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Antibiotic workshop 2012


Topic Antibiotic workshop 2012
Course Type Workshop
Content
Please refer to Programme Outline
REGISTRATION FORM
Registration Fee:
Free of Charge
* Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) points applied.
Deadline for Registration: 1 September 2012 (Sat)
Date 27 September 2012 - 28 September 2012
Venue Lecture Hall, 7/F, Block H, Princess Margaret Hospital, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon
Organizer Department of Medicine & Geriatrics, Princess Margaret Hospital / Hospital Authority Infectious Disease Centre at Princess Margaret Hospital / Infectious Disease Control Training Centre, Hospital Authority and The Hong Kong Society for Infectious Diseases
Target Group Healthcare professionals practicing in the field of Medicine and Geriatrics, Family Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Pharmacy, etc.
Speakers
Topic
Speakers
Symposium 1 (27th Sep am)
World Health Day 2011- Antimicrobial resistance
Dr SETO Wing-hong
Health and economic consequence of antibiotic resistance Prof Barry COOKSON
MRSA, VRE: Where we have been and where we are going?
Prof Barry COOKSON
Ultimate superbug : Carbapenem Resistant Gram negatives Dr Kristine LUK
 
Clostridium Difficile: What’s new, What’s hot? Dr Tommy TANG
Symposium 2 (27th Sep pm)
Why, how to measure and audit antimicrobial Stewardship? Prof Sara COSGROVE
Assessment of outcomes in Antimicrobial Stewardship: interrupted
time series, and correlation of aggregate and patient level data
Dr David LYE
Quality and clinical indicators in Antimicrobial Stewardship
Programme
Prof Dilip NATHWANI
How can computerised decision systems help stewardship Prof Karin THURSKY
Symposium 3 (28th Sep am)
Global stewardship activity and evidence for the effectiveness of
stewardship interventions
Prof Dilip NATHWANI
Pharmacological optimisation: can it reduce mortality and
resistance?
Dr David LYE
Emerging role of rapid diagnostics and biomarkers in antimicrobial
stewardship
Prof Barry COOKSON
Educational interventions to improve antimicrobial stewardship in
hospitals
Prof Dilip NATHWANI
 
Interactive Clinical vignettes in Prospective Review and Feedback Dr David LYE
Systems and organizational change and leadership in antimicrobial
stewardship programme
Prof Sara COSGROVE
Workshop (28th Sep pm)
ASP in action: cases study Prof Dilip NATHWANI
National approach of ASP in Australia Prof Karin THURSKY

 

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Published at 2012-08-14
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