FEAT to meet Cabinet Secretary!!

Wow what a start to Sepsis Awareness Month….loads of publicity and now invite to a meeting with the Cabinet Secretary on 27 September. A positive step forward – watch this space. FEAT’s Chairman, Craig Stobo comments “sterling work by all, particularly Jim Robertson and Fiona Stalker. Thank you everyone for your continuing support. Keep well”… Read more »

Personal Note from FEAT’s lead Medic….

A personal message on #sepsis from our lead medic, Dr Colin Begg. #stopsepsisnow “Twenty years ago today, my wee cousin, student buddy, and all-round cool dudette, Lorna Mackay, died of fulminant meningococcal sepsis. She was 4 weeks short of her 19th birthday. We didn’t have such hip phrases back in the 90s, but she was… Read more »


Bravely helping us raise awareness on Monday were Sarah Burgess, her sisters, Nicola Chamberlain, Lisa Barnard and family at the funeral of their father Graham Chamberlain (28.11.29 – 11.02.17) who sadly died from sepsis. Thank you all so much for supporting “sock it to sepsis” on such a sad day and sharing these photos with… Read more »


The final day for receipt of applications for the FEATURES Awards is today!! Don’t forget to get your completed forms sent through for consideration by our Clinical Team features2017@featuk.org.uk #stopsepsisnow GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!!

FEAT earns whilst you shop!!

FEAT is delighted to announce, we’ve teamed up with Give As You Live, a shopping and price comparison website and a percentage of every purchase is donated to FEAT. You can use the link below to see how it works. #stopsepsisnow www.everyclick.com/feat    


We need your help!! To enable us to maintain our awareness and research funding programme, we need FEATers to help us. Here’s a great link for some inspiration and tips on sporting events http://www.greatrun.org/?