Capita Announce Details of Their Recognising, Treating and Managing Severe Sepsis Conference

This timely and important conference features input from the organisations taking forward the Health Service Ombudsman’s recommendations and best practice case studies for managing Sepsis.

London, United Kingdom, November 09, 2013 --( Costing the NHS over £2billion annually, sepsis kills approximately 37,000 a year, more people than breast and bowel cancer combined. It accounts for 30-50% of episodes of inpatient deterioration and an estimated 100,000 hospital admissions each year, each costing an average of £20,000*.

In its first Clinical Report, Time to act - Severe sepsis: rapid diagnosis and treatment saves lives, the Health Service Ombudsman for England has developed a series of recommendations to help organisations make necessary changes to improve patient care and reduce the significant personal and financial cost that sepsis poses. Based on the three main areas of focus identified in the report, this timely and important conference will cover the key issues around:

• Improving the recognition of sepsis
• Improving treatment
• Delivering continuous improvement

With input from the organisations taking forward the Ombudsman’s recommendations and best practice case studies, this unique conference, taking place in january 2014, features the latest policy updates, delivers crucial information on developing the processes and systems to better manage sepsis, and provides the practical guidance on improving clinical care delivery at the front line. Against a landscape of reduced budgets and a spotlight on patient safety, don’t miss this opportunity to keep informed about the latest recommendations and how you can deliver high standards of care to all patients.

*UK Sepsis Trust

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Contact: Richard Goddard,; 020 7960 7719
Capita Conferences
Richard Goddard
020 7960 7719