Advocacy

Below is a selection of sepsis advocacy organizations. In the U.S., Sepsis Alliance, The Sepsis Institute and the Rory Staunton Foundation. In Europe, the Global Sepsis Alliance, The Sepsis Trust and Sepsis Stiftung. These all offer valuable resources, including educational materials, support services, fundraising, events and much more.

Sepsis Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising sepsis awareness by educating patients, families, and healthcare professionals. Sepsis Alliance is a resource for information including videos, graphics, and fact-sheets.

The Sepsis Institute is an online learning platform that provides healthcare professionals with education and training to improve sepsis diagnosis and outcomes.

The Global Sepsis Alliance is a non-profit organization founded in 2010 with the mission of providing global leadership to raise awareness for sepsis and reduce sepsis deaths worldwide.

The Rory Staunton Foundation for Sepsis Prevention is a non-profit organization established in 2012. Its mission is to reduce the number of sepsis-caused deaths by raising public awareness. Initiatives include education and awareness programs to promote faster sepsis diagnosis and effective treatment for children and young adults.

Sepsis Awareness Month

Our team at Immunexpress is dedicated to bringing rapid sepsis diagnostics to market quickly. We hope to do our part to bring awareness to this devastating disease, especially during Sepsis Awareness Month (September 2020).

The Immunexpress team has been actively fundraising for the Sepsis Superhero Challenge, which you can support by visiting our fundraising page to donate.

Pediatric Sepsis Week

During Pediatric Sepsis Week (April 19-25, 2020), Immunexpress downloaded and distributed “The Bug” coloring sheets from the Sepsis Alliance. Our children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews enjoyed themselves coloring and learned about infections during “Stay At Home” time.

Surviving Sepsis: Beth’s Story

The heart breaking, yet ultimately inspiring, story of a sepsis survivor, Beth Parrish, with commentary from Dr. Roy Davis, Chief Medical Officer at Immunexpress, via KTVA News (September 14, 2019).