The Nurse’s Role in Preventing Sepsis

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The Nurse’s Role in Preventing Sepsis

Tuesday, February 26 |  5:30pm-6:30pm


Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening condition caused by the body’s response to an infection, which triggers changes that can damage multiple organ systems. Learn about early warning signs, ways to identify infection and opportunities to clinically intervene before the situation becomes more complex.

Presented By: Michelle Stuercke, RN, Chief Clinical Officer for Transitional Care Management

Each course offers one complimentary continuing education credit hour for licensed professionals in the state of Illinois including: Nurses (RNs/LPNs), Advance Practice Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Social Workers.

Register today! Courses are complimentary.

Please RSVP at or call (847) 392-9000. 

2019-01-04T15:19:15+00:00January 3rd, 2019|Categories: CEU, Transitional Care University|Tags: , , |

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