Jan. 19 Journal Club: Preventing Central Line Blood Stream Infections
What’s one quick and easy way to improve your knowledge of current research and determine practical ways to apply it to your nursing practice? Attend AAMC’s Journal Club! Next up:
Preventing Central Line Blood Stream Infections
Monday, January 19, 2015
2nd floor conference room, South Tower
Presented by Clint Welsh , RN – Manager, IV Access
“Central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) is an ongoing issue in health care, causing increased mortality and billions of dollars in healthcare costs. The majority of research and implementation has been done in the ICU setting. Although thousands of non-ICU patients are known to have CLABSI, adequate research has not been conducted in this population.” Learn more about the current literature on CLABSI and recommendations for future research. Access the article here then join us for a lively discussion!