Keynote Speaker: Judith Jacobi, PharmD, FCCM, BCPS

Judith Jacobi, PharmD

Judith Jacobi, PharmD

 

Judi Jacobi is the incoming president of the Society for Critical Care Medicine. Dr. Jacobi  is the Critical Care Pharmacy Specialist at Methodist Hospital/Clarian Health, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Accreditation

The MATCH conference is accredited for 6.5 AMA PRA Category 1 credits for physicians.

In addition, this conference has been accredited for continuing education for pharmacists, and respiratory therapists.  Dietitians may also claim individual credits for continuing education.  For information on nursing contact hours, please contact Sereana at 614.366.8343.

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The Ohio State University Medical Center Department of Nursing Education (OH-057/02-01-10) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

What Is Match?

The Multidisciplinary Advances in the Treatment of the Critically ill Hospitalized patient (MATCH) conference will be held September 23, 2009 at the Hilton Easton, Columbus, Ohio. 

Image Credit: chrislangston.org

Image Credit: chrislangston.org


This program has been designed to provide an update and review of critical care issues and conditions encountered in the critical care and acute care medical-surgical unit. It is intended to keep conference attendees abreast of the latest scientific developments in the diagnosis, causes, and treatment for critical care patients. It is therefore designed to fulfill the educational needs of internists, pulmonologists, intensivists, pharmacists, nurses, respiratory therapists and all other interested healthcare professionals to keep current in this rapidly changing field. 

Course Director Naeem Ali, MD, states, “Critically ill patients are cared for by many people in the hospital and each group has unique perspectives on care. Because we care for these patients as a team, we believe that education should be modeled in a similar way.  The MATCH conference will highlight advances in patient care in a multidisciplinary format.” 

This all day event is open to nurses and dietitians, respiratory and physical therapists, pharmacists and physicians with an interest in caring for critically ill patients and the speakers will reflect each of these disciplines.  To register for the conference, contact Beth Glinski at 614.292.1452.

More information is available at https://matchconference.wordpress.com