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…

MJA – The WHO resolution on sepsis: what action is needed in Australia?

Australia needs a coordinated nationwide plan to reduce preventable deaths and disability from sepsis on 26 May 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) adopted a resolution on sepsis that urges member states to take specific actions. The resolution, co- sponsored by Australia, recognises that sepsis is a leading but poorly…

2019 World Congress for Intensive Care

THE WORLD CONGRESS OF INTENSIVE CARE IS THE LARGEST BIENNIAL GATHERING OF OFFICIAL CRITICAL CARE SOCIETIES FROM OVER 84 COUNTRIES WITH A CAPTIVE AUDIENCE OF APPROXIMATELY 2,000 DELEGATES INCLUDING KEY POLICY DECISION MAKERS ACROSS ALL DOMAINS OF CRITICAL CARE.