SHEA Spring 2018 Full Conference Recordings
SHEA’s overall goal for SHEA Spring 2018 is for participants to gain valuable knowledge about the latest research and science in healthcare epidemiology, practical skills and strategies to implement this knowledge, and ongoing connections with other professionals in the field of healthcare epidemiology and infection prevention.
*You will no longer be able to purchase or register for this course when enrollments close - 10/02/18
*Attendees: If you missed any of the full-conference sessions at SHEA Spring, you can take them here and earn your CME credits!
All Full-Conference sessions available within this course are shown below. You can also find these sessions highlighted in red and yellow in the Conference Agenda
- Oral Abstracts: MRSA: New Prevention for an Old Problem
- Oral Abstracts: A Fresh Look at the Fundamentals
- Oral Abstracts: The Daily Report
- Oral Abstracts: Microbes on the Move
- Oral Abstracts: At the Intersection of Antibiotics and Resistance
- Best Oral Abstract Session
- Opening Plenary: Crossing the Communication Chasm
- Challenging Cases in Infection Prevention
- Preparing for the Next Emergency: Improving Readiness in Hospitals, Labs and Communities
- The Needle and the Damage Done: The Infection Control Implications of Opiate Diversion by Healthcare Workers
- Hands On Vs. Hands Off Surveillance
- Pro/Con: Carrot or Stick
- Joint Session: Stewardship of the Future
- HAI Prevention in Pediatrics 2018
- HAI Prevention in 2018: Best Practices
- Infection Prevention: Building Global Capacity and View
- Plenary: It’s Not What You Say, It’s How You Say It
- R2D2 vs Elbow Grease: Environmental
- Looking Beyond Our Patients: OneHealth Perspective
- It’s Not an Isolated Issue
- I’m Here to See the Baby
- LTC: Should I Stay or Should I Go
- Is Stewardship or Infection Prevention the Key to Reduction?
- Beauty and the Beasts: Tales from the Front Lines of Response to Emerging Threats
- How to Publish What We Do
- Interrupting the Slippery Slope of Over-Testing to Over-Treating the Urine
- Leveraging the Synergy of Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Prevention and Control Programs
- Healthcare Associated Viruses
- How Much is Truly Preventable and How Hard Should We Try
- Closing Plenary: Changing the World Through Better Communication
This conference is designed for physicians, infection preventionists, healthcare epidemiologists, infectious disease specialists, microbiologists, nurses, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals interested in healthcare epidemiology, infection prevention, surveillance, research methods, patient safety, environmental issues and quality improvement.
At the Conclusion of the course, learners should be able to:
- Review and critique new scientific evidence related to epidemiologic methods and prevention of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
- Identify evolving public policy developments and their impact on HAI prevention.
- Compare and contrast differing approaches to controversial aspects of HAI prevention.
- Translate best methods in healthcare epidemiology, antibiotic stewardship, surveillance, prevention, and research into practice.
- Apply and evaluate appropriate antibiotic stewardship practices in acute and non-acute healthcare settings.
- Discuss current best practices in HAI prevention in individual clinical settings including Pediatrics and Long-term Care.
- Apply practical strategies to effectively communicate healthcare epidemiology, HAI prevention and antibiotic stewardship knowledge and practices to patients, healthcare personnel and policy makers.
PLANNING COMMITTEE & SPEAKERS
Matthew Linam, MD, MS (Planning Chair)*
Loretta Litz-Fauberbach, MS, CIC
Judith Guzman-Cottrill, DO (Planning Vice-Chair)*
Christopher Pfeiffer, MD*
Belinda Ostrowsky, MD, MPH (Past Chair)*
Thomas J. Sandora, MD, MPH*
Gonzalo Bearman, MD, MPH*
Marin Schweizer, PhD*
Barbara Braun, PhD*
Kari Simonsen, MD
Joost Hopman, MD*
Nimalie Stone, MD, MS*
Marion Kainer, MD, MPH*
Disclosed no relevant financial relationships
Disclosed no relevant financial relationships
Lynne Batshon, BS
Ebbing Lautenbach, MD, MPH, MSCE
Joe Palca, PhD
Zintars Beldavs, MS
Grace Lee, MD
Joseph Perz, DrPH, MA
Kristina Bryant, MD
Latania Logan, MD
Theresa Rowe, DO
David Calfee, MD, MS
Emily Lutterloh, MD, MPH
William Rutala, PhD, MPH
Susan Coffin, MD, MPH
Kalisvar Marimuthu, MBBS, MRCP
Dawn Sievert, PhD, MS
Mirian Dal Ben, MD, Msc, PhD
L. Clifford McDonald, MD
Edward Stenehjem, MD, MSc
Charlesnika T. Evans, PhD, MPH
Jessina McGregor, PhD
Thomas Talbot, MD, MPH
Mohamad G. Fakih, MD, MPH
Daniel Morgan, MD, MS
John Towns, MD
David Nace, MD, MPH
Barbara Trautner, MD, PhD
Jon Furuno, PhD
Melinda Neuhauser, PharmD, MPH
Maroya J. Walters, PhD, ScM
Janet Haas, PhD, RN, CIC
Kimberly New, JD, BSN
Nora Wong, MPH
Julie Ann Justo, PharmD, MS
Jason Newland, MD, MEd
Keith Kaye, MD, MPH
Priya Nori, MD
The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
*Please note: The Oral Abstract Sessions have no accreditation
The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America designates this enduring activity for a maximum of 36.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The American Medical Association has determined that physicians not licensed in the United States who participate in this continuing medical education activity are eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM.
SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION STATEMENT
Participants are expected to claim only those hours spent in the educational activities approved for continuing education credit. Certificates of Attendance are provided to registered attendees based upon completion of the online evaluation.
CONTENT VALIDATION STATEMENT
The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America accepts the following content validation statements and expects all persons involved in its professional education activities to abide by these statements with regard to any recommendations for clinical care.
- All recommendations involving clinical medicine are based on evidence accepted within the profession of medicine as adequate justification for their indications and contradictions in the care of patients; AND/OR
- All scientific research referred to or reported in support or justification of a patient care recommendation conforms to generally accepted standards of experimental design, data collection, and analysis.
The SHEA Spring 2018 Conference: Science Guiding Prevention is supported in part by educational grants from the following companies:
Merck & Co, Inc.
Sage Products LLC
- 36.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™The Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
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