Second National Students AMR Conference

17 November 2018, Kings College, Waterloo, London

Following the successful delivery of the UK’s first ever multidisciplinary student conference on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) last year! The national student conference on AMR returns for the second year. Providing a rare and exciting opportunity for students and young professionals in all areas of healthcare to learn and participate in discussion about this serious global threat.

The conference aims to promote collaboration amongst all health-related fields through a One Health approach. All attendants can look forward to an engaging and interactive day. This event has been designed by students and for students, with talks and workshops delivered by key individuals in this field, in a very dynamic style.

This conference will enable you as healthcare professionals of today and tomorrow, to be equipped with an array of knowledge, interpersonal skills, and an insight into the front line in the battle against AMR.

All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the conference.

Students and newly qualified health-professionals studying Nursing – Medicine – Pharmacy – Dentistry – Veterinary Medicine (and relevant related courses e.g. Diploma in Pharmacy Services Skills, Dental Technology qualifications etc) are invited


The conference is a collaboration between Veterinary Schools Council, Pharmacy Schools Council (PhSC ), the Medical Schools Council (MSC), Dental Schools Council (DSC) and Public Health England with support from Health Education England and the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy


Click here to register 




Click here to download the 2018 programme



Click below to watch some of the presentations at the 2017 conference

Dr Susan Hopkins
Healthcare Epidemiologist Consultant in Infectious Diseases and Microbiology at Public Health England
Chair of the Overview Committee of the English Surveillance Programme for Antimicrobial Utilisation and Resistance (ESPAUR)

Download Presentation


Professor Liz Sockett – Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, University of Nottingham

Download Presentation


Dr Raheelah Ahmad & Esmita Charani, Imperial College London

Download Presentation