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Our World Sepsis Day Webinar was a great success! Nearly 500 women’s healthcare providers, including clinicians. nurses, midwives and doulas, registered to hear from our expert panel of speakers. They discussed new data on the urgent problem of maternal sepsis and the role and best practices of each healthcare discipline in reducing instances of the […]

September 15, 2021» Read more
Sepsis Awareness Months

September 1st marks the beginning of Sepsis Awareness Month. We ask that this month you talk to someone about sepsis. Tell them your story or a story about sepsis that affected you–or share what you know about keeping your loved ones safe from sepsis. My story is the story of my beautiful healthy son Rory […]

September 1, 2021» Read more
Stella Saves Lives

We are delighted to announce a very special collaboration. END SEPSIS has teamed with Stella Saves Lives to produce a series of social media campaigns. The first will launch next week! Stella Saves Lives was founded following the death of Stella Kay Hall on the 22nd of March, 2018. She was just eight months old. […]

August 11, 2021» Read more

“That proven solutions to this crisis exist and are not being implemented is unconscionable. We call on the medical and public health community to step up and meet this challenge.” At END SEPSIS, we remain committed to seeing evidence-based sepsis protocols implemented in every hospital in the United States and beyond. As the leading sepsis advocacy […]

July 22, 2021» Read more
Wall Street Journal

Laura Kusisto, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, recounts her terrifying battle with maternal sepsis in the days after giving birth to her son: “There were so many strange things going on with my body after giving birth that I missed this warning sign…. …The night I was admitted to the hospital, when I […]

July 8, 2021» Read more