Meducate Medical Sepsis Awareness 

 
Book now for Meducate Medical Sepsis Awareness 
 
According to the Sepsis Trust the number of people developing sepsis is increasing, with around 234,000 cases each year in the UK. Further, the Sepsis Trust estimate that there are 52,000 deaths associated with the condition, per year. 
 
However, recent evidence has indicated that early recognition and treatment can improve survival rates. Health and social care workers are well placed to recognise the early signs of sepsis and to raise the alarm to enable prompt identification and treatment. 
 
This 3- hour course will provide guidance on how to assess adults for sepsis and what to do if you think a patient could have sepsis. Further, it will enable participants to consider how national guidelines relating to the early recognition and treatment of sepsis may be applied to their own policy and practice. 
 
Our courses are fun, informal and educational. 
 
To make a booking please complete the form and one of our team will get straight back to you to arrange everything. 
 
We look forward to visiting your healthcare setting in the near future. 
 
 

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Learning Outcomes: 
 
• Recognise the scale and impact of sepsis within the UK 
• Outline the ways in which sepsis can present in the care setting 
• List the signs and symptoms of sepsis and outline how these might progress in the adult 
• Identify assessment tools that will alert to the possibility of sepsis in the adult 
• Indicate how the adoption of nationally agreed treatment protocols might influence prognosis 
• List 3 actions they may take to improve the recognition and treatment of sepsis 
 
To book call 01206 638711 or email office@meducatetraining.co.uk 
 
Call 01206 638711 
The price for this course is £80 + VAT per person 
This course is also available onsite at your location for group sizes up to 12 priced at a guide price of £400 +VAT 
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