Queensland sepsis program news
- 7's Sunday Night program delves into the complexity of sepsis while sharing the Wilkinson family's story.
- ABC Brisbane speaks with Amy and Mia Wilkinson as Mia celebrates receiving her new running blades (12:10 mark).
- Associate Professor Luregn Schlapbach and paediatric consumer representatives Amy and Peter Wilkinson talk sepsis with Nine News Queensland.
- 7 News Brisbane highlights one family's fight to raise awareness of sepsis including new research into genomic testing and our paediatric sepsis clinical pathway.
- Paediatric consumer representative Damian Jones speaks to the Redland City Bulletin about his daughter Maddy, who lost her life to sepsis in 2017.
- Australia's first and only dedicated paediatric sepsis CNC Amanda Harley promoted by Children's Health Queensland as a Health Hero. Amanda is a valued and active member of our Paediatric Sepsis Steering Committee.
- Sepsis Collaborative's second learning session examines challenges and opportunities
- Paediatric sepsis education session based on real-life cases
- Medical leads appointed for adult sepsis program
- Queensland marks World Sepsis Day
- Sepsis education session
- This could be sepsis
- Understanding sepsis
- Australians unaware of sepsis
- Paediatric sepsis clinical pathway pilot starts in Rockhampton
- Gold Coast Hospital Foundation sepsis appeal
- Families share sepsis experience
- Gold Coast 'intraosseous IO rap'
- ABC Radio catches up with Gold Coast sepsis team
- Donation to help sepsis research
- Gold Coast begins clinical pathway pilot
- Trial of paediatric sepsis clinical pathway to commence soon
- Queensland shines light on paediatric sepsis
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