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Awareness and Advocacy: Trailblazing Sepsis Awareness Month at Your Organization

Webinar/Online

Thursday, July 18, 2024 at 2:00pm ET - 3:00pm ET
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In anticipation of Sepsis Awareness Month in September, this Sepsis Alliance presentation will showcase innovative strategies for promoting sepsis awareness, quality improvement, and patient safety within healthcare teams during Sepsis Awareness Month and year-round. Attendees will learn how one organization was able to leverage organizational initiatives to drive meaningful change. Through unique and engaging awareness and advocacy efforts that promoted collaboration with key stakeholders and leaned into the power of community partnerships to coordinate inter-disciplinary efforts, this team built a successful advocacy campaign. Utilizing available resources to plan and execute impactful sepsis awareness events that promote continuous improvement and patient safety will also be shared. Whether you’re a healthcare professional, administrator, or advocate, this presentation will equip you with the knowledge and tools needed to make a difference during Sepsis Awareness Month and in the fight against sepsis year-round. Get started now with Sepsis Alliance's Sepsis Awareness Month resources at SepsisAwarenessMonth.org.

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This event offers 1.2 CE credits to attendees.
Accreditation Info: Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP17068.

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In anticipation of Sepsis Awareness Month in September, this Sepsis Alliance presentation will showcase innovative strategies for promoting sepsis awareness, quality improvement, and patient safety within healthcare teams during Sepsis Awareness Month and year-round. Attendees will learn how one organization was able to leverage organizational initiatives to drive meaningful change. Through unique and engaging awareness and advocacy efforts that promoted collaboration with key stakeholders and leaned into the power of community partnerships to coordinate inter-disciplinary efforts, this team built a successful advocacy campaign.

Utilizing available resources to plan and execute impactful sepsis awareness events that promote continuous improvement and patient safety will also be shared. Whether you’re a healthcare professional, administrator, or advocate, this presentation will equip you with the knowledge and tools needed to make a difference during Sepsis Awareness Month and in the fight against sepsis year-round.  Get started now with Sepsis Alliance's Sepsis Awareness Month resources at SepsisAwarenessMonth.org.