Mary Sullivan, RN, MSN, CNS
UCSF

Mary Sullivan, RN, MSN, CNS

Mary Sullivan is the current Sepsis Project Manager at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). Mary received a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Villanova University and worked for over fifteen years in the Intensive Care Unit setting taking care of critically ill patients and their families. She received a Master’s degree from UCSF, becoming a Clinical Nurse Specialist in 2008. As a Clinical Nurse Specialist, she uses her many years at the bedside and clinical expertise to improve outcomes for patients and their families, including delirium screening, ICU liberation, and the early identification of sepsis.   Mary joined the University of California San Francisco in 2013 and has been leading a multidisciplinary sepsis team that has integrated continual sepsis screening and associated workflows, including Code Sepsis, in two Emergency Departments and twenty-five in patient units. Her work on leading a sepsis project has been displayed at numerous professional conferences including the EPIC User Group Meeting, the Vizient Connections Education Summit, and the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists Annual Meeting.

Topic: Updates in Sepsis