Emmanuel Nsutebu is a Consultant Infectious Diseases Physician at the Tropical and Infectious Disease Unit of the Royal Liverpool Hospital. He has also undergone specialist public health training and is a member of the Faculty of Public Health, UK. He runs specialist clinics for infectious diseases, HIV, viral hepatitis, chronic fatigue syndrome and tuberculosis. He co-leads a Joint infectious Disease//Microbiology Consult Service at the Royal Liverpool Hospital. He is the clinical lead for the “Sepsis -Time is Life" project at the Royal Liverpool Hospital. He is also the Advancing Quality clinical co-lead for Sepsis – in the North West of England – a regional sepsis improvement collaborative in England. He has a special interest sepsis, antibiotic stewardship, Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy (OPAT), medical education, patient safety and quality improvement. He is taken up an AQuA fellowship with a focus on patient safety and sepsis improvement. He is focusing on clinical leadership and ways of achieving large scale improvements in patient safety.