|Report: Australian Stopping Sepsis National Action Plan 2017|
|Report: Evaluation of the ‘STOP SEPSIS!’ WHO Global Maternal Sepsis Awareness Campaign|
|Studies: Global, regional, and national sepsis incidence and mortality, 1990–2017|
|Journals: The Medical Journal of Australia|
|Journals: The Lancet|
|Journals: The New England Journal of Medicine|
|Journals: Australian Critical Care|
|Guidelines: Surviving Sepsis Campaign COVID-19 Guidelines 2020|
|Guidelines: National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce – Caring for people with COVID-19|
|Guidelines: International Guidelines for the Management of Septic Shock in Children 2020|
|Guidelines: International Guidelines for Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock: 2016 (Adults)|
|Guidelines: National institute for Health and Care Excellence (UK)|
|Guidelines: Sepsis Management in Resource-limited Settings (2019) Open access eBook|
|Tools: Global Sepsis Alliance World Sepsis Day Toolkit|
|Tools: Sepsis Alliance Institute|
|Tools: UK Sepsis Trust Professional Resources|
|Tools: Australian Sepsis Network Resources for Professionals|
|Tools: Emergency Care Institute NSW|
|Tools: NSW Clinical Excellence Commission Sepsis Tools|
|Curriculum: Sepsis undergraduate subject curriculum (coming soon)|
|Resource: NSW Clinical Excellence Commission: eLearning & Audiovisual learning tools|
On June 16th 2021, a consensus paper by ESICM, SCCM, and the GSA was published in Intensive Care Medicine, emphasising the importance of recognising that patients critically ill with COVID-19 have viral sepsis, despite some differences from sepsis caused by other pathogens. “Sepsis should become a widely used umbrella term for a condition that is caused by different pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2”, says Tex Kissoon, GSA President. The paper was co-authored by Prof Simon Finfer Director Australian Sepsis Network.
The Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Project has launched a new resource to improve awareness, early recognition and management of paediatric sepsis. Check out this fantastic resource for families and clinicians.
Case studies providing real-life training scenarios. Shared by the Australian Sepsis Network.
Case studies providing real-life training scenarios. Shared by the Sepsis Alliance.
Case studies providing real-life training scenarios. Shared by the UK Sepsis Trust.