Free Block Nursing & Patient Education

Free Block Nursing & Patient Education

Videos that highlight the important role of block nurses on the regional anesthesia team.

Subscribe Share
Free Block Nursing & Patient Education
  • How to Perform a Pre-Block Timeout

    Andrews Institute perioperative nurses Emily Winchester RN, and Dora Rieves RN, discuss and demonstrate the pre-block timeout, featuring who/what/when/where and why to perform this important step before each and every nerve block procedure.

  • Interscalene Catheter Patient Pump Training

    Todd LeRoy, RN, a perioperative nurse at the Andrews Institute, delivers nerve block pump training to a patient and their family before shoulder surgery.

  • 2019 Block Nurse Course at the Andrews Institute

    Register here for the 7th Annual Block Nurse Course: http://www.andrewsref.org/2019-block-nurse-course/
    The Block Nurse Course at the Andrews Institute is a day and a half workshop focusing on introducing and developing the specialty of Regional Anesthesia nursing. The course follows a curricul...

  • Upper Extremity Pump Training

    Noel Hayes, RN, a nurse at the Andrews Institute, delivers patient education explaining the basics of going home with a nerve block catheter after upper extremity surgery.

  • Lower Extremity Pump Training

    Fran Haswell, RN, a nurse at the Andrews Institute, delivers patient education explaining the basics of going home with a nerve block pump after lower extremity surgery.

  • Introduction to the Block Nursing Specialty

    Register now for the 7th Annual Block Nurse Course: http://www.andrewsref.org/2018-block-nurse-course

    Emily Winchester RN discusses the importance of the regional anesthesia specialty field of block nursing.

  • BLOCKNURSING Lecture Series: Peripheral Nerve Infusions- Nurse Assessment of Benefits & Risks

    Shelia Hoehn, RN, MAN, BC, Assistant Professor of Nursing on the Inpatient Anesthesia Pain Service at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, discusses peripheral nerve infusions, including the nurse assessment of benefits & risks.