Webcast to Discuss the Surviving Sepsis Campaign as Model for Mentoring

The Physician Assistant (PA) Section of the Society of Critical Medicine (SCCM) has identified the Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) as a prime model for mentoring that improves patient care while affording PAs unique growth opportunities. This type of relationship can be applied to all professionals on the sepsis care team.

In this latest offering from the SSC webcast series, the PA Section will share examples of prime mentoring activities from the SSC. Presentations from the viewpoint of the mentee, mentor, and an objective educator will set the stage for participants to implement a mentoring program that can provide significant professional growth for all involved while furthering the reach of the SSC. Presenters include Ryan O’Gowan, MBA, PA-C, FCCM, from St. Vincent’s Hospital, Mari Mullen, MD, from the University of Massachusetts, and Emanuel P. Rivers, BS, MD, MPH, IOM, from Henry Ford Hospital. During this webcast, faculty will:

  • Describe the role of mentor and mentee in a healthcare setting
  • Explain the benefits of serving as a mentor
  • Outline goals for a mentoring relationship using the SSC as a model

The SSC as a Model for Mentoring webcast will be held on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at 1:00 p.m. Central Time (view additional time zones).

Register online today. If you have any questions, please contact SCCM Customer Service at +1 847 827-6888.

Previous SSC webcasts and related educational slide presentations are also available on a variety of topics.

This webcast series is supported by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Surviving Sepsis Campaign Implementation Kits
The Surviving Sepsis Campaign has developed pre-packaged kits to help clinicians improve sepsis identification, management and treatment within their institutions. Each kit contains two posters featuring the graded recommendations from the latest guidelines, 25 pocket guides, 25 bundle cards and a package of 15 Surviving Sepsis Campaign logo pins. Visit www.survivingsepsis.org/improvement for more resources.

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