Exploring Sepsis Strategies-Part 2: Care Coordination & Preventing Sepsis-Related Readmissions - Shared screen with speaker view
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Ann Loges RN, Sr. Quality Improvement Facilitator, Telligen
Charles Redd RN Director Quality Fairview Hospital Great Barrington, Mass
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Gail Warren, Quality Director, Three Rivers Health
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Bridgett Hinderliter, RN Butler Memorial Hospital, Butler, PA
Michaela WIlsmann, Quality Improvement RN and Sepsis Liaison, Marshfield, WI
Laura Vanderhill, QI Specialist, Healthcentric Advisors, a member of IPRO QIN-QIO
Cheryl Bofman, Quality Director, Astria Sunnyside Hospital, Sunnyside, WA
Hi - someone may have their mike open. There is what seems to be paging in the background. Thanks.
Kim Lueders Pharmacy Director Providence Medical Center in Wayne, NE
Hi Nancy, that was background noise from the speaker, our apologies.
No problem! Thank you!!
Amanda Reznicek, Performance Improvement Saunders Medical Center, Wahoo, NE
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Is it possible to get copies of the care maps discussed on slide 36? (Jackie Dinterman)
Carol, thanks for your question. Jackie is checking in on this and if we are able we will send out with the presentation materials post event.
Would you consider sharing your sepsis fact sheets?
Sharing of the slides would be awesome for sure!
Thank you for this presentation! I would like to inquire what tools do you have in place to provide sepsis education to patients being discharged to home to prevent them from coming back to the ED?
We will definitely be sharing the slides, recording, and the fact sheets. Be on the look out in the next several days!
Hi Nancy, We will be sharing the Sepsis Fact Sheets
YAY!! Thank you!
Great pt education for DC!
Thank you! Will those be sent to all attendees? email@example.com
So true! The term sepsis does not get used enough.
HI Cheryl - Yes. we are happy to share those along with the slides and recording!
Thank you for sharing!
Thank you for sending out!
SEPSIS EDUCATION suggestionsNurses in long term care:https://healthinsight.org/tools-and-resources/download/367-sepsis/1737-early-recognition-of-sepsis-in-long-term-careFor families – general populationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1mCpc3xwRMSepsis Awareness Training for Non-Clinical Staffhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnsQ4RlXsZYSepsis alliance training module for nurses is geared more towards hospital nurses:https://www.sepsis.org/trainingmodule/nurses-suspect-sepsis/
You can share the resources Lisa shared with your PFACs as well!
Minnesota Hospital Association – Seeing Sepsis - several good tools including Rule of 100:https://www.mnhospitals.org/Portals/0/Documents/ptsafety/SeeingSepsisLTC/1.%20Seeing%20Sepsis%20-%20LTC%20Poster.pdf
wondering if Jackie put "Sepsis" on those community meetings as an agenda item on a regular basis.? Becuase I'm sure they had a ton of other topics to disucss. how did they keep sepsis as a regular working item?
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