BSAC Spring Conference 2020

Into Clinical Practice
- Bridging the gap between science, policy and effective antimicrobial use

A global overview of drug development and effective use through diagnostics, stewardship and shared learning

16-17 March 2020

Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, Westminster, London

BSAC Spring Conference 2016: Start Smart Then Focus! Infection challenges and better outcomes: Is better implementation the missing link?

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The UK 5-year AMR Strategy – a brief overview

Dr Berit Muller-Pebody

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The Antimicrobial Managment Team [AMT] view

Dr Philip Howard

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The prescriber view

Dr Thomas Johnston

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How can improvement science contribute to the AMR agenda in the “real world setting”: instructive studies illustrating helpful tips for the busy practitioner?

Professor Nick Sevdalis

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Improvement science: Adapting your strategy to ensure success

Dr Mike Cooper

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Matching Michigan: Lessons in reducing central line infections in the Intensive Care Unit

Dr Carolyn Tarrant

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Clinical Practice as behaviour: How can we use this concept to improve sepsis care?

Dr Fabiana Lorencatto

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Amikacin to achieve clinical cure in adults with gram negative infections. Are therapeutic levels associated with effectiveness and adverse effects?

Dr Abi Jenkins

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Development of an antimicrobial stewardship plan in regional medication chart for use with adult patients in an acute setting with separate antimicrobial section

Dr Caroline Mallon

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Carbapenemase producing enterobactericeae screening: assessing local knowledge to a global threat

Dr Georgina Beckley

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Rapid phenotypic susceptibility testing of bacteria: SLIC by name and slick by nature

Mr Robert J H Hammond

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The GOTARGET Study: An evaluation of the TARGET (Treat Antibiotics Responsibly; Guidance, Education, Tools) Antibiotics Toolkit to improve antimicrobial stewardship in primary care using the Normalisation Process Theory

Ms Leah Jones

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THE GARROD LECTURE – The role of the epidemiologist in antimicrobial chemotherapy

Professor John McGowan

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CLOSING DEBATE: Surviving Sepsis and stewardship – a double edged sword?

Question: Start Smart then Focus – are these hopelessly competing objectives?
For: Dr David Jenkins, Consultant Medical Microbiologist, University Hospitals Leicester, Leicester
Against: Professor Alasdair McGowan, Professor of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobial Therapeutics, Southmead
Hospital, Bristol

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