11th June 2019, National Conference Centre Birmingham
#Sepsis+2019
Sepsis+2019
Join colleagues at the Sepsis + Conference which will be taking place at the 11th June 2019 National Conference Centre Birmingham. Learn about the latest research, science, innovation and discover real-world solutions in the challenge of managing deteriorating conditions
Sepsis+ 2019
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WHEN AND WHERE?

The 2019 Sepsis Conference will take place at the National Conference Centre on 11th June

Discover emerging issues

Stay ahead of industry hot topics and discuss how to prevent problems before they become unmanageable

Latest tools and technology

Explore the leading edge of science and technology in the exhibition hall. Browse the exhibition, learn about scientific advances in equipment and devices

Connect and network

Connect (and reconnect) with colleagues and network with healthcare professionals from across the UK

Welcome To Sepsis+

Over the last five years we have made terrific strides in improving the awareness, recognition and treatment of patients with suspected sepsis. When I say ‘we’, I am talking about patients, their families, and health and care professionals who have all become more vigilant in ‘thinking sepsis’ and have worked together to advance the sepsis agenda. This collaboration has enabled a sustained, national improvement in screening and treatment from 50%, to 90% within one hour of deterioration.

 

But, we must be relentless in our ambition – the work must continue. Infections that can lead to sepsis are responsible for 40% of emergency admissions and are the admission reason for two thirds of hospital deaths. As the population ages and lives with ever increasing comorbidities, the threat of sepsis also grows. This, coupled with the growing threat of antibiotic resistance means we must carefully balance expedient treatment with antibiotic stewardship.

 

Whilst we still strive for a ‘sepsis test’ and standard definition, we must acknowledge the progress we have made in both measuring response, and crucially, outcomes through the Suspicion of Sepsis Insight Dashboard. The Dashboard has enabled clinicians, for the first time, to assess the impact of sepsis improvement programmes and determine the interventions that are working, and disseminate them everywhere. It’s also an example of what can be achieved through cross-system collaboration.

 

Sepsis remains a challenging diagnosis to make, particularly in the urgent care setting, and for us to make further inroads into its improvement, we must be consistent and reliable at spotting a sick and deteriorating patient and then considering if sepsis might be present. Enter the National Early Warning Score, or NEWS2. We must support the implementation of NEWS2 in our workplaces and across the system. It provides us with a standardised language of sickness that healthcare professionals at every level can use and recognise to identify those at risk of sepsis.

 

The efforts and progress made in sepsis improvement through our collaborations is terrific but there is still a lot more work to do. At the conference you will hear more from colleagues and partners from across the system on the points I have touched on here. We are united in our ambition to improve outcomes and save lives – a joined up approach will help all of us realise this goal!

 

Our Supporters
Thank you to our supporters of Sepsis+ 2019 Birmingham Conference
  • UK Sepsis Trust
  • International Sepsis Forum
  • CPD Certification Service Logo
  • Health Innovation Manchester
  • Sepsis Alliance Logo
  • British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
  • Global Alliance for Infections in Surgery
  • World Alliance Against Antibiotic Resistance
  • Global Sepsis Alliance
  • Sepsisfonden
  • AQuA - Advancing Quality Alliance
  • Central Sterilising Club
Our Media Partner
Clinical Services Journal
Practical Patient Care
British journal of healthcare management
CPD FEEDBACK FORM
Conference Programme
Speaker:- Sian Annakin - Trust Sepsis Nurse Practitioner at The Dudley Group Foundation Trust and Clinical Educator for the UKST (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Kenny Ajayi - Programme Director - Patient Safety Imperial College Health Partners (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Dr Alison Tavere GP Primary Care Clinical Lead West of England Academic Health Science Network (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Ron Daniels, Chief Executive, Sepsis Trust (Confirmed)
Sian Annakin - Trust Sepsis Nurse Practitioner at The Dudley Group Foundation Trust and Clinical Educator for the UKST (Confirmed)
Includes Question and Answer Speakers:- Danny Roberts – Medical Scientific Liaison Barry Wilkinson – Acute Therapy Specialist (Confirmed)
Sian Annakin - Trust Sepsis Nurse Practitioner at The Dudley Group Foundation Trust and Clinical Educator for the UKST (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Marcus Broman MD PhD, Associate Professor at Skane University Hospital (Confirmed)
Sian Annakin - Trust Sepsis Nurse Practitioner at The Dudley Group Foundation Trust and Clinical Educator for the UKST (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Chris Hancock, Programme Lead – Acute Deterioration, 1000 Lives Improvement Public Health Wales (Confirmed)
Speaker:- Jenny Clarke - Clinical Educator (USA) (Confirmed)
Conference Speakers
Katie Harrison
Time: 11:20AM – 11:40AM  Topic: Making Your Message Heard-the Role of Communication in Sepsis Quality Improvement Programmes Biography:  Katie joined Imperial College Health Partners (ICHP) in January 2018 as Communications and Engagement Lead. Part of her role at ICHP is supporting the patient safety team with their communications strategy. Prior to joining she held a number...
Sian Annakin
Time: 03:05PM – 03:30PM Topic: Challenges of Change  Biography: Siân is the Trust Sepsis Nurse Practitioner and a Resuscitation officer at The Dudley Group Foundation Trust. She qualified as a registered nurse at Southampton University in 1995, moving to the West Midlands to start her career briefly in surgical nursing & high dependency care, before rotating...
Marcus Broman
Time: 02:35PM – 03:05PM  Topic: Sepsis within the Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy setting Biography:  Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Associate Professor at Skane University, Sweden. In charge of Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) and of malignant hyperthermia in the adult critical care department, Prof. Broman has Two specialist research lines;  Genetics behind muscle diseased patients in Anesthesia and...
Tomas Szakmany
Time: 02:05PM – 02:35PM  Topic: Sepsis Recognition Tools: What we have and what we need Biography: Dr Szakmany is a Consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. He graduated at the University of Pecs, Hungary, where he then went on to gain his PhD in Critical Care. Tamas’s research interests have always...
Chris Hancock
Time: 04:10PM – 04:30PM  Topic: Sepsis – Changing Culture at Scale Biography: I am a patient safety advisor and improvement leader working in the Welsh NHS. An original member of the 1000 Lives Patient Safety Campaign core team from 2008, since 2010 I have managed the Global Sepsis Award winning Rapid Response to Acute Illness (RRAILS) Acute...
Jenny Clarke
Time: 04:30PM – 04:50PM Topic: Improving Sepsis Outcomes through a Quality Improvement Initiative Focused on Protocol-Driven Fluid Management Brief Presentation Description:  One key element of the Septic Shock Early Management Bundle is a timely and effective use of IV fluids.   Despite meeting other recommendations set out in the sepsis bundles, fall-outs associated with fluid resuscitation...
Kenny Ajayi
Time: 09:10AM – 09:40AM  Topic: Assembling a National Collaboration for the Suspicion of Sepsis Insights Dashboard Biography: Kenny is the Programme Director for Patient Safety at Imperial College Health Partners (ICHP). His role involves driving change and innovation in patient safety across the health and social care system in North West London.  Prior to joining ICHP, he was a...
Dr Alison Tavare
Time: 09:40AM – 10:10AM Topic: Sepsis – Spreading the NEWS in the West of England. Brief presentation description: The transition from NEWS to NEWS2 in the community; the practicalities An emerging West of England/ NHSE/LeDeR collaboration to develop a bundle of care to reduce the incidence and mortality from sepsis. People with learning disability on average...
Kate Cheema
Time: 10:10AM – 10:40AM  Topic: The Suspicion of Sepsis – The Analytics  Biography: Kate Cheema describes herself as a ‘career analyst’ working in a range of analytical roles throughout the NHS over the last 15 years.  Kate is currently head of the Patient Safety Measurement Unit and is passionate about the effective use of data to effect...
Ron Daniels
Time: 11:40AM – 12:00PM Topic: Sepsis – A Patient Perspective Biography: Dr Ron Daniels BEM is the Chief Executive of the UK Sepsis Trust where he provides clinical advice to NHS England, the Department of Health and to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh,...
Who Will Attend
We will be inviting delegates to attend from across all areas of the healthcare sector, including the following positions: –
  • Sepsis leads
  • Sepsis nurse specialists
  • Ward managers
  • Infection prevention managers and control leads
  • Matrons
  • Midwives
  • Nursing staff
  • Paediatrics
  • Paramedics
  • Patient safety managers
  • Care home staff
  • Doctors
  • Emergency medicine consultants
  • GPs
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Networking opportunities to meet 400 Healthcare colleagues from across the UK, Europe and the world

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