New Jersey State Association of Occupational Health Nurses Association
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Safeguarding Students Part 1: Addressing Pediatric Sepsis in School-Based Health Care

Webinar/Online

Monday, March 18, 2024 at 2:00pm ET - 3:00pm ET
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School-based healthcare professionals play a vital role in helping children stay as healthy as possible. They also deal with health issues and emergencies that occur during school hours. In part one of this 2-part series by Sepsis Alliance focusing on sepsis education and prevention for school-based healthcare professionals, attendees will explore the critical topic of pediatric sepsis. This presentation will explore the burden of sepsis, particularly focusing on its impact on pediatric populations. Through a comprehensive analysis of the epidemiology of pediatric sepsis, attendees will gain valuable insights into the prevalence, risk factors, and clinical implications of this life-threatening condition among children. This session will also highlight the pivotal role of school-based healthcare professionals in supporting sepsis prevention efforts. By emphasizing early recognition strategies, vaccination education initiatives, and the importance of educating families and students about sepsis, attendees will learn practical approaches to enhance sepsis awareness and promote proactive measures within educational settings.

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This event offers 1.2 contact hours to attendees.
Accreditation Info: Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP17068 for 1.2 contact hours..

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School-based healthcare professionals play a vital role in helping children stay as healthy as possible. They also deal with health issues and emergencies that occur during school hours. In part one of this 2-part series by Sepsis Alliance focusing on sepsis education and prevention for school-based healthcare professionals, attendees will explore the critical topic of pediatric sepsis. This presentation will explore the burden of sepsis, particularly focusing on its impact on pediatric populations. Through a comprehensive analysis of the epidemiology of pediatric sepsis, attendees will gain valuable insights into the prevalence, risk factors, and clinical implications of this life-threatening condition among children.

This session will also highlight the pivotal role of school-based healthcare professionals in supporting sepsis prevention efforts. By emphasizing early recognition strategies, vaccination education initiatives, and the importance of educating families and students about sepsis, attendees will learn practical approaches to enhance sepsis awareness and promote proactive measures within educational settings.