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Planting the seeds of sepsis education

A trip to India by RCNi student award winner helped her share infection control knowledge
Child at a training session

A trip to India by RCNi student award winner Katie Dutton gave a chance to share infection control knowledge

In January, I was part of a project group that travelled to Ahmedabad in India to launch a book that aims to help children understand how germs can make you ill.

A Germ’s Journey follows the journey of a germ from a surface to the hands to the stomach. It was created by two professors at De Montfort University (DMU) in Leicester – head of the infectious disease research group Katie Laird and professor of education Sarah Younie.

The book was translated into Gujarati, with

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