A network for health professionals (including doctors, nurses, pharmacists) to exchange lessons learned from judicious antimicrobial use

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The UK Paediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship (UK-PAS) network’s mission is to create a network of health professionals (including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, clinical scientists, managers, commissioners and the public) to exchange lessons learned from judicious antimicrobial use and to conduct local, regional and international projects destined to ensure safe and effective use of antimicrobials in neonates, children and young people and help address the spread of antimicrobial resistance.

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Topic: General AMR focus
Topic: AMR with prime focus on prescribing
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E-Learning

e-Book – Antimicrobial Stewardship: From Principles to Practice

Description of resource [1.1-1.10]
1.1 Web based or e–learning facilitated resource [e.g MOOC]
Source of resource & country of origin
British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, United Kingdom, authorship global
Topic: General AMR focus
Yes
Reusable learning / teaching resource that is downloadable
Yes
Topic: AMR with prime focus on prescribing [5.1-5-6]
5.1 Principles/practice of prudent antibiotic/antimicrobial prescribing
Applicability
6.3 Both high and low resource settings
Available accreditation / certification / credit bearing [10.1- 10.6]
10.6 N/A
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7.3 Self-paced
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8.1 Free

e-Learning for Healthcare: Antimicrobial Resistance and Infections programme

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Guidelines

ASHP Report: Clinical practice guidelines for antimicrobial prophylaxis in surgery

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ECDC Peri-operative antimicrobial prophylaxis

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NICE surgical site infections: prevention and treatment

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SIGN guideline: Antibiotic prophylaxis in surgery

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WHO global guidelines for the prevention of surgical site infection

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UK PAS webinars

2020-07 UK-PAS webinar: Patel & McMaster “rolling out PAS beyond Children’s Hospitals”

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2020-09 UK-PAS webinar: Patrick & Lishman “Antibiotic exposure in early life and risk of childhood asthma”

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2020-10 UK-PAS webinar: Verma “Diagnostic-driven antifungal stewardship in high-risk paediatric patients”

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Common infection pathways: project overview and plan of action

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Projects

Antimicrobial Paediatric Prescribing Summary

Description of resource [1.1-1.10]
1.5 Guidelines/reference guides
Source of resource & country of origin
UK PAS
Topic: General AMR focus
Yes
Reusable learning / teaching resource that is downloadable
Yes
Topic: AMR with prime focus on prescribing [5.1-5-6]
5.4 Guidelines/algorithms of management of syndromes/conditions - empiric or organism specific
Applicability
6.1 High-resource setting
Available accreditation / certification / credit bearing [10.1- 10.6]
10.6 N/A
Anticipated duration [7.1.-7.3]
7.3 Self-paced
Access [8.1-8.2]
8.1 Free

Common infection pathways: project overview and plan of action

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