Webinar: Maximizing Recovery from COVID-19 and Respiratory Failure

Torsdag 4. juni invitererte Norsk anestesiologisk forening (NAF) til et webinar om oppfølging, etterbehandling og rehabilitering av pasienter behandlet i intensivavdeling på grunn av COVID-19.
26. mai 2020

Under webinaret vil Professor Theodore «Jack» Iwashyna ved University of Michigan holde foredraget “Avoiding Avoidable Errors”, og Dr. Joanne McPeake fra University of Glasgow holder foredraget “Building a recovery programme“.


Webinaret er aktuelt for anestesileger, intensivsykepleiere, spesialister i fysikalsk medisin og rehabilitering, spesialister i indremedisin, fysioterapeuter, ergoterapeuter og andre med interesse for oppfølging og rehabilitering av COVID-19 pasienter.

Tid og sted

Torsdag 4. juni kl. 18.00 – 19.00 på Microsoft Teams.

Språk: Engelsk

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Om foredragene

“Avoiding Avoidable Errors”

Dr Iwashyna’s research focuses on the organization of critical care services to provide high quality and value and improved outcomes. His work seeks to understand the context of critical illness (and severe sepsis in particular), both in how critical illness influences a patient’s life course, and in how the organizational environment influences the effectiveness of the care that a patient receives. His research interests also include health system organization, evaluating hospital quality of care, and medical education. 


“Building a recovery programme“

Dr McPeake is a Nurse Consultant in Clinical Research and Innovation in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, a THIS Institute post-doctoral research fellow (University of Cambridge) and an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Glasgow. Her principle research interest is related to long term outcomes following critical illness.  Specifically, she is focussed on how the social determinants of health influence recovery in this group. Joanne is actively engaged in working with patients, carers and the lay public in the design, execution and dissemination of research activities. She has set up various patient forums and has published and held research grants with patients and caregivers.