Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Project 5-Year Roadmap Released

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In strong partnership with consumers, the Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Project (QPSP) aims to deliver a world leading holistic approach to paediatric sepsis within the acute care setting and beyond, including development of a comprehensive education and awareness platform; expansion of the sepsis pathway into inpatient areas of care; an integrated model of care for post-sepsis support; a family support network and peer mentor program for families of children diagnosed with sepsis; initiatives to support communication and care inclusive of culturally and linguistically diverse families; and champion health equity for Queensland’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander infants, children, young people, families and communities.

Sustainability is a key focus for all activities of the program. The QPSP created a 5-year roadmap to tackle sustainability issues, particularly in relation to embedding pathways into clinical practice, improving sepsis management, family experience and outcomes, and improving health service efficiency and effectiveness.

For more information see: QPSP Sustainability Report Communique APR 2022