Contemporary Critical Care Complications of Stem Cell Transplant/Cellular Therapies

Wednesday, March 24, 2021 | 9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

This virtual conference is designed for healthcare professionals, emphasizing critical care complications of Stem Cell Transplantation-Immune Effector Cell (SCT-IEC) in the pediatric population. It will combine live lectures and synchronous simulation activity using a Virtual Reality platform. The virtual reality (VR) technology will provide an immersive experience to the learners. Group debriefing and panel discussion will follow the VR simulation.

ACCME Objectives
Improve communication between SCT-IEC and critical care teams during transition of care for pediatric SCT-IEC patients.
Increase critical care team competencies regarding care of children undergoing SCT-IEC who require critical care
Identify future quality and research initiatives regarding interdisciplinary care of children undergoing SCT-IEC.

ANCC Learning Outcomes
Self-report intent to change practice by applying effective communication techniques when communicating to other members of the interdisciplinary team regarding the care of SCT-IEC patients.
Self-report knowledge gain in the early detection and management of patients with SCT-IEC therapies complications.
Synthesize the foundational concepts of the care of patient’s undergoing SCT-IEC transplantation in relation to their when working with the inter professional health care team to deliver a safe and quality care.

Virtual Simulation and Live-Streaming Conference opens at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at and the conference will adjourn at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. (Maximum registration is 50 registrants).

You will receive instructions for the Virtual program via email 3-5 days prior to the conference. The only requirement for the online training is that you must have a laptop/desktop computer, webcam and access to stable internet connection.