Lessons From Trauma-Informed Care for Critical Care Survivors
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Patient and Family Support, Infection, 2022
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Recovery after critical illness remains challenging since the COVID-19 pandemic, given the traditional silos of healthcare system delivery. Characteristics of successful post-ICU clinic structures and referrals will be reviewed, and areas of ongoing implementation innovation will be discussed. Length of follow-up and support vary, and coordination of care among multiple specialties is often needed. Since the pandemic began, a large burden of survivors of critical care and long COVID syndrome has generated a heterogenous group needing follow-up. Speakers will review the current state of our understanding of post-intensive care syndrome and psychological recovery during the pandemic.
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Patient and Family Support
Knowledge Area Infection
Knowledge Level Foundational
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Rehabilitation Medicine
Tag COVID-19
Year 2022
trauma-informed care
critical care
prevalence of trauma
key principles
trauma epidemiology


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