Antimicrobial Resistance elearning Course
- Develop you understanding of the threats posed by antimicrobial resistance.
- Learn how to reduce and control infection spread.
- Developed by the UK’s top clinical specialists.
How You Will Benefit from this Course
This course gives you comprehensive understanding of approaches to reduce the threat posed by antibiotic resistance, including adequate infection prevention and control practices, good antimicrobial stewardship and the use of diagnostics.
The Antimicrobial Resistance course provides you with an overview of the topic and supports you to:
- Discuss why there is such a concern about misuse of antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance.
- List the key risks for development of antimicrobial resistance.
- Identify their role in tackling antimicrobial resistance.
Written by the UK’s Top Clinical Specialists
This online training has been developed in the UK by the Public Health England (PHE), NHS England and NHS Improvement, Care Quality Commission, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and Health Education England elearning for healthcare.
Ensuring this course meets the highest training standards and offers a world-class elearning experience.
Made to Fit Your Busy Life
The engaging, interactive content, that’s delivered online, means you can study at home, in work or even on the move.
Plus, the bitesize modules track your progress, so it’s possible to dip in and out of sessions, and allow you to access them in any order, as frequently as you need.
Making this the perfect course to enhance your knowledge and skills even when you have a busy life.
The Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) elearning course enables health and care professionals around the world to better understand the threats posed by antimicrobial resistance, and the ways they can help to tackle this major health issue.
These high-quality elearning sessions cover a wide range of topics, including the threats to everyday life and modern medicine posed by antimicrobial resistance – where lives could be lost if antibiotics don’t working as they should.
After an introductory module, specific modules cover subjects such as the antimicrobial resistant toolkit, antibiotic review kit (ARK) stewardship for community pharmacist and antimicrobial prescribing for common infections. A number of case studies and film complete the programme.