SNP make U-turn on sepsis awareness campaign after claiming it wasn't 'necessary'
A national campaign is to be launched to raise awareness of the risks of sepsis after an abrupt U-turn by the SNP.
Last month, the Scottish Government said they didn’t think such a campaign was “necessary at this time”.
But Health Secretary Shona Robison announced one yesterday after a meeting with sepsis awareness charity the Fiona Elizabeth Agnew Trust.
She said: “The Scottish Government have always been committed to raising awareness of the dangers of sepsis and this meeting was an important step in formalising our plans.
“I was delighted to meet FEAT and to discuss next steps. It is... read more
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