Lecture Overview

This short and sharp refresher is a fantastic overview and update on the topic of sepsis, and will remind you why early recognition is so important. Using stories and anecdotes from her clinical practice, Alexandra Gillian will highlight how a simple infection and some vague symptoms can lead to life-threatening admissions to ICU.

Educators

Alexandra Gillian

Alexandra Gillian has been a Registered Nurse for 29 years and an emergency ambulance paramedic for 13 years, with intensive care qualifications in both fields. She has also obtained a cert IV in training and assessment. As director of, and principal trainer for, Confident First Aid Management Pty Ltd, her extensive experience in acute care settings has laid solid foundations for her delivery of accredited first aid and mental health first aid training conducted nationwide. In addition, she draws on her extensive general and specialised clinical experience when providing workshops and seminars. Alexandra is an engaging presenter with a passion for empowering colleagues to deliver the safest, most appropriate, patient-focused care.

Reviews

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39 Total Rating(s)

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Angelique Zaccari
27 Nov 2018

Excellent

Sue Heath
21 Nov 2018

Excellent, informative lecture.

Sarah Doolan
20 Nov 2018

Really useful information and a great refresher. The presenter was an excellent communicator.

Zoe Robins
12 Nov 2018

Very interesting and helpful lecture.

Kriebel felicja
06 Nov 2018

Insightful

Grace Louise Holland
04 Nov 2018

It was very informative and easy to listen too. The lecturer was engaging and knowledgeable in her context

Zoe hanna
14 Oct 2018

Interesting and valuable

Lesley Hoye
03 Oct 2018

Excellent

Nicole Carmody
18 Sep 2018

Excellent talk.I palyed this for staff on the surgical ward as tomorrow is World Sepsis day.

Christina MacIntyre
12 Sep 2018

Succinct and informative, relevant to any clinician working today.

Judy Lindsay
23 Aug 2018

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Jo-Liene bell
21 Aug 2018

topic was useful with tips recently warning signs

Beverly Salt
17 Aug 2018

excellent

Julie Hallett
15 Aug 2018

Really good presentation

Michelle Cashman
12 Aug 2018

I would recommend this education to other health professionals:

Judy Richmond
31 Jul 2018

This was a very engaging & informative lecture with pertinent course content that any medical professional would benefit from watching.

Leah Evans, RN
27 Jul 2018

Has reinforced my knowledge

Edgardo boncales
24 Jul 2018

this was great, I have a better understanding of why we do the complete observations on a resident.

Frances Mead
23 Jul 2018

It was good to hear the importance of ceftriaxone not being compatible with csl Also the importance of the elderly having a cold sepsis rather than a hot one

Jessica Bauer
22 Jul 2018

This resource was very helpful in enhancing my knowledge on sepsis and enhanced my knowledge on the pathophysiology.

Ethan Grant
20 Jul 2018

This is a wonderful presentation. Clear and helpful for detecting early warning signs. Just has reinforce my education on Sepsis.

Elizabeth cronk
20 Jul 2018

Good review of sepsis situations.

Kim Ngan Do
19 Jul 2018

Some very useful tips on monitoring septic patient

Andrea Stephens
18 Jul 2018

Unassuming but imparted an enormous amount of knowledge in a short time.

Neil Mcintyre
17 Jul 2018

Informative and well presented.

Melinda Fitzpatrick
16 Jul 2018

Excellent presentation, I felt like I was in the lecture physically.

Anne Keogh-Jones
16 Jul 2018

This was an absolutely fantastic resource and so well presented and so appropriate. Thank you!

Susan Dixon
15 Jul 2018

interesting lecture

Ang Tian Cheng Sky
15 Jul 2018

good and helpful

Jayne andrea Postill
15 Jul 2018

fantastic overall view .. a brilliant summary of what to find and what not to do , dont be too complacent with any patient

Jayne andrea Postill
15 Jul 2018

Well presented

Christine Hoare
15 Jul 2018

This presentation is a good summary of the knowledge of sepsis.

Jenna He
14 Jul 2018

Great reminder to always keep an eye on your patient and 'don't trust anyone'.

Pam Stuart-hensley
14 Jul 2018

Very informative, very practical

Jola George
14 Jul 2018

short and simple but had adequate information to improve my practice

polmar dayal
13 Jul 2018

Excellent overview

Tanya Volzke
13 Jul 2018

Very educational and practical

Margaret Jack
12 Jul 2018

Excellent and relevant.

Sue Engberg
12 Jul 2018

Excellent!

Pamela Boyd
12 Jul 2018

Worthwhile

Carolyn Hawthorn
11 Jul 2018

This was really informative lecture ful of useful information.

Anne Johnston
10 Jul 2018

Amazing thanks so much

Briana wade
10 Jul 2018

Detailed information and interesting

Stewart morris
10 Jul 2018

Very informative talk .. enjoyed it

Carmen Houston
09 Jul 2018

Very well presented - I am so glad I watched this today it may help me save lives/educate others in future. Thank you!

shea Hine
07 Jul 2018

very informative. well spoken

Terrie Edwards
07 Jul 2018