Here are some videos that nurses may want to share with colleagues, or patients and their families. There are also educational videos for nurses and other healthcare professionals listed.

 

Faces of Sepsis

A short film produced in 2014 by Sepsis Alliance, Faces of Sepsis features three contributors to our Faces of Sepsis stories.

Sepsis and Older Americans: Saving Lives Through Early Recognition

This video is presented by the Alliance for Aging Research.

A Silent Epidemic

A video produced by Emily Croke, A Silent Epidemic won first place at the 2012 Providence College Student Film Festival. The video was also featured in USA Today. Emily’s father, Richard G. Croke, Jr., died in 2008 a week before Emily began her freshman year at Providence College.

Sepsis: Emergency

Sepsis Alliance’s first video, Sepsis: Emergency features sepsis survivor Jennifer Ludwin, Sepsis Alliance Medical Director Dr. Jim O’Brien, and Sepsis Alliance Founder, Dr. Carl Flatley.

Stop Sepsis. Save Lives.

Produced by UK Sepsis Trust in the United Kingdom, Stop Sepsis. Save Lives. is a video that emphasizes that as time passes, people die from sepsis.

97 Seconds for Sepsis

Commissioned by the Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA), 97 Seconds for Sepsis highlights the personal impact of sepsis.

From Khan Adacemy, some reviews of sepsis and associated issues:

Sepsis: Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS)

Septic shock: Diagnosis and treatment

Septic shock – pathophysiology and symptoms

 

For more videos related to sepsis, visit the Sepsis Alliance video library.