BC Sepsis Network

World Sepsis Congress Spotlight: Novel Therapeutic and
Diagnostic Approaches for COVID-19 and Sepsis

April 27 | Virtual

Over the course of eight distinctive and highly relevant sessions, more than 35 speakers from all regions of the world will share the newest therapeutic and diagnostic approaches for COVID-19 and sepsis, from new methods of diagnosis and risk assessment to novel treatment modalities and beyond. 

The congress takes place virtually and is free to participate! Please note all sessions are in Central European Summer Time.

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BC Emergency Department Adult Sepsis Guidelines Update 2022

Have you checked out our updated guidelines for treating adults with sepsis in the emergency department yet?

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Register for Quality Forum 2022

The wait is over! Register now for Quality Forum 2022 and take part in three days of learning, sharing and engaging discussions about improving quality of care.

The Quality Forum promises endless opportunities to learn and connect with others, including three inspiring plenary talks, a passionate debate, eight Health Talks presentations, two days of interactive breakout sessions and more than 150 storyboard and rapid fire presentations that highlight work being done to improve quality across the province. 

You can now view our full program for complete session details and review our step-by-step process for registering for this year's event. But don't wait - registration fills up quickly!

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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. The BC Sepsis Network works collaboratively with the UBC Action on Sepsis and Sepsis Canada to raise awareness of sepsis research and promote evidence-based practice.

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