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Implementing a paediatric sepsis program in partnership with families affected by sepsis - Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Program: Implementation case study

The Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Program (QPSP) has changed how children at risk of sepsis are cared for in Queensland hospitals, and transformed how support is provided to families after an experience of childhood sepsis. Learn more about the QPSP’s initiatives including the QPSP Family Support Structure which was co-designed with consumers, and the state-wide Paediatric Sepsis Pathway and other resources for clinicians.  

This is one of three implementation case studies supporting the Sepsis Clinical Care Standard. 

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Publication year
2022
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