Sepsis: What does it mean and what does it mean for our patients?

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Part of the SPSP Acute Adult Webinar Series. Sepsis: What does it mean and what does it mean for our patients?

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Sepsis: What does it mean and what does it mean for our patients?

Dr Manu Shankar-Hari, Professor in Critical Care Medicine and NIHR Clinician Scientist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London along with Dr Gregor McNeill, National Clinical Lead for SPSP Acute Adult, Healthcare Improvement Scotland and Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, NHS Lothian will:

  • Explore the long-term impact of sepsis
  • Provide an update on current sepsis definitions
  • Discuss how to use Quality Improvement (QI) methodology to improve sepsis care for our patients

There will also be an opportunity to explore this topic area further with Dr Manu Shankar-Hari and Dr Gregor McNeill answering your questions during the live Q&A

Information on Speakers

Dr Manu Shankar-Hari

Manu Shankar-Hari is Professor of Critical Care Medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and leads a translational research group at King’s College London.

Shankar-Hari group’s research explores ways to improve outcomes in adult critically ill patients with sepsis and with ARDS, by linking the illness immunobiology with novel interventional trial designs.

His lab has the following focussed research themes

1. Immunobiology: Explore adaptive immune system changes during sepsis, during ARDS and longer-term in patients who survive sepsis.

2. Epidemiology and Stratified medicine: Using early-phase randomised controlled trials, cohort studies, systematic reviews and large clinical trial datasets to identify treatable traits based on dominant biological mechanisms.

3. COVID-19 research focuses on clinical trials, translational immunology and children with PIMS-TS illness: Translational immunology in adults focuses on how the immune system responses are influenced by treatment with convalescent plasma and recombinant interleukin-7 in the respective clinical trials.

For further details, please see webpage: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/research/shankar-hari-group

Dr Gregor McNeill

A consultant in intensive care since 2012, initially at Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham and since 2015 at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE). Dr McNeill was Clinical Lead for Critical Care in RIE during the first COVID-19 pandemic wave. He has a passion for quality improvement (QI) and is a Scottish Quality and Safety Fellow. His main QI interest is improving the care of deteriorating patients prior to critical care admission.

Dr Gregor McNeill has recently become the National Clinical Lead for SPSP Acute Adult within Healthcare Improvement Scotland.

How do I join the Webinar?

This webinar will take place via MS Teams. Once registered you will receive the MS Teams link and instructions on how to join.

As this event is taking place on MS Teams you do not need to have an account, but you may need to download the app if you plan to join us using a mobile device. You may prefer to access the session using the app on your laptop or PC too. The app can be downloaded here https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/microsoft-teams/download-app

On the day, you will need a computer and an internet connection. Please join at least 5 minutes before the scheduled start time.

Questions?

Please get in touch with us at his.acutecare@nhs.scot

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The webinar will be held on Microsoft Teams Live. During the webinar, you will not be able to stream your video and audio.

We intend to take a recording of the webinar which we intend to publish on our social media channels and our website. Microsoft Teams Live has a chat function, any comments you make during the webinar will be viewable during and after the event by participants. Chat comments will not be viewable in the recording. We may use comments made on the webinar in future documents however this will be anonymous.

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Organiser of Sepsis: What does it mean and what does it mean for our patients?

The Improvement Hub (ihub) Acute Care portfolio brings together the Scottish Patient Safety Programme (SPSP) Acute Adult and Older People in Acute Care improvement programmes to support improved experience and outcomes for people in acute care.You can find out more about the work of the Acute Care portfolio here

Healthcare Improvement Scotland sits within NHS Scotland and helps health and social care services to improve. You can find out more about our work at: www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org

What information we collect and why. 

We collect basic personal data directly from you using Eventbrite – including your name, job title and contact details – in order to administer bookings for this event. As these events are free, and we rely on your participation to inform our work, our public task is the basis for handling your personal data. 

It should be noted that Eventbrite holds data on servers outside the European Economic Area (EEA). While Eventbrite is signed up to the EU-US Privacy Shield, and its’ procedures have been updated to align with new data protection laws, we advise that you read the current Eventbrite terms and conditions and privacy policy before providing your personal data. Eventbrite will flag its own purposes for processing bookers’ personal data, connected to marketing and so on. If you prefer not to use Eventbrite, please contact the Acute Care portfolio team directly at his.acutecare@nhs.scot

We intend to take a recording of the webinar which we intend to publish on our social media channels and our website. Microsoft Teams has a chat function, any comments you make during the webinar will be viewable during and after the event by participants. Chat comments will not be viewable in the recording. We may use comments made on the webinar in future documents however this will be anonymous.

You can find out more about how we handle your personal data, and your rights, in our corporate privacy notice available online at:
www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org/footernav/respecting_your_privacy.aspx.

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