New Guidance from Public Health England on Sepsis in Children

Public Health England have released new guidance for Public Health Nurses, Health Visitors and School Nurses on Sepsis in Children.

The guidance includes:

  • causes and symptoms of sepsis
  • support for parents
  • additional resources for health visitors and school nurses


See full document here.


London Scientists unveil new sepsis detection device

Scientists at the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine have developed a device that will detect potentially deadly, infectious diseases within hours of taking blood samples.

The device may help to save lives by reducing the time taken by current lab tests.

Read the full news story from The Evening Standard

Test your sepsis knowledge!

Focus Games have teamed up with The Sepsis Trust and NHS England to create an online, interactive game that will test how much you really know about sepsis.

Roll the dice to move across the board, whilst trying to score as many points as possible by answering questions about sepsis correctly. You can post your high scores to the leaderboard when you have finished.

Play the game here

World Sepsis Day 2017

World Sepsis Day is held on September 13th every year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against sepsis. Sepsis accounts for at least 8 million deaths worldwide annually. Yet, depending on country and education, sepsis is known only to 7 – 50 % of the people. Likewise, it is poorly known that sepsis can be prevented by vaccination and clean care and that early recognition and treatment reduces sepsis mortality by 50 %. This lack of knowledge makes sepsis the number one preventable cause of death worldwide  – have produced a 3 minutes video explaining what sepsis is, prevention and treatment.

Click Here for Video