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Accuracy, impact and cost-effectiveness of prehospital clinical early warning scores for adults with suspected sepsis

Project title: Accuracy, impact and cost-effectiveness of prehospital clinical early warning scores for adults with suspected sepsis

Call to action: 17/136 17/136 Sepsis

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Steve GoodacreORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-0803-8444

Contractor: The University of Sheffield

Cost: £561,164.40

Co-investigators: Dr Daniel Hind, Dr Gordon Fuller, Dr Jon Dickson, Dr Michael Smyth, Mr Andrew Rosser, Mr Mark Millins, Mr Mike Bradburn, Mrs Cathryn James, Mrs linda Abouzeid, Mrs Lynn Simmons, Ms Janette Turner, Professor Gavin Perkins, Professor Matt Stevenson, Professor Matthew Wilson.

Started: July 2019 | Status: Research in progress

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