The award-winning Suspicion of Sepsis Insights Dashboard, enables NHS staff to improve patient care and reduces potential harm by – for the first time ever – providing consistent, accurate and reliable data on sepsis outcomes.

It was created by Imperial College Health Partners (ICHP), through the Patient Safety Collaborative (PSC), with NHS Improvement’s Patient Safety Measurement Unit (PSMU) and NHS England.

Our dashboard describes emergency admissions with infection that can cause sepsis. It is based on a validated set of 200 ICD10 codes that can be used to create reports from NHS administrative data.

As well as the dashboard we have created numerous information and training resources to allow healthcare professionals to better understand both the tool and sepsis. Explore more below.

Suspicion of Sepsis Insights Dashboard

Explore our webinar series

Webinar - Taking the dashboard into the future

Programme Director Kenny Ajayi and Head of Data and Analytics Julia Wilkins look at the next steps for the Suspicion of Sepsis Dashboard and how it can continue to provide vital insights for healthcare professionals.

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Webinar - Driving sustainable quality improvement

Programme Director Kenny Ajayi is joined by Wessex Patient Safety Collaborative Programme Manager Geoff Cooper to take a deep dive into the SOS Dashboard and look at how it can be used to drive sustainable quality improvement.

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Webinar - One year on

In this webinar Programme Director Kenny Ajayi, Head of Data and Analytics Julia Wilkins and Communications and Engagement Lead Katie Harrison look at the impact the SOS Dashboard has had in its first year, and what we can expect for its second.

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Webinar - SOS at a regional level

Programme Director Kenny Ajayi and Head of Data and Analytics Julia Wilkins are joined by Deputy Director (Clinical Effectiveness) of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Tony Roberts to discuss how the SOS Dashboard can provide valuable insights at a local level.

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