Third Sepsis Summit

Opening AddressDr Aine Carroll, National Director, Clinical Strategy and Programmes Division
Welcome & Official launch Sepsis Elearning programmeMr Simon Harris, Minister for Health
Teaching Sepsis in the 21st CenturyDr Dara Byrne, SIMWEST Galway University Hospital
Implementation and roll out of National clinical Guideline No 6: Sepsis Management at RoscommonMs Anne Scahill, Resuscitation Officer, Ms Catriona Rayner, Clinical Nurse Manager Roscommon University Hospital
Patient ExperienceMs Bernadette O’Reilly
Neutropenia sepsisMs Mary Kelly, ANP Haematology, Tullamore
The challenges for SIRs & Sepsis data capture and reporting in ICD-10-AM in HIPEMs Deirdre Murphy – Health Pricing Office
Local Initiatives in Cavan Emergency Dept.Mr Ashraf Butt, Consultant Emergency Department, Cavan Hospital
Implementation of the National Sepsis Pathway in an Emergency Department; revisiting the Multidisciplinary Approach in University Hospital Kerry.Ms Grainne Rohan, EWS/Sepsis lead. Ms Deirdre Hartnett, Staff Nurse ED, Doctor of Nursing Candidate - UCC, Kerry General Hospital
Tap the Taz.Ms Liz Casey, Resus/EWS training officer, Castlebar,Mayo
Beacon Hospital Sepsis Management Implementation Journey.                                                                                        Ms Catherine Garry PhD, Quality Data Analyst, Beacon Hospital
Pathway Granularity and Solutions to Barriers to Sepsis diagnosis and treatment. Ms Deirdre Feehely, Ms Anne O’Callaghan, Ms Rachel Hardcastle, Dr Roxanna Mihu. Cork University Hospital Ward

Sepsis - Australia

Dr Amith Shetty MBBS, FACEM (PhD)

Honorary research fellow, NHMRC centre for research excellence in critical infection Westmead Institute for Medical research Staff Specialist, Westmead Hospital Emergency dept. Sydney New South Wales, Australia
8 years on – Quality improvements in the recognition and treatment of Sepsis at the Maternity Unit.Ms Mary Rowland, Practice Development Co-ordinator, OLOLH Drogheda
Re-audit of sepsis care pathway in patients  in the Tallaght Hospital emergency department.Mr Robert Cannon, Staff Nurse, Emergency Dept AMNCH
Sepsis - Emergency Presentations and Supporting Interventions and Strategies.

Ms Sarah Watkins, PhD Candidate

Nurse Researcher, University Hospital Limerick.
The PIL study – Pyrexia in Labour and within four hours of delivery: risk factors, diagnostic criteria, and infection outcomes. Mr David Fitzgerald, Anti- microbial pharmacist, Holles street
 Panel Discussion
AwardsDr Vida Hamilton, National Sepsis Lead