Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'awareness'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Welcome to The UK Sepsis Trust Forum
    • Why We Are Here
    • Register Now
    • Shop!
    • How To Use and How We Can Help
  • Help, Advice and Information
    • Registered Members Area
    • Sepsis In The Media
    • Supporting Awareness
    • Masterclasses
    • General Information, Stories & Support
    • Bereavement
    • Sepsis Survivors

Categories

  • Information
  • Messages of Thanks
  • Cycle4Sepsis

Product Groups

  • Gift Items
  • Wrist Bands & Other Items
  • Jewellery
  • Clothing
  • Support Material
  • Donations
  • Adam's poem
  • Posters

Blogs

  • Sepsis Trust UK - Blog Link
  • Sepsis Forum's Blog
  • #Cycle4Sepsis
  • Team Sollis - Cycle4Sepsis16

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Twitter


Interests


Twitter Feed - @

Found 6 results

  1. Another year on and another push to raise awareness across the UK - and across the World My amazing son, some of his best friends and many other dedicated supporters are again riding #C4S17 this year to raise awareness for The UK Sepsis Trust. So much has happened since #C4S16 and the public news feeds and social media platforms show what a life saving difference the charity have made in the last 12 months alone. This year's event takes place on 2nd and 3rd September 2017 and this will be the 4th year the guys and girls have dedicated their time to getting road fit and cycle ready for the big weekend. All my hats are off to them and I feel humbled by their support. The route this year will be Midlands based with the finale in central Birmingham on Sunday 3rd. More details of the route will be posted soon - watch out for a route twist this year!! Please support the team and the charity. There are lots of events and riders so if you want to support TeamSollis17 - and who wouldn't - then you can go straight to their JustGiving page and donate via the site or via text Thanks for your support - come and join us on Sunday 3rd and along with me, shake their hand and thank them from the bottom of our hearts for an amazing job well done. Mark Sollis (Father, Husband and Friend to many - saved by "Awareness" in 2008) C4S16 There are many events throughout the year, which help The UK Sepsis Trust raise awareness of this condition.So many lives have been saved because the public and professional leaders in the industry are now more aware and understand the signs and symptoms of Sepsis. Fortunately I survived through great medical care but there is still a lot to do If you are running an event or taking part in #C4S17, then post the details here on the Forum and let everyone know what you are doing - and why.
  2. Link to my radio interview last week http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p025l788
  3. Hi all I'm looking at obtaining local support from a Worcester based company but they only support local charities. The numbers they raise are amazing and I know they will be on side if I persuade them to consider UKST as a "local" charity. I've already told their CEO I will get this done and I will get their support - somehow.... To start - if there is anyone from the Worcester / Hereford area that has / have been affected by Sepsis - in any way, then please please please leave a note here or - drop me a mail with you details. If you are not from there then maybe you know affected people that are? The info will only go as far as you allow - but I need a local angle and that could be you or someone you know (no matter how tenuous!) - they are a BIG charity supporter and a BIG employer in the area. I will get them even if I have just a few links to those 'shires We will make a difference Post here - or mail sepsistrust@aol.com Thanks in advance
  4. Well From recent experience, the BBC (and other networks no doubt) are a little protective of their radio and TV interviews and prefer not to allow their material to be recorded, edited or shared on public sites - like this one! Even though the material is fundamentally Public Domain - and we give those interviews freely just to raise awareness - it is impossible to preserve and publicise these amazing and critical Sepsis information "soundbites" to the wider public, on a permanent basis. This has to change... The "Listening Project" on Radio 4,offers an opportunity for anyone to "have a conversation" on ANY subject and share their message. Now there's a challenge A conversation between two people who are Sepsis aware? A conversation between two people who want to share their story? A conversation between two people who want to raise Sepsis awareness? Now that is an oppoprtunity ... OK - If you want to learn more and possibly help on this Forum project tand have a "conversation", more information is available here. If you want to help mend Sepsis now - post a reply here to register your interest - no obligation - and we will contact all to discuss how you can help and keep Sepsis Awareness in the media for longer than the default "listen again - for 5 days only ..." We have two volunteers already - join the campaign and lets make sure we have "Sepsis" on their conversation list
  5. What a privilege to have been part of the team from CAN young peoples team to take on the challenge to cross the Yorkshire Moors to raise funds for the Sepsis Trust UK. The challenge was successfully completed. The walkers set off at 6.00am on Saturday. Crossing the moors took 18 hrs. 30mins. I arrived back home at 6.00 am Sunday. Those walking the moors were Brian McDairmid, Gurnham Singh, John Parkinson and Alison Mills the Manager of the CAN young peoples team. I was in the support vehicle with Pat who is Alison's partner. This was quite a challenge and required a great deal of physical and mental effort. Along the way they were met with all conditions and on arrival at a couple of checkpoints they were soaked through. In addition, they completed the last seven miles in darkness. Being on the moors at night is scary - and that was just in the support vehicle!! Lol. Seriously though witnessing such drive and determination to reach a goal was so inspiring and encouraging. I'm glad I made the effort to take part, what an experience. Well done everyone. www.justgiving.com/Team-DaveCarson
  6. Today I am putting final touches to my talk. I have been invited to be guest speaker at an event in the Guildhall London. I will be giving a talk to a group of police officers on overcoming adversity. I also hope to raise awareness of Sepsis.
×
×
  • Create New...