Prime Minister Scott Morrison recognises World Sepsis Day

Thank you Prime Minister Scott Morrison MP for recognising #sepsis on #worldsepsisday. Many Australian survivors and families impacted by sepsis know the true burden & have been working hard for improved action & awareness. Action on sepsis saves lives, limbs…

WHO calls for global action on sepsis to reduce the burden of this silent killer

Ahead of World Sepsis Day on September 13, the World Health Organizations first global report on sepsis finds that knowledge gaps are hampering efforts to tackle the millions of deaths and disabilities due to sepsis, particularly in low- and middle-income…

World Sepsis Day News from the Global Sepsis Alliance

Access the GSA World Sepsis Day newsletter here: World Sepsis Day News 2020

World Sepsis Congress ‘SPOTLIGHT’: Sepsis Pandemics and Antimicrobial Resistance – On Demand

World Sepsis Congress ‘SPOTLIGHT’: Sepsis Pandemics and Antimicrobial Resistance – Global Threats of the 21st Century – has concluded. All sessions will be released from 15 September. To access the on demand videos see:


Firstly, I want to thank the doctors and nurses and to highlight that my encounter with sepsis “was a medical mystery” like many others who have suffered sepsis, it can be an elusive disease with devastating consequences. My story: I…