Pediatric Sepsis Data Colaboratory – Colab-Orate With Us in the Fight Against Sepsis
The Pediatric Sepsis Data CoLaboratory (Sepsis Colab) is a new international data-sharing network of healthcare workers, policymakers, researchers, and advocacy partners collaborating to address the high burden of pediatric sepsis mortality and morbidity globally. The network was formed through a partnership between the Centre for International Child Health (CICH) at BC Children’s Hospital in Vancouver and the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies (WFPICCS).
The vision for the Sepsis CoLab arose out of the recognition that despite important milestones recently achieved in the fight against sepsis, lack of routinely collected data and coordination is hampering progress. The Sepsis CoLab shares data to further common priorities among collaborators to improve sepsis treatments and outcomes and facilitates partnerships to develop and validate tools for data collection and sharing, enabling continuous quality improvement of care in health facilities across the world.
For more information see: GSA Paediatric Collaboration
Paediatric Sepsis Advisory Network
On 19 November 2019 a virtual meeting of paediatric sepsis subject matter experts from across Australia was convened by the ASN at which consensus was reached on establishing a national Paediatric Sepsis Advisory Network (PSAN).
For more information see: PSAN Program Management June 2020