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Registration & coffee 0815 - 0900

The conference will start at 0900

National/ International Sepsis update Dr Emmanuel Nsebutu is a Consultant Infectious Diseases Physician and the clinical lead for sepsis at theTropical and Infectious Disease Unit of the Royal Liverpool Hospital. He is also the Advancing Quality clinical co-lead for Sepsis in the North West of England and a National Clinical Advisor for NHS England (Sepsis) and NHS Improvement (Deterioration). Dr Nsebutu is the UK Chair of the African Sepsis Alliance


Learning Disability Mortality Review Program (LeDeR) University of Bristol & NHS England


Yorkshire Ambulance Service update Dr Steven Dykes, Deputy Medical Director at Yorkshire Ambulance Service


Workshop 1

a) What we can learn from Case note reviews? Chris Johnson, Clinical Outcomes Manager, Hull

b) Sepsis Awareness in ante-natal classes Melanie Lee, Midwife Childbirth Educator

c) Ecoli research Dr Patrick Lilley, Consultant Infectious Diseases, Hull


Workshop 2

a) Genetics & sepsis Dr Michael Porter, Lecturer in Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology, University of Central Lancashire

b) Post Sepsis Syndrome & Support groups Charlotte Duquemin (Sepsis Survivor) & Nicola Porter (Wife of Sepsis Survivor)

c) Sepsis in Paediatrics


Fiona Elizabeth Agnew Trust (FEAT)

FEAT was founded in memory of the late Dr Fiona Agnew and her daughter Isla, who both died after contracting Sepsis in August 2012. FEAT’s main objective is to stop sepsis through funding research into the early detection of the condition and its treatment. FEAT is also raising awareness about sepsis more generally.


Tom & Nic Ray – Survivors story (click on the link to see the trailer for the Starfish movie which tells Tom's story)


Workshop 3

a) Recognition of deteriorating patients in the community Jacqui Laycock & Community team, Hull

b) Immunology Research

c) Post sepsis syndrome research Leanne Killelay, Critical Care Outreach Nurse, Hull


Respect – Hospital & community

Sepsis in Palliative Care


Sepsis recognition in GP surgeries


Sepsis management outside hospitals – HEMS & Military

Dr Richard Fawcett, Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Pre-hospital care, Royal Stoke University Hospital, HEMS Doctor Midlands Air Ambulance, MERIT Doctor West Midlands Ambulance Service, Clinical Director 208 Field Hospital, Lt Col, Royal Army Medical Corps.


The conference will finish by 1700


CPD points applied for from the Royal College of Physicians


Parking in the Osboure Street carpark next to the venue will cost £3 for 24hours


If you would like an invoice sending as method of payment please email: sepsis@hey.nhs.uk Please include your Name, Job Title, Work Address, Address Invoice should be sent to, which ticket you would like to book. An invoice will be sent from Hull & East Yorkshire NHS Trust. On receipt of payment a ticket for the event will be sent via email.


£1 from your booking will go to FEAT & £1 from your booking will go to the African Sepsis Alliance

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