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Emerging Quality Trend Lunch and Learn Series: Sepsis — Update on Maternal and Pediatric Guidelines - Webconference

July 16, 2020
Webinar

Noon - 12:45 p.m.

Registration is open to HANYS Members only

Description:
This webinar will provide you a comprehensive update on maternal sepsis care and pediatric guidelines. You will learn how the new Surviving Sepsis Campaign pediatric guidelines differ from the 2017 American College of Critical Care Medicine guidelines and explore the differences between the new SSC children’s guidelines and the most recent adult guidelines.

Objectives: Attendees will be able to understand:

  • the differences between the new SSC pediatric guidelines and the 2017 ACCM guidelines;
  • the differences between the new SSC pediatric guidelines and the recent adult guidelines;
  • how the new guidelines defining maternal sepsis align with the Surviving Sepsis Campaign; and
  • the obstetrical Modified Early Warning Score elements related to early identification and diagnosis of maternal sepsis.

Presenters:

Adiel Fleischer, MD, chairman emeritus OB-Gyn, Northwell Health, Hoftra School of Medicine

Margaret M. Parker, MD, MCCM, professor emeritus of pediatrics, Stony Brook University

This webinar is part of HANYS’ Emerging Quality Trends Lunch and Learn Session series. Content in each session will cover different topics based on federal, state and membership priorities. Additional sessions are listed below:

August 13: Using screening and SBIRT for pregnant women with OUD

September 17: Reducing Primary Cesareans and Supporting Vaginal Birth: California’s Successful Multi-strategy/Multi-channel Approach

For more information about this program, contact Erin Gretzinger, associate director, quality advocacy, research, and innovation, at (518) 431-7744 or egretzin@hanys.org.

If you have questions regarding registration, please contact Registration Support at learning@hanys.org or (518) 431-7867.

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