As a veteran nurse with more than 30 years of experience, Mark Rowe pioneered the vascular access service and peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) program at one of the most well respected medical centers in Arkansas. Early in Mark's career, he successfully petitioned the State Board of Nursing to allow the use of enhanced techniques and ultrasound for PICC placement.
An active member of the larger professional community, Mark has held various leadership roles within a prominent vascular access association and has lectured on vascular access throughout the United States and internationally. He continues to advance the field of vascular access, serving as a clinical preceptor.
Rowe, M. It's Just a Little Stick: Everyone gets one or two or three… Presented at: Florida Vascular Access Summit (FLAVAN and BOCAVAN); October 2017; Jupiter Beach, FL.
Rowe, M. Community of Care in Vascular Access: The New Standard in Vascular Securement. Presented at: North East Ohio Vascular Access Network (NEOAVA); October 2017; Cleveland, OH.
Rowe, M. Vascular Access Liaison Program: Feasibility and Effectiveness. Presented at: 31st Annual Scientific Meeting of the Association for Vascular Access; September 2017; Phoenix, AZ.