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Reminder: Today is World Sepsis Day
Join us for two Webinars!

World Sepsis Day is a global call to action and it's not too late to participate! Join today's webinars, there is still time to register. You can also check out our info kit for more ideas and resources to help raise sepsis awareness.

Bridging Gaps in Post-Sepsis Care for Survivors
September 13 | 1000 – 1100 PT

In partnership with the UBC Action on Sepsis Research Cluster, discover how local and international care providers and patients experience post-sepsis by attending an online panel discussion: from acute care to transitioning to the community. Join the Conversation! 

Health Care Quality Improvement:
Strategies for Overcoming Barriers

September 13 | 1300 – 1400 PT 

Kathleen Vollman, a leading sepsis quality improvement (QI) specialist from Michigan, will present wise practices for sepsis QI in the hospital, both for early-recognition and treatment. Got tricky sepsis quality challenges? Bring these along for group discussion!

About the BC Sepsis Network

The BC Patient Safety & Quality Council created the BC Sepsis Network in 2012, an expanding group of point-of-care clinicians, quality improvement and administrative health care workers, committed to improving sepsis care in BC through a model of distributed leadership. The BC Sepsis Network is a highly visible member of the global sepsis community and has been an early adopter of Centre for Disease Control sepsis resources.

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