Professor Andrew Seaton, Consultant in Infectious Diseases & General Medicine, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Andrew graduated from Aberdeen in 1989 and trained in General Medicine/ infectious diseases in Dundee and Papua New Guinea. He was appointed consultant physician in Glasgow in 2000 and he is an Honorary Professor in the University of Glasgow. He established and leads the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde OPAT service and Antimicrobial Management Team. He Chairs the Scottish Antimicrobial Prescribing Group and is a member of the Scottish Government urgent and unscheduled care virtual capacity / hospital at home expert advisory group. He co-leads the BSAC OPAT initiative and co-produced the BSAC OPAT MOOC on future learn. He has >160 peer reviewed publications.

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