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External Event: Pacific Northwest Sepsis Conference
June 6 @ 8:00 am - June 7 @ 5:00 pm PDT
Presented by: Washington State Hospital Association
Date: June 6 – June 7, 2022
Description: The Pacific Northwest Sepsis Conference is a two-day conference with an in-person or virtual option. We aim to eliminate global sepsis suffering through education. Speakers include local, national, and international sepsis experts. We will explore sepsis in different populations and in different healthcare settings. We will examine the updated international guidelines of care and science behind these evidence-based recommendations and will also address the current CMS guidelines and how they are applied in sepsis care. Additional sessions include why equity matters in sepsis care, global burden of sepsis, phenotypes in sepsis, post-sepsis syndrome, case studies in sepsis, and resiliency for healthcare providers. Breakout sessions will use expert panels to offer an in-depth look at data, quality, and performance improvement in sepsis, cutting-edge clinical topics in sepsis care, pediatric sepsis as well as exploring novel therapies in sepsis. Additional sessions featuring multidisciplinary care providers include challenging case studies of sepsis and great debates in sepsis care. The audience will learn to be more effective team members and sepsis champions in their hospitals.
Virtual Conference Pass (Non-Member): $199
Virtual Conference Pass (Member): $179
In-Person Conference (Non-Member): $459
In-Person Conference (Member): $359
Join us for a 6/6 dinner, hosted by Wolters Kluwer!
The Role of the Sepsis Coordinator: Evolution and Future Predictions
Hosted by Wolters Kluwer, Health, a Sepsis Alliance Sponsor
Date/Time: Monday, June 6, 2022, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., PST
Location: Seattle Airport Marriot Hotel, Seattle Ballroom
As a clinician working to improve sepsis outcomes, sepsis coordinators have a significant role in sepsis identification, management, patient care, and performance improvement for their hospital. The role of sepsis coordinator has grown significantly in recent years as hospitals continue to experience devastating patient and financial outcomes due to sepsis.
We invite you to this roundtable discussion and dinner event to explore with your peers from the Sepsis Alliance Clinical Community on how the role of the sepsis coordinator has evolved, how it has been impacted by COVID-19, and where the role is heading in the future.