Working with the WHO
The GSA is working closely with the World Health Organization in the worldwide fight against sepsis.
Resolution on Sepsis
In May 2017, the World Health Assembly and the World Health Organization made sepsis a global health priority, by adopting a resolution to improve, prevent, diagnose, and manage sepsis. In collaboration with the GSA, the resolution was proposed by the German Ministry of Health and supported by Australia, Austria, Colombia, Costa Rica, Estonia, Ireland, Jamaica, Japan, Luxemburg, the Russian Federation, and Switzerland.
On the occasion, the GSA hosted the WHA Side Event on Sepsis, where Dr. Margaret Chan, then Director-General of the WHO gave some context on the resolution, embedded below. Learn more about the resolution on sepsis.
World Sepsis Congress Spotlight: Maternal and Neonatal SepsiS - A Free ONLine Congress by WHO and GSA
On September 12th, 2017, on the eve of the sixth World Sepsis Day on September 13th, the WHO and GSA joined forces to host the first ever WSC Spotlight, a satellite congress of the 1st World Sepsis Congress in 2016, shining a spotlight on a neglected aspect of sepsis, which was maternal and neonatal sepsis this year. The opening remarks by Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the WHO, are embedded below.
For more information, please visit the congress website or get in touch.
The WHO is looking for a consultant on sepsis. Full job description.