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European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM)

Management of sepsis from early signs to post sepsis syndrome: an interprofessional & multidisciplinary educational webinar series

  1. Clinical presentation of sepsis, early signs & patients at risk
  2. Sepsis: early diagnosis & management
  3. Sepsis complications
  4. Sepsis and antimicrobial resistance
  5. Post sepsis syndrome & life after sepsis: patient voice

This activity is supported by an educational grant from bioMérieux.

PeerVoice activity

PeerVoice activity "Nailing the Culprit Quickly: Syndromic Testing for Bloodstream Infections and Sepsis" by Timothy Miles Rawson.

This activity is supported by an educational grant from bioMérieux.

World Sepsis Day

World Sepsis Day has been established in 2012 by the Global Sepsis Alliance. It is held each year, on September 13th, and aims at raising awareness of sepsis all over the world.

Sepsis Alliance: The Sepsis Institute

The Sepsis Institute aims to provide sepsis education and resources to healthcare providers across the continuum of care.

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