The Australian Sepsis Network (ASN) is the only dedicated national body working to reduce the burden of sepsis in Australia, through research and advocacy. The ASN is a network of organisations and individuals with the common aim to improve outcomes for Australian patients with sepsis, and to provide information and support to the families and friends of people with sepsis. The ASN is hosted by The George Institute for Global Health.
Global Sepsis Supporter Meeting – World Congress of Intensive Care 16 October 2019
Invitation to attend the Global Sepsis Supporter Meeting on 16 October 2019 at the World Congress of Intensive Care in Melbourne. Main topics will include collaboration with the WHO to roll out the demands of the Resolution on Sepsis, an update on the establishment of regional sepsis alliances, World Sepsis…
Parents to learn signs of sepsis
Sepsis takes the life of more than one million children every year, but thanks to a boost in research funding, University of Queensland doctors are a step closer to beating the deadly disease. A $40,000 grant from The Emergency Medicine Foundation was announced today on World Sepsis Day (13 September) to help…
World Sepsis Day Seminar – Voice of the consumer
Queensland Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Service Education Session WORLD SEPSIS DAY – 13 September 2019 Voice of the consumer: Insight, Influence and Action
Reaching 4 Korina World Sepsis Day Morning Tea
On World Sepsis Day 13 September 2019 please attend a morning tea that will increase awareness about sepsis and help raise funds for Reaching 4 Korina & the Australian Sepsis Network. Please see the attached flyer for information, hope you can make it.