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Third National Students AMR Conference

16 November 2019, Aston University, Birmingham

We are excited to announce the third multidisciplinary National Students’ Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Conference taking place on 16th November as part of World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2019, hosted by Public Health England in collaboration with Aston University.

Following the successful delivery of the first two multidisciplinary student conferences in 2017 and 2018, the national student conference on AMR returns for the third 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. 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.

Previous conferences registered a large turnout of students from universities across the UK. It also offered an exciting opportunity for students to engage and interact with experts on AMR in a One-Health approach.

The 2019 conference has even more to offer! There will be opportunities for students across disciplines to submit abstracts for flash presentations and to submit interest for poster presentations. Submissions are welcome from students at any level of study.

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.

 

NSAMRC 2019 Presentations

 

Dr Diane Ashiru-Oredope
Lead Pharmacist, AMR & HCAI Division, Public Health England
Where are we with tackling AMR in the UK and worldwide – Human Health perspective

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James Russell
Junior Vice President, British Veterinary Association
Where are we with tackling AMR in the UK and worldwide – Animal Health perspective

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Professor Liz Sockett
Professor of Bacterial Genetics, University of Nottingham
Innovative problems solving in Antimicrobial Resistance – Exploring predatory Bdellovibrio bacteria as novel antimicrobials

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Dr Lucie Byrne-Davis
Health Psychologist, Division of Medical Education, University of Manchester
Using behaviour change techniques to improve AMS in Ghana and Uganda (Antimicrobial Resistance case study)

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Dr Anna Hunt
Consultant in Dental Public Health, Public Health England
AMR and Dentistry – Why do we care?

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Panel Discussion
Why am I worried about AMR? Nursing, Veterinary and Medical cases
Panellist: Rakhi Aggarwal – Pharmacist, Senior Prescribing Advisor, NHS Birmingham and Solihull CCG, Dr Stephen Banham – GP and Partner, Selcroft Medical Practice. Member of Birmingham Antibiotic Advisory Group, Fiona Reakes-Wells – Advanced Clinical Practice Nurse, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, James Russell – Junior Vice President, British Veterinary Association, Chioma Achi – 3rd year PhD Student, Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge, Jaspreet Dhanda – Final Year Biological Science, Aston University

 

Dr Bryan Deane
New Medicines & Data Policy Director, Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
Antimicrobial Resistance: A Pharmaceutical Industry Approach

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Rabia Ahmed
Pharmacist, Programme Director OSPAP, Aston University
Communication and Health Literacy Workshop

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Aoife Hendrick
CPhO’s Clinical Fellow, Public Health England
James Russell
Junior Vice President, British Veterinary Association
Human & Animal Health Case Scenarios Workshop

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Student Presentations
This year we asked students who submitted abstracts and posters, if they would like to be considered for an oral presentation. We assessed the applications and selected the following six. You can see their presentations and posters here.

 

Kenny Malpartida-Cardenas
Rapid artemisinin-resistance detection using a cmos lab-on-chip platform.

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Gayathri Janardanan
Understanding Antibiotic Prescribing Behaviour in Primary Care: A Qualitative Study

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Kudzai Hwengwere
Investigation into Indirect Antibiotic Resistance in Co-cultures of Klebsiella pneumoniae and Escherichia coli

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Olivia Knowles
Assessing Broad-Spectrum Antibiotic Prescribing in a Primary Care Setting

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Ayesha Ahmed & Kane Thomas
Is Digital Technology An Effective Tool In Improving Patient Compliance to Tuberculosis Treatment? A Narrative Review of Current Evidence

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J C Ganacias
Successful elimination of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms with a novel bacteriophage

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