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 »

STRIPY AWARENESS

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 »

DEADLINE DAY!!

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    

LOOKING FOR YOUR NEXT CHALLENGE???

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/?