BREAKING NEWS! Senator Schumer Proclaims Sept 13 National Sepsis Day
Men's Health Month and Sepsis.

June is Men’s Health Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about men’s well-being. According to the NIH, males with sepsis have a 70% higher mortality rate compared to females. During this month, it is important for men to take a moment to evaluate their health. Here are some tips to consider: Schedule a doctor’s […]

June 8, 2023» Read more
Kangaroo Care Sepsis

A new analysis published in the medical journal EclinicalMedicine, finds that immediate kangaroo mother care (KMC) (also known as skin-to-skin) reduces the risk of sepsis among small and preterm babies. According to the report, vulnerable newborns who receive immediate KMC-which combines skin-to-skin contact with exclusive breastfeeding or provision of breastmilk-reduced suspected sepsis by 18%, sepsis-related […]

June 8, 2023» Read more
Sepsis and wounds

Memorial Day Weekend is just around the corner, signaling the unofficial kickoff to summer! As we gear up for the season, we wanted to take a moment to share the following from our friends at The Care Partner Project. We were honored they featured Rory’s story in their most recent newsletter on summer, scrapes & […]

May 24, 2023» Read more

Join the 7th Annual National Forum on Sepsis, presented by End Sepsis, The Legacy of Rory Staunton, in Washington D.C. on September 13, 2023. This forum provides a historic opportunity to consolidate recent policy gains and capitalize on the significant momentum in addressing the sepsis crisis. By instituting a national approach, we can achieve significant […]

May 17, 2023» Read more
Sepsis AI

This recent article by the American Hospital Association (AHA) delves into three groundbreaking advancements identified by the Association of American Medical Colleges. These advancements are designed to empower healthcare providers to address some of the most complex diseases, including Sepsis. We wholeheartedly agree with their findings, and we find their focus on Sepsis particularly compelling. […]

May 16, 2023» Read more