Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy program, Saving Lives Together: Understanding Sepsis is approved for 1.0 CE in Ethics by the Patient Advocate Certification Board to satisfy the requirements for Board Certified Patient Advocates (BCPA).

Approved Through February 11, 2025

About Thomas Heymann

Tom has more than 30 years of senior business development and operating experience in the commercial and not for profit sectors. He served as Chief Operating Officer at Little Kids Rock, the country’s largest free instrumental music charity, and as Executive Director at Young Audiences New York. He also served as General Manager of The Biography Channel as part of his 14 years of executive leadership at A&E Television Networks, where he earned an Emmy Award for his work on Biography: The Google Boys. Tom is also a published author of six books for Random House including the “On An Average Day” series. He currently serves as President of the Sepsis Alliance Board of Directors and an advisory board member of the Canadian Sepsis Foundation. Tom resides in the New York City metro area and has 3 children.

About the Presentation

Saving Lives Together: Understanding Sepsis

This presentation will provide an overview of the Sepsis Alliance's work across the U.S. to save lives and reduce suffering by improving sepsis awareness and care, highlighting resources for healthcare professionals, patients, and the public that detail the signs and symptoms of sepsis, and the importance of recognition, timely diagnosis, and treatment. Additionally, this presentation will touch upon the need for better data collection that can drive sepsis research and innovation toward improved outcomes.

This course is closed for enrollment.