MW Crit Care Meetings

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January 14, 2010  Statewide sepsis initiative and critique of JAMA article on e-ICU
April 10, 2010  Olathe Medical Center sepsis program update.
May 13, 2010 Discussions on Future Directions and How to Serve Members Better
June 10, 2010  Common Sepsis Database Discussions
July 8, 2010 United Hospital, St. Paul, MN Sepsis Program - Presented by Lee Toman
October 14, 2010 Important Aspects of Documenting Severe Sepsis - Presented by John Vale, Olathe Medical Center
November 8, 2010 Presentation - Severe Sepsis Therapy: Is it Time? - Presented by Steve Simpson
January 13, 2011 - Hemodynamic Monitoring Update - Presented by Heath Latham, KUMC
April 14, 2011 - Best Practices in Preventing CLABSI and VAP - presentation and group discussion
July 7, 2012 - Changes in the NHSN Definition(s) of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia - Presented by Shelley S. Magill, MD, PhD, Center for Disease Control
August 8, 2012 - Severe Sepsis Discussion(s) - Interesting Info from Lee Toman

From March, 2014 Videos are Available by YouTube streaming, so downloading is no longer necessary.

April 10, 2014 - Discussion of the ANZICS Study and the ProCESS Trial - Implications for Sepsis Quality Improvement

Nursing Roundtable Meetings

July 29, 2010 Why we need to get back to basics (zip file)