Mobilizing Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Webinar Description:Telemedicine is a very broad term used to describe many uses of new technologies in healthcare. The challenges today include equipment, time, and resources to begin a telehealth program in response to COVID-19.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Morley Medical Sponsored Webinar: Rethinking “Early Catch” of Sepsis Using Game Changing Artificial Intelligence
Webinar Description:Presented by Morley Medical
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  • Prerecorded Webinar
  • Sponsored Webinar (No CE)
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Multi-disciplinary Healthcare Team Engagement, Education, and Empowerment: The Key Ingredients to a Sustainable Sepsis Program
Webinar Description:This educational webinar will discuss key strategies for engaging and empowering the multi-disciplinary healthcare team in your sepsis program.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Nurses Challenging Sepsis: Saving Children's Lives
Webinar Description: 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 
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Panel: Innovations in Diagnostics: Taking the Guesswork Out of Sepsis
Session Description: This panel discussion reviews assay biological pathways, sepsis progression, and immune system collapse. It will explore the role of molecular diagnostics in sepsis workflow and how to implement effective sepsis protocols in the lab and hospital practice.
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Panel: The Latest Predictive Tools in Sepsis Care: Insights and Learnings from Real World Case Studies
Session Description: It's a common understanding that solving sepsis requires a multidisciplinary approach, and that early detection remains the most promising opportunity for improving outcomes.
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  • Prerecorded Webinar
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Post-Sepsis Syndrome: Recognition and Management
Webinar Description:Post-sepsis syndrome affects up to 50% sepsis survivors, and is associated with cognitive, physical, and mental health impairments.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Racial Disparity: Incidence, Care, and Outcomes of Sepsis in Vulnerable Populations
Session Description: This session will review sepsis concepts as they relate to disparities in race and ethnicity. The focus will include consideration of incidence in sepsis, differences in care outcomes, and morbidity and mortality among vulnerable groups.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Rising Tide: Lessons Learned from Early Days of COVID-19 Pandemic Response in Seattle
Session Description: This panel discussion explores best practices for information dissemination during the COVID-19 epidemic. The challenges of rapid dissemination of medical science via social media vs. traditional medical literature are addressed.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
SEP-1 The Nation’s First Sepsis Measure: What are the Downstream Effects?
Session Description: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) implemented the Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock Early Management Bundle (SEP-1) in 2015. Learn from one of the measure stewards about the current status of the measure and its impact on patient outcomes.
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours

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