Why early recognition and management of sepsis is important and how to accomplish it.
Long term care and home health staff.
- Define sepsis
- Learn what early recognition of sepsis is and its importance
- Learn management methods for sepsis
Teresa “Teri” Hulett, RN, BSN, CIC, FAPIC, has been in the nursing profession for 37 years, mainly neonatal ICU. She transitioned from the bedside to infection prevention in 2006. In 2014, she joined Colorado Hospital Association where she held the position of program manager for infection prevention. Teri provided infection prevention and patient safety support to all member hospitals throughout the state of Colorado, including leading a two-year, statewide antimicrobial stewardship collaborative with 27 participating hospitals. In September of 2016 she started a consulting business with a focus on infection prevention consulting and education. Teri has a bachelor’s degree in nursing, is certified in infection prevention and control, and is a fellow in the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology.
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- Click on or copy and paste this URL to your web browser: https://qualitynet.webex.com.
- Locate January 24 and the event Sepsis Matters, and click “Join” (located to the right of the event).
- Enter your name and email address as prompted.
- Enter the password: Sepsis
- Call: 1-888-896-0862 Access code: 46158061
Download flier Sepsis Matters.
Download PDF of slide handouts Sepsis Matters-Handouts.
Contact Pat Fritz, Mountain-Pacific Quality Health, 307-568-2797, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Great 8+ presentation brought to you by Mountain-Pacific Quality Health, the QIN-QIO serving Montana, Wyoming, Hawaii and Alaska, in partnership with the QIN-QIOs serving Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, and Wisconsin.