AHRMM & GEDSA Webinar: Minimizing Medical Tubing Misconnections – The ENFit® Patient Safety Initiative

Date: May 18, 2022

Time: 1:00PM ET

Location: Virtual

CE Credit! Join our panel of provider thought leaders as they discuss the ISO 80369-3 (ENFit) small bore connector conversion successes, lessons learned and implementation processes. A robust question and answer period will give attendees the opportunity to ask detailed questions and receive guidance to overcome the obstacles and apprehensions that may hinder implementation.

ENFit: The Time is Now

Date: May 19, 2022

Time: 12:00PM ET

Location: Virtual

ENFit enteral tubing connectors is a design standard developed to prevent enteral tubing misconnections. Through this standard, every enteral tubing accessory, extension set, syringe, long tube/PEG, and NG-tube will be designed with a specific ENFit connector to prevent enteral tubing misconnections. Though ENFit standardization is not mandated at this time, it is recommended by many professional organizations and regulating bodies – including the Joint Commission and the Food and Drug Administration.

While this unique international standard design for enteral devices improves safety, it has yet to reach full adoption in many countries. Reasons for lack of complete adoption include the limited resources available to make the transition, supply chain challenges, and perceived shortcomings in ENFit product designs. But with many legacy enteral devices being phased out by manufacturers, implementing ENFit should be a high priority.

Featured Speakers include GEDSA’s Executive Director, Ben Davis!

MOOG Webinar: ENFit Live! The Who, What, When, Where, and Why of ENFit

Date: June 7, 2022

Time: 9:00AM - 12:25PM MST

Location: Virtual

CE Program Features:

  • Explain the background of ISO 80369-3 enteral connector standard (trademarked as ENFit), review examples of historical misconnections, and review organization support statement
  • Report current data on ENFit adoption rates across the country
  • Review the 2022 feeding set transition adapter removal timeline and strategize ways to connect during this transition time period
  • Provide examples of the processes and best practices that can help with the transition to ENFit as well as illustrate potential challenges and solutions when transitioning to ENFit
  • Review frequently asked questions
  • Provide live visual demonstrations of ENFit connection types, cleaning techniques, and homecare prescription


  • Cara Larimer, RD, CNSC
    Director of Clinical Development for Moog Medical Enteral Programs
  • Cynthia Reddick, RD, CNSC
    National Tube Feeding Manager at Coram CVS Specialty Infusion Services
  • Ben Davis, Executive Director GEDSA
  • Tom Hancock, President of Vesco
  • John Bacon, Senior Product Manager at Moog Medical
  • Stacie Ethington, MSN, RN-BC
    Medication Safety Nurse Specialist at Nebraska Medicine
  • Vicki Emch, MS, RD
    AVP of Clincal Operations and Sales Support at Aveanna Medical Solutions
  • Molly Yeselson, Patient Representative, GEDSA Clinical Advisory Board; Home Enteral Consumer
  • Joy McVey Hugick, Home Enteral Consumer
  • Beth Lyman, MSN, RN, CNSC, FASPEN
    Co-Founder of GEDSA Clinical Advisory Board
  • Joy Ann Vaught, MS, RD, LD
    Enteral Nutrition Division Manager at Lincare
  • Mary Kuehl, MS, RD
    Regional Dietitian at Shield Healthcare

Moog Dietitian Enteral Workshop: Infinity® Teal & Infinity® Orange® Pump Skills and Patient Examples

Date: June 23, 2022

Time: 1:00PM MST

Location: Virtual

This course covers pump alarms and provides troubleshooting and prevention tips for common errors using both the Infinity and Infinity Orange pumps. Attendees will learn best practices and recommendations while reviewing patient case examples, and will review the resources available for both clinicians and patients

The forum is hosted by Cara Larimer, RD, CNSC and Migan Lightfoot RN, BSN, CRNI