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COVID-19 Video Series Back To The Basics: Caring For The Critically Ill

In support of nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic, I have been in my home studio recording a series of free videos that focus on care for the critically ill. There are 6 videos that are 15 - 20 minutes long, covering the basics of mechanical ventilation for a patient that has respiratory failure.

These videos are targeted to nurses who work in low acuity critical care and non-ICU areas.

The video series includes:

View Nicole's Webinars

Saving Lives: Improving Cardiac Resuscitation

These educational webinars, which are free and accredited, are designed to improve CPR quality through evidence-based strategies and solutions. The series highlight actionable information that can make a difference to all hospital team members involved in resuscitation, including nurses, respiratory therapists and physicians. Nicole Kupchik, MN, RN, CCNS, CCRN-CMC, PCCN-K will be a featured speaker in each episode along with other industry leaders in the field.

Upcoming Webinar:

Resuscitation Training Every 2 Years? It’s shockingly  time for a reset! 
October 25, 2022  
11 AM ET/10 AM CT/8 AM PT

Description
Is your EMS agency or hospital still relying on resuscitation training courses every 2 years as your primary model for cardiac arrest training? If so, it’s time shockingly time for a reset! High-level, orchestrated team response and performance of healthcare providers makes a crucial difference on survival from cardiac arrest. Join this webinar for a lively discussion on the comparison of historic, standard training methods and the future direction of resuscitation training. Our speakers will drill down on what it takes to make a difference in cardiac arrest management including high performance CPR, incorporation of a multi-modal training approach, as well as feedback on performance metrics for frontline healthcare providers.

On-Demand Webinars

Support for this educational series from Stryker

 

Overcoming the Fear of CPR: Ways to Improve High-Quality Resuscitation Training

Even trained healthcare professionals can lack confidence in their ability to deliver CPR, often resulting in fear or avoidance of Mock Codes. In this webinar we are joined by consultant and educator, Nicole Kupchik, who will share best practices for overcoming obstacles in resuscitation training to ensure your workforce is confident and capable in delivering high-quality CPR. The discussion will tackle pressing issues with pauses, chest compression fraction, defibrillation events, over-ventilation and more—equipping your organization for improved outcomes.

Supported by HealthStream. Wistia account required

 

Initiatives in Safe Patient Care

Early Warning Scoring (EWS) systems provide a commonly understood way to recognize the degree of deterioration in a patient’s status, and can ensure that every patient is seen at the right time by the right person. The EWS is based on the collection of a combination of vital signs including heart rate, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, blood pressure and body temperature. In this webinar, there will a discussion of the benefits, variations and strategies for overcoming barriers to successful implementation of EWS in hospitals.

Upon completion of this webinar, the participant will be able to:

  1. Discuss the purpose of early warning systems (EWS)
  2. Describe common reasons for clinical decompensation
  3. Discuss the benefits of EWS
  4. Identify barriers to implementation of EWS

Support for this educational activity from Medtronic

 

The Right Balance: Optimizing Fluid Management

Fluid therapy is provided to restore and maintain tissue perfusion, and is part of routine management for most hospitalized patients. However either too much or too little fluid can have serious consequences. Safe intravenous fluid management requires the relevant clinical skills and critical assessment of fluid balance carefully tailored for each patient.

Assessing whether fluid may help or harm your patient is a critical step in optimizing treatment. Through a comprehensive review of clinical evidence and case studies, this webinar series will help clinicians improve their critical decision-making to find the right balance.

Supported by an educational grant from Baxter

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