Paediatric Sepsis Series – Data and Metrics
Paediatric Sepsis Series – Monthly education on all things SEPSIS About this event Data collection challenges and potential future directions Please
Paediatric Sepsis Series – Monthly education on all things SEPSIS
About this event
Data collection challenges and potential future directions
Please join the Paediatric Sepsis Series – Data and Metrics, part of a monthly online education series brought to you by the Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Program.
Sepsis is a leading cause of death and disability for children in Queensland.
Data collection and collation is a key factor in investigating and improving state-wide mortality and morbidity in sepsis.
This session will discuss current data collection challenges and potential future directions, lead by Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Program Medical Co-Lead and Paediatric Infectious Disease Specialist Dr Adam Irwin and critical care and anti-microbial stewardship (AMS) pharmacist, Melissa Pilbeam.
Register now to attend one of only two sessions on offer, Friday, 12th August 2:00-3:00 PM and Thursday, 25th August 12:00-1:00 PM (repeat session), via Microsoft Teams.
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(Thursday) 12:00 pm