Response to Emerging Infectious Threats: Learning From Influenza, Ebola, and COVID-19
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Crisis Management, Infection, 2021
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The Society of Critical Care Medicine's Critical Care Congress features internationally renowned faculty and content sessions highlighting the most up-to-date, evidence-based developments in critical care medicine. This is a presentation from the 2021 Critical Care Congress held virtually from January 31-February 12, 2021.

Learning Objectives Discuss challenges of allocating scarce medical resources and performing real-time surveillance and interventional research during infectious pandemics Demonstrate strategies for clinical process change, collaboration, and innovation for hospitals and healthcare systems during infectious pandemics Review methods to support care of patients with infectious pathogens when resources are limited Demonstrate the lessons learned from caring for infected healthcare professionals Compare and contrast leadership of mass casualty incidents and delivering critical care during infectious pandemics

Lessons Learned in Respiratory Pandemics: Key Strategies for Every Hospital of the Future John J. Gallagher

Challenges and Pragmatic Adaptive Clinical Research During a Pandemic: How to Set Up Your System for Success David T. Huang

Combating Infectious Pathogens During Resource Limitations: Is Our Response Improving? Amesh Adalja Central Command: How Mass Casualty Incident Process Applies to Infectious Pandemics Ryan Maves

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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Crisis Management
Knowledge Area Infection
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag COVID-19
Tag Resource Allocation
Tag Facilities Management
Year 2021
pandemic planning
infectious threats
crisis standards of care
COVID-19 pandemic
critical care capacity
equipment and supplies
clinical research
effective communication
healthcare coordination
pandemic disasters
high caseloads
crisis standards implementation
technology in public health
collaboration between hospitals
legal considerations


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