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leah Dec 14
Get well soon darling angel 😇 We miss you!
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Hello My Name is Charlotte ❤️ Aug 3
Sepsis incidents are not increasing....the recognition and diagnosis of sepsis is increasing...:
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Hello My Name is Charlotte ❤️ Jun 15
Having a real “I love my job” moment ❤️ I love being part of something that makes a real difference for our patients at ❤️ in regards to Sepsis, we have come a long way and I am so proud to be part of that alongside my colleague
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Melissa Mead Nov 29
Why? Absolutely devastating... when will people
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Matt Boocock May 22
On the RRV at Keighley today, steady start to the shift. Seen two patients, a gentleman with a dental abscess where due to a delay in initial treatment he had become systematically ill and was a possibility It's important not to distracted by some minor symptoms!
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GOSH Q&S Mar 7
Celebrating one year since implementing Sepsis 6 at GOSH with cake and short lecture reflecting on the journey and hearing from CEO . Thank you to everyone that has worked so hard to improve recognition and treatment of sepsis
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NEWS2 Nurse May 22
Great to see this on display near outpatients at NCH. .
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CNEnetUK Jun 13
What strategies do you take to educate about deteriorating patients? Who do you target? How do you target staff? Members! Open for discussion, ideas and new ways of working!
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NEWS2 Nurse Jun 9
Today is my birthday, always a reminder of one of the last conversations I ever had with my dad. He died of sepsis soon after. It wasn’t recognised. He missed my wedding, buying my first house. By just thinking sepsis we give everyone a chance. .
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LCH Library Sep 19
Great to meet so many people at the day .... the materials were really popular! We signposted lots of staff to the public libraries too ( and beyond) and also staff to :-)
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Juliet Pearce Apr 30
Great to see so many staff taking advantage of the sepsis awareness session today
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#FabChange70 Aug 30
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USW Care Sciences Sep 13
It’s and we are really asking everyone to ...Great video
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daimon wheddon Jun 21
I would urge all healthcare professionals to look at the link and also view the video at the bottom of the page. It’s a very powerful and sad account about the actor Jason Watkins and his wife’s lovely daughter
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Hello My Name is Charlotte ❤️ Jan 24
Something that will soon be happening for all paediatric patients at UHMBT 😊👌🏼❤️ @Fmartin170
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Steven Dykes Sep 19
Well done Julia, fab day and lovely to see the patient put at the centre of everything we do. Heartbreaking stories from very brave and inspiring mums who have lost their children due to sepsis, we must do better. Listen to the parents!
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Margarida Pacheco Apr 17
Today Maggie wants 2tell U that Sepsis is not only present when high temperature is present & we should not discard the diagnosis based of the absence of it! “Sepsis can be present with high/low/normal temperature”
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Warwick Davis Nov 4
Please think about this message, remember it and ALWAYS ask this question if you or someone you are with feels feverish or is shivering and feeling really unwell. It could save a life!
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Sonia Adrissi Nov 29
When I think the awareness is actually making an impact I then hear this devastating news... Sent home BEFORE blood test results were back!!! Unforgivable... kills and kills fast! and keep taking ALWAYS
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Sepsis Vitality Feb 9
This day last year, lovely Emilie sadly lost her life to . My heart goes out to the O'Connor family today and I share her story in the hope that Emilie's Tribute can save someone elses life.
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