A day in the life of a Sepsis nurse

Posted on Fri, 25/01/2019 by Jane Flinn

This week we joined Jane Flinn to take a look behind the scenes of the hospital in her role as clinical nurse lead for Sepsis.

Jane works tirelessly to help fight this condition which kills more people than breast and bowel cancer combined.

We created a photo gallery that highlights the work of a unique role within the NHS, showing a different side of some of the people who work here and the environment where they help patients every day.

Shot in black and white to give a slightly different perspective than usual, it includes portraits from across the organisation as well as people going about their usual working day in the NHS.

To find our more about Jane's role click here

To help spot the signs of Sepsis click here

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In emergencies dial 999 / Non-emergencies dial 111

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