Healthcare Risk Manager Shares Her Advice After Personally Surviving Sepsis

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Today, on CDC’s Safe Healthcare Blog, Pamela L. Popp, sepsis survivor and healthcare risk manager, shares her advice on how to implement a sepsis initiative.  While finding people who understand her sepsis experience, Popp found a shared passion with other sepsis survivors and advocates to prevent sepsis. Popp shares her advice on how healthcare risk managers can bring more attention to this preventable condition.

Read Popp’s story and additional perspectives on sepsis at: http://blogs.cdc.gov/safehealthcare/category/sepsis/

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