Visante presents a 45-minute webinar to hear from The Nebraska Medical Center-Nebraska Medicine pharmacy team who has experience working with patients diagnosed with COVID19 and Ebola. Nebraska Medicine has led the world in treatment, training and quarantine methods for highly infectious diseases since caring for patients during the 2014 Ebola outbreak. Nebraska Medicine was among the first to treat U.S. patients for COVID19 when those patients were evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in February, 2020. The Nebraska Medical Center’s National Quarantine Unit and Biocontainment Unit are specially designed to ensure the novel coronavirus will not escape through ventilation shafts to other rooms in the building.
During the webinar, the group discusses their approach, preparedness for disasters/pandemics, JIT FMEAs, and learnings from the critical care team. This is a timely perspective from a highly-skilled team who can share valuable tips, insight and experiences.
Our expert panel from The Nebraska Medical Center-Nebraska Medicine includes:
- Lori Murante, PharmD, Director, Pharmaceutical & Nutrition Acute Care, The Nebraska Medical Center-Nebraska Medicine
- Colleen Malashock, PharmD, BCPS, Clinical Pharmacy Manager,Acute Care & Remote Pharmacy Services, Pharmaceutical and Nutrition Care, Nebraska Medicine
- Nick Crites, PharmD, Medication Safety Pharmacist, Department of Pharmacy, Nebraska Medicine
- Gregory J. Peitz, Pharm.D., BCCCP, FCCM, Pharmacy Coordinator – Adult Intensive Care, PGY2 Critical Care Residency Program Director, Clinical Associate Professor – Pharmacy Practice, University of Nebraska Medical Center – College of Pharmacy
- Katharine Reisbig, PharmD, BCPS, Clinical Services Pharmacy Manager, CC/ER and Acute Care Specialty, Department of Pharmacy, Nebraska Medicine
Please access the slides here
Please access the recording and all COVID-19 webinars here