New feature: the outpatient module

We’re introducing to you the outpatient module! This new addition to the Global-PPS web-based tool offers a trustworthy way to collect antimicrobial use data in outpatients, in low, middle and high income countries. It supports real-time data collection and provides extensive, high quality information.


A Collaborative Effort in Antimicrobial Stewardship – Interview with Dr. Herberth Maldonado

We interviewed Dr. Herberth Maldonado from Guatemala, who has made great efforts in combatting antimicrobial resistance in his country. He shares his insights and experiences with Global-PPS, what challenges he faces and his hopes for the future.

Update on Nigerian Global-PPS network

Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), a tertiary care hospital in Nigeria, is a loyal member in the Global-PPS network with annual multiple participations since 2015. They have been using the Global-PPS data to create a hospital stewardship program and in August 2018, the Nigerian working group on AMS was established.

drive-AMS builds on the Global-PPS platform

Launched almost one year ago, the drive-AMS project is gaining significant traction. The project aims to implement antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) programmes in healthcare facilities as an important contribution to the fight against antibiotic resistance.


Data entry


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Antimicrobial stewardship

Antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) is essential for improving antimicrobial resistance worldwide. drive-AMS is a project that aims to drive forward AMS and stems from a powerful synergy between Radboudumc and the University of Antwerp’s Global-PPS.

Local actions around the world

Pays participant ou inscrits au Global-PPS

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