The 2016 sepsis study has successfully reached its first major output today through publication in the British Journal of Anaesthesia of a comparison between two sepsis definitions. You can read the full abstract on the BJA website.
We are incredibly proud that WDDCP has completed registration as a non-profit organisation with the Charity Commission in England and Wales with registration number 1175771. We are also very happy that Miss Maja Kopczynska has joined as a trustee for the organisation after being sepsis study coordinator for the past two years. We hope the recent registration shows our continued commitment to free and open access for research tools and for the WDDCP in particular.
The WDDCP has today moved to a new academic domain at www.WDDCP.ac.uk. You will still be able to visit and email our .com domain until further notice.
The second paper from the 2015 sepsis study has now been published in PLOS ONE. The full article can be read by visiting the PLOS ONE website.
Our collaborative platform has been shortlisted for an NHS Wales Awards in the Student Innovation category! A panel will consider all shortlisted projects in July, followed by announcement of the winner in September 2016. You can read about the other projects here with a comment by Robert Lundin in the most recent 1000 Lives Student and Educator Newsletter.