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If you are not a member already, join IgNS today and get connected with the leading healthcare professionals, get access to specialized education and networking opportunities available to nurses in the field of Ig.

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Educational Resource Center

To address the need for continuing education in the field of Ig therapy, IgNS is pleased to offer our members the online Educational Resource Center, which provides continuing education, a professional knowledge exchange forum, and various clinical and advocacy resources for healthcare professionals.

Educational Programs

The Educational Programs provide the IgNS members with valuable educational resources on diseases, Ig products, therapy approaches, patient management, advocacy, and patient support. Our educational programs are listed below. Log in to get additional information and download content.

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Advances in Management and Administration of Immunoglobulin Therapy
Recorded Wednesday, May 7, 2014

IgNS Invites You to View a New Continuing Education Symposium

Advances in Management and Administration of Immunoglobulin Therapy

Presented at the Infusion Nurses Society Annual Conference May 7, 2014

Tom Schleis, MS, RPh
Jan E. Jones, RN, MSN

IgNS President
Director Nursing, Biofusion Inc

Kathy Puglise MSN/ED, BSN, RN, CRNI

VP Infusion Nursing, BioScrip
Past President, Infusion Nursing Society

Managing Adverse Events with Immunoglobulin Therapy
Recorded Thursday, April 17, 2014

Immunoglobulin (Ig) therapy has a variety of clinical indications, with over 160 applications documented in published literature. While currently approved Ig products have been found to be of similar efficacy, the tolerability profile can differ product to product, and patient to patient. Adverse events are a common occurrence with Ig administration, and can range from frequent mild and moderate reactions, to rare, serious and life-threatening. Understanding the adverse event profile of Ig therapy, and learning prevention and mitigation strategies is a critical part of managing Ig therapy in patients.

Brian Tonkovic, PharmD.

Director of EyeOn Therapy Management
Coram/CVS Caremark Specialty Infusion Services

An Interdisciplinary Approach in the Management of Patients Requiring Immune Globulin Treatment in a Home Care Setting
Recorded Friday, September 20, 2013

An Interdisciplinary Approach in the Management of Patients Requiring Immune Globulin Treatment in a Home Care Setting

Leslie Vaughan, RPh

Senior Vice President of Clinical Programs
NuFACTOR Specialty Pharmacy

Angie Cook, RN

Senior Director of Patient Care Services
Crescent Healthcare, a Walgreens Company

Todd Levine, MD

Phoenix Neurological Associates
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center

Marc Riedl, MD, MS

Associate Professor of Medicine
Section of Allergy and Immunology
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine

Autoimmune Mucocutaneous Blistering Diseases
Recorded Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Autoimmune mucocutaneous blistering diseases (AMBDs) are a group of serious disorders that affect the skin and surrounding tissue. These disorders can have serious clinical sequelae that can diminish quality of life and are associated with significant mortality and morbidity. This webinar will describe the most common AMBDs, treatment options, and the growing role of Ig therapy is these disorders.

Amy Clarke, RN

Program Manager, Specialty Infusion Services
Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy

Living with CIDP: A Patient and Nurse Discussion
Recorded Saturday, December 1, 2012

A nurse’s role in patient care is multifaceted. This webinar provides insight into various plan of care strategies that include the emotional as well as physical support for patients, their family members, or caregivers. Nurses will gain a greater understanding of the patient’s perspective on their illness, chronic Ig therapy, and the important role of their nurse.

Becky Gamez, RN, BSN

Altruistix Nursing Services, Inc.

Lydia Dale Shaw

CIDP Patient