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Table 2 Participants’ Estimation of the Likelihood of Sepsis-Related Outcomes, Rated from 1 (‘Not likely at all’) to 5 (‘Most likely’), (N =13)

From: On prioritising global health’s triple crisis of sepsis, COVID-19 and antimicrobial resistance: a mixed-methods study from Malawi

Stakeholder Group Outcome Likelihood of Outcome (Mode)
MOH Demand evidence on sepsis 4
Organise training workshops on sepsis for health workers 4
Put sepsis as the indicator of the quality of the health system 5
Central hospitals & CSO (health worker unions) Participate in training workshops on sepsis 5
Accurately diagnose and report sepsis 4
Recognition of sepsis as a priority disease 4
Ethics committees & Regulatory bodies Give permissions for clinical audit of patient records for quality improvement 5
More multi-disciplinary clinical research on sepsis 4
Recognition of sepsis as a priority disease 5
Research organisations Supply evidence on sepsis 5
Implement policy engagement activities on sepsis 4
Organise conference tracks on sepsis 4
Training institutions Agree on a definition of sepsis 5
Teach how to accurately diagnose and report sepsis 4
Future health workers recognise sepsis as a priority disease 4
International funders Convene stakeholders’ meetings on sepsis 4
Put out calls for proposals around sepsis 3
Put sepsis on international donors' agenda 3
Media Disseminate evidence on sepsis 3
Implement public engagement activities on sepsis 3
Commemorate World Sepsis Day 2
Health workers Participate in training workshops on sepsis 5
Accurately diagnose and report sepsis 4
Recognition of sepsis as a priority disease 4