Antimicrobial resistance: Turn the Tide
This e-Learning module is an innovative video for medical officers, nurses, nurse practitioners and pharmacists employed by NSW Health working in hospital and community settings. The video focuses on the health care worker’s role in improving appropriate use of antimicrobials and emphasises a team approach to antimicrobial stewardship.
It includes a moving patient story illustrating the impact of antimicrobial resistance on a patient’s quality of life. It also includes interviews with a range of hospital staff members who share their experience, answer questions about what antimicrobial stewardship is and why it is so important, and they describe how all staff can help improve the way antibiotics are used in hospitals.
Available on My Health Learning (course code: 137891572).
Antibiotics In-service for Nursing Staff
This in-service provides basic education around the principles of antibiotic medicines and the roles of different healthcare professionals in improving antibiotic use in our hospitals. It is suitable for nurses at all levels of training and experience, and may be delivered by pharmacists, doctors or clinical nurse educators.
- Antibiotics in-service for Nursing Staff PPT ~3.9MB