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May 2020

3 On-demand Credit Programs: Biofilms

NACCME* presents 3 On-Demand Programs CREDIT FOR EACH OF THESE 3, one-hour PROGRAMS EXPIRES ON Aug. 30, 2020 “Demystifying the Nature of Biofilms” Register here. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Review where biofilm fits into the “bioburden spectrum” of contamination, colonization, critical colonization and infection Explain how chronic inflammation leads to elevated protease, reactive oxygen species and impaired healing Differentiate between planktonic and biofilm bacteria tolerance to antibiotics and antimicrobials Explore…

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3 On-demand Credit Programs: Biofilms

NACCME* presents 3 On-Demand Programs CREDIT FOR EACH OF THESE 3, one-hour PROGRAMS EXPIRES ON Aug. 30, 2020 “Demystifying the Nature of Biofilms” Register here. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Review where biofilm fits into the “bioburden spectrum” of contamination, colonization, critical colonization and infection Explain how chronic inflammation leads to elevated protease, reactive oxygen species and impaired healing Differentiate between planktonic and biofilm bacteria tolerance to antibiotics and antimicrobials Explore…

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3 On-demand Credit Programs: Biofilms

NACCME* presents 3 On-Demand Programs CREDIT FOR EACH OF THESE 3, one-hour PROGRAMS EXPIRES ON Aug. 30, 2020 “Demystifying the Nature of Biofilms” Register here. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Review where biofilm fits into the “bioburden spectrum” of contamination, colonization, critical colonization and infection Explain how chronic inflammation leads to elevated protease, reactive oxygen species and impaired healing Differentiate between planktonic and biofilm bacteria tolerance to antibiotics and antimicrobials Explore…

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On-demand Infection Prevention program: “Strategies for Preventing Health Care Associated Infection”

CDC* presents…On-demand Infection Prevention program: "Strategies for Preventing Health Care Associated Infection" Course: WB4223 CE Expiration: 07/15/2021, 11:59 PM ( ET ) SP 101: Strategies for Preventing Healthcare Associated Infections |  Describes the overarching socio-adaptive issues to consider when implementing quality improvement work. It provides strategies to engage senior leaders and physicians in quality improvement initiatives. Additionally, it highlights approaches for overcoming common barriers that arise during new initiatives and quality improvement work. Target Audience: Infection Prevention Team/Committee, Hospital Leaders, Clinical…

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“Quality Metrics: Measuring Success Through Undisturbed Wound Healing”

HMP & NACCME* present..."Quality Metrics: Measuring Success Through Undisturbed Wound Healing" Join wound specialists as they discuss quality metrics and measuring success through undisturbed wound healing. Have your most pressing questions answered by the experts during the question and answer session. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Explore the science of undisturbed wound healing and the implications on healthcare costs, efficiency and patient outcomes Examine the role of dressing conformability and adherence…

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On-demand CE program: “Sepsis: Pediatric First Response”

Sepsis Alliance Network* presents…"Sepsis: Pediatric First Response" Course expires: 11/30/2022 Providers play a decisive role in the identification and early treatment of children who have sepsis. This training module shows prehospital and emergency medicine clinicians how to identify, assess, and begin treatment for pediatric patients with sepsis. In addition, coordination of care with emergency department and critical care staff is discussed. Providers will learn the latest update, as well as take home knowledge of how they can make the biggest difference…

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3 On-demand Credit Programs: Biofilms

NACCME* presents 3 On-Demand Programs CREDIT FOR EACH OF THESE 3, one-hour PROGRAMS EXPIRES ON Aug. 30, 2020 “Demystifying the Nature of Biofilms” Register here. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Review where biofilm fits into the “bioburden spectrum” of contamination, colonization, critical colonization and infection Explain how chronic inflammation leads to elevated protease, reactive oxygen species and impaired healing Differentiate between planktonic and biofilm bacteria tolerance to antibiotics and antimicrobials Explore…

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3-Part On-demand series on Infection Prevention: “Hand Hygiene”

CDC* presents…3-Part On-demand series on Infection Prevention: "Hand Hygiene" Course: WB4221 CE Expiration: 06/28/2021, 11:59 PM ( ET ) The areas of training in this educational activity will include a description of the critical role of hand hygiene as a foundation for preventing HAIs and review proper hand hygiene technique, including the key moments to perform hand hygiene; illustrate various methods to monitor hand hygiene adherence such as monitoring tools and feedback reports; and discuss common barriers such as internal and…

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“Mobilizing Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Sepsis Alliance presents*..."Mobilizing Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic" Discover how telehealth can be used to assess and care for patients with COVID-19 and other conditions that put them at risk for sepsis. Speakers: Michael Crosser, M.D.  |  Assistant Professor, Family Medicine  |  KU Medical Center, University of Kansas Denton Shanks, DO, MPH  |  Assistant Professor of Medicine, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine  |  KU Medical Center, University of Kansas Pamela Nicklaus, M.D/, FACS  |  Pediatric ENT Surgeon, Telemedicine  |  Children's Mercy Hospital Continuing…

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3 On-demand Credit Programs: Biofilms

NACCME* presents 3 On-Demand Programs CREDIT FOR EACH OF THESE 3, one-hour PROGRAMS EXPIRES ON Aug. 30, 2020 “Demystifying the Nature of Biofilms” Register here. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Review where biofilm fits into the “bioburden spectrum” of contamination, colonization, critical colonization and infection Explain how chronic inflammation leads to elevated protease, reactive oxygen species and impaired healing Differentiate between planktonic and biofilm bacteria tolerance to antibiotics and antimicrobials Explore…

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