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Winners of the 2020 Global Sepsis Awards
ARCS was awarded the GSA Award due to their network making outstanding contribution to sepsis research and capacity building across Sub-Saharan Africa. ARCS has and continues to build sustainable partnerships between research and clinical organizations, ministries of health, non-government organizations, and the commercial sector.
World Sepsis Day 2019
World Sepsis Day is held on September 13th every year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against sepsis.
Understanding sepsis in resource-constrained settings
Since 2006, Dr Shevin Jacob’s research has been focused on improving our understanding of sepsis predominantly in non-pregnant adults hospitalized in resource-constrained settings, primarily Uganda. His first study was an observational study to investigate the aetiology, clinical management, and outcomes associated with sepsis in a predominantly HIV-infected hospital population in Uganda.