Rapid Response: When Minutes Count

  • St. Charles Prineville, Prineville, Oregon
  • Jan 30 - 31, 2020

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Why Attend

This comprehensive two-day course will provide the bedside nurse and members of the Rapid Response Team with the tools necessary to recognize clinical deterioration and avert failure to rescue. The course will begin with an overview of the Rapid Response System (RRS) and the subsequent development of Rapid Response Teams (RRTs). This is followed by an overview of the roles for the bedside caregiver and members of the RRT. Detailed scenarios will be presented that will challenge the attendee to critically think through the process of assessment, identification of the problem and then strategies for management.

This program prepares the learner to:

1. Identify early warning signs of clinical deterioration.
2. List the indicators for the implementation of the Rapid Response System.
3. List appropriate assessment and differentials for selected clinical crises.
4. Discuss current evidence-based management strategies.
5. Evaluate current research results for the Rapid Response System.

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Keynote Speakers

Casie Brim



Casie Brim is an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the only ACS-verified Level 2 trauma center in northeastern Oklahoma. She graduated from the University of South Alabama with her Acute-Geri NP and completed her Master of Nursing Education at the University of Oklahoma. Casie was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau with each degree. She is currently pursuing her DNP at the University of South Alabama with plans to graduate in August 2017.

Casie began her nursing career in a surgical ICU and managed trauma, neuro and cardiovascular surgical patients. She has also worked as an organ procurement coordinator for Oklahoma’s organ procurement organization. In addition, she was the clinical educator for three years in a neuro, trauma, surgical ICU before taking her current role as Nurse Practitioner. Casie is extremely supportive of the nursing profession and uses real-life experience and humor to teach the latest standards of care.

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