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July 2021

“Why Wound Care?” on-demand programs for Practicing Clinicians

HMP* presents 40..."Why Wound Care?" on-demand programs for Practicing Clinicians 6.5 million U.S. patients are affected by non-healing wounds each year. With our aging population and the increase in diabetes and obesity these numbers will continue to rise. The need for specialized wound care clinicians has never been greater. Over 40 presentations on key wound care topics were developed by leading educators within this field as a way to encourage students and clinicians to consider a career as a wound…

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On-Demand Webinars on Positional OSA Series

As part of its Better Outcomes Webinar Series, Saxe Communications & Philips* present…On-Demand Webinars on Positional OSA Series Today, managing sleep patients has proven difficult—from diagnosis to patient acceptance to successful treatment and adherence. To help improve patient acceptance and adherence, we need to reconsider how we diagnose sleep disorders, treat sleep patients more efficiently and make therapy easier to use. The webinar series focuses on treating positional OSA, new positional alternative therapy now available and clinical evidence to support…

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“Preventing the Past from Becoming Our Future: Lessons Learned From the COVID-19 Pandemic – A Call to Action”

O&M* presents..."Preventing the Past from Becoming Our Future: Lessons Learned From the COVID-19 Pandemic - A Call to Action" This webinar program will review the core elements of preventing disruptions in the delivery of healthcare services during a pandemic or other unanticipated influx of patients. During the COVID-19 pandemic, patients’ lives were dramatically impacted with reduced access to care and countless healthcare providers were forced to use PPE for extended periods of time. This program will provide a “proactive” approach…

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“Preventing the Past from Becoming Our Future: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic — A Call to Action”

Owens & Minor* presents..."Preventing the Past from Becoming Our Future: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic — A Call to Action" This webinar program will review the core elements of preventing disruptions in the delivery of healthcare services during a pandemic or other unanticipated influx of patients. During the COVID-19 pandemic, patients’ lives were dramatically impacted with reduced access to care and countless healthcare providers were forced to use PPE for extended periods of time. This program will provide a…

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Clinical Considerations: Myocarditis and Pericarditis after Receipt of mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines Among Adolescents and Young Adults

The CDC Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA)* presents...Clinical Considerations: Myocarditis and Pericarditis after Receipt of mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines Among Adolescents and Young Adults Since April 2021, increased cases of myocarditis and pericarditis have been reported in the United States after mRNA COVID-19 vaccination (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is aware of these reports, which are rare given the number of vaccine doses administered. CDC published clinical considerations for myocarditis and pericarditis following COVID-19 vaccination.…

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On-demand: “Sepsis 101 for Nurses”

Sepsis Alliance* presents...Sepsis 101 for Nurses "Sepsis 101 for Nurses" Training Module Nurses commonly witness crucial initial changes in a patient's signs and symptoms—the very signs and symptoms that can indicate an infection is developing into sepsis. Since sepsis is difficult to identify, especially in the early stages when treatment is most effective, it is necessary for nurses to have the tools and education they need to recognize sepsis quickly.  This training module fills the need for ongoing, readily accessible,…

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On-Demand Program: “Post-Operative Mastectomy: Complications & Care”

Saxe Communications* presents...“Post-Operative Mastectomy: Complications & Care” Breast Cancer is the most common cancer diagnosis in the US and is the second leading cause of cancer-related death after lung cancer. Treatment strategies include, either alone or in combination, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, hormone therapy as well as newer, innovative approaches. Surgery, however, is often the first-line treatment modality. This presentation will focus on the complications associated with surgery and adjunctive therapies that can include post-surgical pain, wound infection, hematoma, lymphedema, and…

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“An Introduction to Telehealth for Nurses & Other Medical Professionals”

Pfiedler Education & Great Plains Telehealth Resource & Assistance Center* presents..."An Introduction to Telehealth for Nurses & Other Medical Professionals" One of the many changes spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the rapid adoption of telehealth as a solution to maintain access to care while practicing social distancing. Many practitioners quickly transitioned to telehealth but may not have learned best practices for delivering telehealth. As healthcare transitions to the post-pandemic phase, it is critical for telehealth providers to implement…

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“FRESHen up Your Knowledge & Focus Your Fluid Resuscitation”

Philips Healthcare & Baxter* present a program in the Better Outcomes webinar series..."FRESHen up Your Knowledge & Focus Your Fluid Resuscitation" Most hospitals have initiated some form of the sepsis bundle and administration of fluids to mitigate global organ dysfunction. From both a research and clinical perspective, it has become clear that one size does not fit all, and the aggressive administration of fluids without regard to responsiveness exacerbates AKI and ARDS among many other secondary dysfunctions. Providers must adjust…

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On-demand program: “Strategies to Optimizing the Wound Bed”

Center for Healing Solutions & 3M Health Care Academy* present...On-demand program: "Strategies to Optimizing the Wound Bed" Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Recognize the importance of wound bed preparation prior to advanced wound care therapy Examine the TIME principles of wound bed preparation Investigate the potential benefits of mechanically powered negative pressure wound therapy in improving the wound bed condition Presenter: Dot Weir, RN, CWON, CWS  |  Clinical Staff  |  Saratoga…

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