Sepsis learning and assessment
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From: Paul Huggan
Dear Waikato Institute of Technology,
Sepsis is a life-threatening organ dysfunction due to a dysregulated immune response to infection. It is an important health issue in New Zealand, with a higher incidence in Maaori and Pacific populations, and with rates driven by underlying community morbidity.
In your undergraduate health programmes, what formal teaching, learning and assessment activities specifically address the recognition, escalation and early management of sepsis in adults, pregnant/post-natal women and children?
Please provide all curriculum documents and formal teaching modules that specifically address sepsis in your medicine, nursing and pharmacy programmes. If learning about sepsis occurs within modules on individual infections or syndromes, please specify learning outcomes within these modules that address recognition and escalation of sepsis/critical illness.
New Zealand Sepsis Trust
Waikato Institute of Technology
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