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CLINICAL ROUNDS

Session Information


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), in collaboration with the National Ebola and Special Pathogens Training and Education Centers (NETEC), and Project ECHO, launched a series of COVID-19 Clinical Rounds on March 24th. This initiative supports a series of three weekly teleECHO programs – 1) Critical Care: Lifesaving Treatment and Clinical Operations; 2) Emergency Department: Patient Care and Clinical Operations; and 3) EMS: Patient Care and Operations. The aim is to create peer-to-peer learning networks where clinicians who have more experience treating patients with COVID-19 share their challenges and successes with clinicians across the U.S. and around the world with a wide variety of experience treating COVID-19. Each Clinical Rounds session includes brief presentations from experienced expert clinicians; the presentations have included representatives from Bellevue Hospital in New York City, Emory University, University of Minnesota, University of Washington, and Nebraska Medicine, among others. Representatives from more than 15 relevant national professional organizations round out the panel of expert discussants. The majority of each session is spent in discussion related to Q&A generated by the participants. As of mid-April more than 7500 people from all 50 states and more than 30 countries have participated in the sessions.

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Past Session Materials


Aug 6, 2020 - Emergency Department - Hurricane Isaias + COVID-19 Response Aug 4, 2020 - Special Session – Transitions of Care: From Acute Care to Long Term Care Aug 3, 2020 - EMS Education July 30, 2020 - Emergency Department July 28, 2020 - Critical Care Case Presentation: Acute Respiratory Failure in the Pregnant Patient with COVID-19 July 27, 2020 - EMS: 911 and Public Safety July 23, 2020 - Emergency Department - Rural Challanges July 21, 2020 - Critical Care July 20, 2020 - EMS July 16, 2020 - Emergency Department July 14, 2020 - Critical Care July 13, 2020 - EMS July 9, 2020 - Emergency Department Update: 14 Weeks Later July 7, 2020 - Critical Care: Neurology Challenges July 6, 2020 - EMS
July 2, 2020 - Special Session: Dexamethasone and Other Steroids
June 25, 2020 - Emergency Department and Protests June 23, 2020 - Critical Care: Building a COVID-19 Hospital June 22, 2020 - EMS: COVID-19 and CPR June 18, 2020 - Emergency Department: COVID-19 and Hurricanes June 16, 2020 - Critical Care: Protecting Our Mental Health June 15, 2020 - EMS June 11, 2020 - Emergency Departing - Nursing Recovery and Preparing for a Second Wave June 9, 2020 - Critical Care - Ugly Tail End of ARDS June 8, 2020 - EMS Response to COVID-19 and Protests June 4, 2020 - Emergency Department – Interfacility Transfers June 2, 2020 - Critical Care - Cytokine Storm June 1, 2020 - EMS May 28, 2020 - Emergency Dept - Recovery and Preparing for a Second Wave May 21, 2020 - Emergency Department - Nursing Perspective May 19, 2020 - Critical Care May 18, 2020 - EMS May 14, 2020 - Emergency Department May 12, 2020 - Critical Care May 11, 2020 - EMS
May 8, 2020 - Special Session - Innovative PPE Preservation Strategies
May 7, 2020 - Emergency Department May 5, 2020 - Critical Care May 4, 2020 - EMS
May 1, 2020 - Special Session - Long Term Care Facilities
April 30, 2020 - Emergency Department April 28, 2020 - Critical Care Arpil 27, 2020 - EMS April 23, 2020 - Emergency Department April 21, 2020 - Critical Care April 20, 2020 - EMS April 16, 2020 - Emergency Department April 14, 2020 - Critical Care
April 10, 2020 - Ventilation Support Strategies
April 10, 2020 - EMS April 9, 2020 - Emergency Department April 7, 2020 - Critical Care April 2, 2020 - Emergency Department March 31, 2020 - Critical Care March 24, 2020 - Critical Care

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