MJA Webinar – The role of NETs in Sepsis – Online 12:30 Wednesday July 3, 2024

By June 27, 2024Public

Dr Andy Retter

Registration now closed – please contact 07733 330344 for late registration

Join MJA colleagues for an educational webinar on the role of NETs (Neutrophil Extracellular Traps) in Sepsis

Wednesday July 3, 2024, 12:30-13:30 on Zoom (registration below essential)

Session overview:

  • NETosis and its fundamental role in the development of sepsis
  • The burden of sepsis, and the challenges in diagnosis, treatment and patient care (including patient case studies)
  • The future for sepsis detection and treatment, and the need for personalised medicine
  • Could it be sepsis? How to spot sepsis in children and adults

Dr Ron Daniels


Dr Andy Retter is a Specialist in Intensive Care, ECMO and Thrombosis at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. He is also Chief Medical Officer at Volition.

Dr Ron Daniels is an NHS Consultant in Intensive Care, based in Birmingham. He is also the Founder and Joint CEO of UK Sepsis Trust, and Vice President of the Global Sepsis Alliance.

Chair: Shaun Lintern, Chair of the MJA, Health Editor, The Sunday Times

This educational webinar is sponsored by Volition.

The MJA occasionally partners with an external organisation in order to provide educational webinars for MJA members on mutually agreed topics of interest to health and medical journalists.

Find out more on Sepsis and early detection on Volition’s website: https://volition.com/diseases-sepsis/


Sallie Robins

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