Into clinical practice:

Meeting the challenges of Gram-negative infection management

14 October 2021

Hybrid Conference, Online and In Person at Royal College of Physicians, London

Welcome to this hybrid conference which will explore the current challenges and treatment opportunities for Gram-negative infections. Delegates will, through plenary lectures, learn about resistance mechanisms, clinical presentations of Gram-negatives and the latest in research and development.

We encourage you to register for either in-person or virtual attendance and submit your abstracts for consideration for poster presentation. Further details below.

The COVID Secure Guidelines for the Royal College of Physicians, London can be accessed here.

Programme

0845
Registration and refreshments
0930
Opening remarks

SESSION ONE: Overview of the gram negative infections landscape
0935
What’s left in the cupboard? Older antimicrobials for treating gonorrhoea
0950
Controversies with EUCAST: the impact of guidance on MDT practices
1005
Exotic and imported infections: Burkholderia pseudomallei
1020
NICE funding models - what do we want next for delinkage?
1035
Q&A

1055
REFRESHMENTS & POSTERS

SESSION TWO: SUPPORTED SESSION - SHIONOGI
1125 - 1140
tbc
1155
Q&A

SESSION THREE: A One Health view on Antimicrobial Resistance
1205
Veterinary approaches to antimicrobial use and stewardship
1220
Measuring antimicrobials in the environment – how much is too much
1235
Protecting the environment through legislation
1250
Q&A

1305
LUNCH & POSTERS

SESSION FOUR: SUPPORTED SESSION - PFIZER
1400 - 1455
tbc
1430
Q&A

SESSION FIVE: What lesson have we learnt on AMR?
1440
What has been the impact of COVID-19 on Gram-negative resistance?
1455
Reducing prescribing
1510
Debate - stewardship in the era of COVID-19
All speakers

1545
Closing remarks

Registration

You can register to attend this conference either in-person or virtually. Please select your preferred option during the registration process.

For any questions regarding registration, please contact Esme Carruthers.

BSAC Members  £40  -  Register >

Non-members  £65  -  Register >

Commercial  £200  -  Register >

Student & LMIC concessions  £25  -  Register >

Abstract Submission

Please submit your abstract(s) using the online submission form for consideration for POSTER presentation at the conference.
The deadline for abstract submission is 1200hrs UK time on Friday 17 September 2021.

Please note our Conditions of Submission:

  1. The presenting author must register for the conference.
  2. Abstracts must be submitted by 1200hrs UK time on Friday 17 September 2021.
  3. The first author should ideally be the presenting author. All correspondence will be sent to the lead author.
  4. If selected for poster presentation authors are required to submit their poster in pdf format prior to the conference.
  5. Accepted posters will be uploaded to the virtual platform and a printed poster (2 metre x 1 metre MAX portrait) will be required for the in-person event.
  6. All abstracts need to be submitted using the online submission form.

Format of Abstracts:
Abstract should be no longer than 500 words and contain:

  • an initial statement of specific objectives of the study, unless this is given in the title;
  • a brief statement of methods;
  • a summary of the results obtained;
  • specific conclusions.

For any queries regarding abstract submissions, please contact Esme Carruthers.

    Lead Author Name
    Lead Author Contact Email
    Role and Organisation
    Presentation Preference (please select)
    Abstract Title
    Author Names and Organisations
    Structured Abstract (maximum word count 400 including graphs)
    Supporting documents

    Sponsors

    There are various sponsorship opportunities available at this conference, please contact Debbie Cockayne for further details.

    Royal College of Physicians London

    11 St Andrews Place, London NW1 4LE
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