April 29, 2022
Advanced Practice in Acute and Critical Care 2021
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This program offers healthcare providers an opportunity to validate and enhance clinical competencies, acquire new assessment and management skills, examine critical issues in health care at the state and national level, and learn about new products, services and pharmacotherapeutic agents. Faculty include distinguished regional and local experts.
ARNPs, CRNAs, CNSs, PA-Cs, Physicians, and other Advanced Practice Providers
Objectives for Learning Outcomes
After completion, participants will be able to:
- Understand clinical syndromes and severity of COVID-19.
- Creating a supportive environment during the dying process.
- Understand how to use translative evidence with patient care at the bedside.
- Describe the evolution of TAVR indications and use in current practice.
- Understand changes in the field of ischemic stroke.
- Be able to discuss the pros and cons of rapid & immediate volume administration for septic shock.
- Understand the mechanism of action of SGLT2 inhibitors.
- Compare and contrast spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage and aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage in regard to risk factors, clinical presentation, and diagnostic work-up..
- Identify unique qualities of a critical access hospital within Southeast Alaska Health Consortium (SEARHC).
- ICU Management of COVID-19 (Rx) Desiree Wood
- End-of-Life Care Alice Foy
- Translating Research into Practice Elizabeth Bridges
- Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Elizabeth Perpetua
- Management of Ischemic Stroke Sarah L. Livesay
- How to Thoughtfully Combine Vasopressors & Volume in Septic Shock Resuscitation (Rx) David Carlbom
- How Sweet It Is: SGLT2 Inhibitors in Chronic Kidney Disease and Heart Failure (Rx) Rachel Gibbons & Nguyen Cao
- Challenges in the Management of Hemorrhagic Stroke (Rx) Pat Blissit
- Access and Evaluation in Rural Native Alaskan Health Jenilyn Lo
- Pathways to Leadership Roles, Cultivating your Wellness and Career Laurie Soine, Cindy Sayre, Sara Kim