As a small part of the strategy to improve outcomes from sepsis in the UK, Dr Ron Daniels, founding director of Survive Sepsis and principle trustee of UK Sepsis Trust, runs an education programme for healthcare practioners to recognise, diagnose and manage the immediate care required by patients to help them survive sepsis infections, http://www.survivesepsis.org/.
The program is currently being re-designed and will be hoping to incorporate human factors elements in to the training. The taught aspect of the course will incorporate a combination of medium-fidelity simulation and more traditional methods.
The course has always been supported by a manual for pre-reading, which, since it is aimed at junior health professionals, has always been written by them. A copy of the proposed manual, written by one of the junior doctors Emma Joynes, can be found here: Human Factors Chapter, SCC Manual 2012.