Health E-Learning and Media (HELM) Team
   
   
  

Free Sepsis e-learning package

A new e-learning package, ‘Sepsis and Sepsis Six’ has been developed jointly by James Henderson (HELM, School of Health Sciences), Gill Langmack (School of Health Sciences) and Anna Davis (NUH) as a collaboration between The University of Nottingham’s School of Health Sciences and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. 

Sepsis and Sepsis Six – link to e-learning package 

The e-learning package explores the issues involved for the patient who is admitted with sepsis so learners can: 

  • define sepsis;
  • understand the physiological effects of sepsis;
  • recognise a septic patient;
  • describe the treatment of a septic patient. 

The team presented the resource at the ‘Lets Beat Sepsis’ conference at the University of Hertfordshire on 5 July and have also co-authored an article “Development of an e-learning package for sepsis care” for the British Journal of Nursing (BJN).

Anna Davis
Deputy Sister, Medical High Dependency Unit, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham

James Henderson
Learning Technologist, Health E-Learning and Media team, School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham

Gill Langmack
Assistant Professor, School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham

Posted on Thursday 7th July 2016

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