Posts Tagged ‘maternal health’

“Sepsis Predictive Analytics” webinar set for June 29

The DFW Hospital Council Foundation in association with JPS Health Network will host a complimentary webinar “Sepsis Predictive Analytics” on Tuesday, June 29 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, CDT. One hour of CNE credit will be available. Joni Padden, DNP, APRN, BC, CPHIMS, Chief Nursing Information Officer at Texas Health Resources, will serve as […]

“Maternal Sepsis: A Nurse’s Story” webinar has been posted online

The DFW Hospital Council Foundation and JPS Health Network webinar “Maternal Sepsis: A Nurse’s Story” originally broadcast on May 25 has been posted online. Speakers included Carrie Hood, BSN, RN, CHML of Baylor Scott & White Lake Pointe and Jessica Aguilar, BSN, RN, LP of JPS Health Network. You can view the webinar here. For […]

Sepsis Awareness 5: Sepsis and Children

The DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation has been coordinating the Sepsis Strike Force over the past five years. Led by Patti Taylor, the DFWHC Foundation’s director of quality and patient safety services, the group is made up of representatives from hospitals across North Texas inspired by the goal to create awareness on the dangers of […]

Maternal Sepsis webinar set for May 25

The DFW Hospital Council Foundation in association with JPS Health Network will host a complimentary webinar “Maternal Sepsis: A Nurse’s Story” on Tuesday, May 25 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, CDT. One hour of CNE credit will be available. Speakers will include Carrie Hood, BSN, RN, CHML of Baylor Scott & White Lake Pointe […]

Sepsis Awareness 4: Maternal Facts

The DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation has been coordinating the Sepsis Strike Force over the past five years. Led by Patti Taylor, the DFWHC Foundation’s director of quality and patient safety services, the group is made up of representatives from hospitals across North Texas inspired by the goal to create awareness on the dangers of […]

Local healthcare partners release “Community Needs Assessment”

A comprehensive “Community Needs Assessment Report” was released to the public last week detailing significant shortages in mental health therapy, rural physicians, diabetes awareness and maternal health. The report was produced by the Regional Healthcare Partnership (RHP 9), one of 20 regional teams the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) has defined for the […]