Health professionals urged to complete short survey on antimicrobial stewardship training
Practising health professionals interested in antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) education are invited to complete a short survey. It is hoped the results will lead to the creation of an inventory of AMS-related training programmes.
As part of her PhD studies, Naomi Weier is conducting research into AMS-related training programmes across the world.
Ms Weier’s supervisors are Dr Tabish Zaidi and Dr Rahul Patel from the School of Medicine, University of Tasmania, Australia. She is conducting this research in conjunction with: Prof Céline Pulcini from the University of Lorraine, France; Prof Karin Thursky from The University of Melbourne and Doherty Institute, Australia; Dr Thomas Grenholm Tängdén from Uppsala University, Sweden; Prof Dilip Nathwani from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, United Kingdom; Dr Vera Vlahović from University of Rijeka, Croatia; Dr Oliver Dyar from Karolinska Institutet, Sweden; Assoc Prof Bojana Beović from University Medical Centre Ljubljana and University of Ljubljana, Slovenia; and Prof Gabriel Levy Hara from Durand Hospital, Argentina.
- The survey can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PQGLDJR
- The deadline for responses is Monday 14th May, 2018
- All responses are anonymous
- This research has been approved by the University of Tasmania’s Social Sciences Human Research Ethic Committee (Ref No: H0017158)
- For further information, contact Naomi Weier (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr Tabish Zaidi (email@example.com).