Sepsis is the body’s extreme response to an infection. Without timely treatment, sepsis can rapidly lead to tissue damage, organ failure and death. According to the CDC, over 1.5 million people in the US get sepsis and about 250,000 die from it each year. It is also a leading cause for hospital readmissions, yet 80% of sepsis cases originate outside of the hospital.
Sepsis Awareness Training
Our community-based provider training supports early recognition, treatment, and prevention strategies. We provide instructions on how to use the toolkit and resources for educating your team.
What is included in the training?
We provide everything you will need to host clinical and nonclinical trainings in your group, including a guide, presentations, and resources. If you have questions, feedback, or additional needs, please contact us.
Communications of Care Team, Healthcentric Advisors
Sepsis Tools and Resources
- Maine Training Presentation – Clinical
- Maine Training Presentation – Non-Clinical
- Massachusetts Training Presentation – Clinical
- Massachusetts Training Presentation – Non-Clinical
- Sepsis Awareness Training Toolkit Guide
- Learning Assessment – Clinical
- Learning Assessment – Non-Clinical
- Learning Assessment Tally – Clinical
- Learning Assessment Tally – Non-Clinical
- Sepsis Training Announcement Poster
- Sepsis Awareness Initiative Staff Sign-In Sheet
- Program Evaluation Tool
- Sepsis Awareness Trifold Brochure
- Sepsis Stoplight Zone Tool – Portuguese
- Sepsis Stoplight Zone Tool – Spanish
- Sepsis Stoplight Zone Tool – English
- Sepsis Fact Sheet
- Sepsis and Aging Fact Sheet
- Think Sepsis Reference Poster
- Early Identification and Treatment Pathway
- SBAR Tool for Sepsis
- Stop and Watch
- Life After Sepsis Fact Sheet