Skip to main content
Past Event Sticker

Change in Condition: Sepsis, Part II

Medical Team Medical Team Looking at Xray

Wednesday, February 28, 2018, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. PT.


Learn to recognize the early signs and symptoms of sepsis infection, identification, and control. Take this opportunity to learn from our presenter's extensive expertise that can be instantly applied to help provide better care to older adults in post-acute settings.

While this clinical webinar is a follow-up to a November 29, 2017, webinar on how to use SBARs to recognize the early signs and symptoms of sepsis infection, this February 28 webinar is still relevant, even if you were not able to attend the November webinar. You may also view a recording of the November webinar here.

Webinar Recording

Download Slides

Download the SBAR for Sepsis worksheet.


  • Examine the use of forms—Change in Condition and Situation Background Assessment Recommendation (SBAR)—that will increase caregiver confidence when assessing older adults in post-acute settings.
  • Identify processes to recognize symptoms of sepsis for older adults in post-acute settings.
  • Review a sepsis case study.

Who Should Attend

This webinar is of particular interest to clinicians (RNs, LVNs, CNAs) in the nursing home/post-acute care setting. It may also be of interest to:

  • Administrators
  • Medical directors
  • Directors of nursing
  • Discharge planners
  • Admissions coordinators
  • Quality assurance nurses
  • Consulting pharmacists
  • Nursing staff members


Christine Aceves, MSN, RN, CNL, CEN

Learn more about the Nursing Home Reducing Readmissions Preparation Program:


For more information

For questions about the webinar offerings, please email:

Continuing Education: Health Services Advisory Group, Inc., is the CE provider for this event. Provider approved by the Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 16578, for 1 contact hour. Application has been made to the California Nursing Home Administrator Program, #CEP1729, for 1 continuing education credit, pending approval. There is no charge for attendance of these events.