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Blood Stream Infection (BSI) QIA LAN January, 2020

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January 2020 | Blood Stream Infection (BSI) QIA LAN

Promoting Bloodstream Infection (BSI) Prevention with Patient-Centered Resources: The Role of the National Patient and Family Engagement (NPFE) Learning and Action Network (LAN)View Recording

Presenters: 
Sardeliah Pearson
Jerome Bailey, BA
Kim Buettner, BA

Biographies:
Sardeliah Pearson, BSI Affinity Group Subject Matter Expert, was involved with the development and testing of the Test Your Hand Hygiene Knowledge Interactive Tutorial. Ms. Pearson volunteered with the National Patient and Family Engagement (NPFE) LAN for one year and she also volunteers for the ESRD Network 14 of Texas.


Jerome A. Bailey, BA, is the Associate Director of Patient and Family Engagement for the ESRD NCC. Mr. Bailey has been instrumental in forging new pathways for patients to remain connected in the virtual LAN and providing multiple avenues for patients to share their perspectives.


Kim Buettner, BA, is the Associate Director of Patient and Family Engagement for the ESRD NCC. Ms. Buettner leads patient and family engagement efforts by collaborating with ESRD Networks and community stakeholders through person-centered partnerships with renal patients and their family members.

Presentation Objectives:

The presenters:

Identified the role of the NPFE-LAN in fostering patient engagement to develop education resources.
Discussed resources created by the NPFE-LAN BSI Affinity Group.
Shared methods for spreading the resources with patients.

One Continuing Education Credit Opportunity:

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