Healthcare-Associated Infection Mini-Summit 2020
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
Format
Credits
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Healthcare-Associated Infection Mini-Summit 2021
Event Description: According to the CDC, one in every 31 patients contracts at least one healthcare-associated infection (HAI) daily.
Category
  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
Format
Credits
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Sepsis in Pregnancy
Module Description:Pregnancy-related sepsis is a life-threatening medical emergency defined as organ dysfunction resulting from infection during pregnancy, childbirth, post-abortion, miscarriage, or the postpartum period.
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  • CE Offered
  • Training Module
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Credits
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Sepsis & Trauma: What Frontline Providers Need to Know
Webinar Description: Although trends in sepsis mortality have generally improved over the years, this is not the case in the trauma population.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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Credits
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Sepsis and Opioid Use Disorder: The Intersection of Two Public Health Crises
Webinar Description: Sepsis and opioid use disorders are major sources of morbidity, mortality, and costs to the healthcare system.
Category
  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
Format
Credits
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Post-COVID Conditions in Children and Young People
Webinar DescriptionPost-COVID conditions is the term the CDC uses for the wide range of physical and mental health consequences that can occur four or more weeks after SARS-CoV-2 infection.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
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Credits
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Sepsis & Home Health Care
Training Module Description: Recognizing that the majority of sepsis cases begin outside of the hospital, it’s important for home
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  • CE Offered
  • Training Module
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  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Intellectual Disability and Sepsis: Understanding Disparities and Care Needs
Webinar Description In this webinar, experts in healthcare delivery, disability, and sepsis discuss the critical need to address health disparities for people with intellectual disabilities and sepsis.This webinar was originally recorded on 3/16/22.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
Format
Credits
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
Sepsis and Oncology
Training Module Description: Cancer is the most common comorbid condition in patients with sepsis. Cancer patients are particularly susceptible to sepsis due to the immunosuppressive effects of cancer treatment, or due to the malignancy itself.
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  • CE Offered
  • Training Module
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Credits
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours
AIM to Improve: The Importance of Patient Safety Bundles for Treating Sepsis in Obstetrical Care
Webinar Description: Patient safety bundles offer standardized approaches for delivering well-established, evidence-based practice, which can be especially vital for treating sepsis in obstetrical care.
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  • CE Offered
  • Prerecorded Webinar
Format
Credits
  • Participation
  • RN CE Contact Hours

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