Antimicrobial Resistance – From Pathogenesis to Patient Care
Antimicrobial Resistance – From Pathogenesis to Patient Care is organized by American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) and will be held on Sep 13, 2019 at St Thomas' Hospital, London, England, United Kingdom.
The target audience is pharmacists and pharmacy trainees providing care to patients with infectious diseases.
ACCP designates this activity for 6.0 CPE hours. Partial credit is not available.
To earn CPE credit for this activity, the participant must attend all 6.0 contact hours of programming, complete the associated program evaluation, and claim credit
To educate and engage pharmacists in applying scientific and clinical evidence to real-world patient cases on the management of antimicrobial resistance to optimize patient care and outcomes.
At the conclusion of the symposium, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the evolution and current understanding of the mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance
• Evaluate effectiveness of antimicrobial therapy for multi-drug resistant gram-positive and gram-negative pathogens
• Recommend management strategies for multi-drug resistant gram-positive and gram-negative infections
• Devise a monitoring plan to assess for efficacy and safety of antimicrobial therapy
• Apply contemporary clinical evidence to optimize health and patient outcomes
St Thomas' Hospital
Governor’s Hall 1st Floor, South Wing, Westminster Bridge Rd, Lambeth, England, London, GB