of first-time attendees: Tori Amsler, RN, BSN, and Nancy Yankovic, RN, VA-BC™.
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Episode 6 - 08/31/18
This episode focuses on leadership in Vascular Access. We welcome a trio of leaders from our multidisciplinary specialty to discuss the tiers and expectations of leadership and much more. All three are also speakers at AVASM18 next month in Columbus!
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Episode 5 - 08/10/18
Featuring a discussion at WoCoVA in Copenhagen with Marcia Wise, RN, VA-BC™, the 2018 AVA Scientific Meeting Design Team Chair and an interview with Vascular Access and Home Infusion specialist Elizabeth Dow, BSN, RN, CRNI®, WCC, VA-BC™ and NHIA Vice President for Clinical Services Jenn Charron, RN, MSN, CNE about the current state of home infusion and its place in the vascular access continuum of care.
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Episode 4 - 07/26/18
We chat with Dr. Jack LeDonne, the 2018 recipient of the Suzanne LaVere Herbst Award, feature an interview with NHIA Vice President for Clinical Services Jenn Charron, RN, MSN, CNE about the recent NHIA/AVA collaboration and sit down in Copenhagen at WoCoVA with 2018 AVA D-Team member and conference speaker Matt Ostroff, MSN, AGANCP, VA-BC™, CRNI®, CPUI.
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Episode 3 - 07/10/18
Featuring a discussion with Dr. Hudson Garrett Jr., PhD, FNP-BC, IP-BC™, VA-BC™ and Judy Thompson on how to implement AVA’s position paper on low-level disinfection of ultrasound probes, as well as an interview at WoCoVA with Dr. Matt Jones on moving away from suturing in Vascular Access Devices.
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Episode 2 - 06/18/18
Featuring interviews with Dr. Hudson Garrett Jr., PhD, FNP-BC, IP-BC™, VA-BC™ and JAVA author Melissa D. Chittle, PA-C.
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Episode 1 - 05/24/18
The inaugural episode of the I SAVE That Podcast, featuring interviews with infection control officers Chellie DeVries, MPH, CIC, VA-BC™, JAVA author Donna Matocha, DNP, and more.