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  • INS India initiative to be launched to decrease medical errors - To improve patient-safety during medical treatment, the India chapter of Infusion Nurses Society (INS), a coalition of global academic healthcare professionals, will early next year launch a "National Data Repository" for infusion therapy to help gauge the extent of inadvertent medical errors and infections at city hospitals. For more information, click here
  • New Scholarship to Advance Home Infusion Nurses Now Accepting Applications - The National Home Infusion Foundation (NHIF) invites home infusion nurses to apply for its inaugural Lynn Giglione Memorial NHIF Scholarship Award for Home and Specialty Infusion Nursing.  The scholarship, which pays tribute to its namesake, aims to strengthen and advance the learning, leadership, care provision and professional commitment among home and specialty infusion nurses.  All applications must be received by January 12, 2015. For more information, click here.
  • Submit a nomination for the ABNS Award for Nursing Certification Advocacy. Details are here.
  • Nurses Service Organization (NSO) and CNA HealthPro have published a new case study on alleged improper administration of chemotherapy infusion resulting in patient injury. Read this important study on risk management strategies here
  • INS has released a new paper to assist in the development or expansion of infusion teams. Read “Making the Business Case for Infusion Teams: The Purpose, People, and Process” here.
  • The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists has published a fact sheet regarding the current shortage of certain large-volume intravenous solutions, along with a plan of action. Please read this important report today and help champion these critical conservation efforts.
  • The latest issue of Infusion Spotlight, Home Infusion Therapy, is now available in the Infusion News section of the INS Knowledge Center.
  • The latest Safety Information alerts are here.

Registration is now open for INS 2015.



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Sessions from INS 2014 Now Available in the INS Knowledge Center

We're pleased to present streamed educational sessions in the INS Knowledge Center.  Both the "Caring for the Caregiver" and "Technology" tracks filmed at INS 2014 are now available in the INS Knowledge Center. All are available for CE and recerts, please visit the INS Knowledge Center for more details.





The completely revised 4th edition covers the latest technological advances in infusion therapy and reflects the recent expansion of the practice of infusion nursing. A detailed outline format makes it easy to retrieve and review essential facts.

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The Infusion Nurses Certification Corporation (INCC), INS’ sister organization, offers the Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI®) credential. As the only nationally accredited certification for infusion nurses, the prestigious CRNI® warrants the recognition and respect of patients, peers, and employers and demonstrates a dedication to the pursuit of lifelong learning and delivery of quality health care.
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