FEAT celebrates launch of Scotland-wide Sepsis campaign

Today marks the start of a Scotland-wide campaign to raise public awareness of the signs and symptoms of sepsis, through a successful partnership between FEAT and the Scottish Government. This national campaign, which FEAT have been delighted to help finance, will hopefully significantly raise public awareness of sepsis throughout the length and breadth of Scotland… Read more »

Glasgow Kiltwalk – 29th April

Is anyone free on Sunday 29th April 2018 to join us at the Glasgow Kiltwalk? There are 3 different walks to choose from the “Wee Wander”, the “Big Stroll” or the “Mighty Stride” . Please sign up today: http://www.thekiltwalk.co.uk/events/glasgow-2018 and remember to choose FEAT as your chosen charity and we will receive 140% of all… Read more »

Glow in the Dark Party – 7th April

Glow for Sepsis Charity Disco – Get Ready and Let’s Glow When the sun goes down on Sat night Your attend a charity disco that’s sure to be bright! Dress to impress: glow sticks, neon face paint, nail polish, fluorescent bands, neon tops! £5.00 per Ticket Let’s raise funds for Sepsis Charity Let’s Glow Crazy… Read more »

FEAT Trustees meet Health Secretary

FEAT Trustees met with Heath Secretary, Shona Robison today to discuss a National sepsis awareness campaign. Please read below Press Release issued this afternoon. ——————- Sepsis awareness Health Secretary launches new campaign. A new Scotland-wide awareness-raising campaign on the dangers of sepsis has been announced by Health Secretary Shona Robison. Health Secretary Shona Robison made… Read more »

FEATURES Awards 2018 applications are OPEN…..

FEAT is once again delighted to announce that we have opened the latest round of applications for our FEATURES Awards made possible purely through donations and fundraising by members of the public. Applications should be submitted by 28th February 2018. For further information see our FEATURES Award page #stopsepsisnow #sockittosepsis #SAM2017

FEATURES AWARDS 2017 Winners Announced

Dr Colin Begg, FEAT Medical Committee Lead, has today announced the winners of the 2017 FEATURES Awards, fully funded by fundraising and donations from members of the public, thank you all so much! The first of this year’s awards goes to Dr Brad Spiller, Prof Tim Walsh and their PhD student Uzma Basit Khan at… Read more »