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Hospital Sepsis Training Programs – CDC Core Elements

The CDC’s recent release of their Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements is a game-changer for healthcare facilities. This comprehensive framework provides a clear roadmap for implementing, monitoring, and optimizing hospital sepsis programs, ultimately improving patient outcomes and saving lives.

In collaboration with the American Medical Association, the CDC hosted a 5-part webinar series packed with real-life examples, practical strategies, and best practices to ensure successful implementation of the Core Elements. All recordings and instructions for claiming Continuing Education (CE) credit are conveniently available online. Each webinar topic is independent, and CE will continue to be available for those who watch recordings and successfully complete a post-test.

The Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements include:

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  • Hospital Leadership Commitment: Dedicating the necessary human, financial, and information technology resources.
  • Accountability: Appointing a leader or co-leaders responsible for program goals and outcomes.
  • Multi-professional expertise: Engaging key partners throughout the hospital and healthcare system.
  • Action: Implementing structures and processes to improve the identification of management of, and recovery from sepsis.
  • Tracking: Measuring sepsis epidemiology, management, and outcomes to assess the impact of sepsis initiatives and progress toward program goals.
  • Reporting: Providing information on sepsis management and outcomes to relevant partners.
  • Education: Providing sepsis education to healthcare professionals, patients, and family/caregivers.

For each Core Element, “Priority Examples” are provided as the top priorities for hospital sepsis programs, and “Additional Examples” are additional important recommendations that can further enhance these programs.

We healthcare professionals to head to the CDC’s Website now to take advantage of this free program. Click HERE to get started.