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As part of our initiative to end deaths from sepsis for new moms and pregnant women, we’ve created a new public service announcement! It includes the information you need to know about maternal sepsis – in under two minutes! We invite you to view and share our PSA here – it could save your life […]

July 1, 2021» Read more

On June 9th, 2021, END SEPSIS, the New York State Department of Health and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) presented a webinar focused on methods used and major findings from the NYSDOH analyses. In addition, speakers from ACOG discussed relevant bundles and recognition and treatment for this population. Visit our NYS Data […]

May 28, 2021» Read more

In 2018, END SEPSIS developed a K-12 educational curriculum to educate young people about sepsis. The curriculum covers infection prevention, the science and symptoms of sepsis and how to advocate for improved public health policies; it is downloadable from the END SEPSIS website and from the AFT’s Share My Lesson platform.

April 21, 2021» Read more

Part of me believes he was otherworldly. A boy so kind, so wonderful, with a heart that cared for others more than I’ve ever witnessed, did not belong in a world so cruel-in a world that did him so wrong. But he loved this world. He loved what this world had to offer. The airplanes […]

April 5, 2021» Read more

Most people don’t know that 25% of all sepsis cases stem from infections of the urinary tract. Urinary Tract Infections–or UTIs–are a common bacterial infection that most frequently affects women. In fact, 50-60% of women will develop a UTI in their lifetime, compared to 12% of men. Moreover, by age 24, one in three women […]

March 30, 2021» Read more