Introducing CDC’s new Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements, developed to help health care facilities implement, monitor, and optimize their sepsis programs and outcomes. This free Continuing Education (CE) webinar series is developed in collaboration with the AMA and CDC’s Project Firstline.* See below for details and registration links.
Join us for the final webinar in our series! Discover the impact of sepsis education for health care professionals during onboarding and as an annual refresher. Join our panel of CDC subject matter experts and partners for an important discussion.
Claim CE and watch the recording of our first webinar in the series to learn from CDC experts about the new Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements and the importance of leadership commitment. CDC’s partners share real-life examples, strategies, and best practices to help organizations successfully implement the new core elements, with a focus on dedicating the necessary human, financial, and information technology resources.
Claim CE and watch the recording of our second webinar in the series. CDC subject matter experts and partners explore the importance of appointing a leader responsible for program outcomes, the benefits of setting concrete program goals, and how to engage key partners throughout the organization.
Claim CE and watch the recording of our third webinar to gain valuable insights from CDC subject matter experts and partners on how to implement effective structures and processes to improve sepsis identification, management, and recovery.
Claim CE and watch the recording of our fourth webinar in the series. CDC experts and partners discuss how to measure sepsis epidemiology, outcomes, program goals, and the impact of sepsis initiatives. Discover ways to provide partners with actionable information about sepsis treatment and outcomes.
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Anyone can get an infection, and almost any infection can lead to sepsis. In a typical year, 1 in 3 people who dies in a hospital had sepsis during that hospitalization. We can all, no matter our role, take action to get ahead of sepsis. Join AMA, CDC, and partners for a webinar series introducing the new Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements.
This webinar series is designed for U.S. hospital administrators, clinicians, leadership, and multidisciplinary teams, including nurses, physicians, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, phlebotomists, and others who work in a health care facility.
During each one-hour webinar, CDC subject matter experts will provide an overview of the Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements followed by an in-depth focus on a specific Sepsis Core Element(s). CDC partners will share real-life examples, strategies, and best practices about how they have successfully incorporated the Sepsis Core Element(s) at their organization.
All webinars are recorded to allow participants the option to catch up on sessions they missed or to revisit content. As each webinar topic is independent, participants can attend later webinars even if they’ve missed previous ones.
Developed in collaboration with the American Medical Association and CDC’s Project Firstline, the educational webinar series is free and health care professionals can earn Continuing Education (CE).*
Collaborators: CDC’s Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion (DHQP), Project Firstline, and the American Medical Association.
*Continuing Education (CE) for this series is pending.
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Project Firstline is a national collaborative led by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide infection control training and education to frontline health care workers and public health personnel. AMA is proud to partner with Project Firstline, as supported through Cooperative Agreement CDC-RFA-CK20-2003. CDC is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this webpage do not necessarily represent the policies of CDC or HHS, and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.
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