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Basic Material 2017
Basic material like the World Sepsis Declaration, Sepsis Factsheets and Reports as easy to use PDF.
The World Sepsis Declaration
The World Sepsis Fact Sheet
Sepsis is an emergency, the golden hour
World Sepsis Day 2015: Summary
Download ... 2017_Basics_EN.zip
#WSC16 // Promotion Material
Communication material for the 1st World Sepsis Congress / #wsc16 as screen version or ready for print.
• Poster, PDF, JPEG and PPT
• PPT Slide Template
• QR-Codes that point to the congress website
• Program, PDF
• Ready to use Key-Visual, PNG and PDF
• Promotion letter template, DOC
File size: 20 MB
License free for non-commercial use
Download ... WSC16_Toolkit_EN.zip
Corporate Material 2017
Logo, Typeface, QR codes: All material (exception: Infographics) provided by World Sepsis Day is license- and royality free, time- and media unbound, in it’s provided original version to use for all non-commercial organizations.
Logo with readme
Download ... 2017_Corporate_Material_EN.zip
Infographics as screen version or ready for print. This material is licensed under the following Creative Commons License:
The Creative Commons Attribution – Non commercial – Share Alike - Author, 3.0 Unported License.
A2 Infographics poster
Single Infographic files
List of credits
Download ... 2017_Infographics_EN.zip
Event Material 2017
Flyers, Stickers, Posters and more. All material (exception: Infographics) provided by World Sepsis Day is license- and royality free, time- and media unbound, to use for all non-commercial organizations.
Ready made Flyers, PDF and InDesign (coming soon)
Pressfolder, PDF and Illustrator (coming soon)
Sticker, PDF and InDesign
Banner, PDF and InDesign
Powerpoint templates for posters
Word template press invitation
Download ... 2017_Event_Material_EN.zip
Pink Picnic Material
Communication material ready to use to start a Pink Picnic event. Buttons and Stickers and more.
Spot Sepsis Banner
Pink Picnic Buttons
Pink Picnic Stickers
Download ... 2017_PinkPicnic_Material_EN.zip
Material for Medical Professionals
How do you spot sepsis? Sepsis symptoms and suggested treatments.
This 90x125 mm cards are easy to use. You can print them on your desktop printer or at a printing house in larger quantities for your team. Includes:
Children under five
Sepsis emergency poster
Download ... 2017_Medical_EN.zip
Material for people like you and me.
It's crucial to spot sepsis early. Sepsis is an emergency. Learn and spot the early symptoms of sepsis!
Flyer and pocketcards which can be printed at home or at your local printing house. Give them to your local Kindergarten, Nursery or to your friends and relatives. Includes:
Children under five
Flyer with basic information
Download ... 2017_LayPeople_EN.zip
World Sepsis Day 2014 Movie
WSD14: One Day – one movie on 5 continents.
See what happened around the world on 13th September 2014. Together we raise awareness about sepsis – a key to save lives.
Download ... WSD_2014_Movie.zip
File size approx. 975 MB
Watch on YouTube
97 seconds for sepsis
Sepsis awareness movie.
"97 seconds for sepsis" is a short video that highlights the very personal impact sepsis has on those who experience it. It's about loss and it’s about hope.
Download ... WSD_97_Seconds_EN.zip
File size approx. 192 MB
Watch on YouTube
Over the past year we've been collecting the questions we receive most frequently about sepsis. Please share this information with your friends and family. Don’t see your question on the list? Get in touch with us, and we’ll do our best to help.
If you, a relative, or a patient feels "severely sick", "that something is wrong", or "are not yourself", and shows any of the following symptoms, you should suspect sepsis:
How to prevent sepsis
Sepsis is always caused by an infection, most often by bacteria, but sometimes by fungi or protozoa (such as malaria). That means that preventing infection is one of the best ways to prevent sepsis.
Pat*, athelete, survived sepsis at the age of 32
My illness started on 20 May 2004. I felt great that day, but in the evening suddenly developed a fever and chills.
Life after Sepsis: an international survey
After surviving an acute phase of sepsis, a patient may continue to struggle with a long list of serious symptoms. The extent of these complications varies…
Thea* survived sepsis at the age of 7 months
Today, Thea is approaching her fourth birthday. She has an identical twin and two other young sisters.