BC Sepsis Network

Pacific Northwest Sepsis Conference
May 3 and 4, 2021 | 0800 - 1500 PT | Zoom

The Pacific Northwest Sepsis Conference is in its 9th year of providing high-quality sepsis education to an international community of people interested in improving sepsis care and outcomes. This interactive conference aims to educate care providers across care settings and patient populations, explore controversies in sepsis care and challenge attendees to implement changes in their own facilities.

BC Presentations

Srinivas Murthy | Equity in North America and Other Parts of the World

Niranjan Kissoon | Global Sepsis Panel

David Sweet | Trial(s) by jury? The case of remdesivir. 

A Guide to Compassionate Phone Conversations
Developed for COVID-19 by Northern Health

Developed by Northern Health with patient partners this conversation guide may be useful for challenging conversations with patients and family members. The Guide to Compassionate Phone Conversations has been initially used for COVID-19 cases and within Northern Health’s palliative care team. The guide can be supportive to a variety of contexts. Importantly, this process helps to maintain a culturally safe interaction.

Click Here to Access the Guide

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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