The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released a five-part webinar series on its Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements, which offer guidance to help clinicians, hospitals and health systems implement, monitor and optimize their sepsis programs and outcomes. Produced in collaboration with Project Firstline and the American Medical Association, the series includes real-life examples, strategies and best practices and offers continuing education credit. LEARN MORE 

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