Webinar: 2018 Sepsis Awareness Month
28 AUG 2018
Webinar: 2018 Sepsis Awareness Month

​​Don't miss our clinical education webinar series focusing on bringing awareness to sepsis. Help us See It. Stop It. Survive It.​​​

Week 2: Sep. 11, 3 p.m. ET - See It: Sepsis & Biomarkers - M. Laura Parnas, Ph.D. and Annie Stock, Pharm.D
-Procalcitonin use in sepsis manag​ement and antibiotic treatment decisions: research update and hospital experience with procalcitonin testing

Week 3: Sep. 18, 3 p.m. ET - Stop It: Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia: Research Update - JoAnn Brooks, Ph.D., RN
-An overview of current trends in prevention and treatment of hospital-acquired pneumonia, the most common cause of sepsis

Week 4: Sep. 25, 3 p.m. ET - Survive It: Indiana Sep-1 Compliance: Life After Sepsis-Readmissions, Recovery, and Community Outreach - Rebecca Hancock, RN, Ph.D. & Chris Newkirk, BSN, RN, CCM
-Focus on sepsis bundle compliance data and associated outcomes, post-sepsis syndrome, and community awareness              

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Meeting ID: 828 138 179
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Previous Sepsis Awareness Webinar - Week 1: Aug. 28, 3 p.m. ET - Qualitative Analysis of Older Adults’ Experiences in Faces of SepsisTM - Rebecca Hancock, RN, Ph.D.
-Analysis of posts from sepsis survivors and victims’ families on Sepsis Alliance’s Faces of Sepsis website: experienced signs and symptoms, barriers, self-management strategies, interactions prior to sepsis diagnosis, and recommendations to reduce time to treatment​​​​
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