Hemodynamic monitoring and resuscitation are crucial to providing high-quality care and evidence-based management for patients with both early sepsis and late septic shock. In this peer-to-peer roundtable discussion, Sepsis Alliance Clinical Community members from critical access hospitals as well as larger academic centers will discuss their organizations’ current invasive and non-invasive hemodynamic management protocols. Panelists will share what has worked at their institutions, where they still struggle, what types of continuing education have helped to ensure clinical competency, and how to garner buy-in and engagement across disciplines and departments. Panelist participation is limited to select Sepsis Alliance Clinical Community members, though all healthcare professionals are welcome to attend the discussion.
This event offers
1.8 CNE credits
Accreditation Info: Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP17068 for 1.8 contact hours.