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What Is Sepsis? (Nurse version)
 
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This is a brief video discussing the definition and impact of sepsis for nurses and the long-term care community. "Faces of Sepsis" video courtesy of the Sepsis Alliance http://www.sepsis.org
Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) Self-Assessment
 
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Jane Pederson, MD, MS helps you recognize the self-assessment tool as valuable for QAPI implementation and to know how to apply the completed self-assessment to improve QAPI implementation. QAPI Self-Assessment Tool: http://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Provider-Enrollment-and-Certification/QAPI/downloads/QAPISelfAssessment.pdf
Standing Orders
 
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Visit www.immunize.org for more information on standing orders.
What Is Sepsis? (CNA version)
 
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This is a brief video discussing the definition and impact of sepsis for certified nurse assistants (CNAs) and the long-term care community. "Faces of Sepsis" video courtesy of the Sepsis Alliance http://www.sepsis.org
An Integrated Approach
 
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The Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network (LSQIN) has taken a different approach to structuring quality improvement work. Some of the employees speak about the new structure and how it affects LSQIN and their partners.
Improving Emergency Department Flow for People with Behavioral Health Problems
 
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Stuart Buttlaire Ph.D and Annette McCain Ph.D discuss barriers and the current situation for people with behavioral health problems in the emergency room.
Quality Payment Program: A 10-Minute Overview
 
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Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network presents an overview of the Quality Payment Program (QPP). As part of the Lake Superior QIN, Stratis Health supports all clinicians and practices across the state of Minnesota to participate in QPP. The objectives of the overview are to familiarize you with the goals of QPP, provide an overview of the program basics covering the two primary paths, and share with you the support services that are available for Minnesota participants. For more info, email the Minnesota QPP help desk at QPPHelp@stratishealth.org. Transcript: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/QPP-10-minute-Overview-Transcript.pdf Slide handouts: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/QPP-10-min-Overview-PPT-slide-handouts.pdf Disclaimer: content provided in this presentation is based on the latest information made available by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and is subject to change.
Pain: Assessment & Management
 
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Slides: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Pain-Lecture-032415.pdf Participants will be able to effectively integrate principles of pain assessment and management into their clinical practice. Objectives: 1. Learners will describe the different types of pain 2. Learners will examine current options for pain management.
Developing an Action Plan
 
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Slides: http://bit.ly/AP_slides Activity: http://bit.ly/AP_activity LSQIN NH Action Plan Template: http://bit.ly/NH_APT CMS QAPI Action Plan Template: http://bit.ly/QAPI_APT Alternate Action Plan Template: http://bit.ly/QI_APF CE info: http://bit.ly/AP_CEinfo NNHQCC Learning Session 2: Webinar 4 of 4 Kathleen Lavich discusses developing an action plan for your performance improvement project.
Learning Session 4 | Session 4: Antibiotic Stewardship in LTC facilities: Where Do You Start?
 
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Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network’s nursing home team presents the fourth webinar in the four-part Learning Session 4. Speaker: Christopher Crnich, MD, PhD, MS, describes the relationship between C. difficile infections and antibiotic stewardship, and then describes the fundamentals and first steps in initiating an antibiotic stewardship program. Slide handouts: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/antibiotic-stewardship-ls4-crnich.pdf
QAPI for Home Health: Part 1
 
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Part 1 of this 2 part webinar series addresses Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) strategies for Home Health Agencies (HHA). Participants will learn about introductory QAPI concepts specific to HHA’s and standards required for the development of a QAPI plan.
Quality Measures Series: Falls
 
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Handouts: http://bit.ly/Falls_handouts This webinar is part of a series intended to help nursing homes understand and improve the thirteen long-stay measures that are used to calculate the Quality Measure Composite Score. Measure Description This measure reports the percent of long-stay residents who have experienced one or more falls with major injury reported in the target period or look-back period. Contact info: Michigan - MPRO Kathleen Lavich 248-465-7399 klavich@mpro.org Minnesota - Stratis Health Kristi Wergin 952-853-8561 kwergin@stratishealth.org Wisconsin - MetaStar Liz Dominguez 608-441-8255 ldomingu@metastar.com
Quality Improvement Incentive Payment (QIIP)
 
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Slides: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Quality-Improvement-Incentive-Payment_FinalHandouts_2015_03_03.pdf Q and A: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/DHS-QIIP-Webinar-Questions.pdf The QIIP program is a Minnesota-based Quality Improvement Incentive program for nursing homes. Presenters: Valerie Cooke Manager, NF Quality and Research Kim Class, RN Quality Improvement Coordinator Minnesota Department of Human Services March 3, 2015
Healthcare-associated Infections (HAI) Initiative Kick Off
 
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Dianne McCagg of the Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network (LSQIN) presents information on the new Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) HAI initiative for 2014-2019.
Quality Measure Series: Weight Loss
 
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Handouts: http://bit.ly/WL_handouts This webinar is part of a series intended to help nursing homes improve the thirteen long-stay measures that are used to calculate the Quality Measure Composite Score. Measure Description This measure captures the percentage of long-stay residents who had a weight loss of 5% or more in the last month or 10% or more in the last two quarters who were not on a physician prescribed weight-loss regimen noted in an MDS assessment during the selected quarter. Contact info: Michigan - MPRO Kathleen Lavich 248-465-7399 klavich@mpro.org Minnesota - Stratis Health Kristi Wergin 952-853-8561 kwergin@stratishealth.org Wisconsin - MetaStar Liz Dominguez 608-441-8255 ldomingu@metastar.com
Top 5 Facts about Reducing Healthcare-Associated Infections
 
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Here are the top 5 facts about Reducing Healthcare-Associated Infections. To join this initiative or for more information, please contact info@lsqin.org. Music: "Paris" by LASERS (https://www.facebook.com/lasersounds)
Combating Antibiotic Resistance A Focus on Improving Antibiotic Use
 
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Arjun Srinivasan, MD describes the core elements of hospital antibiotic stewardship programs, describes some options for measuring and assessing antibiotic use and describes the importance of addressing antibiotic resistance across the continuum of care
Choosing a Performance Improvement Project - NNHQCC Session 1
 
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Slides: http://bit.ly/1zKBY1j Prioritization worksheet for PIPs: http://go.cms.gov/1c1P5jg PIP charter: http://go.cms.gov/1FNw545 PIP checklist: http://go.cms.gov/1E5xTkD CMS QAPI website: http://go.cms.gov/1bvmkuT Process tool framework: http://go.cms.gov/1DQVW5j QAPI at a glance: http://go.cms.gov/1E5ykeA NNHQCC Change Package: http://bit.ly/1GXfQAg Guide for developing a QAPI plan: http://go.cms.gov/1c1QKFu This webinar helps viewers: Identify how to utilize Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) resources to assist in choosing a Performance Improvement Project (PIP) Describe how to use the National Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative (NNHQCC) Change Package as a resource and foundation for their quality initiatives Identify how to develop PIP teams with specific “charters”
The Basics of Antibiotic Resistance: Focus on Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE)
 
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Learn from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) the latest information on preventing and treating Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE). Objectives *Review common bacteria identified in nursing homes and antibiotics used to treat them *Describe mechanisms for antibiotic resistance to develop in bacteria including carbapenem-resistance *Discuss ways your laboratory can provide information about antibiotic resistance to your facility Presenter Nimalie Stone, MD, is the Medical Epidemiologist for Long-Term Care in the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She is a board-certified infectious disease physician with a research and clinical background in managing infections and antibiotic resistant pathogens in post-acute and long-term care settings. In her role at CDC, Dr. Stone works to address the needs for infection prevention programs in long-term care.
Promoting Mobility
 
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Handouts: http://bit.ly/1IgkgV0 Objectives: -Describe the impact of immobility on ADLS, falls, pressure ulcers, diabetes, the upper respiratory tract, sleep and overall health of the elderly. -Identify exercise programs and restorative nursing interventions that help your residents maintain or improve their mobility, strength, and balance. -Demonstrate how to document a mobility enhancement and restorative nursing program to meet Medicare/MDS requirements. -Target Audience -This presentation is directed to the LTC setting. Information can be utilized across health care settings. Speaker: Jeri Ann Lundgren, RN, BSN, PHN, CWS, CWCN, CRRN Jeri has been working in long term care since 1990, specializing in wound care nationally since 1994. She is board certified as a CWS (Certified Wound Specialist) by the American Board of Wound Management and a CWCN (Certified Wound Care Nurse) by the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Society. Her extensive background in wound management in long term care nationally includes: survey management, litigation support, wound care consultation, program development, and clinical expert for several state quality improvement organizations and departments of health. Her background also includes 4 years as a director of nurses in a long term care facility. Currently, Ms. Lundgren is the president of Senior Providers Resource. Brought to you by the Lake Superior QIN-QIO serving Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin, in partnership with the QIN-QIOs representing Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
Plan Do Study Act (PDSA)
 
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Slides: http://bit.ly/PDSAslides Activity Sheet: http://bit.ly/PDSAactivitySheet Blank PDSA Sheet: http://bit.ly/PDSAblank CE info: http://bit.ly/PDSA_CEinfo
Overview of Substance Use Disorders
 
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Diagnostic Criteria and Medications Used in Treatment Project funded by a Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Innovation Grant Cory Waller MD discusses: -The Biopsychosocial etiology of addiction -Addiction as a brain-based disease -Addiction as a chronic disease similar to diabetes type-2, HTN, and asthma -The comorbidities in substance abuse disorders -Changes in diagnostic criteria for substance use disorders in the DSM-V -Medications used in the treatment of substance use disorders
New Antibiotic Stewardship Program (ASP) Guidelines
 
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Slides: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/New-ASP-Guidelines-Handout.pdf This webinar is in follow up to the evidence-based guidelines for implementation and measurement of antibiotic stewardship interventions in inpatient populations that were recently published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases. Speaker Tamar Barlam, MD, MSc – Dr. Barlam is an associate professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine, attending physician in the Section of Infectious Diseases, the program director for the Infectious Disease Training Program, and the director of antimicrobial stewardship for the Boston Medical Center. She has close to 30 years’ experience directing antimicrobial stewardship programs. Her research is focused on understanding factors that influence antimicrobial prescribing, and the implementation and impact of stewardship interventions.
Understanding the Nursing Home Quality Measures
 
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Sample Casper Report Handout: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/QualityMeasureWebinarHandout-Sample-reports-2015-02-13.pdf Quality Measures Presentation Slide Handouts: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Handouts_QualityMeasuresPPT-2015-02-18.pdf This session will focuses on: -The history and the purpose of the National Nursing Home Quality Measures -How to read a CASPER report -How to use the Quality Measure User's Manual to improve quality measure scores -Understanding the National Nursing Home Composite Quality Measure Speakers: Nadine Olness, RN, RAC-CT, is the Minnesota RAI Coordinator and Case Mix Review Nurse Educator at the Minnesota Department of Health. She is a registered nurse with extensive background in long term care. She is a certified Resident Assessment Coordinator and a current member of the AHFSA RAI Panel. Kristi Wergin RN, BSN, CPHQ, is a Program Manager at Stratis Health. She provides quality improvement leadership for Minnesota nursing homes as part of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Quality Innovation Network Quality Improvement Organization contract. Currently, she is leading a team that is assisting nursing homes in MI, MN, and WI in their quality improvement efforts as part of the National Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative. 2-18-15
Understanding the SNF Readmission Report
 
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Transcript: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/understanding-snf-transcript.docx
Meaningful Use and Advancing Care Information What to Expect in 2016-2017
 
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The Medicare hospital outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS) proposed rule was published on July 14 and the proposed rule for the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Alternative Payment Model (APM) Incentive was released on April 27. Both proposed rules include changes that will affect CMS’s Electronic Health Records (EHR) Incentive Program and your Meaningful Use (MU) activities. This webinar provides an overview of the proposed changes to MU and insight to the transition from MU to MIPS and Advancing Care Information (ACI). Slide handouts: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/MU-and-Advancing-Care-Info-Webinar-8-17-16.pdf
Top 5 Facts about Improving Cardiac Health and Reducing Cardiac Healthcare Disparities
 
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Here are the top 5 facts about Improving Cardiac Health and Reducing Cardiac Healthcare Disparities. To join this initiative or for more information, please contact info@lsqin.org. Music: "Paris" by LASERS (https://www.facebook.com/lasersounds)
Long Term Care (LTC) Prevention Strategies for Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE)
 
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Slides: http://bit.ly/CREslides Learn the latest information on preventing and treating Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) from Dr. Nimalie Stone of the Centers for Disease Control.
Developing Measures for Quality Improvement - NNHQCC Session 1
 
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Slides: http://bit.ly/1PjhO5b Activity: http://bit.ly/1L2d5PC In this webinar we will focus on how we think about and create measures for performance improvement projects.
Increasing Adult Immunizations: Hospitals and Urgent Care Centers
 
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Video Resources: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/F.1-Video-Series-Resource-Document.docx
Heart Failure Webinar Series | Supporting CHF Patients in the Home Setting
 
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This webinar is the forth in a series of webinars to assist communities in improving heart failure care. PDF of slides: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Supporting-CHF-Patients-in-the-Home-Setting.pdf
Increasing Adult Immunizations: Home Health Agencies
 
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Video Resources: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/F.1-Video-Series-Resource-Document.docx
Top Five Facts about Improving Identification of Depression and Alcohol Use Disorder
 
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Here are the top 5 facts about Improving Identification of Depression and Alcohol Use Disorder. To join this initiative or for more information, please contact info@lsqin.org. Music: "Paris" by LASERS (https://www.facebook.com/lasersounds)
New Look at Managing Falls
 
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Lake Superior QIN and the National Nursing Home Quality Collaborative (NNHQCC) present falls and mobility expert Sue Ann Guildermann and a New Look at Managing Falls in Nursing Homes. Slide handouts: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/NewLookatManagingFalls.pdf
Top 5 Facts about Care Coordination
 
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Here are the top 5 facts about Care Coordination. To join this initiative or for more information, please contact info@lsqin.org. Music: "Paris" by LASERS (https://www.facebook.com/lasersounds)
Infection Preventionist Series | Webinar 6: Where Can I Find Additional Training?
 
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Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network presents Webinar 6 in the Infection Preventionist Series. Host Diane Dohm, MT, IP, CIC, CPHQ, MetaStar, Inc., explores opportunities for additional infection prevention training for long-term care staff. For PDF slide handouts, visit https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/IP-Series-6-Training_Final.pdf
Creating a Quality Culture - NNHQCC Session 1
 
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Slides: http://bit.ly/1GXZWIJ Prework: http://bit.ly/1E4E5JE Creating a Quality Culture. Learning Session 1. Strategies that will strengthen your nursing home’s quality culture
Resolving Ethical Dilemmas in Advance Care Planning
 
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Questions of ethics often arise in advance care planning. This session covers common issues and recommended procedures to avoid problems, as well as offer suggestions on resolving issues should they arise.
Increasing Adult Immunizations: Health Departments
 
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Video Resources: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/F.1-Video-Series-Resource-Document.docx
The Alarm (and Restraint) Free Environment
 
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Slides: http://bit.ly/AF_9-24 Objectives • Identify misconceptions of personal alarm use and benefits of alarm reduction/elimination • Identify steps needed to implement an alarm reduction program Speakers Lisa Anetrini, R.N., BSN, MS, LNHA, Ciena Healthcare Lisa Anetrini has more than twenty years of clinical experience in long-term care, Ms. Anetrini begun as a Nursing Assistant, honed her clinical skills as a Director of Nursing, and exhibited valuable leadership qualities as Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, Regional Clinical Director and currently as the Director of Clinical Services for Ciena Healthcare. Lisa is also the Nurse Planner for HealthCap Risk Management. She is an expert in improving clinical operations and bringing Centers into regulatory compliance. Ms. Anetrini directs the day -to – day clinical operations and monitors the quality of services rendered for Ciena Healthcare. She also is involved with the Health Care Association of Michigan Legal /Regulatory Committee; she is a member on the Survey/Regulatory and Quality committee with AHCA and a member of the Nurse Executive Council. Trista Piccirilli, R.N., LNHA, CDP, Ciena Healthcare Trista Piccirilli has been an RN for over 10 yrs, and was previously an LPN for 15 years, serving the majority of her 25 nursing years in long term care. She has served as a DON for approximately 5 years in Long Term Care, as a nurse manager for 15 years, and for the last 5 ½ years has worked for Ciena Healthcare as a Regional Clinical Coordinator for 2 ½ years and as the Assistant Director of Clinical Services for the last three years.
Hospital Incentive Programs FY2016: VBP, Readmissions Reduction and HACs
 
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Slides: http://bit.ly/VBP_11-10-15 This virtual learning session focused on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) hospital incentive programs for Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 featuring experts from Lake Superior QIN members MPRO of Michigan, MetaStar of Wisconsin and Stratis Health of Minnesota. Objectives: *Understand the status of FY2016 hospital value-based purchasing, readmission reduction and hospital-acquired condition programs *Share tools to understand and support CMS hospital incentive programs Identify tips for improvement
Guide to Developing a Written QAPI Plan. NNHQCC Learning Session #3
 
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Guide to Developing a Written QAPI Plan NNHQCC Learning Session #3 is a webinar for nursing home staff to identify the purpose of developing a QAPI plan, identify how to use the Lake Superior QIN QAPI plan, and outline next steps in the development of a QAPI plan. Slide handouts: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/LearningSession3-QAPIPlan-2016-08-10-2up.pdf
Reducing Clostridium Difficile Infections in Nursing Homes
 
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With Clostridium Difficile (C-Dif) nursing home onset costing in excess of $2.2 billion and causing approximately 16,500 deaths annually, it's no wonder C-Dif is on everyone's radar! Learn how a collaborative of 36 nursing homes in Kentucky successfully set out to reduce the incidence of C-Dif infections by 15 percent as well as reduce the use of antimicrobials for non-symptomatic bacteriuria by 25 percent. Dr. Fontaine Sands will review the methods, activities, and tools used to produce exceptional results within the collaborative. You will leave invigorated by the end of this 75 minute presentation to improve C-Dif within your facility as well as reduce the use of antimicrobials. 1-8-2015
Infection Preventionist Series | Webinar 1: Surveillance, What Do I Need to Track?
 
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Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network presents the first in a six-part webinar series on infection prevention topics in long term care. Speaker: Diane Dohm, nursing home project specialits, MetaStar, Inc. Each webinar in the series is thirty minutes, which includes content and time for open discussion/Q&A. Download PDF slide handouts: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/IPSeries-1-Surveillance.pdf. For more information about the Infection Preventionist Series, visit https://www.lsqin.org/event/infection-prev-series-1/
Pressure Injury Definition and Stages: Changes to the Staging System in 2016.
 
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At the invitation of Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network, Dr. Joyce Black summarizes the 2016 changes to the guidelines for staging pressure injuries (also known as pressure ulcers or bedsores). Download slide handouts at https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Staging_Pressure-Injury_Final-Handout.pdf
Infection Preventionist Series | Webinar 3: Outbreak Recognition and Management
 
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Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network presents the third webinar in a six-part webinar series on infection prevention topics in long term care. Each webinar is thirty minutes, which includes content and time for open discussion/Q&A. Speaker: Diane Dohm, nursing home project specialist, MetaStar, Inc. Audience: Nursing home infection preventionists and other nursing home staff interested in infection prevention. Download PDF slide handouts: https://www.lsqin.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/IC-series-3-outbreak-final.pdf