Introducing 'The Connecting Care Podcast'
The Connecting Care Podcast is a channel to exchange and share experiences across EMEA, created by Baxter Front Line Care. The Connecting Care Podcast has been designed primarily to provide insights on patient deterioration and sepsis by healthcare professionals across the region.
Listen to stories from a range of Healthcare Professionals about how practices are impacted and shaped every day.
Episode 1 - Connecting Care and the Global Burden of Sepsis with Dr Ron Daniels
In our opening episode, we talk with Dr Ron Daniels - Global leader in sepsis, Chief Executive Director of the UK Sepsis Trust and a Vice President of the Global Sepsis Alliance. Dr Daniels shares an update on the current statistics around Sepsis as well as the danger signs of Sepsis. We discuss the International Guidelines and how Dr Daniels feels they be implemented in practice. Dr Daniels provides information on tools and education that is available for those who wish to know more about Sepsis.
Episode 2 - Connecting Care and Surviving Sepsis with John McCarthy
In this episode, we hear from John McCarthy who shares with us the story of his battle with Sepsis; including the symptoms he experienced, his journey to recovery and how he is now spending his time to improve awareness of Sepsis, including sharing information on the 'six signs of Sepsis'.
Early Detection of the Adult Deteriorating Patient and Sepsis, Improving Outcomes Together
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The earlier detection of deterioration and sepsis can lead to improved patient outcomes. There are challenges to implement early detection in the acute hospital, join us to find out more on:
- The epidemiology and burden of patient deterioration and sepsis
- The existing tools for deterioration and sepsis detection
- The implementation of early detection:how it’s possible, despite challenges, and how it improves outcomes
- The current trends for digital medical technology and how it will look like in the future
- The connected workflow: what it looks like and how it can help
Approx 1 hour 45 mins