Paediatric Sepsis Translated Resources

Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Program has developed new resources to better understand and raise awareness about sepsis in children. In collaboration with the Mater Refugee Health Council the resources have also been translated into 10…

Debbie and her husband are both home again, taking it slowly but surely

I would like to share my sepsis story. Wednesday 22nd September 2021 4am. I was feeling general malaise the Tuesday but nothing I could put a finger on, I had been to the GP as I had knee surgery and…

Remembering my mum Kathryne

Sarah shares Kathryne’s story and her devastating loss in the hope it will raise awareness of sepsis and help other families facing this terrible burden. On March 7, 2020 my mum Kathryne, called me saying she felt strange, she sounded…

Coma to Confidence

Caitlin Alsop (aka @comatoconfidence) is a sepsis survivor from Australia. “I was a healthy 23 year old and then sepsis left me fighting for my life, ventilated and comatose. You never know how strong you really are, until you’re faced…

Sepsis: the deadly disease you’ve likely never heard of – listen to Mandy McCracken on ABC mornings

In just 10 days Mandy McCracken went from “feeling crook” to almost dying. Mandy survived but as a quadruple amputee. The cause was sepsis and Mandy explains it is much more common than most people think. https://www.abc.net.au/…/morn…/sepsis-awareness/13542178