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They Survived but Our Job Is Not Done: Caring for Chronic Critically Ill Patients (M43)

Monday, March 4 • 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM ET

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  1. Identify the importance of handoff for all disciplines as critically ill patients at risk of suffering long-term consequences pass through the continuum of care.
  2. Discuss risk factors for long-term sequelae of critical illness and a stay in the ICU. 
  3. Modify the nutrition prescription from ICU to home.
  4. Evaluate and recognize changes in physical status with prolonged ICU stay and treatment for recovery.


PICS, Chronic Critically Ill – How Does the Patient Earn This Badge of Honor?
Rebecca Busch, MD, FACS, Assistant Professor, Division of Acute Care and Regional General Surgery, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Making a Plan from ICU to Home for Nutrition and Rehabilitation
Beth Taylor, DCN, RD-AP, FCCM, FASPEN, Research Scientist, Interprofessional Practice, Education, Innovation and Research (IPEIR), Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO

Is Continuity of Care Possible from the ICU to Home?
Simone Chaves de Miranda Silvestre, MD, MSc, Head of the Medical Nutrition Therapy Multidisciplinary Team, Hospital Felicio Rocho, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Rebecca Busch, MD, FACS

CE Credit: 1.5 hours
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-24-065-L01-P