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IP Hot Topic: Preventing HAIs / Reduce Hosp. Readmissions

Infection Prevention Hot Topic: Preventing HAIS and other Strategies to Reduce Hospital Readmissions
November 16, 2023
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (ET)

Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are one of the major causes for adult hospital readmissions.  The most common types of HAIs include C difficile, CLABSI, CAUTI, SSI and VAP.  If not prevented or managed appropriately, both community and healthcare-associated infections can lead to sepsis, which is one of the leading causes of hospital readmissions.  This webinar will be led by nationally recognized infection prevention expert, Linda Greene, RN, MPS, CIC, FAPIC.   She will be sharing information and infection prevention practices and strategies that will reduce preventable HAIs which may be contributing to increasing readmissions in hospitals.    

Please join FHA for this important educational program to learn more about your role   in preventing the risk of healthcare associated infections. This virtual event is part of the FHA Infection Prevention webinar series that provides hospital infection preventionists and team members with the latest information, evidence-based practice, and resources for eliminating hospital-acquired infections (HAI).

•    Understand the connection between healthcare-associated infections and hospital readmissions.
•    Discuss the most common types of infections that can lead to hospital readmissions.
•    Know what strategies and best practices can prevent HAIs and reduce readmissions  

Continuing Education
The Florida Hospital Association is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Florida Board of Nursing (under CE Broker #50-726). Nurses are eligible to receive up to 1.0 hour  of continuing nursing education for attending all three sessions. Completion of the Evaluation Survey is required to receive CEs. The survey will close two weeks after the series ends. FHA will report your CE completion to CE Broker directly once the survey is closed, within two weeks.

For non-nurse Infection Preventionists to collect IPU units for their CBIC certification:
Please complete the evaluation and request a certificate. The certificate of attendance is eligible to be submitted for IPU credit per the CBIC. Please review the CBIC website for additional details.

11/16/2023 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time
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