A webinar designed to help reduce antibiotic prescribing is to be held this March.
Families across Scotland are being are asked to make a pledge to become “superheroes” in the fight against antibiotic resistance.
The UK-wide Antibiotic Guardian pledge campaign, part of European Antibiotic Awareness Day (EAAD) 2016 asks people to become “Antibiotic Guardians” by agreeing to do one thing to use antibiotics more wisely and safeguard them for future generations.
A groundbreaking new app to help healthcare staff tackle antibiotic resistance has been launched in Scotland.
SAPG lead Dr Jacqui Sneddon has had an article on antimicrobial resistance and UTIs published in Nursing in Practice.
Free educational iBook on antimicrobial stewardship launched.
A free educational workbook developed by SAPG and NHS Education for Scotland to help educate registered nurses and midwives about antimicrobial stewardship has been made available as an iBook.
Details of forthcoming SAPG meetings and events.
Scots are being asked to pledge their support to help protect antibiotics for future generations.
The pledge is part of this year’s European Antibiotic Awareness Day (EAAD) campaign, which takes place on Wednesday 18 November. The campaign asks both the public and healthcare professionals to make a personal pledge to become an “Antibiotic Guardian”, help reduce unnecessary use of antibiotics and raise awareness that antibiotics should not be used for coughs and colds.
Article examines six years of antimicrobial stewardship in Scotland
An article on the progress of antimicrobial stewardship in Scotland written by members of SAPG has been published in the journal Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control (ARIC).
A new report on antibiotic resistance shows that work undertaken by SAPG to improve the quality of antibiotic use is continuing to pay dividends.