Date and time: 18/05/2017 at 09:30
Locality: All (Not restricted).
Address of event: Eden Project, Bodelva, St Austell, Cornwall PL24 2SG
This conference is open to physicians, surgeons, GPs, nurses, pharmacists, veterinarians,
podiatrists, dentists, scientists and public health professionals gathering prominent stakeholders from multiple settings to explore the global health threat of antimicrobial resistance.
This one day conference presents an overview of antimicrobial resistance from a One Health perspective; human, animal and the role of the wider environment. We will discuss our role in the UK strategy, and the wider WHO strategy, to slow antimicrobial resistance.
The Cornwall Antimicrobial Resistance Group invites you to join the conversation.
- Antimicrobial resistance in agriculture - Dr Matthew Avison, Reader in Molecular Bacteriology, University of Bristol. School of Cellular & Molecular Medicine, School of Veterinary Science.
- Antimicrobial resistance in the environment - Dr Anne Leonard, University of Exeter Medical School
- Nurses role in antibiotic stewardship - Dr Enrique Castro Sanchez, Lead Research Nurse HPRU Imperial, London
- Diagnostics to improve antibiotic stewardship - Dr Vicki Chalker, Clinical fellow, Office of the Chief Scientific Officer, Medical Directorate, NHS England
- Alternatives to antibiotics in infection management - Dr Lloyd Czaplewski, Director at Chemical Biology Ventures Limited
- National and local successes in the delivery of the national antimicrobial resistance strategy in human and animal health - Mr Philip Howard, Consultant Pharmacist Leeds, NHS Improvements and Mr Fin Twomey, Head of Animal Public Health, Animal & Plant Health Directorate, Defra
How to book
Please note spaces are limited.
Please note lunch is not provided. Please bring your own lunch or lunch is purchasable on site.