Pressure injury prevention: adverse health event learnings and action
Root cause analysis review series
Please join us for a one-hour interactive webinar to review themes taken from pressure injury adverse health event root cause analyses. An expert panel will discuss the SBAR released by Minnesota Hospital Association in February on the rate of pressure injuries during the pandemic. This platform will be used for a series of quarterly webinars focused on pressure injury trends, root causes, and recommendations for implementing strong action plans.
- Review common best practice gaps and trends noted with pressure injury Adverse Health Event reporting
- Review pressure injury case studies, best practice questions, root cause analyses, and action plans
- Discover various community prevention interventions and pressure injury orientation methods
Denise Nix, MS, RN, CWOCN, Nix Consulting Inc. is author/coeditor of “Acute and Chronic Wounds.”
MHA member panel:
- Deanna Johnson, APRN-CNP, neonatal nurse practitioner, Children’s Minnesota
- Thomas Scullard, MSN, RN, CCRN, clinical care supervisor, medical intensive care unit, Hennepin Healthcare
- Michael Kalos, CWOCN, RN, DNP, patient care manager, wound, ostomy & continence nursing, Abbott Northwestern Hospital
RECOMMENDED TO ATTEND
Hospital and health system quality and safety department staff, nursing, skin champions, respiratory therapists, and any hospital or health system employee interested in reviewing root cause learnings and opportunities for improvement modeled after pressure injury events submitted into the Patient Safety Registry, as well as common inquiries received in relation to pressure injures and COVID-19.
The program has been designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Nursing continuing education requirements for a total of one contact hour.
- Complimentary for MHA member hospital and health systems
- $35 per person for MHA associate members
- $50 per person for nonmembers
Please register by 5 p.m. on the day before the webinar to ensure timely delivery of access instructions.
Approximately four business days before the web conference, you will receive an email containing instructions on connecting. Advance registration is required to ensure the delivery of instructional materials.
If you do not receive an email prior to the program with web conference details,
please contact events and education through Contact Us to confirm your registration.