Rapid Response Academy: The Heart and Science of Caring for the Sick
A community for nurses who want the knowledge, skills, and confidence to respond to any emergency
Members receive weekly live trainings, access to a community of like minded nurses, and personalized support on their journey as a Nurse.
Always Bring Your A-Game
A community for nurses who want to respond to emergencies quickly and level up their skills so they can be a resource and mentor to other nurses
Being a great nurse requires more than just a solid understanding of pathophysiology and pharmacology, there is so much more to learn that is not taught in nursing school!
As a part of this membership, you will receive:
- Weekly live trainings centered around all of the emergencies you might encounter as a nurse
- Deep dives into pathophysiology and pharmacology
- Lessons on the softer skills of nursing like advocacy, leadership, and resilience
- Access to a community of like minded nurses
- Support and mentoring from Sarah Lorenzini
Get Knowledge Skills & Support
when you join the Rapid Response Academy community
Rapid Assessment Skills
Get a framework—and learn how to use it—to quickly assess how sick your patient really is.
Crisis Management Skills
Learn how to assess your own stress reaction when a patient is crashing and skills to overcome your overwhelm.
Skills for Patient Advocacy
You'll gain confidence and learn verbiage to advocate for your patient to the interdisciplinary team.
The Nurse Behind the Community
Sarah Lorenzini, MSN-ED, RN, CCRN, CEN
Hey there! I'm Sarah, a Rapid Response Nurse who loves telling stories to teach critical thinking.
When I designed this community to have all of the elements that I wish I had starting out. I want to share with you all the tips, tricks, and concepts that took me years to fully obtain and lead a group of nurses towards excellence.
My nursing career started in the ER, and I have since worked in the Cardiac ICU, on the Rapid Response Team, taught as a Nursing Professor and ER Nurse Educator, and COVID brought me back to the bedside as a Rapid Response Nurse once again. I hold a Masters degree in Nursing Education and have my CCRN and CEN certifications. I have taught ACLS, PALS, and NRP, and have been a speaker at several nursing symposiums.
My podcast, "Rapid Response RN," is where I share real-life stories from the frontlines of nursing, as well as break down the pathophysiology, pharmacology, and the nurse's role in caring for that patient.
I am so passionate about using stories to teach difficult concepts and giving nurses the knowledge and tools they need to feel competent and confident when responding to emergencies, and I can't wait for you join this community and get the knowledge and support you need to thrive at the bedside!
"I want you to be at the top of your game, knowing how to jump into action when your patient is crashing!"
— Sarah Lorenzini, MSN-ED, RN, CCRN, CEN
Hear from those who've taken the Rapid Response & Rescue course.
Kat, CVICU RN
"This course has helped me learn how to approach emergencies as a Nurse and how to best advocate for my patients with confidence. I loved hearing how Sarah performs her rapid assessments to try to efficiently gather data. I can easily implement her method into my own practice to provide exceptional care."
Tempa, ICU RN
"The Rapid Response & Rescue course gave me the foundational knowledge, quick assessment skills, and confidence to respond to any emergency, whether it's a rapid response or my own patients in the ICU. With the skills taught in this course, I feel like I can advocate for my patients to get the care they need promptly, because I will be able to communicate my assessment findings more clearly to the interdisciplinary team."
Makisha, ER Nurse
"The Rapid Response & Rescue course is a great tool if you're a new nurse, new to responding to medical emergencies, or just wanting to touch up your assessment skills. Sarah does a great job guiding you on how to think your way through your next rapid response. I wish I could have taken this course when I was new to emergency nursing!"