We work to put an end to preventable deaths from sepsis.

End Sepsis
  • Who We Are

    END SEPSIS is a movement of families and individuals who demand better infection education and hospital safety measures to ensure there are no more needles deaths from sepsis.

  • Advocacy

    END SEPSIS is the leading sepsis advocacy organization in the United States affecting real change through policy measures. Join us in our work to spread awareness and advocate for better sepsis policy.

  • Governor Cuomo

    Protocols

    Sepsis protocols have been proven to reduce deaths from sepsis and lower healthcare costs. The implementation of sepsis protocols in every hospital in the country is a central mission of End Sepsis.

  • Watch the END SEPSIS Global Sepsis Summit Keynote

    On September 16, 2022, Ciaran Staunton traveled to Berlin to deliver the keynote address at the World Sepsis Day conference hosted by the Global Sepsis Alliance, titled ‘Making Sepsis a National and Global Health Priority – Celebrating a Decade of World Sepsis Day’. Viewers from 172 tuned in to view the event which was opened […]

  • AI- Powered System Detects 82% of Sepsis Cases

    Several weeks ago, we posted an article about a new AI-enabled early-warning system, that has been shown to identify 82% of sepsis cases and reduce mortality by 18.2%. The exciting new technology was developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University. We were asked us to share our experiences and perspectives in a new profile of […]

  • Stauntons to Receive Irish Presidential Award

    We are honored to share that our founders, Ciaran and Orlaith Staunton, have been recognized with the Irish Presidential Award for their steadfast work in the fight against sepsis. A letter for Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs sharing the news reads: “The central and significant role played by you in setting up the Rory Staunton […]

  • 1.7M

    1,700,00 Americans get sepsis annually.
  • 1 in 3 patients who die in a hospital have sepsis.
  • 350K

    350,000 Americans die from sepsis every year.