This newsletter article is really useful if you have a local newspaper/school paper/community newsletter that you would like to run a story on Kawasaki Disease. Rachael sent this to her local village newsletter and they were more than happy to print the story. The article can be downloaded and emailed directly to your local news […]
Want to start a Kawasaki Conversation at work, with your family, with local shops – your GP surgery? Find our how you can – in our Kawasaki Conversation information pack! TOGETHER we can make a difference!
NHS Improvement Service – Patient Safety Alert – Stage One Warning
This is a patient safety alert issued in May 2016 to all NHS Trusts in England. It asked for action from all providers of NHS funded care to assess and act on risks re failure to recognise acute coronary syndromes in Kawasaki Disease patients.
This fantastic clinical learning resource (see link) has been shared with full consent of the patients family as obtained by the resource developers, ASKSNIFF who together with Dr Damian Roland (@Damian_Roland) have given Societi permission to provide a link here for clinicians visiting our site. Presenting Complaint: A 3 year old boy presents to an emergency department (ED) […]
Kawasaki Disease Myths & Facts – Do you know Kawasaki Disease?
Developed following many ‘Kawasaki Conversations’ with doctors and families who have experienced a Kawasaki Disease diagnosis, it’s clear that there is out dated information in circulation about Kawasaki Disease which we’re keen to help move on.
Why Societi? A Rationale for Co-ordination & Investment
In January 2016 we prepared a document which describes the need for a co-ordinated, higher profile voice for Kawasaki Disease across the UK, so we can improve the outcomes for children experiencing Kawasaki Disease.
UK Kawasaki Disease Infographic – Issues and needs
We have prepared clear summary statement, helped by the inclusion of ‘infographics’ to set out clearly what the current position with regard to Kawasaki Disease is in the UK – and what needs to be done.