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Antimicrobial Stewardship Toolkit
National AMS Guidance
The AMS Toolkit contains a variety of resources aimed to offer tips and advice to HCPs looking to implement and maintain an AMS programme within the secondary healthcare setting. Hear from Dr Matt Laundy, Consultant Microbiologist, explain how the toolkit could support AMS implementation at your trust.
Leading an AMS programme is a multi-faceted process requiring a coordinated response that engages colleagues and supports their active involvement. The items within this pack are designed to help you and your AMS Champions deliver excellent and consistent patient care through collaboration between all members of the hospital team.
As an AMS Champion you play a key role in engaging with colleagues and supporting their active involvement with Antimicrobial Stewardship. The items within this pack are designed to help AMS Champions develop excellent and consistent patient care through collaboration with all members of the hospital team.
Educational poster/leaflet for nurses to support them in their role in antimicrobial stewardship.
A short summary of things to implement in your department.
A guide for a clinical lead to implement an antimicrobial stewardship programme in their clinical setting. Leading an AMS programme is a multi-faceted process requiring a coordinated response that engages colleagues and supports their active involvement. The items within this pack are designed to help you and your AMS Champions deliver enhanced and consistent patient care through collaboration between all members of the hospital team.
A guide for AMS Champions to implement an antimicrobial stewardship programme in their local clinical setting as directed by the programme lead. Please note this content is suggestive and not directive.
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