Antibiotic Guardian Awards 2020 – Highly Commended and Winners

The winners and highly commended for the 2020 Antibiotic Guardian Awards are listed below. You can find out more about their projects by watching the videos below and the shared-learning page


Highlights of the ceremony

Winners and Commended


Animal Health, Agriculture and Food Supply

Winner – North Park Veterinary Group Ltd

Children and Family

Winner – DRASA (Dr Ameyo Stella Adadevoh) Health Trust

Highly Commended – Pfizer Ltd
Highly Commended – Ducit Blue Foundation

Community Communications

Winner – Healthcare Communications and Social Media South Africa

Highly Commended – PHE East of England and HCAI & AMR Division
Commended – Serufusa Inc.

Diagnostic Stewardship

Winner – NHS Somerset Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – Wirral University Teaching Hospital

Innovation and Technology

Winner – Leicester City CCG

Highly Commended – Nottingham Trent University
Commended – Jamii Medical Awareness (JMA)
Commended – Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Infection Prevention and Control

Winner – Makerere University School of Public Health

Highly Commended – Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Multi-Country Collaboration

Winner – CwPAMS Programme – Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) and Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET)

Highly Commended – European Wound Management Association
Highly Commended – University of Salford
Commended –Makerere University School of Public Health

Prescribing and Stewardship

Winner – Boots UK Ltd

Highly Commended – Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Highly Commended – West Hampshire CCG
Commended – Entebbe Regional Referral Hospital

Public Engagement

Winner – Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

Highly Commended – NHS Leeds CCG
Commended – Spanish Agency of Medicines and Medical Devices (AEMPS)


Winner – University of Leeds

Highly Commended – University College Dublin

Student of the Year

Winners – Daniel Kariuki Waruingi & Chioma Achi

The Das Pillay Antimicrobial Stewardship Award

Winner – Bee Yean Ng

Highly Commended – Balram Rathish

Click here to read the submitted entries from shortlisted organisations

Our thanks to the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy who contributed to the shared learning videos on this webpage and sponsored the Student of the year award