What's it about?
Respected sepsis experts deliver impactful talks for practicing physicians
- To advance knowledge, competency and performance in managing the acute septic patient
- A comprehensive review of the latest research and evidence in sepsis prevention, pathophysiology, genetics, immunology, diagnostics and treatment
- To stay abreast of key advances and opinions in sepsis management for day-to-day clinical practice
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Who's it for?
All doctors and nurses who care for patients with sepsis
Duration 354 mins.
A selection of leading sepsis experts from around the world
Simon Finfer - Chair of International Sepsis Forum
John Marshall - Trauma Surgeon and past Chair of ISF
Mervyn Singer - Prof. of ICU, University College London
Kathryn Maitland - Prof. of Paediatric Tropical Infections
Derrick Crook - Prof. of Microbiology, Oxford Univeristy
Ron Daniels - Chief Executive of UK sepsis trust
Vida Hamilton - Clinical Lead for Sepsis in Ireland
Anthony Gordon - Prof. of ICU, Imperial College London
Kathy Rowan - Founder and Director of ICNARC
Jecko Thachil - Chair of DIC committee, ISTH
Ken Baillie - Consultant ICU & ISF Lowry Fink Fellow
Gordon Ramage - Prof. of Medical Microbiology, Glasgow
The African Sepsis Alliance
Every MedReach course supports high-impact healthcare projects in the world’s most poorly-resourced areas. £40 from your International Sepsis Symposium course fee will be donated to The African Sepsis Alliance.
Founded in 2016 as a collaboration of African countries and international professional bodies, this organisation is dedicated to improving outcomes from sepsis as the most important cause of severe illness in Africa.