We are pleased to announce our second conference on antimicrobial resistance, infections, deterioration and sepsis.
Date: Wednesday 2 October
Time: 10am – 4.30pm
Venue: Copthorne Hotel Birmingham
The conference will:
- Highlight system interventions to improve the competence and training of the workforce
- Showcase work done on workforce development, education and training
- Raise awareness of and support the uptake of available educational resources
We will showcase our educational interventions developed through the HEE innovation training fund 2018-19, supporting the improvement of outcomes on antimicrobial resistance, infections, deterioration and sepsis.
The education of the workforce on the proper use of antimicrobials and the containment of antimicrobial resistance is of critical importance because of the threats posed to the future of modern medicine.
Healthcare staff also need to be able to effectively recognise and respond to sepsis, a potentially life-threatening condition affecting an estimated 150,000 people per year in the UK and is a significant cause of preventable morbidity and mortality.
We are working to enhance the system awareness of AMR and sepsis learning materials. This builds on the work to embed national competencies into curricula, prescriber training, regional focus groups and questionnaires to understand the issues facing AMR and sepsis training, whilst highlighting areas of good practice.
Agenda *COMING SOON
Who is it for?
Educators from all professional backgrounds involved in undergraduate, foundation, postgraduate, antimicrobial resistance, infection and deterioration (including sepsis) training, including:
- Postgraduate Deans
- Associate Postgraduate Deans
- Training Programme Directors
- Directors of Health Education
- Clinical and Educational Supervisors
- Undergraduate educators
- Antimicrobial Stewardship and Infection Prevention and Control Teams
- Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Health Professionals
- Patient Safety Teams
- Clinical Education Teams
- Programme Leads and Managers