Reducing Sepsis Mortality: A Quality Improvement Initiative, Leveraging Technology to Empower Nurses
Pamela Walch, MSN, Quality Management, Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, A Member of Geisinger Health Systems, Pomona, New Jersey, USA; Summer Tinkcom, MSN, Atlanticare Information Technology, Clinical Informatics Department, Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, A Member of Geisinger Health Systems, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, USA
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Sepsis is a global health phenomenon: it does not discriminate! It is a complex inflammatory process that can outfox the most expert clinicians. Find out how to tame sepsis by leveraging technology to empower nurses to advocate early intervention and lead the interprofessional team to save tissue and lives.
44th Biennial Convention 2017 Theme: Influence Through Action: Advancing Global Health, Nursing, and Midwifery.
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