Sunday 23rd October saw a huge group of family and friends walking on a beautiful sunny day to remember Michaela Thompson’s mum Margaret who died from sepsis. Michaela wanted to do something to help raise awareness and funds to help FEAT continue its work on awareness and research. Pamela Duncan sent these photos through of the team proudly wearing… Read more »
Sepsis Research News
FEAT Supporter, Gillian Chalmers, held a card party in aid of FEAT on Friday night and raised a whopping £170!! Thanks so much for your support Gillian. Along with raising sepsis awareness, she sold our stripy socks, pin badges, xmas cards and a great time was had by all! If anyone else wishes to host… Read more »
Our friends at NHS 24 held an awareness day recently to mark #WSD16. They really entered into the spirit of #sockittosepsis and everyone looked fab in their socks and t-shirts! Thanks to you all for your support and for raising a wee bit of money to help us fund some more leaflets!
At our World Sepsis Day 2016 reception last night, Dr Colin Begg, FEAT Medical Committee Chair, announced the opening of our next round of FEATURES Awards, small grant funding programme. Closing date for applications 28th February 2017. See our FEATURES Award page for application form and further details.
FEAT SUPPORTERS Graeme Brown and Maggie Hancock set up a stall at the Langbank Gala Day on Saturday and through selling home baking and produce together with some socks and pin badges and a tombola, managed to raise over £300 for FEAT!!! Thanks must also be given to the local Starbucks for providing coffee, mugs… Read more »
Staff at the Western Isles Hospital, Stornoway and community hospitals at Uist, Barra and St Brendan’s joined together for a Sepsis awareness event on 6th September. They held hourly presentations throughout the day, increasing staff knowledge and management of sepsis. They also found time to have some fun with a quiz and cake sale and… Read more »