Selected Topics in Critical Care provides an opportunity for the experienced critical care nurse to expand, update, and refine his or her critical care knowledge base. The presentations focus on recent research findings and evidence-based practice guidelines. A variety of topics is included, each chosen for significance, clinical relevance, and interest. Cardiac dysfunction in sepsis, high frequency oscillatory ventilation, and quality of life in survivors of critical illness are a few examples of topics discussed.
Teaching strategies include lecture, case studies, and discussion, with emphasis on direct application of concepts presented.
The atmosphere of the seminar is focused and productive yet relaxed and enjoyable, and participants are encouraged to ask questions throughout the day. If you are looking for an opportunity to go beyond the basics and practice on the cutting edge of critical care, please join us for this fascinating one-day seminar presented by Barbara Clark Mims.
The specified target audience includes experienced critical care nurses and advanced practice nurses. All health care professionals and students are welcome to attend.
Barbara Clark Mims,
MSN, RN-BC, CCRN-K