Register for The Sepsis Institute!

There are currently 5,115 learners earning over 5,200 CE credits and learning best practices in sepsis recognition, treatment, and care. Create an account here to start your journey to excellence in sepsis care.

 
 
 
 

News and Announcements

COVID-19 Webinars Available!

Do you need information about identifying sepsis in critically ill COVID-19 patients? View the webinars below to get the info you need to help your patients. CE credits available for registered nurses.

COVID-19 and Sepsis

COVID-19, Sepsis, and Home Health Care

Mobilizing Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Live Webinar: 5/28/20 - COVID-19: Current Treatment Guidelines

More Coming Soon!​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

My Courses

Please login or create an account to view your activities.

Continuing Education Course Library

Title Credit
The Blind Spot of Antibiotic Stewardship: Antibiotic Overuse at Discharge
    • 1.60 RN CE Contact Hours
    • 1.25 Participation
Unlocking the Potential of AI in Sepsis Care
    • 1.60 RN CE Contact Hours
    • 1.25 Participation
Communicating with Sepsis Patients: A Survivor's Story
    • 1.60 RN CE Contact Hours
    • 1.25 Participation
Increasing Clinician Buy-in to Improve Sepsis Care
    • 1.50 RN CE Contact Hours
    • 1.25 Participation
Sepsis: Common, Lethal, and Unrecognized
    • 1.70 RN CE Contact Hours
    • 1.25 Participation

Pages

Resources

Sepsis Alliance Resources

Find patient education resources, learn about community events, shop for sepsis handouts, and see the latest news from Sepsis Alliance.

Sepsis Coordinator Network

Join your peers to access sepsis care resources, like downloadable screening tools and progress notes, plus participate in best-practice discussions on the community forum.

Our Mission

To create and deliver expert content for the healthcare community on the prevention, recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of sepsis across the continuum of care.

The Sepsis Institute seeks to enhance the skills, strategies, and performance of members of the healthcare community in diagnosing and treating sepsis.