Moving Forward Using Lessons Learned to Prevent Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI)

Moving Forward Using Lessons Learned to Prevent Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI)

Event Description:

Join us for Part Two of the Preventing Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) Learning & Action Network Series. Preventing Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections (CLABSI) remains a national patient safety priority given its associated harms of increased hospital length of stay, costs, morbidity and a 12–25% mortality rate. Recent studies have shown that during the COVID-19 pandemic many hospitals experienced a significant increase in their CLABSI rates. This dynamic webinar will feature proactive strategies and tools for preventing all-cause harm related to CLABSI and sharing of a hospitals success with engaging leaders, providers and front-line staff in a hospital-wide initiative to drive down device utilization, increase bundle compliance and improve outcomes.


Objectives of this event include:

  • Understand the importance of hard-wiring essential evidence-based infection control practices to prevent CLABSI
  • Gain insight on how to build resiliency into infection prevention programs to withstand future pandemics
  • Discuss the impact of COVID and lessons learned to devise strategies to enhance patient safety
  • Hear about a hospitals challenges during COVID and successes of a hospital-wide initiative with improving outcomes


  • Jennifer Clary, MS, BS, RRT, Director, Quality Management Self Regional Healthcare
  • Eli K. DeLille MSN, RN, CIC, FAPIC, Associate Director Infection Preventionist, Health Services Advisory Group


Nurses, Physicians, Infection Preventionists, Front-line Staff, Quality and Patient Safety Professionals, Clinical and Hospital Leaders

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