Sepsis




Highlights of 2014 in pictures

Posted on 31 December 2014 by Chris Juniper

It’s been a year full of challenges with some great results.   Our teams have been something special, so thank you.  Were you there? Did you get caught on camera? 2014 has been a lot of fun.   An essay from my i-phone.   Judith Hall JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY   AUGUST   SEPTEMBER
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Mothers of Africa Sepsis Summer Ball

Posted on 13 August 2014 by Chris Juniper

Here are the final photographs, courtesy of fabulous king of sepsis volunteers, Dr Paul Morgan.  It was a lot of fun, so much fun that we’ve decided to do it again next year.  Could be a social fixture, get it in your diary for June 2015. Thanks to Santander, The Chapter Four Swing and Jazz (everyone said they
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Impact: The Size of Sepsis in Wales

Posted on 9 June 2014 by Jeff Clark

A report by Gemma Ellis In the UK sepsis is estimated to be responsible for the deaths of 37,000 people every year and to cost the NHS £2.5 billion. For Wales this equates to a figure of 1800 deaths and a cost of £125 million. Unfortunately, accurate data collection in the non Critical Care setting
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Summer Ball Update

Posted on 28 March 2014 by Jeff Clark

As you know we are having a Summer Ball on July 12th for two great charities, Mothers of Africa and The UK Sepsis Trust (Welsh Chapter), please contact Maria Anaesthetics Department for tickets gundyma@cf.ac.uk or 02920 743110. Well we have had some great donations, the first is news of the band for the evening, the Chapter Four Jazz and Swing
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