13th September : World Wide Sepsis Webinar

Stop Sepsis save lives
Sepsis is common and often deadly. It remains the primary cause of death from infection, despite advances in modern medicine like vaccines, antibiotics, and intensive care.
World Sepsis Day, 13 September, is an initiative of the Global Sepsis Alliance and its founding members, all of whom are non-profit organizations. 
The Global Sepsis Alliance is a non-profit organization supporting the efforts of over 1 million caregivers in more than 70 countries as they seek to better understand and combat what many experts believe to be the leading cause of death worldwide: sepsis. The GSA has rallied the Global Sepsis Community to elevate public, philanthropic and governmental awareness, understanding and support of sepsis and to accelerate collaboration among researchers, clinicians, associated working groups and those dedicated to supporting them. 

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Prof Simon Finfer

Prof Simon Finfer

******@***george.org.au

Royal North Shore Hospital
Prof. Konrad Reinhart

Prof. Konrad Reinhart

Editorial Board Member since 2004

******@***med.uni-jena.de

Scientific Director - Friedrich Schiller University
 Pravin Amin, MD, FCCM

Pravin Amin, MD, FCCM

******@***healthmanagement.org

Bombay Hospital Institute of Medical Sciences Mumbai, India
Prof. Necmettin Ünal

Prof. Necmettin Ünal

******@***gmail.com

Professor in Anaesthesiology and Reanimation; Head of Intensive Care - Department of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation, Ankara University, Medical School Ankara, Turkey
President - Turkish Society of Intensive Care

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Connect and learn with leading sepsis experts around the globe – at your desktop. Topics are quality improvement, infection control, gamification, adaption of international sepsis guidelines for local needs, revised sepsis definition and more.Ask questions – get answers.

Nearly 30 million people a year are afflicted with sepsis leaving millions dead or disabled. Every nation on earth is affected and its incidence is increasing between 8%-13% each year.

Despite its prevalence and disastrous impact on life, communities and economies, sepsis receives little attention. We aim to change that. You want to know more about sepsis?
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The webinars will describe the global health challenge and share with the audience what attendees can do to help in the efforts to reduce the incidence and impact of sepsis.

The world wide sepsis webinar will be on 13th of September from Global Time: 5:30 AM till 6:30 PM

To find the program on 1st of September Click Here


Attendance is limited. To make sure you can participate, register here:
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The webinar is for free. Do you want another one in 2016?
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