Published: Sunday 01 September 2019

This month - September 13th 2019 - is the 8th World Sepsis Day, a day spent raising awareness of this potentially fatal illness. It affects between 27 and 30 million people worldwide every year, with a sepsis-related death taking place every 3.5 seconds.

Sepsis is a serious complication of an infection and can be fatal. World Sepsis Day is about raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of sepsis so that medical treatment can be sought immediately. The NHS provide some essential advice about sepsis including a useful video featuring Dr Ranj Singh.

For more information on sepsis visit NHS.uk.

If you're a parent or carer, and would like to gain essential first aid skills and accident prevention knowledge, join us on our Baby & Child First Aid courses taking place in Brighton & Hove, and Angmering in West Sussex.

Similarly, if you're a childcare professional looking to update your Paediatric First Aid qualification, we run courses specifically for you, again in Brighton & Hove and Angmering. We also offer in-house Paediatric First Aid courses if you have a train to team (either in the general qualification or in a specific area of knowledge).


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