Lecture Overview

Brief

What does your lounge room couch have to do with the critical state of sepsis? Join Sue de Muelenaere for this frank and easy-to-understand overview of sepsis, and learn how your sofa can help you recognise the early symptoms of deterioration in a patient with sepsis. Ask yourself: would you be able to stop the infection before it progresses to sepsis?

Educators

Sue de Muelenaere

Sue de Muelenaere is a Registered Nurse with 15 years’ experience as a nurse educator. Sue completed a five-year bachelor of nursing degree in South Africa, which included training in psychiatric and community nursing and midwifery. Since then, Sue has worked extensively in the intensive care environment, during which she has presented various courses, including an honour’s degree, a diploma in intensive care, and various short cardiac and ECG courses. Sue also holds an honour’s degree in advanced nursing science (intensive care nursing) and diplomas in nursing education and nursing administration. She was the education manager in a specialised heart hospital where she was responsible for the education of all hospital staff, including non-nursing staff members. Sue is passionate about teaching. She maintains a special interest in all aspects of nursing the critically ill patient.

Reviews

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81 Total Rating(s)

Good learning

Junie Grace Magsipoc
19 Nov 2018

Very informative and an in-depth knowledge was presented

Sheldon George
16 Nov 2018

Very helpful. Everybody should listen to these lectures on sepsis.

Kriebel felicja
06 Nov 2018

Informative

Sue Heath
16 Oct 2018

yes its always important to have a refresher on this subject

Frances Mead
01 Aug 2018

Excellent and very well presented.

Melinda Fitzpatrick
16 Jul 2018

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Kathryn morey
03 Jul 2018

Very interesting and easy to follow.

Harriet Travers
14 Jun 2018

engaging

Travis McAndrew
12 Jun 2018

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Lisa Stinchcombe
11 Jun 2018

Very useful lecture, easy to remember steps created by speaker to assist in learning

Hannah Charles
06 Jun 2018

Thank you

Theresa Diane Johnson
04 Jun 2018

Excellent update on assessment and management os sepsis.

Annette richards
02 Jun 2018

Very Informative

Kirsty walsh
01 Jun 2018

Informative

Mark James
30 May 2018

excellent lecture

Sandra Lawrie
30 May 2018

Great, quick preaentation

Elizabeth Uhlmann
30 May 2018

Very interesting; clear and easy to follow.

Jane Sharp
29 May 2018

I work around patients with sepsis all the time and still feel like I learned from this - definitely worth watching for all nurses.

Jessica Sharpe
26 May 2018

Interesting information particularly about oxygen and lactate

Marcelle White
26 May 2018

Lecture was educational

Georgia Jones
24 May 2018

Fantastic resource. Recommend to all nurses, very experienced to new nurses.

annabel jane rogers
24 May 2018

Very informative, and presented in a way that I will be able to remember.

annabel jane rogers
24 May 2018

Outstanding education source which is relevant to my practice

Nathan Whinney
23 May 2018

incredible

Werner Cossid
22 May 2018

Excellent

Kim Sharkey
22 May 2018

Very informative, clear, relevant.

Linda Walker
20 May 2018

An informative talk

Mary Rothery
19 May 2018

Beneficial

Kahondo Mutsa
19 May 2018

Very helpful lecture

Charmain Hatch
18 May 2018

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Alex Cooper
17 May 2018

Lecturer was easy to listen to and explain all the reasons as to why we need to do th Bags in a time critical manner

Elizabeth Sternes
17 May 2018

Awesome lecture that every nurse should watch.

Debbie Auld
17 May 2018

Thorough lecture

Katherine Bartle
17 May 2018

Good

Geetha Rani Ammini
16 May 2018

Very good

denise richards
15 May 2018

I found this session very informative

Melissa Weatherley
15 May 2018

A wonderful presentation

Michele shanahan
14 May 2018

The educator was engaging and knowledgeable. I would surely recommend this education to other health professionals.

Divina Evangelista
11 May 2018

Well presented and good information

Kim Buckpitt
08 May 2018

Good educational video.

Mabel Cifuentes
08 May 2018

An excellent version of how to make a quick identification of possible sepsis

Jennifer Ryan
08 May 2018

Very informative

Paola Janine Elizabette Maagad Arandil
08 May 2018

I found this to be very informative and the educator was easy to understand

Allana Mackinnon
03 May 2018

I found this to be very informative.

Sandra Nowell
03 May 2018

Very informative session. Practical knowledge gained.

JACINTA KRITIKOS
02 May 2018

It is excellent learning module.

Rani Amarpreet Kaur
02 May 2018

Engaging and thought provoking lecture given in a logical, easy to follow format.

Jane Guerin
01 May 2018

Very interesting.

MARIAME ANDERSON
01 May 2018

Thoroughly enjoyed, excellent content and well presented

Kristy Nivison
01 May 2018

The lecture was very good

Dorothy Bardoutsos
01 May 2018

Very knowledgeable

Ruth Fisher
30 Apr 2018

Very knowledgeable and excellent presentation.

Debbie Danieluk
29 Apr 2018

It was such a good lecture. I particularly like seeing the sepsis 6 in short form.

Bronwyn chappel
29 Apr 2018

Excellent lecture, very informative

Jessica Clissold
29 Apr 2018

I found this educator very informative and knowledgeable. This was a great lecture. Thanks.

jennifer Brown
28 Apr 2018

Great!

Shannon Fox
27 Apr 2018

Good

Susan Mayne
25 Apr 2018

very informative

cathleen Farewell
25 Apr 2018

Informative and clear presentation

Jessica Tait
25 Apr 2018

A well-explained clinical concept and an excellent presentation! Thank you!

Jenna He
25 Apr 2018

thanks :)

Carly Harris
23 Apr 2018

Great content

Jyotsna Pradhan
23 Apr 2018

Helpful

Mark canning
22 Apr 2018

Great webinar

Jhoanna de Castro
22 Apr 2018

Informative and relevant

Blue Stockmann
21 Apr 2018

great - good refresher

Julie Shakespeare
20 Apr 2018

Very informative.

Dawn Shannon
19 Apr 2018

Excellent sessions, very knowledgable present. Easy presenting manner.

Trisha Eisenhuth
19 Apr 2018

the educator was excellent

Wendy Boehringer
19 Apr 2018

Educator is on top of her subject, was very informative with clear new evidince based practice taught.

Andreas Waltmann
18 Apr 2018

very well present and veryinformative a lot of new information learnt and will be able to take this inforn=mation back to my work place

Patricia McNeill
18 Apr 2018

Well presented and very informative a lot of new information learnt will be able to use new information

Patricia McNeill
18 Apr 2018

Very informative. Clearly explained.

Dianne Joy Beamish
18 Apr 2018

very concise and clear presentation and very informative too.

Orlando Marquinez
18 Apr 2018

Very interesting and relatively easy to follow.

Dianne Joy Beamish
18 Apr 2018

Well presented and very interesting topic

Elizabeth Anne Taylor
17 Apr 2018

Very informative and well presented

siobhan sheehan
16 Apr 2018

Very useful information, especially about use of Ringers Lactate, and lactate readings.

donna yeo
16 Apr 2018

Very interesting topic. I was vague on kknowledge of sepsis and its time critical management

Jacqueline Pirouet
15 Apr 2018

Lots of information to take in but important

Nicole Ferreira
15 Apr 2018

very interesting

Nicole Ferreira
15 Apr 2018

the educator was engaging

Ingrid Slattery
15 Apr 2018

Fantastic session.

Evelyn McDonald
14 Apr 2018

Excellent presentation. I learnt a lot that I can apply to my work.

Evelyn McDonald
14 Apr 2018

Very well presented

Eileen Mckeown
14 Apr 2018

A very thorough lecturer. Well presented.

Sarah Moore
14 Apr 2018

I have improved my knowledge of sepsis and ways in treating sepsis by watching this lecture.

Jacqueline Mary Fiteni
14 Apr 2018

Great resource.

Brooke Hutchinson
14 Apr 2018

Very Informative!

Cecilia Jose
13 Apr 2018

Very helpful resources.

Nida Deligero Lagunay
13 Apr 2018

Great

Lauren Marriott
13 Apr 2018

Very interesting and informative.

Susan Mitchell
13 Apr 2018

a full understanding and knowledge of this topic is very crucial for nurses in order to save patient's life. very precise and well presented

Maria Josefina Noviza
13 Apr 2018

Well presented and interesting

Sophie Davis
12 Apr 2018

a very helpful resources.

Nida Deligero Lagunay
12 Apr 2018

Very informative and interesting presentation.

Dorcas Bennett-Lartey
12 Apr 2018

Valuable information

Michelle Gardoll
12 Apr 2018

It reinforced knowledge already obtained

Michelle Peacock
12 Apr 2018

Really good and informative

Simon Elmaleh
12 Apr 2018

Valuable talk for all nurses for identifying and management of Sepsis

Kenneth Andrews
11 Apr 2018

Excellent

Oliver Fittock
11 Apr 2018

This was an excellent presentation. I would like to learn more so that I am able to provide a patient with the best care by being able to identify when a patient's health is declining to the point of suspecting sepsis. Immediate intervention is crucial for their survival.

Judy Berry
11 Apr 2018

Well presented. Very valuable information. Thank you.

Judy Berry
11 Apr 2018

Excellent easy to understand

Sue petitt
11 Apr 2018

Very informative

Chetna Sharma
11 Apr 2018

Good information

Maria Serggia Vip Espina Cutaran
11 Apr 2018

Very informative and easy to understand.

Margaretha van de Reyt
11 Apr 2018

excellent !!!!!

daniel kan
11 Apr 2018

Very good and easy to understand.

Maree Findlay
11 Apr 2018