Over the course of two days and 15 diverse and highly relevant sessions, over 90 speakers from more than 30 countries will give trenchant talks on all aspects of sepsis, from the impact of policy, the role of artificial intelligence and big data, patient safety, and long-term sequelae through to novel trial design, the latest research, and much more. We will give equal voice to clinicians and researchers, patients and caregivers, and policymakers; as well as to those working, living and driving change in high-income and in low- and middle-income countries. WSC 2021 brings together highly ranked representatives of international and national healthcare authorities, non-governmental organisations, policymakers, patients, patient advocacy groups, clinical scientists, researchers, and pioneers in healthcare improvement.
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Live, free of charge, and completely online
Catapulting off of Sepsis Alliance's successful 2020 Sepsis Alliance Summit with more than 4,000 registered attendees, Sepsis Tech and Innovation is a very exciting opportunity for Sepsis Alliance to expand its voice in the health innovation and technology space. Our ultimate goal is to help take the costly guesswork out of sepsis diagnosis and care. In addition to education and training, technology and innovation are critical to achieving major progress in reducing the burden of sepsis, both in terms of lives lost and resources spent. Sepsis may be the best opportunity to leverage tech and innovation to save lives and reduce health spending in the nation. This free conference is open to anybody who would like to attend.
Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Free 2-day event (June 22&23)
This promises to be a great event. Details coming soon
Monday, September 13, 2021
Sepsis 2021 Symposium will address the diagnosis, epidemiology, science and clinical management if sepsis including that in low and middle income countries and the current COVID-19 situation.
Thursday, October 28, 2021
Two day event (28+29 October)
Hybrid Face to face and virtual event
Bangkok, Thailand (pending COVID and travel restrictions)
Thursday, November 11, 2021
To be confirmed
This forum will review, discuss and even shape the optimal approach to the prevention, diagnosis, and management of sepsis in Aotearoa, New Zealand. The conference will include plenary sessions, featuring a range of local and international keynote speakers, and parallel sessions which will include ASID-specific topics spanning from clinical updates and controversies (e.g. antibiotic stewardship, diagnostics, resuscitation, sepsis management in special populations) to systems and population health (quality improvement, health inequity, surveillance data).
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Three day event (18 - 20 November)