I have nothing but good things to say about the Sepsis Alliance. As I work with hospitals in Colorado on sepsis identification and treatment, the Alliance has been most helpful in providing time and resources to assist. I never hesitate to email or call, because i know they will be right there to help. They have helped me connect with sepsis survivors, propose a state proclamation for Sepsis Awareness Month, and so much more. They are my go-to organization for resources and education.
I have been working with the Sepsis Alliance to help educate hospital staff and physicians. They have provided me with vital information for my educational goals. In May of this year, I was admitted to the hospital with sepsis - me ! The Sepsis Disease Manager ! I shared my story as a Sepsis Survivor on the Sepsis Alliance website. Just goes to show you how dangerous this condition can be ! Anyway, I fully support the Sepsis Alliance and recommend utilization of it's resources to help to impact this deadly disease ! Thank you Sepsis Alliance !
As both a nurse and a patient, I have turned to this charity for multiple reasons.
The education provided is wonderful, and the support I have received as a patient has been invaluable.
This illness will absolutely knock you down in a heartbeat. This charity lets you know you are not alone.
I'm a medical writer, and I find this organization very helpful for information. Sepsis is a condition that does not receive anywhere near enough attention.
This nonprofit organization brings awareness and education about Sepsis... which sad to say most people still to this day have never heard of... we lose more patients to sepsis now then we do certain cancers... and with increased awareness and education we could save so many lifes and even cut health care cost... but it is not easy to be heard.. i have tried to get grants to educate the hospitals i work with... and i have not recieved any support... i went to my 1st Sepsis Heroes award event in New York... and was overwhelmed with what this organization has done already... and i hope to become a volunteer and i help spread the word about sepsis, so hopefully soon it will be as well known as stroke and heart attacks are to the public..