TELEICU Journal Club 2022
Nurses are seeking knowledge and asking questions regarding clinical situations to improve their care of critical patients. Literature suggests that journal clubs engage nurses in learning about evidence-based practices and integrating these best practices into the clinical setting. Thus, implementing these evidence-based practices will lead to better and improved patient outcomes.
Sepsis is life-threatening organ dysfunction with septic shock are major healthcare problem. Early identification and appropriate management in the initial hours after the development of sepsis will improve outcomes.
The recommendations are intended to provide guidance for the clinician caring for adult patients with sepsis or septic shock in the hospital setting. Recommendations from these guidelines cannot replace the clinician’s decision-making capability when presented with a unique patient’s clinical variables and are intended to reflect best practice.
Desired learning outcome
Using a Likert scale, after participating in this event, learners will have an increased knowledge on early identification and appropriate management of sepsis and septic shock by passing the posttest with 80% or greater.
This course is intended for Nursing.
- 2.10 Continuing Nursing Education (CE)Aurora Health Care is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. 2.10 contact hours have been awarded to this activity by the Wisconsin Nursing Association. To receive contact hours, participants must attend the entire activity.
Please note this location is for claiming credit only.
Contact the Continuing Nursing Education Team at ASC-CNE@aah.org if you have any questions or need assistance.