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What is the National Clinical Research Network, what are the benefits?

In 2006, the Department of Health set up the National Institute for Health Research to create a world-class health system… Read more »

Public Health England seeks your views

Public Health England have updated the venous leg ulcer guidance for clinicians in primary care. The process involved an initial… Read more »

New UK Standards for Microbiology Investigations (SMIs) out for consul...

The following documents are now out for UK Standards for Microbiology Investigations (SMI) consultation: DEADLINE 22/09/2014 B 9 – Investigation… Read more »

JAC to welcome new Editor-in-Chief

BSAC is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Peter Donnelly as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Antimicrobial… Read more »

NICE public registration facility to observe the committee meeting for...

The public registration facility to observe the committee meeting for Antibiotics for neonatal infection is now open on the NICE… Read more »

Longitude Prize 2014 antibiotics – paper for open review

Shape the antibiotics challenge in this open review To find out more and submit your comments, please click here The… Read more »

Lancet publishes BSAC funded paper on UK & EU funding for antibac...

The British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy is delighted that the article ‘UK and European Union public and charitable funding from… Read more »

NICE is currently recruiting for additional members to join their Qual...

Dear Colleagues, NICE is currently recruiting for additional members to join their Quality Standards Advisory Committees (QSAC) to support delivery… Read more »

Science and Technology Committee publishes inquiry report – Ensu...

The British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy welcomes publication of the Science and Technology Committee Inquiry into Antimicrobial Resistance ‘Ensuring access… Read more »

PM announces launch of Commission on Antibiotic Resistance

  BSAC and Antibiotic Action are delighted to welcome the announcement by the Prime Minister of the launch of a… Read more »

Antibiotics wins the 2014 Longitude Prize!

BSAC is delighted that the topic of antibiotic resistance was selected winning theme for the 2014 Longitude Prize, attracting the £10m prize that was… Read more »

Second Medical Editor required to edit UK Standards for Microbiology I...

Due to the considerable workload a second medical editor is required to edit UK Standards for Microbiology Investigations (SMIs) for… Read more »