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Thursday, 29 September 2022
13:30 - 14:15
When sepsis is not prevented, recognized early, and managed promptly, then it can lead to septic shock, multiple organ failure, and death. The challenges of managing sepsis in a facility and the attendant’s JCI accreditation expectations will be outlined along with solutions, including available tools to diagnose sepsis, prevention of short-term peripheral venous catheter infection and failure, prevention of unscheduled peripheral venous catheters removal due to complications, preventive care bundles, monitoring, and management of sepsis within the frameworks of JCI International Patient Safety Goals, Medication Management, and Usage.
James Waterson, RN, M.Med.Ed. M.HEc
Medical Affairs Manager, BD - Medication Management Solutions MMS, Middle East & Africa
James Waterson has specialist certificates in Children’s Critical Care, Offshore Medicine and in Renal Nursing. He received his Baccalaureate from the University of London and has Master’s Degrees in Medical Education from the University of Dundee, and in Health Economics and Pharmacoeconomics from Pompeu Fabra University School of Management, Barcelona. He has published papers on medication safety, alarm fatigue, medical device interoperability, introducing robotics into compounding and dispensing units, on leadership during disaster activation, and on managing critically ill paediatric patients in adult facilities. He has worked in the USA, The People’s Republic of China, Switzerland, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE in clinical positions and as a university faculty member, and is a peer reviewer for the Journal of Infusion Nursing, Applied Clinical Informatics Journal, and the Journal of Pediatric Pharmaceutical Therapeutics.
Osama Kamal MD, MBA
Medical Affairs Manager, MENAT. BD - Medication Delivery Systems
Osama began his BD career recently as a Medical Affairs Lead for Medication Delivery Solutions (MDS) responsible for Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey (MENAT). Osama started his professional Journey as a family doctor in 1991 Egypt, in 1994 he pursued his career in the pharmaceutical world for the greater patients’ impact, Osama possess a diversified experience in both Pharma and Vaccines, he had multiple roles in the commercial and Medical Affairs functions including Medical Governance, Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Research, he has worked in a Country, Regional and Global capacities in MENAT region and Canada. Osama Received his Medical Degree from Alexandria University in Egypt and his Master of Business Administration from Hull University, UK.