Ebola Updates and Important Links
October 22, 2014
Daily Update: EBOLA and Patient Transport
Ebola Educational Links – October 19, 2014
Questions and Answers on Ebola
US Department of Health
Information for Healthcare Workers and Settings
CDC Emergency Preparedness and Response
Ebola virus disease Information for Clinicians in U.S. Healthcare Settings
Planning to Transport a Patient with Ebola
Checklist to Evaluate Patients with Ebola
Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations
CDC Ebola information and guidance
Ebola Infection Control Resources
The ASTNA office has officially moved! Please make note
of the new contact information.
Nikole Good, Executive Director
13918 E. Mississippi Avenue
Aurora, CO 80012
800.897.6362 toll free
Call for Experts in Infectious Disease
ASTNA is in the developmental phase of formulating a position statement for the transport of highly infectious patients. We are looking for members or friends of our organization to assist us in this endeavor.
If you are interested or know someone who would be great on this project, please contact Nikole Good at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Program Ambassadors
ASTNA is always looking for members who wish to be involved in the life and business of our great , dynamic association. Presently, we are looking for 6 members who would like to be involved with our membership boost initiative. If you have been wanting to get involved, are energetic and enthusiastic, please e-mail us your contact details as well as your program affiliation to email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!! For more information, please click here.
Exhibitor Opportunities for 2015 CCTMC - Charlotte, North Carolina
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Thanks to Ami Brownlee for coordinating the Association of Critical-Care Nurses National Teaching Institute ExpoEd Sessions in the Transport Nursing Learning Center this week in Denver.
Other presenters along with Ami were Elisabeth Abel, Barry Chamberlain, Chad Edwards, Sierra Farris, Mardean Haines, David Kearns, Jennifer Leach, Kathy Shoemaker, Allen Wolfe, Jr. and Teresa Zuber. Thank you for donating your time to represent ASTNA and transport nursing.
We also give a big THANKS to David Kearns for coordinating the craft and vehicles that were in the exhibit hall. Air Methods generously brought in an AirLife rotor and Med-Trans brought in a rotor from North Colorado Med Evac. Flight for Life Colorado had an ambulance on site as well. Crews were on hand to answer questions from each of the programs.
Over 6100 nurses attended NTI this week—the first time this conference has been in Denver.
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