BC Sepsis Network

Virtual World Sepsis Congress
Advancing Prevention, Survival, and Survivorship of Sepsis and
– presented by the Global Sepsis Alliance.

April 21 and 22, 2021 | 0500 - 1230 PT

Over the course of two days with 90 speakers from 30 countries, 15 diverse and highly relevant sessions will have informative talks on all aspects of sepsis. Topics include the impact of policy, the role of artificial intelligence and big data, as well as patient safety and long-term sequelae. The latest research with novel trial design will be presented and much more.

For more information on program, speakers and time zones, please visit worldsepsiscongress.org. Don’t miss out on this free and comprehensive event!

Virtual Sepsis Simulations

From now until September 13, 2021 (World Sepsis Day), the Centre for Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Learning in collaboration with the Oxford Medical Simulation are providing access to four online virtual sepsis simulations at no cost. These simulations are crafted for a global audience, informed by the Surviving Sepsis Campaign. There may be slight deviation from local or provincial care pathways. Please feel free to share this resource with your colleagues.

Access the Virtual Sepsis Simulations

About the BC Sepsis Network

The BC Patient Safety & Quality Council created the BC Sepsis Network in 2012 to connect physicians and nurses in emergency departments throughout the province who could champion sepsis improvement locally. The BC Sepsis Network is a highly visible member of the global sepsis community, participating in the first Annual Global Sepsis Congress and annual World Sepsis Day campaigns, and has been an early adopter of new Centre for Disease Control sepsis resources.

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