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Sepsis: Improving Practice during and beyond Covid-19

   #NHSSepsis #aroundtheworldin13days

Conference chair: John Welch Nurse Consultant for Critical Care and Critical Care Outreach (PERRT) Trust Sepsis Lead University College London Hospitals NHS Trust

Health Education England Sepsis Update: 

Dr Gary Wares Sepsis Clinical Lead Health Education England


• HEE’s role in educating the workforce
• HEE Sepsis Scoping work
• sepsis related educational materials available

HEE Resources on Sepsis

Recognising and responding to the Deteriorating Patient: National Developments – Covid-19 & Sepsis

Dr Ron Daniels BEM Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust Vice President Global Sepsis Alliance Executive Director UK Sepsis Trust Vice President Global Sepsis Alliance and Senior Lecturer Queen Mary’s University London

• why is it so important to focus on sepsis as the leading cause of deterioration?
• reducing mortality and morbidity from Sepsis
• Sepsis and Covid-19: Covid-19 survivors are more at risk of Sepsis
• recognising Sepsis in Covid-19 survivors: training and educating staff and patients
• pre hospital sepsis – spotting the early signs
• an update from the UK Sepsis Trust 

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