Back in 2014 I almost died when I contracted an infection that quickly caused sepsis. Through the hard work of the doctors in the intensive care unit (ICU) of Warrington Hospital, they managed to keep me alive and ultimately saved my life. I feel very lucky to be alive and I've often wanted to share my experiences in ICU with others.
I was invited to talk at Cheshire and Merseyside Critical Care Network (CMCCN) "Delirium Implementation of Best Practice Study Day" as a patient advocate to tell me story. Hopefully this will help both doctor's and patients to understand the challenges that ICU patients face both before and after ICU care.
Any questions? Tweet at me: @marclittlemore