Monday 11 September 2017
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
3 CPD Points
Online registration has closed. Spaces available to register on the day.
This meeting is free for patients, family members and carers to attend.
The Medicine and Me series of meetings aim to update us all on important medical conditions and gives a direct voice to patients and their carers to share their concerns on the impact of diagnosis, investigation and management.
Physicians, Surgeons and indeed all healthcare professionals continue to learn from and be inspired to greater efforts by our patients to improve care.
The audience at this meeting will comprise of those who have been affected by sepsis, their families, carers and advocates, representing about 70% of those present; and clinicians and researchers, representing not more than 30%. Clinicians will include doctors, specialist nurses and others involved in the diagnosis, treatment and care of sepsis.
*Programme subject to change
Registration, tea and coffee
Session 1: The burden of sepsis
Sepsis: The scale of the problem
Dr Ron Daniels, Chief Executive, UK Sepsis Trust
Difficulty in diagnosing sepsis
Session 2: Working together to save lives
Translating guidelines into practice
Beyond the hospital walls
Tea and coffee break
Session 3: Where to find support and future directions
The economic burden
Completion of evaluation form and close of meeting
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Covering a wide range of medical topics, Medicine and Me meetings give patients and carers an opportunity to voice their experiences and ask healthcare professionals questions about their condition.find out more
For information on this event, contact Karina ZorlakkisTel: 020 7290 3846 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org