On September 8th and 9th, 2016, the Global Sepsis Alliance will host the 1st World Sepsis Congress – which is a great opportunity for you to connect and learn with leading sepsis experts from around the globe – right from your home or office.
It is completely free of charge and can be done from wherever you have an internet connection.
To register now or to find out more on program, speakers, time zones, and much more please see above or go to www.worldsepsiscongress.org.
What is it?
In 13 distinctive sessions, over 70 speakers from over 20 countries will give 10-minute keynotes and presentations on the number one preventable cause of death worldwide: sepsis. From prevention to acute management, long-term sequela, and epidemiology of sepsis, all topics regarding sepsis will be covered. There will even be a panel discussion with sepsis survivors and their families. After each talk, the speakers will answer live questions from the audience.
Highlights include Derek Angus, Deborah Cook, Margaret Herridge, Kath Maitland, Flavia Machado and Gattinoni amongst other top speakers.
The Opening Session, titled “Sepsis – A Global Health Threat”, will include German Minister Helge Braun, Marie-Paule Kieny, Assistant Director-General of the WHO, Achim Steiner, former Under-Secretary General UN and Director of UNEP, and Joe Kiani, Founder & CEO of the Patient Safety Movement Foundation.