Pressure Injury Prevention 2022: Building Adaptability and Reliability
Pressure Injury Prevention (PIP) in 2022 is more challenging than we have seen in our lifetime. Workforce shortages, absence of family at the bedside, supply chain issues, prone positioning, COVID skin manifestations and the increased use of medical devices for oxygen therapy have impacted hospitals’ ability to reliably deliver preventative care. In this interactive session, subject matter expert, Jackie Conrad will share newly emerging best practices from the field to address these challenges and engage participants in harvesting best practices within a hospital peer group.
This course, in its entirety, will take an estimated 1 hour and 4 minutes to complete.
A transcript for this course is available upon request. Please e-mail the Compass team at email@example.com (e-mail) if you would like a copy.
This material was prepared by Compass HQIC Network a Hospital Quality Improvement Contractor under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Views expressed in this material do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of CMS or HHS, and any reference to a specific product or entity herein does not constitute endorsement of that product or entity by CMS or HHS. 12SOW Compass HQIC Network/Hospital Quality Improvement Contractor –  – 03/29/2022.
- Quality improvement leaders
- Nursing leaders
- Skin champions
- Rehab team members
- Bedside nursing staff (RN, LPN, CNA)
- Patient family advisors
- Identify pressure injury prevention (PIP) tasks that can be delegated to non-nursing staff
- Describe at least one strategy to assure accurate pressure injury coding and staging
- Prioritize at least one PIP intervention that can be improved upon
Jackie Conrad MBA, BS, RN, RCC™
Improvement Advisor + Leadership Coach
Jackie has over twenty-five years of hospital leadership experience, serving in clinical, staff development and executive roles. Jackie’s clinical background is in rehabilitation nursing, specializing in spinal cord injury nursing. She has served two organizations as a Chief Nursing Officer, in a large urban teaching hospital and a smaller community hospital. Jackie’s current position is Improvement Advisor with Cynosure Health, working with the Cynosure Hospital Quality Improvement Collaborative. In this role, she provides improvement coaching to states and hospitals in reducing hospital acquired harms and readmissions. She is the clinical lead for Hospital Acquired Pressure Injury (HAPI) and has served as a subject matter expert for Falls and Progressive Mobility. As an Improvement Advisor since 2013, Jackie has been collecting best practices from the field that drive her coaching and the content of her presentations. When Jackie is not working in hospital improvement and patient safety, she provides leadership and improvement coaching to front line clinical leaders and executives. Ms. Conrad earned her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing at Saint Xavier University in Chicago, Illinois and her Master’s degree in Business Administration at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois. She is also credentialed as a Leadership Coaching Specialist and Registered Corporate Coach™.
No continuing education is provided for this course. The user will receive a certificate of completion upon completing the course.