Pocketbook of Sepsis

Sepsis Australia has been working closely with our education partner Continulus to develop the ‘Pocketbook of Sepsis’. The Pocketbook of Sepsis is a digital library of high-impact, evidence-based lectures from peer-reviewed international experts aiming to put world-expert knowledge in the…

Natalie’s harrowing story of sepsis survival, resilience and the importance of reaching out for support

My story of surviving sepsis It was Friday 26th August 2022. A day I remember as it was my mum’s birthday but also the day that things in my life took a turn. I started my day with my usual…

Sepsis Australia collaborating on quality improvement with our SWISS colleagues

The burden imposed by sepsis in Switzerland contrasts with the lack in public awareness, insufficient institutional efforts to reduce sepsis, as well as absence of national coordination and monitoring to reduce the impact of sepsis. Sepsis has often been called…

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organisation.

Sepsis kills 11 million people every year, often due to the lack of safe & effective antimicrobials to treat it. The best defence against sepsis is strong health systems. On World Sepsis Day, WHO calls on countries to deliver safer,…

Sepsis Champions

World Sepsis Day is 13 SEPT 2022 Thankyou to our local sepsis champions and consumer advocates who work tirelessly to improve outcomes for #sepsis survivors, their families and carers. Join us on World Sepsis Day to raise awareness https://www.worldsepsisday.org/wsd2022