Sepsis Cases & Key Process Measures

Wednesday, May 8, 2024  |  12:00 – 1:00pm

Join us for the second webinar tailored specifically for Emergency Department staff. Learn through a detailed case presentation illustrating swift and successful sepsis management. We will delve into key process measures that are critical for improving patient outcomes and reducing mortality rates from sepsis in the ED.

Why Attend?

  • Enhance Your Skills: Gain insights from real-world cases and understand the nuances of rapid diagnosis and intervention.
  • Improve Patient Care: Equip yourself with knowledge to significantly better patient survival rates through timely and effective treatment.

Join the virtual webinar via Zoom link:
HQBC, CCBC, & ECBC Collaborative Sepsis Webinar

Presenter: Dr. Angela Babuk

Angela, a critical care physician focusing on services for under-resourced communities, migrated from Afghanistan and Russia to BC. She earned a biopsychology degree from SFU and an MD from UBC, where she also trained in General Internal Medicine. Angela furthered her education with Critical Care Medicine at University of Calgary, Echocardiography at UBC, and Cardiothoracic Critical Care in Cambridge before practicing in BC. She is a HQBC Clinical Fellow.

Angela works at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital and is pursuing a Master of Public Health at Johns Hopkins, focusing on Quality Improvement and Patient Safety. She aims to enhance healthcare quality and access through system-level changes driven by solid data. Angela’s goal is to develop a system for identifying and bridging service gaps for critically ill patients in underserved communities, ultimately improving care equity.

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