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BONUS PACKAGE – 3 FREE ISSUES COVERING SEPSIS SPECIFIC RESEARCH
Critical Care Alert: What's in a Name: Should Protocols for Sepsis Treatment Be So Complete?
(2 CME/CNE | A $33 Value)
Emergency Medicine Reports: An Update on Sepsis Clinical Research: Impact on ED Management
(2.5 CME/CNE | A $30 Value)
CME for the issues is only valid for a single participant – additional CME can be purchased by calling 800-688-2421.
This program will cover national sepsis care in 2015 with a specific focus on the now famous NYU pediatric sepsis case that lead to 405 DOH reform in New York State. A review of the most up to date literature will be undertaken and regulations will be compared to best practice as evidenced by the medical literature.
Dr. Paolo will illuminate the evolving landscape of sepsis management and diagnosis in the light of changing literature and statewide department of health regulations. As famous cases have made their way into the lay literature with demands for reform following their exposition, the provider is faced with adhering to these standards while attempting to provide cutting edge care. It is not clear however that standardizing care results in maximally effective patient care. Nor is it obvious that achieving total compliance is desirable or will result in the least measured harm across populations.
Review the detailed agenda below and reserve your team a space today!
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|- DOH regulations||- Promise, Arise, and Process trials||- SIRS criteria|
|- Current sepsis management||- Central venous access||- Case presentation|
|- Fluid responsiveness||- Peripheral diagnostic criteria||- CVP|
|- Pressor management||- Early goal directed therapy||And more!|
After this webinar, participants will be able to:
ED Physicians, ED Nurse Managers, ED and Clinic Nurses, Charge nurses, nursing supervisors, Risk Managers, Consumer Advocates, In-House Legal Counsel, Compliance Officers, Chief Operating Officer, Nurse Educators, Patient Safety Officer, Chief Nursing Officer, Legal Counsel, Joint Commission Coordinator, Director of Regulatory Affairs and anyone involved with the care, treatment, and liability concerns of the ED patient.
Dr. William Paolo is Associate Professor and Residency Program Director of Emergency Medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University. He attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he graduated AOA in 2005. He completed residency and served as chief resident at NYU/Bellevue, after which he joined the faculty at SUNY Upstate in Syracuse.
Dr. Paolo has authored numerous peer reviewed publications in educational and clinical research, and is an active editor and peer reviewer. He has been recognized for his teaching efforts winning the Emergency Department Educator of the year for 2010 and 2014 and was voted AOA teacher of the year by the graduating medical student class of 2014. He runs multiple graduate and undergraduate curricula and has lectured nationally on education and clinical decision making.
Unlimited staff training included with every order!
Train staff simultaneously at multiple locations during the live event.
Earn valuable CE credits, whether you attend live or experience the event later.
Train new hires over the next year and beyond using the complimentary recording.
Webinar Ordering Information
Participation and Accreditation:
AHC Media webinars may be attended in an audio-only format but we encourage you to take advantage of online video-streaming, which offers expanded learning opportunities. Each attendee participates in the continuing education activity by viewing/listening to the webinar and completing the online post-test and CE evaluation.
AHC Media is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
AHC Media is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
AHC Media designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This activity has been approved for 1 nursing contact hour(s) using a 60-minute contact hour.
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP14749, for 1 Contact Hour(s).
This CE activity is valid until August 13th, 2016, for both the live event and recorded (MP4) version.
The fee for this webinar starts at $299 per connection. Every order will include live access and a recorded version of the event if purchased in advance of the live date. If ordered after the live date each order will only be eligible to receive the recorded version. CE is valid for one full year from the live webinar date. Once you submit an evaluation and post-test, you will receive your credit letter via email.
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