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We are delivering some of our events with an option of attending in person in accordance with current government guidance.

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 a 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. Click to find out more and to register.
22 September 2021


This hybrid conference will explore the current challenges and treatment opportunities for Gram-negative infections. We encourage you to register for either in-person or virtual attendance and submit your abstracts for consideration for poster presentation.
14 October 2021

Hybrid conference, online and in person at Royal College of Physicians, London

If you missed the live event, you can still register to view the recorded content from our fully virtual 2-day Spring Conference, held 29-30 April 2021 by clicking here. You can also access the posters and exhibition. This conference is CPD accredited and will be available until 27 October 2021. If you have already registered, you can access the recorded content using the link you were sent to confirm your place. For any queries, please contact Esme Carruthers at
27 October 2021

Recorded Conference

Further details including registration information will follow. Save the date and register your interest by emailing Esme Carruthers at
2 November 2021

Hybrid conference, online and in person at Royal College of Physicians, London

This two-day hybrid conference will mark the end of our 50th Anniversary Year and will combine content from our achievements in AST and Resistance Surveillance along with what is to come in AMR. All accepted abstracts will be published in in JAC-Antimicrobial Resistance, further details will follow. Register your interest by emailing
9 December 2021

Hybrid conference, online and in person at QEII Conference Centre, London

The BSAC will be holding two in-person ARM Workshops for Researchers in 2022, 12-13 May and 24-25 November. Programme and registration details will follow shortly, if you would like to register your interest, please email
12 May 2022

BCEC, Birmingham, UK

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