This high-quality Sepsis e-learning programme helps healthcare professionals to spot the early signs of sepsis, provide timely treatment and, ultimately save lives.

The programme is suitable for a very wide range of healthcare professionals, including general practitioners, hospital doctors, nurses, community midwives and paramedics.    
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Sepsis training programme

The Sepsis training programme modules cover a very broad range of themes, from sepsis in children through to the elderly, and complex issues such as maternity and neutropenia. Written by leading clinical experts, the programme has been developed with several Royal Colleges and professional bodies in the UK. So, it meets the highest quality and training standards. The Sepsis e-learning programme is packed with images, videos, animations and questions to help bring the subject matter to life and foster deeper understanding on the key themes involved. Improving your diagnosis of sepsis You can review clinical data and medical histories for patients using case studies – and build your confidence and skills in diagnosing the condition. You can also watch interviews with the parents of children affected by sepsis – helping you to put the learning into a real-world context. This is an invaluable learning resource that will help you play your part in improving the diagnoses of sepsis and positive outcomes for patients.

Course Content

The programme is arranged into three discrete modules: Sepsis in Primary Care:
  • Overview of Sepsis
  • Adult Sepsis
  • Childhood Sepsis
  • Complex Sepsis Issues and Future Developments
  • Sepsis, Care Homes and the Frail Elderly
Sepsis in Secondary Care:
  • Definitions of Sepsis
  • Assessment and Differential Diagnosis of Sepsis
  • Management of the Septic Patient
  • Pathophysiology of Sepsis and Multiple Organ Failure
  • Pathophysiology of Sepsis
  • Managing Sepsis
Sepsis in Paediatrics: This case-based module is aimed at supporting clinicians in the recognition and treatment of sepsis in children and involves the stories of three children, their assessment, experiences and treatment. The learning sessions include the general principles for the safe assessment of a sick child, components of the consultation and assessment, specific factors to be considered in primary and secondary care settings, and interpretation of investigations amongst others. The training is supported by a course summary sheet and a workbook that can contribute to a learner’s continuous professional development (CPD). For institutional purchase or bulk licences of our online medical courses, please contact us