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American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

National Teaching Institute 2021


May 24 - 27
Virtual Event

Don’t miss your opportunity for CERPs at the Philips Education Theater

We are proud to present informative 25-minute sessions where you can learn from knowledgeable speakers regarding a variety of today’s important clinical topics that matter to you, your health care organization, and your patients.

Education Theatre Schedule

Tuesday, May 5
Class Code
10:45am
Malignant hyperthermia: what the ICU needs to know
Jill Ley MS, RN, CNS, FAAN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical & Interventional Services California Pacific Medical Center Greenbrae, CA
EXED132
11:30am
Incorporating strong change management to ensure clinical outcomes
Ray McLean, BSN, RN Philips Healthcare & Jacob Turmell, DNP, RN, ANCS-BC, NP-C, CCRN-K Philips Healthcare
EXED131A
12:15pm
Patient-centric physiologic monitoring - optimizing synergy in a system implementation
Cheryl Le Huquet MSN, DNPc, RN, NE-BC Project Management Specialist UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles, CA
EXED129
1:00pm
Alarms, alerts, and notifications – oh my!
Lisa A. Pahl, MSN, BSN, RN Philips Healthcare
EXED136
1:45pm
Incorporating strong change management to ensure clinical outcomes
Ray McLean, BSN, RN Philips Healthcare & Jacob Turmell, DNP, RN, ANCS-BC, NP-C, CCRN-K Philips Healthcare
EXED131
2:30pm
Cardiac specialty resuscitation: when ACLS is BAD
Jill Ley MS, RN, CNS, FAAN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical & Interventional Services California Pacific Medical Center Greenbrae, CA
EXED133
3:15pm
Capnography - the 15 second vital sign
Tom Ahrens, PhD, RN, FAAN Research Scientist Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis, MO
EXED135
Wednesday, May 6
Class Code
10:45am
Capnography - the 15 second vital sign
Tom Ahrens, PhD, RN, FAAN Research Scientist Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis, MO
EXED135A
11:30am

Patient-centric physiologic monitoring - optimizing synergy in a system implementation

Cheryl Le Huquet MSN, DNPc, RN, NE-BC Project Management Specialist UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles, CA

EXED129A
12:15pm
Cardiac specialty resuscitation: when ACLS is BAD
Jill Ley MS, RN, CNS, FAAN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical & Interventional Services California Pacific Medical Center Greenbrae, CA
EXED133A
1:00pm
Improving patient outcomes through automating bedside clinical decision support
Renuka Mehta, MBBS, MRCP, FAAP, FCCM, CHSE Professor Department of Pediatrics Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University & Hasan Zaidi, MPH, CAPM, CSPPM, CPC, CEDC, CRC Philips Healthcare
EXED130A
1:45pm
Using telemetry utilization improvements to impact KPI’s
John Davanzo, MBA, BSN, RN, CEN, NEA-BC, FACHE Philips Healthcare
EXED134
2:30pm
Malignant hyperthermia: what the ICU needs to know
Jill Ley MS, RN, CNS, FAAN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical & Interventional Services California Pacific Medical Center Greenbrae, CA
EXED132A
3:15pm

Improving patient outcomes through automating bedside clinical decision support

Renuka Mehta, MBBS, MRCP, FAAP, FCCM, CHSE Professor Department of Pediatrics Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University & Hasan Zaidi, MPH, CAPM, CSPPM, CPC, CEDC, CRC Philips Healthcare

EXED130
Thursday, May 7
Class Code
9:30am

Alarms, alerts, and notifications – oh my!

Lisa A. Pahl, MSN, BSN, RN Philips Healthcare

EXED136A
10:15am

Using telemetry utilization improvements to impact KPI’s

John Davanzo, MBA, BSN, RN, CEN, NEA-BC, FACHE Philips Healthcare

EXED134A
11:00am

Capnography - the 15 second vital sign

Tom Ahrens, PhD, RN, FAAN Research Scientist Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis, MO

EXED135B


We are proud to present ten informative sessions in two different formats where you can learn from knowledgeable speakers regarding a variety of today’s important clinical topics that matter to you, your health care organization, and your patients:

1. Two hour long Sunrise/Sunset sessions

2. Eight 25-minute ExpoEd sessions

Wednesday, May 26
Sunrise Session
7:00am

Post-Anesthesia Recovery Standards: A Wake Up Call for the ICU

Jill Ley MS, RN, CNS, FAAN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical & Interventions California Pacific Medical Center San Francisco, CA

Thursday, May 27
Sunrise Session
7:00am

Beepers & The Beeped: Designing Patient Monitoring Sounds with People who Actually Have to Hear Them

Yoko Sen Founder and Sount Artist Sen Sounds Falls Church, VA

Avery Sen Research Director Artist Sen Sounds Falls Church, VA

Andreas Walden Senior Integral Design Program Manager Philips Healthcare Boeblingen, Germany

Class Code
ExpoEd
EXED131

Malignant Hyperthermia in the ICU

Jill Ley MS, RN, CNS, FAAN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical & Interventions California Pacific Medical Center San Francisco, CA

EXED132

Challenging Resuscitations: Recommendations for Cardiac Surgery, Circulatory Support

Jill Ley MS, RN, CNS, FAAN Clinical Nurse Specialist, Surgical & Interventions California Pacific Medical Center San Francisco, CA

EXED133

New Acute Coronary Syndrome Case: Treating the Not-So-Simple MI

John Davanzo, MBA, BSN, RN, CEN, NEA-BC, FACHE Professional Services Consultant Manager Philips Healthcare

EXED134

Using Telemetry Utilization Improvements to Impact KPI’s

John Davanzo, MBA, BSN, RN, CEN, NEA-BC, FACHE Professional Services Consultant Manager Philips Healthcare

EXED135

Alarms, alerts, and noise! Oh my!

Lisa Pahl MSN, BSN, RN ncipal and Practice Lead, Acute & Critical Care Consulting Philips Healthcare

EXED136

Central Monitoring Units: Can They Work As An Effective Alarm Management Strategy

Lisa Pahl MSN, BSN, RN ncipal and Practice Lead, Acute & Critical Care Consulting Philips Healthcare

EXED137

Assessing Ventilation and Blood Flow with Capnography

Tom Ahrens, PhD, RN, FAAN Research Scientist Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis, MO

EXED138

Patient-Centric Monitoring: Using Technology to Enhance Patient Care

Cheryl Le Huquet MSN, DNPc, RN, NE-BC Project Management Specialist UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles, CA

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