2020 PDC Summit Webinar Series
FGI and SCCM – New Ideas in Critical Care from Reimagining Workshop and Clinical COVID Experience.
August 13, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT
- Troy Savage, MESc, Mdiv, Project Manager, Mazzetti
- Walter Vernon, PE, MBA, JD, LEED AP, CEO, Mazzetti
- Jennifer Ries
- Sheila Ruder
- Jennie Evans, RN, BS, DEAC, LEED AP, LEED SIX SIGMA CE, Sr. Vice President, Associate Principal, HKS Architects
- Annette Roehl
- Elizabeth Scruth, PhD
- Neil Halpern, MD, MCCM, FCCP, FACP, Director, Critical Care Center Chief, Respiratory Therapy Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
The Reimagining Critical Care workshop, organized by the Sextant Foundation and supported by FGI and SCCM, was held in September 2019. Ideas to meet challenges faced by ICU clinicians were developed prototyped and tested. Dr. Neil Halpern and Dr. Elizabeth Scruth were among the clinicians that participated. In March 2020 (and beyond), Dr. Halpern and Dr. Scruth were leading the fight against COVID-19; Dr. Halpern as an ICU clinician at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City and Dr. Scruth helping lead telemedicine for her organization. This session will explore the challenges and resulting ideas developed at Reimagining Critical Care and will reconsider them in light of COVID-19. Then Dr. Halpern, co-author of SCCM’s seminal report Configuring ICUs in the COVID-19 Era, and Dr. Scruth will share their experience of the ICU and tele-critical care response to COVID. Healthcare simulation experts and healthcare architects will explore how building design might make near term and long-term changes to support lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Halpern has noted that the general public doesn’t fully understand what happened on the front lines of COVID. This session serves to illuminate the picture and healthcare architecture’s response to emerging ideas.
- Identify the basic principles of design thinking and process mapping
- Review how FGI is evolving and how it is using design thinking and clinical expertise to improve future Guidelines content
- Gain exposure to new ideas for critical care design
- Have fun shaping a further research agenda for the FGI by helping to pick a best topic
This webinar is worth 1 CEC and 1 AIA LU|HSW
ASHE Members/PDC Registrants: $40
ASHE is an approved AIA Continuing Education Provider. If you’d like us to report your attendance to this webinar to AIA, please have your 8 digit AIA membership number ready for input at the end of the webinar. We cannot submit to AIA without this number.
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