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 pediatric sepsis and recognize the 75,000 children who develop sepsis each year in the U.S. This annual observance will be held the third week of every April.

    • In the U.S,  200 children develope 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.

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  • B.U.G.S. Classic Fishing Tournament – Florida

    May 11, 2019

    17th Annual Erin K. Flatley B.U.G.S. Classic

    The B.U.G.S. Classic is an open division fishing tournament where anglers target snook, redfish and trout. The entry fee is $300.00 per boat with cash prizes awarded. This year’s tournament will be held on Saturday, May 11th. In addition to the inshore slam tournament, there will also be a seawall slam for kids 12 and under at Marker 1 Marina

    Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019

    Check In: before 7:00am
    Fishing Hours: 7:00am – 3:00pm

    Location: Erin Island – Second spoil island north of Dunedin Causeway


    For more information and to register: https://www.bugsclassic.com/


  • Maternal Sepsis Day

    May 15, 2019

    On May 15th, Sepsis Alliance is launching Maternal Sepsis Day, an annual observance, to raise awareness of the unique signs and symptoms of maternal sepsis and bring to life the personal experiences of the new and soon to be moms who endured it and remember those who have passed.

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  • Step on Sepsis – North Carolina

    Jun 1, 2019

    Step on Sepsis is returning to Research Triangle in Cary, North Carolina for the 5th year! Join fellow sepsis awareness advocates on June 1st for a 5K!

    When: Saturday, June 1, 2019
    Where: WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, NC
    Register at http://steponsepsis.org

    Registration information:
    – $30 through May 1
    – $35 from May 1 – May 31
    – $40 day of
    – Children 10 & under are FREE (does not include shirt)
    – Register by May 1 to guarantee an event t-shirt, after May 1 t-shirts will be given out while supplies last
    – Additional shirts can be purchased for $20 per shirt. Please email Alex at asadorf@sepsis.org to order

    Interested in sponsoring the event? Check out the sponsor packet here and email Alex at asadorf@sepsis.org for more information.

  • UW Medicine Pacific Northwest Sepsis Conference

    Jun 17, 2019

    The  Pacific  Northwest  Sepsis  Conference  is  a  two-day  conference  with  a  1  or  2-day  attendance  option  that  will  explore  sepsis  through  the  continuum  of  care.   Speakers include local,  national,  and  international  sepsis  experts.   They  will  explore  sepsis  in  different  populations  including  adults,  children,  immunosuppressed  patients,  infants,  the  elderly,  and  others.    They will examine the updated international guidelines of care and science  behind  these  evidence-based  recommendations  and  will  also  address  the  current  CMS  guidelines  and  how  they  are  applied  in  sepsis  care.

    Additional  sessions  include  exploring  novel  therapies  in  sepsis,  physical  exam  in  sepsis  care,  and  teamwork  and  systems  approaches  to  improving  sepsis  care.    Breakout  sessions  will  use  expert  panels  to  offer  an  in-depth  look  at  data,  quality,  and  performance  improvement  in  sepsis,  cutting-edge  clinical  topics  in  sepsis  care,  and  pediatric  sepsis.    Additional  sessions  featuring  multidisciplinary  care  providers  include  challenging  case  studies  of  sepsis  and  great  debates  in  sepsis  care.

    Our  audience  will  learn  to  be  more  effective  team  members  and  sepsis  champions  in  their  hospitals

    To register, click here.

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