• Webinar/Call
  • April 10, 2019

Pediatric Prehospital Sepsis Screening and Management

Between one-third and one-half of sepsis patients, arrive to the Emergency Department via Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Sepsis recognition and treatment of those patients in the prehospital setting, may directly affect care in the Emergency Department and overall patient outcomes.

Presented in partnership with Sepsis Alliance, Join Dr. Lynn Babcock and Dr. Kathleen Brown, as they share how pediatric patients can be integrated into prehospital care for sepsis through the development of a sepsis protocol and prehospital screening tool. Learn how EMS strategies to target sepsis recognition, can improve timeliness of care and be an effective approach to identifying and rapidly treating the early stages of sepsis.

1.0 hour of Continuing Nursing Education Credit will be awarded for attending this live event.

This webinar is open to CHA member hospitals and pediatric sepsis clinicians in community hospitals focused on improving patient outcomes. There is no fee to attend.

Presenters:

kathleen_brown_90x115Kathleen Brown, MD
George Washington University
Children’s National Health System



lynn_babcock_90x115Lynn Babcock, MD, MS
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center



The Sepsis Webcast Series is brought to you by Children's Hospital Association to support your work to improve sepsis outcomes. For information on upcoming events or to access recordings of earlier events, visit our library of sepsis webcasts.

About Sepsis Alliance: Sepsis Alliance is the leading nonprofit sepsis patient advocacy organization in North America. Sepsis Alliance’s mission is to save lives by raising awareness of sepsis as a medical emergency. Internationally, Sepsis Alliance works through the Global Sepsis Alliance, in collaboration with the International Sepsis Forum, the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies and the World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine. For more information, visit www.sepsis.org.

 

 

Webinar/Call
April 10, 2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST - Eastern Time (GMT-05:00)