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World Sepsis Day

Monday 13th September marks the 10th anniversary for World Sepsis Day. Sepsis effects around 47-50 million people per year, World Sepsis Day provides an opportunity for people worldwide to come together in the battle against Sepsis.

Around the world there is limited knowledge about Sepsis, it is poorly known that Sepsis can be prevented with a vaccination or clean care. Due to this continued lack of knowledge Sepsis is the number one preventable cause of death in the world.

“World Sepsis Day is a great opportunity to remind the public, media, national, and international health care authorities, health care providers, and health care workers, policy makers, and the governments that there is an urgent need to increase and improve education on the facility, regional, national, and international level.”

worldsepsisday.org 2021

Sepsis facts

  • 40% of Sespsis cases are children under 5
  • Around 11 million people die from Sepsis every year
  • There is one Sepsis death every 2.8 seconds
  • Sepsis is the number one cause of death in hospitals
  • 1 in 5 deaths worldwide is associated with sepsis
  • Sepsis is always caused by an infection like pneumonia or diarrheal illness

To join in the celebration and with raising awareness for World Sepsis Day we have two related conferences at which we are offering a 20% discount with code HCUK20WSD

If you would like to support World Sepsis Day then please share the link for signing the World Sepsis Declaration

Find out more on the World Sepsis Day website https://www.worldsepsisday.org/

Follow the discussion on Twitter #WorldSepsisDay

Related Events

Deteriorating Patient Summit
Thursday 2 Dec 2021
Sepsis: Improving Practice during and beyond Covid-19
Wednesday 19 Jan 2022