See It, Stop It, Survive It, and Celebrate It - A Team Approach to Sepsis
November 20, 2018
See It, Stop It, Survive It, and Celebrate It - A Team Approach to Sepsis

​See It, Stop It, Survive It, and Celebrate It: A Team Approach to Sepsis

This activity is jointly provided by Indiana Hospital Association, Qsource, and Purdue Healthcare Advisors.

Save the date for a collaborative meeting for health care providers to discuss recognizing the early signs and symptoms of sepsis, when to seek treatment, and what to expect during recovery.

Register online at​​​​


  • Provide tools for infection education and communication tools for transitions
  • Educate on teach back tools for sepsis education
  • Share applications of joy in the workplace
  • Include sepsis clinical signs and symptoms that occur across the continuum of patient example
  • Share examples of leadership for joy in the workplace for patients and staff
  •  Share current data on sepsis bundle compliance and readmissions
  • Identify appropriate expectations for sepsis bundle in acute care and reducing time to treatment in pre-acute phase of care
  • Share approach to critical conversations around sepsis care and the need for palliative care

Dates                      Location                                                                                                                        
November 29     Memorial Hospital Medical Arts Conference Center – 721 W. 13th St., Jasper
November 30     Landsbaum Center – 1433 N. 6th St., Terre Haute
December 6        ​​Connor Prairie – 13400 Allisonville Rd., Fishers
December 7        Seasons Lodge Conference Center – 560 State Road 46 E., Nashville
December 12      St. Mary Medical Center – 1500 South Lake Park, Hobart
December 13      Manchester University College of Pharmacy – 10627 Diebold Rd., Fort Wayne, IN
Time: 7:30 a.m. – noon  Local Time Zone
Contact: Qsource’s Kara Dawson at 317-628-1145 or IHA’s Becky Hancock at 317-423-7799  

Who Should Attend

Interested healthcare providers and community members including, but not limited to, primary care managers, physicians, nursing students, medical residents, directors of nursing, administrators, housekeeping, dietary, front line nursing staff, CNA’s, hospital quality/care coordinators, nursing managers, home health care, and hospice care providers​​​​​​

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