Jointly Presented Sepsis Alliance and CHA Live Webinar - Nurses Challenging Sepsis: Saving Children’s Lives
Every child with sepsis deserves life-saving care, and nursing leaders Kimberly DeNicolo, Ann & Robert Lurie Children's Hospital and Tracy Lowerre, Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU Health, have risen to the challenge as the 2019 winners of the Erin’s Campaign for Kids Nursing Award. The Sepsis Webinar Series returns in 2020 with this special presentation hosted by the Children's Hospital Association in partnership with Sepsis Alliance, the leading nonprofit sepsis patient advocacy organization in North America. This event highlights the work of these exemplary nurses, who through their dedication to improving sepsis care have transformed teams and brought about measurable change. Discover how they have leveraged quality improvement methodology to identify barriers to timely care, develop effective staff education strategies, optimize electronic data use, and heighten sepsis awareness to unprecedented levels across their institutions.
Nurses, physician assistants, physicians, emergency responders, physical therapists, patient care assistants, and other healthcare staff
This webinar is done as part of a collaboration between The Sepsis Institute and Children's Hospital Association.
Kimberly DeNicolo, MSN, RN
Emergency Department Quality Coordinator, Ann & Robert H. Lurie's Children's Hospital of Chicago
Tracy Lowerre, BSN, MSN, RN
Nurse Clinician, Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU Health
For Physicians: Children's Hospital Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
For Nurses: Children's Hospital Association designates this activity for 1.00 ANCC contact hours.
This webinar is open to CHA member hospitals and pediatric sepsis clinicians in community hospitals focused on improving patient outcomes.
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