Saving lives from sepsis

Saving lives from sepsis: NOT the SCC guidelines with Simon Finfer

Evidence based medicine holds RCT’s, Randomised Control Trials, as the highest level of evidence but they are often poorly constructed and misinterpreted. This talk by world renowned clinical researcher Professor Simon Finfer analyses the common mistakes and failings of RCT’s and describes way that we can do better.


The Podcast

Simon Finfer is a Pom who emigrated to Australia in 1993 to practice full time intensive care medicine. Despite being qualified 37 years and receiving an NHS pension he still works as a bedside clinician and takes night call. He loves his job because he works with fantastic people. He also designs and runs large clinical trials, writes paper, edits books and rides a 2017 Triumph Bonneville T120. He supports West Ham United and the English Cricket, Football and Rugby teams. He lives in Sydney with his wife, sons, two horses, four chickens, 3 ducks and one dog.


The Slides


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