Title: Rapid Response Systems in the Asia Pacific Region
Speakers from Australia, China, Japan & Singapore
Inhospital cardiac arrests are often preceded by deterioration in vital signs. This offers a window of opportunity to intervene with a skilled expert clinical team, to reduce morbidity and preventable inpatient mortality. Rapid Response Systems (RRS) provide an effective structure to activate assistance, assemble clinical teams to treat and evaluate outcomes for improvement. While RRS are commonplace in the US, Australia, New Zealand and the UK, it is still relatively less prevalent in Asian countries. This webinar brings together experiences of RRS practitioners and leaders from around the Asia Pacific region, and will provide participants with knowledge, insights and encouragement to design, implement and improve RRS in their hospitals. Nurses, Allied Health Professionals and Doctors who are interested, have heard of or encountered Rapid Response Teams at their hospitals will also find this webinar useful
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