Filling the Tank: An Update on Fluid Resuscitation in Pediatric Sepsis
Webinar Description: This session provides an update on pediatric sepsis fluid resuscitation based on the 2020 Pediatric Surviving Sepsis Guidelines. Case reviews allow participants to identify important factors for bedside implementation of recommendations.
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  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Fluid Resuscitation and Sepsis
Webinar Description: This session presents evidence-based fluid management strategies for adult and pediatric patients with sepsis and septic shock. Recommendations for fluid resuscitation, stabilization, and maintenance are discussed.
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  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Healthcare-Associated Infection Mini-Summit
Course Description: Despite attention and improvements, healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) remain a challenge to healthcare professionals. According to the CDC, one in every 31 patients has at least one HAI each day.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Hospital Acquired Sepsis: Early Recognition and Intervention
Webinar Description: Hospitalized patients, like those who have recently had surgery, those with chronic medical conditions that may put them at risk, and patients who are admitted with an infection that is not getting better or is getting worse, may be at risk of developing sepsis.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
I Got the Fever: Monitoring Sepsis and Systemic Inflammation in Children
Webinar Description: This webinar will discuss the use of procalcitonin (PCT), C-reactive protein (CRP), and ferritin in pediatric clinical practice.
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  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
If I Could Change One Thing to Improve Sepsis Care
Session Description: It is frequently said that many roads lead to sepsis. It is critical to improve sepsis care to decrease morbidity and mortality for the estimated 1.7 million adults in the U.S. who develop sepsis every year.
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  • RN CE Contact Hours
Improving Sepsis Survivorship: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Optimize Post-Sepsis Care
Webinar Description: This course discusses a multidisciplinary approach for the care of patients after hospitalization for sepsis.  Gain guidance from clinicians working at the U-M PULSE (Post-ICU Longitudinal Survivor Experience) clinic, which provides post-ICU care to sepsis survivors
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Increasing Clinician Buy-in to Improve Sepsis Care
Webinar Description:At Virginia Mason Health System in Seattle, WA, sepsis was responsible for 47% of all mortality cases in the health system during a seven year window. There had to be drastic improvement for the good of the patients that entrusted their care to us.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Managing Healthcare Providers' Mental and Physical Wellness in the Time of COVID-19
Webinar Description:As COVID-19 sweeps across the United States, healthcare workers are rising to the challenge of managing and treating the virus. It is vitally important that healthcare providers stay healthy, both mentally and physically, during this unprecedented time.
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  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Meeting the Sepsis CMS Measures
Webinar Description: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) launched the core measures for the management of sepsis (SEP-1) on October 1, 2015. This course reviews the history of the measures and overviews CMS’s approach to quality and quality measurement.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours

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