Mar 052014
 
Andrew Cooper

Andrew Cooper

Meet Chris Hancock. He’s passionate about helping colleagues in NHS Wales to identify and treat sepsis. He wants to see as many lives as possible saved from a condition that kills more people than breast cancer, prostate cancer and HIV/AIDS combined.

Last year, Chris added Twitter and blogging to his skill set to help him in his work. And since then, he’s joined – and started – conversations about sepsis with individuals and organisations in Wales, across the UK and around the world.

Those conversations have informed and shaped his thinking on the subject. They have enabled him to tap into the latest national and international research, build strategic relationships – as well as share the ground-breaking work colleagues in Wales are leading to address the challenge of this deadly condition. Continue reading »

Nov 282013
 

Some thoughts from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Sepsis

Chris Hancock

Chris Hancock

To Westminster again. Although not, this time, by bike. And without Boris Johnson to meet us. Instead I was privileged to be representing the National Outreach Forum in Wales at the inaugural meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Sepsis. Continue reading »