Read up on our previous newsletters and discover our past and ongoing activities.
In this newsletter, we share with you a unique testimonial with Doctors Without Borders (MSF). Furthermore, you will read results of two Global Point Prevalence surveys, conducted amongst a Canadian and Russian network. Finally, we elaborate on our attendance at the ECCMID 2022 and like to point your attention to the first African Antibiotic Treatment Guidelines for adult patients.
In this newsletter, you’ll read about the impact of the Global-PPS on prescribing behaviors. On the one hand, we evaluate the impact of the Global-PPS on local antimicrobial stewardship programmes worldwide. On the other hand, we report on the implementation of a multidisciplinary antimicrobial stewardship programme in a Philippine tertiary care hospital. Furthermore, we share with you an extraordinary testimonial from the DR Congo and Iran. Finally, you will also discover some important achievements from the past year.
In our June 2021 edition, we inform you about our publication that focuses on hospital antibiotic prescribing patterns in adult patients according to the WHO Access, Watch and Reserve classification (AWaRe). This newsletter further provides an update on our real-time feedback reports and a set of tutorial videos that guide you through the data entry process. We also elaborate on our ECCMID 2021 attendance.
In this newsletter, we announce the 2021 webinars in which we, amongst other things, introduce the Global-PPS methodology and discuss protocol updates. Furthermore, you can read about the 2020 CLIMIDSON conference in Nigeria and research on antimicrobial use in Georgian hospitals for a PhD using Global-PPS data.
In our June 2020 newsletter, you can read about our adapted Global-PPS protocol in order to survey COVID-19 patients. Furthermore, we announce the translation of our website to four additional languages, supporting our global expansion. Lastly, we inform you about our scientific publications selection, the establishment of a Global-PPS network in Iran and Global-PPS data being used in a PhD by a Pakistani participant.