Tag: Surviving Sepsis Campaign
The Society of Critical Care Medicine supports various quality and patient safety activities.
Administrative Buy-In: Key to Sepsis Care Improvement
Sean R. Townsend, MD, provides information on how to gain support from administrators for the resources needed to implement the SSC care bundles. Upon completion of this webcast, participants should be able to provide compelling information about the burden of sepsis on healthcare, describe how the implementation of care bundles improves clinical care, and extrapolate data from the literature and apply findings to improve sepsis care.
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Advances in Sepsis: Protecting Patients Throughout the Lifespan
Leading sepsis experts discuss the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recent sepsis Vital Signs and protocols for early recognition of maternal sepsis. This webinar discusses sepsis in acute care settings, septic shock guidelines for pediatrics, as well as sepsis in post-acute and long-term care settings.
Gain strategies for identifying and managing signs and symptoms of sepsis.
Conquering Sepsis Mortality: Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
Christa A. Schorr, RN, MSN, FCCM, discusses how to create an effective teamwork experience, and how to apply these principles to a sepsis performance improvement program. Upon completion of this webcast participants will be able to describe characteristics of a successful teamwork experience, identify problems associated with organizing and managing teamwork, apply principles of teamwork to establish a sepsis performance improvement program and develop methods to evaluate process and goal achievement.
Empowering Nurses for Early Sepsis Recognition
Leading sepsis experts discuss the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recent sepsis Vital Signs and protocols for early recognition of maternal sepsis. This webinar features an overview of CDC's sepsis Vital Signs report, a discussion on expanding sepsis early recognition, an overview of a pilot of sepsis early recognition, and lessons learned from implementing sepsis screening on hospital wards.
Perinatal Screening Tool - Dignity Health
Colleagues share the tools they have developed in their own institutions as they implement the Surviving Sepsis Campaign. The MATERNAL ASSESSMENT OF SEPSIS tool is from Dignity Health.
Spreading Quality Just in Time: IHI’s Will, Ideas & Execution
Jane Taylor, EdD, discusses the Institute of Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI) concepts of will, ideas and execution as a framework for spread of change. She discusses lessons learned from Project Fives Alive!, an IHI quality improvement initiative that seeks to develop, test, and implement strategies to overcome systems failures that lead to preventable deaths in children less than five years of age in Ghana.
Spreading Quality Just in Time: Leadership for Spread
Jane Taylor, EdD, explores the required leadership to spread improvement projects once tested and validated. Specific focus is placed on the Sepsis on the Wards project from the Society of Critical Care Medicine's Surviving Sepsis Campaign/Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines and Translations
The fourth edition of "Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock: 2016" are intended to provide guidance for the clinician caring for adult patients with sepsis or septic shock.