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AORN eGuidelines in the PHDL

Posted by on June 10th, 2024 Posted in: Announcements, Blog, PHDL Resources, Public Health

Recently, the Public Health Digital Library began subscribing to AORN’s eGuidelines directly from the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses. This popular resource provides descriptive and comprehensive guidelines that reflect evidence-based practices for the perioperative RN.

The subscription includes the following resources:

·       Guidelines for Perioperative Practice

·       Over 200 searchable, clinical FAQs

·       Audit Tools

·       Case Studies

·       Clinical Calculators

·       Clinical Checklists

·       Gap Analysis Tools

·       Implementation Roadmap

·       Key Takeaways

·      Job Descriptions

·       Policy and Procedure Templates

·       Competency Verification Tools

·       Anesthesia at a Glance

·       Medication at a Glance

·       Procedures at a Glance

·       Positioning at a Glance

·       Skin prep at a Glance

·       Guidelines and Tools for the Sterile Processing Team

·       AORN Guideline and FAQs for Autologous Tissue Management

·       Core Curriculum for the RNFA


Access points to the information in eGuidelines includes an A-to-Z list, an at-a-glance page, vetted links, tools and an FAQ Topics page.   Please watch the eGuidelines Plus overview video to learn how to navigate the site at Link: https://youtu.be/vB3_B56egHQ

This resource can be found in the PHDL e-Resource list.

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Kathy Downing is the Public Health Digital Library Coordinator for the NNLM Public Health Coordination Office.

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