Sepsis can affect anyone at any time in life but it tends to strike the population at the extremes of age. As a result children, particularly premature babies and infants can be more susceptible to developing sepsis. Early recognition and intervention clearly improves the outcome for children presenting with sepsis. Use this guide to find information resources about recognising and caring for a child with presumed sepsis including books, reports and journal articles.
This one day conference aimed at nursing professionals working with children and young people will provide the latest guidance, policy developments and resources that will enable enhanced care and service provision for young people and their families.
26 Feb 2021, 20 Cavendish Square (TBC)
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