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Lunch and Learn Neutropenic Sepsis

Continuing our Lunch and Learn Series, this webinar will follow a patient case study to provide practical insights into the early recognition and management of neutropenic sepsis. 

Demographically, our older and younger populations, and First Nations people have a higher risk of sepsis, and higher mortality related to sepsis. While anyone can get sepsis, some people are more at risk. 25% of oncology patients will develop sepsis, with a higher incidence of sepsis related mortality. Unfortunately, neutropenic related sepsis deaths have tripled since 2001, and continue to rise. 

We all have a part to play in the early recognition and appropriate management of sepsis. Test your knowledge and ability to apply the surviving sepsis campaign guidelines in this live and on-demand webinar presented by our Head of Education Susie Helmrich, a member of the Global Sepsis Alliance.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the epidemiology and impact of neutropenic sepsis in Australia

  • Identify early signs and symptoms of neutropenic sepsis in patients

  • Apply clinical decision-making skills to a patient case study utilising the latest treatment protocols and guidelines from the Surviving Sepsis Campaign

Course Educators
Susan Helmrich
Susan Helmrich

Susan Helmrich RN, DipAppScNsg, BN, CritCareCert, CoronaryCareCert, TraumaNsgCareCert, CertIV(TAE), MN(Ed), GradCert(Ldrshp & Mgt) has extensive experience ...


Live Webinar

Tuesday 30 July 2024

30/07/2024 1:00 pm (Sydney time)


Duration: 1 hour

1 hour CPD - Educational Activity

Educational Activities: 1 hours

Areas Of Interest: Critical Care, Emergencies, Oncology


Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Paramedics


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