Strategies in the Prevention of Ventilator Associated Event (VAE) in Intensive Care Units
Ventilator-associated event (VAE) is a surveillance paradigm for monitoring complications in mechanically ventilated patients in intensive care units (ICU).
Learn how New Jersey has approached the prevention of VAE in ICUs with the use of the ALERT VAE Prevention Toolkit and more.
Listen to all five complimentary modules and discover the NJ ALERT Prevention Tool Kit.
Practical Strategies to Prevent Hospital-Associated VTE presented by Dr. Greg Maynard.
Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) is a major source of morbidity and mortality in the United States. There are estimates that 350,000 to 650,000 people develop VTE every year and that up to 200,000 deaths occur from VTE every year, with most of those deaths related to hospitalizations. Studies show that VTE accounts for ten percent of hospital deaths, and may account for more deaths than any other single hospital acquired condition.
Pain Management for Palliative Care Patients presented by Rebecca Goett, MD, FACEP, FAAHPM
Webinar: Rebecca Goett MD FACEP FAAHPM, Assistant Prof. & Asst. Res. Program Director, Emergency Medicine & Palliative Care, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
High Reliability Organization (HRO) Principles and COVID
Hear a discussion on the extreme and pervasive challenges to healthcare by the COVID-19 crisis, and how healthcare system(s) can apply the High-Reliability Organization principles while working with hazards or in hazardous conditions such a COVID 19. Listen to Part 1 and Part 2
Management of Pressure Injury (PI) Throughout the Continuum
Multiple Presentations from Subject Matter Experts on Management and Prevention of Pressure Injuries Throughout the Continuum - from Neonates to Patients in Long Term Care
New Jersey Perinatal Quality Collaborative Webinar Series
The New Jersey Perinatal Quality Collaborative (NJPQC) is a statewide partnership of committed stakeholders working together to improve the quality and safety of care provided to New Jersey’s mothers and babies which is funded in thanks to a grant of up to $1 million over the course of five years from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
NJPQC is led by Hospital’s Health Research and Education Trust NJ (HRET) and has produced 31 complimentary webinars in this course for on demand learning.