Registration now open
June 11–12, 2018
Sepsis through the continuum of care.
Who should attend?
The Pacific Northwest Sepsis Conference is a two-day conference with a 1 or 2-day attendance option that will explore sepsis through the continuum of care. Speakers include local, national, and international sepsis experts. We will explore sepsis in different populations including adults, children, immunosuppressed patients, infants, the elderly, and others. We will examine the updated international guidelines of care and science behind these evidence-based recommendations and will also address the current CMS guidelines and how they are applied in sepsis care. Additional sessions include exploring novel therapies in sepsis, physical exam in sepsis care, and teamwork and systems approaches to improving sepsis care. Breakout sessions will use expert panels to offer an in-depth look at data, quality, and performance improvement in sepsis, cutting-edge clinical topics in sepsis care, and pediatric sepsis. Additional sessions featuring multidisciplinary care providers include challenging case studies of sepsis and great debates in sepsis care. Our audience will learn to be more effective team members and sepsis champions in their hospitals.
2018 Conference Information
Kane Hall is on the University of Washington Campus which is in the “University District” northeast of downtown Seattle.”
Parking on Campus
Parking is suggested in the Central Plaza Garage and is $15 per day. The entrance to the Central Plaza Garage is on 15th Ave NE and NE 41ststreet. The Central Plaza Garage is directly under Kane Hall.
Upon arrival to campus:
Stop at a campus gatehouse and advise the Parking Specialist where you are going on campus (Kane Hall).
A parking permit, with the closest available parking lot, will be printed and given to you to display on your vehicles dashboard as instructed.
Lodging Option, University District:
If you choose to stay close to the conference in the University District, we recommend the following hotels:
Lodging Option, Downtown Hotels:
If you prefer to stay in downtown Seattle there are many options and most downtown hotels will be a 15–20-minute cab or ride service to the venue. There is also a Link Light Rail Station at
University Street and
Westlake that will take you to Husky Stadium in about 15 minutes for $2.50. The venue is a 10-minute walk from the Husky Stadium Station.
Getting around Seattle
We recommend signing up for
Lyft as these services tend to be less expensive than cabs in Seattle.
Seattle Yelow Cab is also an option but likely more expensive than Uber or Lyft. Another option is
Link Light Rail which provides service from Sea-Tac Airport to Husky Stadium with connections downtown.
Things to do in Seattle:
About the Weather:
Lookback: 2017 Conference
The Cure for Sepsis: A Real World Experience
Paul Marik, MD, FCCM, FCCP