Below you will find links to our on demand events and webinars.

Access each meeting to view presentations and resources

You can still register to view the recorded content from this series of AST Hot Topic webinars which ran January-April 2024. This series covered all aspects of antimicrobial susceptibility testing and the latest developments within susceptibility testing and resistance detection.
9 April 2024

Online

UK Paediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship (UK-PAS) Webinar on Medical Device (MD) Derived Pharmacokinetic (PK) Parameters for Vancomycin (MD-PK) – An insight into a novel methodology and preliminary feasibility study findings. Robert Oakley, Senior Pharmacist, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Anne Smits, Neonatologist & Zoë Vander Elst, UZ Leuven University Hospital presented. To view the recording and find out more about UK-PAS please visit https://uk-pas.co.uk/
20 March 2024

Online

UK Paediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship (UK-PAS) Webinar, 21st February, 1700-1800hrs GMT: Staphylococcus aureus Network Adaptive Platform trial in Paediatric and Youth (SNAP-PY). Jim Hatcher, Consultant in infectious diseases & medical microbiology, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Anna Goodman, Consultant and Professor in Infectious Diseases at Guy's and St Thomas presented. To view the recording and find out more about UK-PAS please visit https://uk-pas.co.uk/
21 February 2024

Online

This virtual conference was jointly organised by GARDP and BSAC. For ACC2024, the collaborating organisations were the European Clinical Research Alliance on Infectious Diseases (Ecraid) and the Netherlands Antibiotic Development Platform (NADP). This conference is Royal College of Pathologists CPD accredited (8 credits). To view the programme and recordings, please click here.
7 February 2024

Online

UK Paediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship (UK-PAS) Webinar, 17th January, 1700-1800hrs GMT: Optimizing Paediatric Healthcare: How we develop our antimicrobial stewardship program. Daniele Donà, Assistant Professor, Division of Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Department of Women's and Children's Health, University of Padua and Elisa Barbieri, Postdoctoral Researcher, Division of Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Department of Women's and Children's Health, University of Padua presented. To view the recording and find out more about UK-PAS please visit https://uk-pas.co.uk/
17 January 2024

Online

Our ARM 2023 workshop was held in Birmingham, 12-13 December. Click here to view the programme and posters.
12 December 2023

In-person, Birmingham UK

Our 2-day Winter Conference was held 30 November - 1 December in London and online. You can still register to view the recorded content from this hybrid conference. If you have already registered, please use the login information you were sent on registration to access the recorded content. This conference is RCPath CPD accredited. For programme and registration details please click here.
30 November 2023

QEII Conference Centre, London & online

You can still register to view the recorded content from this hybrid conference. If you have already registered, please use the login information you were sent on registration to access the recorded content. This conference is RCPath CPD accredited. For programme and registration details please click here.
9 November 2023

Royal College of Physicians London & online

This exciting conference webinar explores the current challenges and treatment opportunities for Gram-negative infections. The recorded presentations are now available to view on demand.
4 October 2023

Online

Our 2023 regional workshops were held in 5 locations: Glasgow (9 June), Birmingham (23 June), Belfast (7 July), London (8 September) and Bristol (21 September). You can view the slide sets from this series in the workshop archive.
21 September 2023

In-person, various locations

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