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Sepsis & Meningitis

Sepsis & Meningitis

Welcome to the Understanding Sepsis E-learning Course.

Sepsis, also known as septicemia or blood poisoning, is a potentially life-threatening condition where an infection spreads into the bloodstream. In the UK today, sepsis kills 52,000 people every year, making it one of the UK's most prominent killers.

The biggest challenge in sepsis is early recognition. The signs and symptoms are easy to mistake for less severe conditions.

Specifically designed for caregivers, first aiders, first aid trainers, parents, teachers, healthcare assistants or relatives, this fully interactive e-learning course will provide you with all of the essential information on sepsis, including what causes sepsis, signs and symptoms of sepsis in children & adults, treatment of sepsis, plus much more. You can complete this course on any device and as it is completely self-paced, you can decide how fast or slow your training goes.

This Course is for you if:
- You worry if a family member suffers from sepsis and not educated on how severe sepsis is
- To gain more knowledge about sepsis
- You are worried about someone and you do not want symptoms to develop into anything more life threatening
- To gain an insight of the severity of sepsis

What is included:
- One hour of course content with videos and PowerPoint
- Further links for further reading
- Certificate of attendance
- Contact support via email

£ 24.97
24.97 GBP £ 24.97
£ 24.97
Responsible Heather Bird
Last Update 25/09/2020
Completion Time 35 minutes
Members 8
  • Welcome to the Course
    • Course Content
  • What Causes Meningitis
    • What are the Causes of Meningitis
    • How Does Meningitis Spreads
  • What Causes Sepsis
    • causes of sepsis 1
    • What is Sepsis - Recap
  • Signs and Symptoms of Meningitis and Sepsis
    • Recognition of Meningitis
    • Signs & Symptoms of Meningitis That Should Never Be Ignored
    • Recognition of sepsis
    • Signs and symptoms of sepsis - Recap
  • Treatment of Sepsis and Meningitis
    • Treatment of Meningitis and Sepsis
  • Let's Recap
    • Lets recap
    • Quiz Assessment
  • Next Steps
    • What is next?
    • We appreciate your feedback