In depth reviews of 'hot topics' in infectious disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment through case based learning

Each ‘hot topic’ in this clinical case series will comprise of a Webinar offering an introductory presentation supported by between 3-6 clinical case presentations and lively panel discussion. The content and essence of each webinar and panel discussion will be translated into a short, open access multi-media online e-learning course.

Healthcare practitioner and allied stakeholders will have the opportunity to engage, share their experience, consolidate their learning, improve their practice, increase effective antimicrobial prescribing and improve outcomes for patients.

All webinars and e-learning courses will be open access, CPD accredited and available globally.

Sponsorship for sponsorship opportunities or to propose a topic for inclusion please contact Tracey Guise, CEO

If you would like to attend, please register your interest by emailing Esme Carruthers, Event Manager

Webinars

Please register to attend any or all of the webinars below. Registration will open as soon as webinar programmes are finalised.

Antimicrobial stewardship in the management of COVID-19 to reduce the impact on antimicrobial resistance

23 June 2021, 1630-1800hrs UK time. Registration will open shortly

Haemato-oncology Bacterial Infections

7 July 2021, 1630-1800hrs UK time. Registration will open shortly

Diagnostic driven strategies for Gram-negative treatment

Coming soon

Complex Urinary Tract Infections

Coming soon

Management of the diabetic foot

Coming soon

Hospital acquired and ventilator associated pneumonia

Coming soon

Intra-abdominal infections

Coming soon

Treatment of systemic fungal infections

Coming soon

Bone and joint infections

Coming soon

E-Learning

Open access, multi-media e-learning courses will open for registration within six weeks of each webinar. Details will be published here as soon as available.

E-Learning

Open access, multi-media e-learning courses will open for registration within six weeks of each webinar. Details will be published here as soon as available.


Supported by unrestricted educational grant from Pfizer and Shionogi.

Developed by: The British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC)
53 Regent Place, Birmingham, UK. Registered Charity 1093118. Registered as a company limited by guarantee in England & Wales No: 4443910

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