Our consultants have presented for thousands of clinicians over the past decade including Administrators, Risk Management, Infection Prevention, Quality Officers, and bedside clinicians. Your team is unique and we can help through modern vascular access.
Matt Gibson RN, CRNI, VA-BC, CPUI
Matt has been a nurse for 27 years working in ICU, ER, home infusion, vascular access in long term and acute care settings. Areas of expertise are insertion of vascular access device with ultrasound, care and management of those devices, complications involving device placement and infusion complications.
His past positions have included staff nurse on multiple vascular access teams, regional manager of the 2nd largest mobile vascular access team in the nation and the Chief Nursing Officer of an aggressively growing mobile vascular access team in Memphis, TN. Since 2015, Matt has served on the Public Affairs Committee for the Association of Vascular Access, past president of the Kentucky Indiana Vascular Access Network (KIVAN), current president of the Michigan Vascular Access Network and presidential advisor to KIVAN and IndiVAN. He is a member of the Infusion Nurse’s Society (INS) National and Association of Vascular Access (AVA) National, have certifications in infusion, board certified in vascular access (AVA) and is a certified PICC ultrasound inserter. Matt is a published author in the area of vascular access care and management and serves as a consultant researcher for Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak Michigan and Deaconess Clinic in Evansville, Indiana. Currently, Matt is the Chief Executive Officer of Vascular Access Consulting works with companies to develop vascular access products and writes education content for vascular access programs.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Thank you for your informative lectures on the prevention of CLABSI held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 2019 that reflected positively in the sustained low incidence rate of CLABSI in 2020.
Our hospital reported 2 to 5 times higher than the NHSN-USA benchmark, therefore we are planning to organize a virtual formal educational program to reduce and control CLABSI in and outside of the ICU as a part of the quality improvement project. Other objectives are in process.
We had a good experience in reduce CLABSI. I will introduce my experience during the event educational program.
It is my pleasure to invite you to participate with us and present your lecture on “central line insertion: complication and safety”.