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Waikato DHB recognised for Sepsis Ready programme

Waikato DHB recognised for Sepsis Ready programme

Original article posted on Waikato DHB Newsroom Waikato DHB’s Sepsis Ready programme has received a Continuous Improvement rating* from independent auditors and Ministry of Health recognising the work done at the DHB’s hospitals to dramatically…
Just Ask at Fieldays!

Just Ask at Fieldays!

The Sepsis Trust team will be helping people to “Just Ask, Could it be Sepsis” at the National Fieldays event between 12th and 15th June 2019. “We’re really grateful to the Waikato DHB for the…
New sepsis clinical tools work straight away at Waikato Hospital

New sepsis clinical tools work straight away at Waikato Hospital

Sepsis can be treated; the challenge is detection in the early stages and ensuring six key steps are taken in the first hour of recognition. This “Sepsis Six” doubles a patient’s chance of survival and…
Institute for Innovation and Improvement (i3)

Institute for Innovation and Improvement (i3)

Waitemata District Health Board have been hard at work improving sepsis care. The Institute for Innovation and Improvement (i3) is co-located with the North Shore Hospital on its Takapuna campus. i3 recognised that sepsis was…
If you’re dealing with sepsis, every little helps

If you’re dealing with sepsis, every little helps

The Sepsis Trust has partnered with Support Crew, an Auckland-based social enterprise aiming to help patients, family and whaanau cope with a serious health event. The Support Crew platform allows people to coordinate information and…