Upcoming Events

  • Pediatric Sepsis Week

    Apr 21, 2019

    This April 21st to 27th, Sepsis Alliance is launching Pediatric Sepsis Week to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of sepsis in children and recognize the 75,000 children who develop sepsis every year in the U.S. This annual observance will be held the third week of every April.

    • In the U.S., 200 children develop sepsis a day.
    • More children die of sepsis than of childhood cancer.
    • One-third of pediatric sepsis survivors show a decline in their functional status 28 days after hospital discharge.

    To learn how you can get involved, click here.

  • Webinar: Surviving Pediatric Sepsis: What’s Next?

    Apr 24, 2019

    This webinar is part of the Sepsis: Across the Continuum of Care webinar series.

    Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2019

    Time: 2 PM EST/11 AM PST


    With early recognition and appropriate resuscitation, most children now survive sepsis.  Unfortunately, the experience of sepsis does not end at the PICU or hospital discharge for many children and their families. Functional deficits in physical, cognitive, emotional, and social health are evident in up to one-quarter (or more) of children after pediatric sepsis, along with an increased risk for hospital readmission and long-term mortality.

    This webinar will review the epidemiology and symptoms of post-intensive care syndrome in children (PICS-p) who survive sepsis and discuss efforts to improve the lingering effects of sepsis and critical illness for children and their families. Dr. Marnie Doubek will talk about her experience when her 11-year-old son, Zachary, developed sepsis and she found herself on the patient side of things.

    At the end of the presentation you should be able to:

    • Review epidemiology and symptoms of post-intensive care syndrome in childhood survivors of sepsis
    • Identify risk factors for long-term functional morbidity and mortality after pediatric sepsis
    • Discuss efforts to improve long-term new or residual morbidity after pediatric sepsis
    • Value the pediatric sepsis survivor experience from a parent’s perspective

    To register, click here.

  • Webinar: Sepsis Data Abstraction: Open Forum

    Apr 25, 2019

    Date: Thursday, April 25, 2019

    Time: 2:00PM EDT / 11:00AM PDT


    Sepsis is a very complex condition that has very specific core measure data abstraction rules making it challenging for abstractors. This webinar will be presented by two teams, each including a sepsis coordinator and an abstractor, to discuss the obstacles to abstract sepsis data along with clinical and abstraction tips. At the time of webinar registration, people will be asked to submit questions for the speakers to discuss and answer during the webinar.

    At the end of this session you should be able to:

    • Identify obstacles that abstractors face when abstracting sepsis data
    • Review best practices and techniques for accurate and early detection of sepsis
    • Discuss key strategies to comply with documentation requirements


    Angela Craig, APN, MS, CCNS

    ICU Clinical Nurse Specialist, Cookeville Regional Medical Center

    Michael G. Seelman, BSN, MS

    Regional Quality Officer, Bon Secours Mercy Health

    To register, click here.

  • Sepsis Coordinator Network Sponsor Innovation Webinar

    May 1, 2019

    Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

    Time: 2 PM EDT/11AM PDT


    This is an innovation session for the Sepsis Coordinator Network sponsors to present their solutions to improving sepsis care, featuring Beckman Coulter and Wolters Kluwer Health.


    Rachael Burnside, MBA, PHD

    Senior Global Marketing Manager, Beckman Coulter

    Stephen Claypool, MD

    Medical Director, Safety and Surveillance, Wolters Kluwer Health

    To register, click here.

  • Sips for Sepsis New York

    May 9, 2019

    Join fellow sepsis awareness advocates and sepsis survivors Ryan Eisner and Valerie Dursi at Raise New York on Thursday, May 9th to raise funds for sepsis awareness programs.


    Date: Thursday, May 9

    Time: 6:30 – 9:30 pm

    Where: Raise New York – 416 3rd Avenue, New York, NY

    To learn more, visit: donate.sepsis.org/sipsNY

    To purchase tickets for the event, please CLICK HERE or visit sepsisfundraiser.eventbee.com.



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